End of the Line... How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love the detail. In many cases H.G. Wellian in style.
I love the ambiance. Anyone remember jumping in their seats when that
first zombie in Doom popped out and screamed in your face?
I love the community. They all hate me.
Like Rawr said, EotL has some very modern features such as the RSS
feed channels. On that alone, EotL has over 10 ways to communicate,
and that doesn't include all the strange little widgets like post-it
notes or little wooden signs put up by players.
The advancement system is near perfect for a mmorpg type of game.
You kill monsters and do quests to earn xp, gather equipment and
coins. Then you spend the xp on your stats, skills, and weapon
proficiencies. You do all that while trying to avoid player killers,
or grouping with friends to increase your odds against said pks. No
other mud/game seemlessly combines all genres like EotL. Themes in
the mud (guilds, areas, items, you name it) range from Historical,
Current Events, Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, SciFi Fantasy...
And being that players are allowed to advance all the way up to mud
Wizard and unleash their own creativity, it really is endless.
Over the 15 years I've been playing EotL there have always been
around 20 playable races and like 15 guilds. If the endless supply
of new areas, items, and monsters isn't enough there is nearly an
endless supply of race/guild combinations to keep you entertained.
There is generally ALWAYS someone playing, our players join us from
all over the world! You could be one of them what are you waiting for?
Join us today!
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