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Reviewed Mud: The Inquisition: Legacy |
Review Submitted By: Quentin le Papelion
Author Status: Player
Began on The Inquisition: Legacy: September 2012
This was the first mud I have ever played. I found that after searching several
other Mud's I found TI:Legacy to be the most in-depth, new player friendly and
one of the easiest Mud's to play. Do not misunderstand me, it is also of the
most in-depth Mud's I have found. The pbase is amazing, without a doubt and the
Immortals are the kindest and most accessible, which for a newbie is amazing! I
have found that the theme, dark medieval, is well thought out and maintained.
The actual RP that is available is beyond extensive. One can simply decide that
they want to be a law enforcer and there are two guilds just for law enforcers.
The same goes for crafters and merchants, there is a guild or one can simply
own their own shop. There are also thieves and mages, though they are covert.
Along with that there is the Troubador's guild that are the bards and performers.
Altogether your choices are almost unlimited.
As far as developing the game more and more, it is changing for the better very
often. The Immortals hold a OOcly meeting every weekend to get feedback
on what is going on, and if the pbase likes what they have implemented, or not.