I started mudding several years ago but it was on and off. The muds I
went to were too jumbled, the prompts were bright or took up too much
room on the screen. It was hard to tell the room descriptions from
character names and object descriptions. Even if you can change the
prompt or turn of ANSII color, there was still way to much clutter on
On top of that most muds aren't newbie friendly or they claim to be
but no one will answer your questions about commands and other
assorted general questions. With 4d I found several helpful people
there which allowed me to quickly learn the commands they use and how
to get from one place to another.
Not to mention that while some to most zones are based off of
something such as a book or a movie (or in some cases even a song or
two) there are no zones that have been pre-created. The quests are
fairly original and there is a great range in the quest difficulty
level ranging from a beginning questor to quests that challenge even
the most veteran mudders.
It's a great place to play and the people and staff are really nice.
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