What Mud do you play?!

aloc_acoc
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What Mud do you play?!

Post by aloc_acoc »

I realize the vast majority of Mudlet users play IRE games, but I was interested to see what other Muds are being played. I know a few of the developers are rockin Avalon, which I played in the past and loved it, but that was before the pay-to-play time. Any free great muds out there?!

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Heiko
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Re: What Mud do you play?!

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No, people here play avalon.de. That's a free German language LP-MUD with a long tradition and lots of detail.

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demonnic
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We've got some folks who play aardwolf. We've had some folks drop in to the IRC channel that play a number of muds as well, enough of them that I don't recall them all.

Yugosan
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I am from Islands of myth, use to be called Reddragon but it changed name.

Sivan
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I play at a mud called The Final Challenge.

mud.finalchallenge.net

Brodingo
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Arcane Ages!

arcaneages.com:4000

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tsuujin
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Currently: Midkemia Online

WillFa
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3 Kingdoms
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tarrant
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WillFa wrote:3 Kingdoms
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Me too

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Post by BrandNew »

I don't play any these days, although I used to play Lusternia.

Now I'm just waiting anxiously for Tears of Polaris and Lithmeria.

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