In my last post, I talked about finding a roleplaying enforced MUD to play on, in order to get a better idea how to build my own roleplaying enforced MUD. After spending a few minutes browsing through some random MUD picks on The MUD Connector, I stumbled across New Worlds Ateraan. I was already familiar with this MUD from having chatted with it’s implemented on Top MUD Sites’ forums, so when it came up as a random MUD pick, I decided to check it out.
Yesterday I only spent enough time on the MUD to create a character and go through the tutorial, which thankfully, wasn’t too long. For someone such as myself who has already played a lot of MUDs, it can be inconvenient to be subjected to a lengthy tutorial, unless I am learning new information specific to that MUD, and not just general MUD commands, that are similar across most MUDs.
At the end of my tutorial, I was given the opportunity to take a tour, guided by an actual live person. I found this to be a very nice touch. Unfortunately, I didn’t have enough time to wait for a tour guide, before I had to log, but I am going to log back in tonight, and see if I can’t get that tour. If you currently play or have played New Worlds in the past, leave me a comment. Let me know what you thought of it, and give me some tips to help get me started.
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