--11:47, 18 May 2019 (UTC)
Lady Iorwerth[edit source]
- Iorwerth mentions her during SotE. In the cutscene where he takes the orb of light from Baxtorian Exaldin (talk) 19:20, 22 August 2019 (UTC)
You've been doing a lot of nice stuff. Ever consider joining our Discord server, "The RuneScape Wikis"? Most of us editors are there to help each other out and chat. -- SpineTalk 03:07, 2 September 2019 (UTC)
Thank you. It's nice to be acknowledged for one's work. I didn't quite how to respond, but I'm grateful, that you value the content I provide. I did visit the discord server, but I wasn't quite sure what to do with myself there, but thanks. Exaldin (talk) 17:14, 2 October 2019 (UTC)
Novels + project[edit source]
Much like Postbag from the Hedge issues 22 onwards, the novels aren't considered canon on Old School as they were released after the 2007 backup, though you could always tweet a jmod to see if they consider the books canon or not.
Vote in the Weird Gloop elections![edit source]
Because of your involvement with the wiki, you are eligible to vote on the candidates for the board of Weird Gloop, the company that hosts the RuneScape and Old School RuneScape wikis.
There are 4 candidates for OSRSW and 4 candidates for RSW, and 1 candidate for pt-RSW. If you'd like to influence who represents the voices of these communities inside the company, I strongly encourage you to vote! You are one of only 204 people that meet the requirements, and this is your opportunity to help shape the future of the wikis.
Battles and wars[edit source]
I've closed the discussion for Forum:Battles and wars. Pages can be made for the navbox, if applicable to OSRS. Per Mod Ed, Old School is an alternate take on the same universe as RuneScape, and most of the key events are the same, but there are differences in how they come about, as seen in A Taste of Hope and Song of the Elves. As there are currently no known events that are referenced in game prior to the August 2007 Archive of RuneScape that conflict with established RuneScape lore, they can be considered canon for OSRS. -- SpineTalk 02:22, 16 March 2020 (UTC)
King Lathas and the (now removed) Head mourner[edit source]
We recently decided to change the names of some pages, as you might have seen in Forum:The curious case of the sea slugs. While implementing these changes, I noticed you had added a lot of information to the King Lathas page using Template:CiteNPC, citing the now-removed Head mourner (removed). I wasn't sure if I should remove the citations altogether, change the citation to the new pagename at "Head mourner (removed)", change the citation to Essylt (who replaced the head mourner), or something else. What do you think? BigDiesel2m (talk) 23:06, 25 March 2020 (UTC)