The bandos armour/ fire capeor chaos weapons increase your chances of getting killed and thrown in teams. It can also help you save money when it's time to purchase party caps. The effigies that bosses drop from them (ONLY SOLO'S) will help save you money when you invest them to costly skills like herblore. People with low levels of RuneScape Gold can be trusted to do massive jobs for bosses. They also have the opportunity to get excellent lootshares.
Disadvantages----Takes extremely long to see drops such as a sigil from corp or torva armour from nex and can get frustrating but the effort is well worth it. Once you have more requirements, such as extremes and turmoil, or chaotic weapons, you won't start seeing a lot of drops. It will then be simpler to join teams that are good. Consider whether there are disadvantages or benefits of bossing.
I am at level 129. I started playing RS a month before RS2 was officially announced. Because I was in middle-school in the time of my release, it was very simple (and usually just a few days) to find the opportunity to play RS. I'm a normal child. I had good grades, did my normal sports, and was educated. When you're young there's only the amount of things you can do. I was the first person in my town to have DSL. (I have it to this day have it fuuuu.png). What's wrong in me having my scapes on. My 11-year-old self learned so much about computers from that game.
However, I'm not here to spray nostalgia all over your faces. RS has published a lot of updates that are high-level over the last year: chaos weapons, godwars, nex and godwars corp and all sorts of crap. I don't mind the RuneScape 3 Gold, there are several other games I'm not playing however, if I had the time to play more, I admit I would definitely have them.