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The Royal Wiki is an independent, multilingual micronational wiki Internet encyclopædia about the Confederation of Mahuset, hosted on the Miraheze wikifarm. Royal Wiki's goal is "to benefit readers by acting as a comprehensive written compendium that contains information on all branches of knowledge relating to the Confederation of Mahuset."[1], which is being achieved by a community of volunteer editors using a wiki-based editing system. As of November 2019, Royal Wiki has 19 users[2] on the English-language Royal Wiki, and 2 of them are active.[3]

The Mahusetan Fandom Encyclopedia was originally founded on 1 November 2012 as the Mahuset Wiki on the Wikia wiki farm, and formed a large part of Mahusetan activity following the transformation of the then Kingdom of Mahuset by the then King of Mahuset and current President of Mahuset, Emiel Sebastiaan Hardy, into a heavily centralised absolute monarchy. The wiki was renamed from the "Mahuset Wiki" to the "Royal Wiki" which was its name until the Royal Wiki moved from wikia to an encyclopedia hosted on the Miraheze wiki farm with the now dormant encyclopedia hosted on Wikia being renamed to the "Mahusetan Fandom Encyclopedia". As of 2019, the Mahusetan Fandom Encyclopedia has 256[4] written articles. Despite this large gap, both Wikia editors and Royal Wiki editors continue to focus on the Royal Wiki as opposed to Wikia, with articles on the Royal Wiki largely maintaining a higher standard quality than their counterparts at the Mahusetan Fandom Encyclopedia.[5]

Overall, Royal Wiki comprises of 70 articles, and 19 total users, of which 4 are administrators,[6] and 2 are active.

Most of the Royal Wiki's text and many of its images are co-licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA) and the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), and everyone is allowed to cite them under these licences.

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