[MUD-Dev] Re: You think users won't number crunch and statistise your MUD?

Dr. Cat cat at bga.com
Mon Jun 29 17:01:50 New Zealand Standard Time 1998


> Have a look at:
> 
>   URL:http://uoss.stratics.com/index.html

Interesting little news item at that location, that relates to recent 
discussions of player-governance and such:

       I am Sir Crasty, co-guildmaster of the Plebians. Many have seen us 
       to be *plebbing* through the Pacific shard of UO. I write to ask 
       you for your help in assembling one member from each guild on 
       Sunday, June 28 at 3:00pm Pacific Time to meet in front of Lord 
       British's castle gate. The goal of my oratory is to replace Lord 
       British with a player nominated king.  The importance of having a 
       king that is in the shard more than once every 178 days cannot
       be overlooked. More details will emerge on Sunday, but please do 
       me the honor of making a post so the devoted fans of UO and 
       Stratics can have a chance at a real revolution, and a tangible 
       King! I know there are some problems with this proposal, but with 
       good role-playing it can be successful... 

       Thank You, and PLEB! 

Can't help but remind me of how I heard from The Fat Man that apparently 
Amy Jo Kim got hooked on Ultima Online, and was on a crusade to get 
Richard Garriott to spend time playing in the game world and interacting 
with his populace.  Knowing Richard as well as I do, I know better than 
to ever expect him to do that.  It'll be interesting to see how this 
would-be revolt turns out, and how the staff chooses to react to it (if at 
all).

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