Old Wikipedia data Edit

  • Because it would too much work for me alone;
  • Because I worked so much on the Wikipedia entries;
  • Because I believe my intense researches are still of use (especially the labourously collected external links);
  • Because I do not know enough of the forgottenrealms Wikia lore to dare or wish to intervene directly anymore,

I just paste in the permalink of what I believe to be most exhaustive Wikipedia entry on the topic:

Most complete permalink for Rashemen

(starting point: Geographical index of Toril on 18th of March 2007)

Could some kind soul take care of extracting the data somewhere it would not be deleted again because of “lack of notability”? Note that a lot of content may be duplicate and also has to be rewritten. Some link shouls also be checked (think] if nothing else), Wizards of the Coast not being that serious with permanency of data.

David Latapie ( | @) 02:15, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

Past Tense? Edit

Im a bit confused. A lot of this article seems to be written in past tense, but there's nothing in the article to suggest that Rashemen does not currently exist. If it does exist, this needs to be re-written. If it doesn't, then that's pretty important and should be included. FarRealm (talk) 19:31, March 30, 2014 (UTC)

It's the policy of this wiki to use past tense for nearly everything because of various editions and the march of time. See the policy Forgotten_Realms_Wiki:Remove_wiki_from_timeline and its talk page. Yeah, it threw me off a bit too at first, but you get used to it, and the logic behind it is reasonable. Rashemen may exist now (whenever "now" is) but it might not be around for 5th edition and it's too hard to be continuously updating the wiki. --Coswig (talk) 19:57, March 30, 2014 (UTC)
Ah, okay, I see. Thanks for clearing it up! What an odd title though, for such an important guideline. FarRealm (talk) 18:59, April 1, 2014 (UTC)
There ya go: Forgotten Realms Wiki:Past tense policy. Better? :) —Moviesign (talk) 21:30, April 1, 2014 (UTC)