RuneScape:Article of the Month/Stone circle
- Support: 11
- Oppose: 0
- Neutral: 0
Okay, I'll admit it, I'm a sucker for good history articles and this page is no exception. This article is well written, informative, and just the right size (in my opinion).--
07:14, 1 January 2009 (UTC) Support - As nominator.--
07:14, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
Support - Never heard of it before, but by looking at the content and with few edit's made to it, some users did their research. It's a great achievement and offering to our wiki!
10:50, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
Support and comment - I think I've visited pretty much every page on the Wiki over the last couple of years, yet I'd never seen this before, and that's a good enough reason for me to give it a vote, plus the fact that it's informative and nicely structured. Quick question though - Surely there are more than 2 stone circles in Runescape, I'm sure I remember a couple from quests and such, though I'm not totally sure. Khalron 13:47, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
- I'm afraid these are the only remaining ones, the circle near Varrock is involved in the Demon slayer quest, and the one in Taverley is involved in the druid quest
18:51, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
Support - Obviously being a big fan of history, I've updated the page to include information found during While Guthix Sleeps. I think the page is looking pretty good now, and covers most of the details surrounding the subject. Morian Smith 00:47, 5 January 2009 (UTC)
Support - Nice work! I never knew such a simple-seeming object had so much information about it.13:42, 5 January 2009 (UTC)
Support - Well-written and informative.
Support - Same Reason as Khalron
Support - This article is virtually flawless, very detailed, though theres 1 flaw: this fremennik's explorers name varies per player, so this may be improved.--Nantafiria 18:11, 11 January 2009 (UTC)
Support It's too cool not to vote for this month --Degenret01 12:49, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
Support -I love history, even if it is only in a game. But Runescape is so complex and coinsides with the historical era I love, ruins, worship, ancient cities, battles, that kind of stuff. Not only is the content so interesting, but it's baffeling how well it's written, so much information related to one small subject most people barely bother to recognize. It earns my vote :)--Themanisrob 20:55, 18 January 2009
Support Way way better than dragon plate. A very informative article.