This is a policy regarding the making of articles for items that do not exist. This refers to all, but not limited to, non-existent NPCs, monsters, items, weapons, armour, holiday drops, and gameplay elements. In this policy, item refers to all of these.
- Articles about items that players have found pictures of on the official site are allowed to be created. This includes, but is not limited to, Runecrafting talismans and some dragon items.
- Articles about items that once existed in-game are allowed to be created. This includes temporary holiday items such as sweets.
- Articles about notable urban legends are allowed to be created if the rumour has been recognised by many players.
- Articles, with images hacked from the official RuneScape website, or obtained from the Jagex cache folder (.jagex_cache_32), are not allowed. If you need to use a third-party software to find the item, do not write an article about it.
- Topics often riddled with non-canon lore (such as the History of RuneScape) should be examined for fan fiction. Website sections like Postbag from the Hedge and Lores and Histories are widely considered to be canon as they are owned by Jagex. In general, out-of-game sources should be cited as well as reliable. In a nutshell, lore that is not canon to RuneScape's storyline does not belong in mainspace.
- Commonly discussed things that do not exist in RuneScape, such as various dragon and white items, should be redirected to Non-existent item.
If an article about a non-existent item meets these criteria, it should be added to Category:Items that do not exist.
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