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Is a page missing, incomplete, or just not quite right? What're you waiting for? Go forth and edit! Even the smallest, 5-second edit can make the world of difference. If you've never edited a wiki before, it's really easy to do. To learn more check out our editing guides. JWP:GFE
If you edit an entry made by another user and they edit it back to the original, do not make a '3rd edit' to switch it back to your version. Use the 'Article Discussion' page to come to an agreement. JWP:O3ER
The wiki is aimed to be reference guide about the RuneScape game and as such any information added to the wiki should be factual and based upon a reliable and verifiable source such as:
The exception to this is if you wish to make a page that relates to player run activities or groups, is a non-canon creative work, is a statement of opinion on the game or is in any other way related to RuneScape and its community but is not directly verifiable or intended to be part of the reference guide to the game. If you wish to make such a page you are more than welcome to as long as you clearly identify it as a Community Page.
Content which is not relevant to the reference guide or the community will be considered 'spam' and should not be added. JWP:STTF
Everyone makes mistakes. Unless a rule has clearly been broken, assume that an edit was made with the best of intentions, even if you don't agree with it. Remember that the overall meaning of a passage is more important than the fine details of language (which can be easily fixed by anyone). JWP:PGI
The general policy when it comes to images is listed below:
All images and content added to the wiki is covered by the Terms and Conditions, specifically T&Cs quote 2 below.
Following the above policies is vital, as it will make the contributing to the wiki a pleasant and easy way to contribute to the community. To help make the wiki work better and be a more easily used resource for your fellow player you we have a collection of Editing Guidelines. These contain loads of advice for making tidy and informative amendments to the wiki so it is very useful to read these and use them where possible.