I don't think this article should be deleted. It is a stub, and RuneScape:Speedy deletion policy#Bad cases states that stubs should not be speedy deleted. Besides, it is very new and more info and images can be added later. User:C Teng/sig 17:12, 20 June 2008 (UTC)
I tend to agree with C Teng here and also it should be noted that there are two stone circles which exist, each with a history that may be described in this article.-- 20:46, 20 June 2008 (UTC)
- But there's no specific reference to a place called "stone circle" in RuneScape, is there? Planeshifted 00:39, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
I've taken off the speedy deletion tag, as this nomination belongs at VFD. It does not meet the criteria to be summarily deleted without discussion of any sort. In particular, editors acting in good faith have reasonable objections to its deletion, which essentially means that it can't be speedied. Skill 21:34, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
Has anyone noticed that all of the runecrafting altars have small stone circles around them, both inside and out. As it was the Moon Clan who both discovered the stone and created the altars, I wonder if there is a link. If so, that would put the stone circle count up by a fair amount, though I don't think the altar circles are Guthixian in nature. Hurston (T # C) 12:49, 12 January 2009 (UTC)
- If your theory is true, the stones circles must be guthixian in nature as guthix was the god that created runes. (you find that out during the Meeting History quest) And if stone circles are of guthixian making and the runes are also, the runecrafting altars almost have to be.
Inconsistency with Stone of Jas location
This article states that the Stone of Jas was found by the Fremennik explorer in the Guthixian temple, while all clues (not to mention the cutscene in WGS) point to it having been found in the Fremennik Province. I think someone more skilled than me can easily correct this mistake...220.127.116.11 23:34, 12 January 2009 (UTC)
Yes, the Moonclan Manual available from Baba Yaga says when the Fremennik wanderer touched the Stone of Jas in the cave he found it in, "the stone was instantly removed by those powers who walk a higher Astral Path than ourselves". After finding the new location, he returned to these caves and found the surrounding rock had been transformed into rune essence. This means the most likely location of the stone when he found it was the essence mine on Lunar Isle, or possibly the essence mine that Aubury can teleport you to. Also there is a problem with the name of the man - Presumably the creator of the page "Vasador" saw a man called Vasador find the stone. The problem is that the man I saw there was called Vanjute. As noted on the Stone of Jas page, everyone seems to see a different name seven letters long and beginning with V. The Moonclan Manual itself only refers to the individual as V------. --Magma2050 16:40, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
"the fourth is abandonded and is above western ardougne, all that is left is the stone slab in the middle, the outer circle completely destroyed."
- Where would this fourth altar exactly be located then? Temple of Light? 20:30, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
No, that's the Death Runecrafting altar. The one that is mentioned there is I think a lone dais, somewhere outside the northern wall of West Ardougne. --Magma2050 20:40, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
- Yep, I know the Death altar. *goes to the mountains*
- If it's outside the wall, how would it be above West Ardougne, as said in the article? 15:51, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
I think whoever posted that originally thinks that North = up. --Magma2050 18:53, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
I think the person who wrote this means the stone dolmen found rite next to the southern fence of the apple orchard, although i've seen a few of these around, and don't think they're the same dolmens found at the centre of circles....Gr33nday345 22:01, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
Kandarin stone circle(s)??
The stone slabs being refered to here are the Dolmens, but there are quite a few of these scattered about near gnomish territory in northen kandarin, so I do not beleive they were used for this purpose, and may serve another use, i will try get a few pics up, but i know there is one near the outpost, one near the apple orchard and one somwhere in the forest north of the huge gate to to Arandar. In the meantime, please discuss as I do not beleive there is any actual evidence of a stone circle being present at these sties Gr33nday345 19:19, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
Out of Date Picture
Does someone want to replace the old world map image of Taverley and its circle? Taverley has been updated since the with the Troll Invasion update. --UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 17:38, July 28, 2012 (UTC)
- Done. MolMan 17:42, July 28, 2012 (UTC)
The Tribute stone...
Could it be considerd one of stone circles too? Not to mention, isn't it in Guthixian control too, making the Stone circle in Taverley not the only one in Guthixian control?
Just some questions that need answering.
- Well, I'm not an expert of Guthixianism, but, to be classified as a stone circle, the requirement seems to be stones. In a circle. This is a stone. Not in a circle. 16:06, April 10, 2013 (UTC)