There has been an admirable push by the community lately to hold jagex accountable for blatant profiteering and gaslighting it's community. Keep it up and please don't be silent about it.
Reddit is not the only medium through which to make yourself heard (Twitter, the RuneScape forums, etc.)
We're coming quickly to a turning point where RuneScape will concede to its player-base desperately trying to find the game they signed up for, or the community will dissipate slowly into other games that maintain the spirit of adventure and fun before highway robbery.
If you are a person that feels like it is a pointless or vein endeavor, I would argue that your apathy towards the subject directly perpetuates their ability to milk the community dry.
Someone in the jagex office thinks that RuneScape is their ticket to a beach house and a spot on Forbes 500.
The micro-transactions that plague this game are becoming as bad as, if not worse than clash of clans and Candy crush. It's an insult to a community who have readily handed over their hard earned money to a game that was (at one point) well worth it.
Keep it up, make yourself heard. Maybe your next comment is the one that causes some loss of sleep for a jagex employee who walks around like a vampire that feeds on the spirit of its player base.
Tl;Dr: Hold jagex accountable loudly and frequently until something changes.
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Rather than treating shudderwock like yogg and showing each individual spell and then it's related animation directly after, shudderwock could take an extra moment to display all relevant battle-cries being reactivated. (which I'm sure is less resource heavy and could still be listed in the play history easily)
Then, proceed to calculate the damage/buffs/board configuration to be handled in a single animation.
That prepares itself while the list of battle-cries being reactivated is on screen giving the opponent ample time to understand exactly why he's getting an icepick lobotomy but still a shot at surviving the animation if it isn't necessarily lethal.