Players can submit questions via an e-mail address listed on the website to any NPC in the game. Selected letters are answered in an update called Postbag from the Hedge , typically at the end of each month. This feature began on 26 September 2005 , and has since become one of the most accessed pages of the site. Beginning 24 September 2002 , players could submit questions to the gods of RuneScape ; however, this feature was discontinued on 9 December 2004 . Players can also submit original RuneScape related artwork, some of which is displayed in a gallery on the RuneScape website. Media featured have included sculpture, comics, drawings, and paintings.
I suspect (again, no data) that the blockquote indentation rule tends to encourage authors to put the cite inside the blockquote, so I wonder whether an HTML5 endorsed way of permitting that might be sufficient to effect a change in authoring practice. Using the footer element inside the blockquote to contain metadata about the quote, including its citation seems both natural and pretty harmless since there should be no need to use footer in the quote itself. Accordingly, my preference would be that the blockquote change was limited to permitting that.