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MUDs Based on Fantasy Books

Discussion in 'MUDs' started by Potsie, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. Potsie

    Potsie BamBam

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    How many MUDs are based on fantasy books like Lord of the Rings? I know Wheel of Time has a few that I may play someday but what are others? Would love one on A Song of Ice and Fire;)
     
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    Bilton Club Swinger

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    Not sure. I like fantasy books but hate MUDs :eek:
     
  3. Aaddron

    Aaddron Moderator Staff Member GameOgre Moderator

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    You could try Aardwolf or Achaea,Dreams of Divine Lands
     
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    mogbroke Ogre Newling

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    e

    Ditto on that dude, im so out of MUDS
     
  5. oropher

    oropher Club Swinger The Pit

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    MUDs are like Marmite. Or you love it, or you hate it.
    I tried many muds to be able to talk about them in my blog, but I never played them too long. I limit myself to play PBBG's.
     
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    Eviran Big Brute The Pit

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    What is your fav PBBG?
     
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    oropher Club Swinger The Pit

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    Smedley MMORPGer

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    Midkemia Online, based on the Riftwar cycle by Raymond E. Feist.
     

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