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Armies of Gielinor[edit source]

For some reason, this is not archiving at WebCite. It says that AoG is canon. Have to go now, can't type --Iiii I I I 23:36, February 21, 2010 (UTC)

Yes, they did say that, but frankly, I don't think it is canon. I know he said it was, but really, it can't be, for multiple reasons. 1. Guthix has an army, when he did not participate in the God Wars. 2. White Knights and Kinshra are available troops, when they weren't formed until the Fourth Age. 3. The Guthix army can get Gnomecopters, which are a Fifth Age invention. I'm not sure if this means that they actually were around during the war "officially", but I know for a fact, and can cite, I'm pretty sure, evidence that contradicts the claims that Guthix fought in the war. Because he was asleep - he ended the war. If his followers fought in it, I'm pretty sure they wouldn't have been considered true agents of balance. 00:16, February 22, 2010 (UTC)

I'm not ready to accept that either. Armies of Gielinor just contradicts RuneScape on so many occasions; Asparagoose's points only scratch the surface. One of the levels takes place on Draynor Hill, when Count Draynor didn't come to the area well into the Fourth Age. I'm not against putting the citation in there, but I don't think we should take what was said too seriously. Quest.png Morian Smith Saradomin crozier.png 16:12, February 23, 2010 (UTC)

RS novels[edit source]

The article states that the books written by Tom S. Church cannot be considered canon, while the Betrayal at Falador page itself said it is... what to do? BTW, I believe it is not to be considered canon. . . . Yours, This user admires the Void Knights. Who aim to maintain Gielinor's Equilibrium. Enquidou Talk This user likes to do Quests and genuinely loves the story line; lore is his love! . . 17:23, April 24, 2013 (UTC)