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Started on MozartMud
: When I was 12. I'm 25 now
Dec 13, 2016
TMC Listing: MozartMud
The following review is the opinion of the review's author [Aaron Vienneau]
and in no way represents the opinions of this website or its staff.
MozartMUD is tremendous and virtually original. The immortal staff continue
to work tirelessly to update and expand Mozart's extensive repertoire of features
and zones. A friendly base of users will help you get acquainted with the Realms,
and the flaw, avatar and legacy systems will keep you enthralled and challenged
for years to come.
At level 50, flaws allow a player to create a character with specific and
intentional in-game challenges and disadvantages. In compensation,
players can choose from extra abilities; increasing their overall utility
and becoming more lucrative to the Mozart community.
Upon reaching level 99, players can attempt to complete The Avatar Challenge which
unlock 11 more levels, each level granting a class-specific ability/passive. Beware,
however, as every iota of knowledge you've acquired in the Realm of Mozart will
be put to the test in the Avatar Challenge, and only the most persevering will
If you ever manage to reach level 110, and become a Grand Avatar of Mozart,
you'll be given the privileged opportunity to retire your character to legacy,
and gain access to exclusive class combinations, or starting abilities or
*perhaps* even the opportunity to play test a beta class.
Its important to note that these flaw, avatar and legacy abilities don't
*necessarily* make you the most powerful character in the Realm.
The challenges and creatures of Mozart are varied and call for much
more than sheer damage or special abilities. Your knowledge, friends
and wit will serve your far better than a grievous wound to your foe.
Should you learn everything there is to know about the Surface Realms
you can try the Under dark, where PK is legal, and see how you fair.
Find me in-game and I'll get you started on the right foot. See you soon!
~ Saej Blackthorn
Mozart's Lord of Air