PK? Yes. RP? We reward it. Staff Immortals? The odds that you will
log on and not find one of our bright, smiling, at times malevolent
though player cherishing faces are non existent, and we need players!
No, we would LOVE players.
My name is Samael, I've been a player on this MUD since I was just
post-pubescent (about 9 years) and an imm since before I rightfully
should have been, and I just can't seem to find myself enjoying any
other fascinatingly intricate text based online social phenomena
worldwide, period! And it's not like I haven't tried.
We won't punish you for speaking your mind or not speaking it. The
atmosphere on BT is so relaxed at times I escape to it like a thickly
fatal though euphoric intravenous opiate.
Our training, stats, item, skill and wealth systems were developed by
a handful of people who were technologically brilliant and completely
blown out of their minds on acid. No joke, the result of their
multiple year-long endeavor on hallucinogens has become the home of
many, myself included.
The name may imply that it's a narcotic based dopehead reality but
to be frank and sincere it's just a title given to the MUD by the
aforementioned technologically genius LSD fried coders that created it
over a decade ago. It really doesn't share a whole lot of place in
the premise of the game outside of a few subtle references, it took me
a year and a half to actually understand what the name of the MUD was
supposed to imply.
In our history we've hit the Top 10 on TMC at least a half a dozen
times. We're striving to be there again in the spotlight where we
belong, and we feel that you belong here with us in it.
Come one, come all. Experience the greatest distraction from the
frivolities of ordinary life since the invention of a user friendly
internet. Don't forget to type color once you're on the inside.
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Comment posted on Mon Apr 13 10:08:29 2009 by Dnarl:
Samael is 100% correct. I just returned to Bad Trip from a several-
year hiatus from mudding entirely, and it's every bit as superb and
wonderful and weird as when I left. I actually haven't seen Samael
since I came back -- we have different schedules and therefore
different playing times -- but I still have items left over from some
of the amazing quests he's run. They're great for reminiscing.
If anything, the immortal staff has IMPROVED since I left, which is
saying quite a lot. They seem even more responsible and involved.
Immortal-run quests are a daily occurrence, and I have yet to log and
not see at least one active, non-idling immortal and at least a
couple players hiding there from the horrors of real life.
Anyway, to Sam, a job well done, and to everyone else, stop on by BT.
You won't regret it.