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TMC Player Reviews: Sindome


Review Submitted By: thecraftydragon
Author Status: Player
Started on Sindome: March 2014
Submission Date: Jun 23, 2014
TMC Listing: Sindome

The following review is the opinion of the review's author [thecraftydragon] and in no way represents the opinions of this website or its staff.

Do you like Blade Runner? Judge Dredd? Continuum? Neuromancer? Are
you a fan of Cyberpunk 2020 or 2077? Shadowrun? Are you a fan of
Roleplaying where you ACTUALLY Roleplay?

If so, you've found the right place.
Sindome is a wonderful gaming client I accidentally stumbled across
back in March this year and I have enjoyed it since.

This is no hack and slash game, this is roleplaying in a dark,
cyberpunk world.

The site has its own wiki and forums, including several areas for
newbies including video tutorials such as:

Creating your Character: http://www.sindome.org/help/newbie-video/
Trust me, watch that.
Then, there are many other areas of lore which you can use while
you're in game. Player's and Character's, Out of Character and In
Character, vary wildly and, it's one of the better groups of RP'rs I
have come across.

(In case you can't tell by now, I'm having my fair share of fun on
this MOO.)

This MOO has come a long way and is consistently improving each day.
There are more descriptions added, more rooms, just more.

There are so many roleplaying situations to stumble across, or even
create, when you go out and explore.

The nice thing is a two week 'Newbie Safety Net' so to speak.
This is where you, as an immy or immigrant, have a free coffin to
sleep in and time to explore and learn your basic commands, unless you
go and piss off a veteran gang member or something of the sort. And
that, too, can be fun as well, if you're up for it.

Yes, there is combat, but this is not a hack and slash game and so,
feel free to create: a writer an artist a thief an aero-tech engineer
a forensic specialist in training a street thug who wants to fight
matches on TV someday.

And, just like in real life, you can start on one path, take another,
do that for a time while never losing your first dream or goal.

Plus, just like in real life, goals take time. Short term and long
term, you can have various RP experiences working toward each of them,
even if that means going down in flames, dusting yourself off and
climbing on up again.

Give it a go.
Who knows? This may just have been what you were looking for even if
you didn't know it at first.

~tcd

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