I'm not sure whether the statue that is located at The Old Nite still exists however it was located near the southern end of the Wilderness (or "Wildy" as it's known for short) which is a vast expanse of scrubland to the north, frequented by Buy RS Gold beasts and player-killers. I never made the pilgrimage to the site to view it. Stupid me.
RuneScape's biggest flaw, which may also be its largest positive, is a flaw shared by almost every other MMO: its long-lasting nature. Between all the exciting quests and intense PvP battles is the relentless grinding away at mundane chores like mining, fishing, or cooking in order to improve your skills or earn credits to purchase that new, naive equipment or helmet. Gotta make money somehow, right?
Whilst those activities can be mildly therapeutic, it's time to do the same thing over and over - time that might or may actually be more beneficial playing through some shorter but no less traditional video games.
In contrast to being one continuous battle, RuneScape is a painstaking war of attrition that is extremely long and exhausting, and that never really ends. It can also be extremely rewarding if you're willing to invest the time in it, and I was. It was at least for runescape gold cheapest a one or two years.