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Reviewed Mud: The Inquisition: Legacy |
Review Submitted By: Its_A_Dog_21
Author Status: Player
Began on The Inquisition: Legacy: 2-3 years
The Inquisition: Legacy is a deeply flawed game that
deserves a shot, but it still is necessary to address
I was invited to this game some years ago by a
friend, who does not play anymore due to these
The good, is that the game tries to at least give a
semblance of a well balanced RP structure, and it
does pretty well at it. If you want an RP experience
without a high focus on combat, and the ability to
feel accomplished without having to kneecap your
The bad, is more varied. Leadership positions are
available in-game, but you better not count on
being treated entirely fairly. Most people who play
the Grand Inquisitor role face constant policy
cases for basic actions, and a vast majority of
players attempt to entirely avoid RP with the church
and sweep the blame on the easier target, the In-
game Guild leadership. (There are even instances
of blackballing info against the Leadership roles to
force them to do as a single person says, whilst
playing the victim.)
It has lead to an uncompetitive field of Player
characters dreading any kind of leadership role
and those that enjoy it have a tendency to only
have a honeymoon reaction to it. And staff choices
to affect the leadership, have made it so that aged
players are more likely to play roles that are barred
from leadership, leaving people with empty roles.
There is also a gigantic problem of people cycling
through the same roles, and very thinly veiling their
OOC intent to either Player Kill, or simply play
the same 'Archmage Voldemort' that goes out of
their way to try and convince you that it's great
RP to have characters that you know are the Big
Bad Warlock, and you know barely any RP will
surround their actions.
The player-to-player RP is great, and there are
some genuinely good people who make this game
their home. But the reviews for this game are
getting more negative, with time, and it's genuinely
worth discussing why that is.
This review isn't written with sour intentions, but
more out of worry for the long-term health of the