I didn't expect much when I logged onto the 7th Plane. Just another
Godwars MUD. It has four classes (Werewolf, Lampryi, Monk and Mage)
and a couple dozen areas. Then, suddenly, I was immersed in a Godwars
experience like no other.
Each class is unique to the MUD, with some familiar names and
experiences to keep people comfortable with the transition, and the
areas are free of any stock descriptions. At first you'll have to
walk around the areas, but each is connected in some way and has some
description of how to reach the next area.
I chose to become a Mage upon arrival. I soon discovered a Mage class
unlike any other I've come across in the Godwars-based realm. The
intelligence attribute raises with spells learned, and the more spells
you learn, the more become available to you.
All classes feature different methods of progressing in abilities,
strength and title. Mages can search the world for glyphs and
insignias which can be infused with armor. Each class also has its own
fun way to get classed. The MUD has a currency and crafting system
that will keep you busy for countless hours, desperately trying to
improve your armor - or maybe build a house. There are dozens of
crafting items to seek out and utilize in creating a truly
Skills and spells have true value in their use, and don't just get
thrown to the wayside. Each class also has access to their own
skills/spells. Many NPCs can be talked to, either for items or hints
to MUD secrets. The immortal staff typically has someone logged onto
the MUD and answering questions - and they are always friendly and
helpful. Really, the only thing missing from this MUD is you.
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