Okay, so tbaMUD is actually more of a support group instead of a
gaming mud. They are there helping Anyone who walks in and asks. They
have EXTENSIVE help files that explain by example and description how
to use olc, trigedit, *edit, etc. Plus, to new coders it is
invaluable, they offer their code base as it is the way they use it.
It is Very clearly written and quite simple to jump into and start
coding with, and as a big bonus it compiles on nearly all systems
easily and if you do spot a bug or typo in their code, let them know
and they fix it and give credit! Even I have my name in there a few
Also, the Staff themselves are the most helpful Imm's I've ever
been in contact with. They help fix code, work with you on problems,
simple and complex. I use them as the center of my mud coding
community if I find a problem I cant solve. A quick chat with most
anyone on their forums gets me straight.
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