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Factual Correctness[edit source]

I'm fairly certain that alot of the information in this article is innacurate; for instance, it says that Varrock was founded in the Year 700, yet a few paragraphs later, it says it was founded in 400. I've never seen anything close to a specific date of Varrock's creation. Also, the idea that Asgarnia was destroyed and rebuilt also seems like innacurate guesswork. I haven't been able to find anywhere that says this. If somebody can prove some of this stuff to me, I'll be happy to leave it be. Morian Smith 22:16, 2 May 2008 (UTC)

Okay, I did a little poking around and found that Varrock was founded in 700. But does anyone have a source for the Asgarnia history? Or that Misthalin and Asgarnia ever fought? Morian Smith 22:19, 2 May 2008 (UTC)

Sorry[edit source]

Sorry if some of what I wrote was innacurate, I admit that what I wrote about Asgarnia has no specific was part guesswork, although the museam has 2 dates for it's creation, so I was trying to come up with a theory for it. Jagex may have just made a mistake when they wrote the text for the museam.--Pig HouseInane Ramblings 13:16, 5 May 2008 (UTC)

Sorry if I got a little crazy there. :) I've done what I could to figure this out, and I've come to the conclusion that Jagex made a mistake. I've sent a letter to the Postbag this month about it, but until then I've edited it to include the more commonly told version of it. Morian Smith 02:52, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

Barrows Bothers[edit source]

Were they present at 3rd age or 4th age? History seems to contradict there.

The Barrows Brothers were around in the Fourth Age, a while after the Seven Priestly Warriors pushed the Morytanians back. They thought they could take Morytania back now that Drakan's people were trapped. Apparently, it didn't work out. Morian Smith 02:54, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

No they were definitely around in the 3rd age while Morytanians were invading Varrock. From the Crumbling tome: "During the great god wars there were six brothers who fought side by side against the forces of evil. Their fervor in battle was awed and feared by all who saw them. Nothing is known of their origins, only that they were first seen when the legions of evil were pressing their hardest into civilised lands." And the Seven Priestly Warriors blessed the River Salve in the fourth age.--Diberville 03:19, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
Ah, you're right. I was getting them mixed up with the Seven Warriors. My mistake. Morian Smith 13:24, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

Rename this article?[edit source]

I think it would be a good idea to rename this article to History of Varrock and Misthalin and add new information according to that. --Flajuram 09:46, 4 June 2008 (UTC)

Necromancer War?[edit source]

This section confuses me a little. It claims that the zombies were "led by Led by the Zamorakian Mahjarrat Lucien, a massive army of undead, consisting primarily of zombies, was led upon Varrock". I'm confused. I'd never seen any evidence for this before and I'm pretty sure Lucien never attacked Varrock. Zemouregal attacked in the Fourth Age, but that's the whole thing with Arrav. Lucien's only become powerful since he found the Staff of Armadyl and I very much doubt that he would've been powerful enough two years ago to summon an army of the undead. I've never heard anyone ingame or in the Knowledge Base talk about this war.

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Asparagoose 09:49, September 3, 2009 (UTC)

Try the Varrock Museum. There's a display there. It's also mentioned in the commorb dossier on Solus Dellagar. Quest.png Morian Smith Saradomin crozier.png 13:40, September 3, 2009 (UTC)

I've read somewhere that he attacked Varrock, but it was a failure. He was quickly defeated, and many Varrockians didn't even know his name. However, from his point of view it was a success. The source of the article was the Commorb dossier, like Morian says. Ancient talisman.png Oil4 Talk 13:44, September 3, 2009 (UTC)