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TMC Player Reviews: The Inquisition: Legacy

Review Submitted By: Jcbutterrtoast
Author Status: Player
Started on The Inquisition: Legacy: 11/02/13
Submission Date: Nov 3, 2013
TMC Listing: The Inquisition: Legacy

The following review is the opinion of the review's author [Jcbutterrtoast] and in no way represents the opinions of this website or its staff.

The Inquisition: Legacy is the first MUD I've ever played that has a
rich in-game history, a friendly and extremely knowledgeable Staff and
Player-base, and a role-play system fluid enough so as to be easily
mastered and also very complex. What really appeals so me, though, is
The Inquisition's 'realistic' take on mages and magic. There are
MUDs that focus on magic until it becomes so commonplace that it
becomes mundane, and there are MUDs that make magic a tiny part of the
game, with little depth or content involving real magic. The
Inquisition does neither. Magic is made secretive and extremely
dangerous to learn, but is certainly doable, and many have
accomplished it. Magic is also deeply interwoven in the main plot (the
Order finding and consequently burning convicted mages), and is very
deep, well-balanced, and complex. Spells are being discovered and
created everyday, and the imminent threat of death only serves as an
incentive to delve deeper (: Dare to enter The Inquisition: Legacy?

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