RuneScape:Off-site/Discord

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Discord is a free text and voice chat medium. The application can be used from within the web browser or downloaded, with the link for both being on the homepage of its website: discordapp.com. It is available for several operating systems, and can be accessed via a web-app on certain browsers, which can be seen in the table below.

To receive an invite to the RuneScape Wiki's discord, simply follow this link: discord.gg/runescapewiki.

Supported operating systems[edit source]

Operating system Versions
Windows Windows 7 SP1&2, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
macOS OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, macOS 10.12 Sierra, 10.14 Mojave
Android Android 4.1 (Jellybean), Android 4.4/4.5 (KitKat), Android 5.0/5.1 (Lollipop), Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), Android 7.0/7.1 (Nougat), Android 8.0 (Oreo)
iOS iOS 8.1, iOS 9, iOS 10, iOS 11, iOS 12
Linux OS Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, OpenEmbedded/Yocto, openSUSE, OpenWrt, Ubuntu
Browser Google Chrome-, Firefox-, and Opera-based browsers, Edge 17+

Information[edit source]

The typical discord interface.

The server is open to all, and it can be used to discuss the game, the wiki, or anything else. We're a laid-back community that tries not to take ourselves or anything too seriously, so come hang out with us!

Rules[edit source]

All of the wiki's rules and all of RuneScape's rules apply here. If you need additional detail, see the clan chat's rules (as very similar media they basically apply fine here too). If you need less detail, see RS:DBAD.

Offending users may have their roles removed (if they have any), their ability to use text and/or voice chat in any/all channels removed, or may outright banned from the server temporarily or permanently, at the discretion of the administrators.

Any form of advertising, whether it be real-life or RuneScape related, is prohibited.

Channels[edit source]

Channels may be renamed, added, or removed at any time. This list is accurate as of 25 November 2018.

  • #welcome - Everyone that uses the invitation link above arrives here. Rules and additional global notices are posted here, and only administrators can post.
  • #get-role - Reacting to the one message in this channel with the ring of kinship emote will grant you the "notifs-events" role. With this role, you will be notified of upcoming Events Team events.
General
  • #general - Open forum for any type of discussion.
  • #rs - Open forum for discussion related to RuneScape.
  • #osrs - Open forum for discussion related to Old School RuneScape.
  • #mobile - Open forum for discussion related to RuneScape Mobile.
  • #events - Event-focused chat, organised by the events team.
Wikis
  • #wiki-rs - This channel serves as a hub to discuss changes to this wiki especially the latest game update and documenting it.
  • #wiki-osrs - As above for the Old School RuneScape Wiki.
  • #wiki-pt-br - As above for the Brazilian-Portuguese RuneScape Wiki.
  • #meta-discussion - Open forum for discussion related to meta topics, such as policies and threads.
  • #darkmode-is-broke - Open forum for discussion related to dark mode issues.
Projects
Off-topic
  • #⚠️memes - Channel is subject to constant name-changing.
  • #music - Music-related channel used for sharing and discussion of music.
Bots
  • #bots - This channel is the only channel where RuneInfo can speak. See section below for more.
  • #recent-changes-rs - TyBot reports RuneScape Wiki Recent Changes here.
  • #recent-changes-osrs - TyBot reports Old School RuneScape Wiki Recent Changes here.
  • #recent-changes-pt-br - TyBot reports Brazilian-Portuguese Wiki Recent Changes here.
  • #reddit-rs - reddit-rs automatically posts Reddit posts from r/runescape that contain mentions of the wiki.
  • #reddit-osrs - reddit-osrs automatically posts Reddit posts from r/2007scape that contain mentions of the wiki.
Voice
  • #voice-txt - Use this channel to post links and/or talk text to the voice channel(s). TTS enabled.
  • general - Like #general but for voice.
  • miscellania and etceteria - If the other channels are busy and your group wants a channel to chat without intrusion or interrupting others (e.g. for group Dungeoneering), you can use these extra channels. Additional temporary extra channels are available upon request (ask any administrator).
  • events - Like #wiki-events but for voice.
  • afk - You are automatically moved here after 15 minutes of inactivity. No one can talk. You can move yourself out when you're active again.

Roles[edit source]

Much like channels, roles may be renamed on the fly. Currently, they are generally given out ad hoc, so if you feel you need one, talk to one of the @rs wiki bureaucrats.

Two-factor authentication can be used on Discord. It is required to be enabled on your account to use most permissions of @rs wiki bureaucrats/@osrs wiki bureaucrats and @rs wiki admins/@osrs wiki admins, though it is recommended that everyone enable it.

  • @rs wiki bureaucrats - Claimable by RuneScape Wiki bureaucrats. Can manage channels. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @osrs wiki bureaucrats - Claimable by Old School RuneScape Wiki bureaucrats. Can manage channels. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @rs wiki admins - Can manage users and permissions. Claimable by RuneScape Wiki administrators. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @osrs wiki admins - Can manage users and permissions. Claimable by Old School Wiki administrators. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @pt-br wiki admins - Can manage the #wiki-pt-br channel. Claimable by Brazilian-Portuguese wiki administrators. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @rsc wiki admins - Claimable by RuneScape Classic Wiki administrators. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @events team - Can manage the #wiki-events channel. Claimable by Events Team members. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @update squids - Users that spend much more time delving in to updates, usually involving extensive testing or the game files/APIs. Can be @-mentioned.
  • @jagex - Verified Jagex moderators. If you are a Jagex moderator and join our server, let an admin know and they can sort out verification.
  • @everyone - All users connected to the server. Can only be @-mentioned by bureaucrats.

Bots[edit source]

  • @RuneInfo#5879 - Provides various RuneScape related commands. Use !help for info. Ran by AoDude#8676. May only speak in the designated #bots channel.
  • @GloopyBot#5242 - Link to the wiki with ease using markup. Type g!help for a list of commands. Ran by ThePsionic.
    • tybot#9096 allows for users to view the status of Grand Exchange price updates on Discord. It also allows for wiki administrators to force a price update task, in case it misses one. Ran by TyA. Commands found here.
  • TyBotOS#0419 does the same as above, but for Old School RuneScape Wiki.
  • RuneScape Wiki is a webhook bot which feeds Special:RecentChanges into the #recent-changes-rs for easy monitoring. Ran by JaydenKieran.
    • Old School RuneScape Wiki is the same as above, but for Old School RuneScape Wiki into the #recent-changes-osrs.
    • tybot but in pt-br is a webhook bot for doing the above, but for the Brazilian-Portuguese RuneScape wiki.
    • reddit-rs powers the reddit-rs channel. Also a webhook bot and not a user. Both reddit bots are ran by JaydenKieran.
  • reddit-osrs works the same as reddit-rs but for Old School RuneScape and their designated subreddit.

Interlanguage[edit source]

The RuneScape Wiki server is happy to accommodate non-English RuneScape Wikis by providing a #wiki and recent changes channel (and access to easier collaboration/coding help/etc with English RuneScape Wiki editors, if needed). If you are an administrator of another language RuneScape Wiki and want to branch off of this server instead of (or in addition to) creating your own, please contact one of the @rs wiki bureaucrats or @rs wiki admins.

Currently, the Brazilian-Portuguese and the Old-School RuneScape Wikis have done so.