Currently, as per RS:G, it is suggested individual scenery deserve individual pages, this consensus was, to my knowledge, made back in 2012 - Forum:RS:G and Non-Interactive Scenery 2 with mixed feedback on both threads, although it still passed assuming UCS was used. 6 years later, very few pages have been created on either RS3 or OSRS's wikis and this silence indicates that non-interactive scenery is not notable enough to warrant individual pages.
As such, I propose that any scenery that is not deemed notable enough should be collected with other scenery into pages similar to Graphical_updates/Locations/Scenery with an image, name, examine, and optionally a note; preferably in tables. OSRS Wiki already has a page listing every examinable object which would help speed up this transition on OSRS Wiki's end.
Below are the options I see going forward in regards to non-interactive scenery.
- Condense pages - as outlined above, this would allow for a more structured approach to adding this information to the wikis,
- Strict specific restrictions - such as a notability criteria,
- Status quo - continue with endless stubs (if they were ever made in the first place).
I'd like to see more input on this,
- REDIRECT User:We left wikia/Signature 00:57, July 12, 2018 (UTC)
Support 1,3 I think that doing it on a case by case basis as outlined with 2 would be too confusing. --01:11, July 12, 2018 (UTC)
Support 1 - As long as appropriate redirects are made User:KelseW/Signature 01:19, July 12, 2018 (UTC)
Support 1 - Would be nice to get some solid consensus on this, along with its own section on the RS:G page. On a similar note, it would also be nice if we could be more consistent in making pages for interactive scenery.01:52, July 12, 2018 (UTC)