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Started on The Inquisition: Legacy
Sep 24, 2012
TMC Listing: The Inquisition: Legacy
The following review is the opinion of the review's author [Gian Arlando]
and in no way represents the opinions of this website or its staff.
I started playing this game about a week or two after one of my
favorite MUDs had closed down (RIP!). I have to admit, after my first
RPI experience, I've been hooked ever since, so after a lot of people
I had played with on the previous MUD had transferred here, I decided
to give it a shot. Let me make it clear, I was thoroughly surprised.
A lot of the game consists of mostly role-play, doing mundane tasks,
and very little combat unless a brave soul decides to make a thief or
mage and full on outs themselves. The people here, the role-play is so
engaging here, that it is easy to get sucked into doing every day
tasks, and speaking with the same people over and over again. The
crafting system is such a joy. You can create almost anything as long
as they fall within certain restrictions.
The rumor system is such an amusing little addition to the game, but
it is actually really important if you plan on playing a character
with a political role. The staff here are so wonderful, they alone
make coming back to this game over and over again worth while. Though
they are spread thin in their duties, they make every effort to cater
to the needs and desires of every player as long as each request is