Rebellion in the Stars or 'RitS' is a very large MUD with an
average of around 7 players and 2 staff members around at a time. It
is based around Star Wars by George Lucas. Currently there are
around 10 planets all of which are well described. I found it fun
when I first started playing RitS to just roam about planets and look
at the different mobs and buildings I saw in or connected to each
A big part of RitS is the different clans you may decide to be
in, such as the Empire and the Rebel Alliance. They form communities
and hierarchies that unlike some MUDs I have played are worth trying
to progress in. The two I just mentioned are often fighting about one
thing or another trying to force their beliefs on one another or just
trying to keep planets under their control or keep the support of
their followers. Every player is important to the cause of whatever
clan they join.
No two characters are the same even based on looks. There are a
LOT of races to choose from and then gender, eye color, hair color,
skin type, build, and based on how you play or your description, your
weight and height.
While in some MUDs the sight of a character is symbolized in
'You see George.' in RitS until they have introduced themself you
would see it as 'You see a toned male Wookiee.' Since roleplay is very
important there, names are not known until they are told.
RitS is always being worked on to make it better for the players
and while it has everything most players could ask for it is still
missing one thing: the playerbase it is worthy of. This is not
something that could be thought of as a good thing yet those who
actually try playing will find that they are not treated as one of the
four hundred people online but as a friend of the staff and the other
players no matter how long they have been around.
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