If you have written an article that you think would be a good fit for the Times, please PM it to the Mirrorforced. The Editorial Staff will then review your article and if it's something that our readers would like, well written and doesn't have too many spelling/grammar mistakes, we may use your article on the site. However, please note that this does not mean your submission WILL be published. We publish guest articles on a needs basis only, and even then, only the best are selected for publication.
If you do plan on submitting an article, please follow these guidelines:
- Word count is flexible, but try to keep it 600+.
- There all kinds of online dictionaries on the web - use one. Please be careful of your spelling and grammar. If we have to spend 3 hours editing what you've written, that's almost a guarantee that we won't use your submission.
- No flaming or naming names, and no attacks on Jagex unless you have proof of what you're saying.
- While we do accept some fiction, try to keep it on topic. In other words, make sure it's RuneScape related.
- Try not to rehash the same old topics over and over again. Read through the Tip.It Times Archives to make sure we haven't already published a number of articles on the topic you're about to write about.
- Lastly, if you're not sure about your article's topic, or if you have a question, ASK first.
Please note: we will not ask your permission to publish your article if and when we decide to do so. Submission of an article implies permission to publish. We may contact you to let you know if your article has been selected, but this is only as a courtesy and is not a request for permission.
Therefore, before you submit an article, remember that thousands of people will read it. Make sure that you do, in fact, want your article published. Once your article has been published, it's too late to change your mind. If you DO change your mind after you submit an article, or you'd like to make some changes or update it, then you MUST contact Mirrorforced as soon as possible. Tip.It assumes no responsibility for personal information you've included in the article that may be outdated or no longer valid.