The God letters were a feature in RuneScape where a player could send a letter through post or e-mail to Jagex, who would pass it on to one of three major gods: Guthix, Saradomin, or Zamorak. These 3 gods would then respond to the letters, much like Postbag from the Hedge. The last issue was released on 9 December 2004.
Saradomin would answer in a polite yet somewhat egotistical manner, though his answers were generally accurate; Zamorak would respond to letters with frequent insults and would belittle players' questions; and Guthix would speak in an unbiased tone, but would occasionally hide things from the players. Guthix would also use old-fashioned dialects with words and phrases not used in modern English.
Before the god letters were discontinued, players often addressed the gods when they wanted to ask general questions or questions about strange phenomena.
The god letters are no longer considered canon.
Letters[edit | edit source]
- Issue 1 - Saradomin Speaks
- Issue 2 - The People Rejoice
- Issue 3 - Ep Three: A New Bone
- Issue 4 - The All-powerful Jellyfish
- Issue 5 - Moody monsters
- Issue 6 - All Hallow's Eve
- Issue 7 - Unisex?
- Issue 8 - Monk bashing
- Issue 9 - Zamorak retaliates!
- Issue 10 - Zamorak does one
- Issue 11 - Zamorak Loves Letters
- Issue 12 - Guthix Manifests
- Issue 13 - Guthix Maintains
- Issue 14 - The Return of Saradomin
- Issue 15 - Zamorak speaks his mind once more
- Issue 16 - Guthix Dispels Rumours
- Issue 17 - Saradomin Speaks Once More
- Issue 18 - Zamorak Rises!
- Issue 19 - Guthix Embraces Change
- Issue 20 - Saradomin Answers Questions
- Issue 21 - Saradomin Illuminates
- Issue 22 - Zamorak Deconstructs
- Issue 23 - Zamorak Considers Some Issues
- Issue 24 - Guthix Ponders
- Issue 25 - Guthix Reiterates
- Issue 26 - Saradomin Preaches
- Issue 27 - Saradomin Enlightens
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Saradomin's appearance in the letters before RuneScape 2 was released
References[edit | edit source]
- Jagex. God Letters. 22 November 2011. “The God Letters were written for fun and the information contained in them is not to be considered canon unless otherwise mentioned.”*
|Mentioned exclusively in the letters|