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Reviewed Mud: Sindome |
Review Submitted By: Supermarket
Author Status: Player
Began on Sindome: 2 months ago
Sindome is difficult to understand at first. One of the reasons why
is because when you first approach it, you're probably coming off not
from a MUD. Instead, you're probably used to other roleplay
situations where you talk freely to people ooc'ly, share info that
other person needs to plan your next scene together, and generally try
to work out storyarcs in the name of having a good time.
One of the biggest shocks you might have when you play at Sindome is
how that sort of thing isn't allowed due to keeping immersion
constant in the game. You cannot ask *anything* ooc'ly that you can
find out ic'ly. If you push this, there are consequences.
MUD commands are also hard if this is your first time playing one.
Simple things like lifting something or closing a door might be hard
to understand at first. Here's a tip: examine everything around you,
it took me forever to learn to do that. If you get stuck, search the
website for hints and tips on what to do.
Those two things I've mentioned gave me a tough time at the start. I
had to get used to Sindome's style of play which took a minute. Now
that I've gotten used to it, I think the game's pretty fun and I
enjoy it quite a bit.