Talk:Rune (video game)
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Could someone who knows something about the game fix the last sentence for the Dwarven Battle Hammer? I can't figure out what "In multiplayer, the Battle Hammer is functional and works fine in pretty much every situation in comparison to Work sword, it's more secure." is trying to say. Thanks. -Nesoo (talk) 01:02, 3 April 2008 (UTC)
One of the external links ("Rune Clan listings and information" - http://www.runehordes.info) is now "dead". Runehordes.info shut down a couple of months ago, so any information found on that site is old and outdated. Should the link remain or be taken away? Or should there be a note made somewhere saying it's no longer reliable in terms of up-to-date information? The site still contains a gigantic list of clan history in Rune, although it can't be updated anymore. And the creator said he'd keep the website itself up for the overseeable future. I don't usually involve myself in the editing of wikipedia articles, so I don't know what standard procedure in cases like this is. So I'll leave it to someone else to make the decision, just thought I'd inform you about it. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 02:30, 23 December 2008 (UTC)
"RUNE HORDES dot INFO" (Runehordes.info) link is still alive as of this writing (March 31, 2009) The owner decided to keep the site "alive" after it closed for a while back in mid 2008. The forums might not be as active (you have to register to be allowed in) However,newly formed Rune Clans are still able to register to add any pertinent data for listing purposes through the Home page's "Add New Horde". Previously registered Rune Clans are still able to provide up-to-date information through the site's "Changelog". Not all listed clans have a website and/or forum. Instead, they update their membership lists in their Runehordes.info webpage. All this, of course, depending on the registered person (clan leader or member) having the time or remembering to do this. Laurie "the Deepminded" Wise-- RuneGame.com Administrator-- Official Website for Human Head Studios Rune/Rune:Halls of Valhalla (video game) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 10:36, 31 March 2009 (UTC)