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TMC Player Reviews: Armageddon

Review Submitted By: Oskar Zbroja
Author Status: Player
Started on Armageddon: 2 years ago
Submission Date: Feb 25, 2005
TMC Listing: Armageddon

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

I have been a player on Armageddon for the last 2 years. I've got
nothing else to say other than that this game ROCKS!

Anyway, I just wanted to talk about the things that you don't see in
other muds.

*Perma-Death* Meaning once you die....well then you stay down. This
concept of the game rocks, and what really brought me into this game
almost 2 years ago. It really makes the game feel realistic, making
the whole world completely realistic. You'll never fight the same PC
ever again, if you're succesful in killing them, but this mud isn't
about all about killing at all, just saying how important this factor
in the game makes it a good mud.

* Political* This mud has a lot of political value. Many many things
come into consideration when you choose you actually rival, rebel, or
conquer someone or something. The cities themselves are run by US
players. Meaning any actions that you or other do will have an impact
on the society. Even if you are a Hunter who finds a secret area
filled with many creatures and beautiful pelts to skin off them. You
will then become popular; meaning alot of the player-run organizations
(Noble Houses) who have a lot to say Politically behind their walls
will want you.

*Too many Possibilities* There are just so many things to do in this
game, from being a merciless thug, to a very powerful and accurate
ranger, a slave, an outcast, maybe even an Noble one day. The
possibilities are endless! Yes, i was very confused about this mud
when i started, but the mud itself has a lot of helpfiles and their
website is in full detail about how stuff works, politically or not.
Just try it out. Trust me you'll 'learn' to love it!

Later all, and Happy Mudding!

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