Well, I gave it an honest try. Some days a few people were helpful to me,
but most days they were not. I received quite a bit of 'know-it-all' mentality
from the players on this MUD. The gameplay itself felt a bit limited, even for
a hack and slash style game. The quests that were presented to me were
fairly boring, very spammy, and generally quite basic.
There was almost never any immortal staff visible to help with problems.
The 'quests' run by staff members (I assume?) were just copied off of
puzzle websites. There seemed to be a facade of friendliness initially,
but most players revealed their true colors pretty quickly and I got a
lot of snobbery and apparent expectations that I should already know
There was no roleplaying of any sort experienced. There is no PK that
I could find. For the levels I was at, it was running around by myself
trying to figure out what was going on. I was told that grouping happened
at the next tier, but upon reaching that tier I still never found a group
and found any sort of worthwhile gear impossible to reach. It was like
playing a massively online one player game. Most of the time, there were
maybe 30 people online and more than half of the are either bots or seem
to be constantly AFK.
There have been heavy modifications from standard DIKU it seems, so a lot
of work looks to have gone into this place. But most of it looks purely
superficial. I couldn't find any hint of community or purpose to play,
so for now I will keep looking for another home game to play on.
If you're looking for a fun and friendly environment, this is definitely
not the place for you.
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