This mud has an atmosphere that can really suck you in at times.
The player community is fairly diverse. You have your good along
with the bad. Some people will rub you one way, while others will
have an entirely different effect upon you. There are plenty of
spelling and grammar... oddities... in the mud, but I have come
to learn that some of the developers didn't speak English as their
first language. Basically, if you don't nitpick at it all day,
you'll look right past it and meld right into the atmosphere.
One thing that people will notice about the quests and getting
around in general is that you have to do a lot of in and outside
the box thinking in order to accomplish anything. The kicker to
all of this is the fact that a lot of ordeals can be overcome by
a rather simple answer to a seemingly cryptic puzzle. I've often
been advised not to overthink the obstacles that appear before me.
All in all, if you just kick back and come in with a 'here to
have fun' attitude, you will find yourself in a very immersive
environment that is very well constructed and healthily populated.
Just don't go killing any of the cats, ok? :)
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