[MUD-Dev] The Virtual Ecology

Brandon J. Rickman ashes at pc4.zennet.com
Wed Aug 25 15:27:43 New Zealand Standard Time 1999


On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, Ling Lo wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Aug 1999, Chris Turner wrote:
> > There was a really good thread some time ago (at least a year ago) about
> > what to do if a vitally important object (the example was a key) was thrown
> > into the sea.  This pretty much explains the whole idea, that since the
> > location of the key isn't known precisely, then it could theoritically
> > reappear some time later somewhere else.
> 
> Not only is it in the FAQ (I really, really should set up a web page), the
> thread can also be found straddled at: 
> 
> <URL:http://www.kanga.nu/archives/MUD-Dev-L/1998Q1/msg00154.html>

The secret and slightly more cryptic origins of this thread can be found
at:

http://www.kanga.nu/archives/MUD-Dev-L/1997Q3/msg01248.html

It had something to do with getting rid of large piles of rabbit corpses,
in such a way that one could still find rabbit bones if one looked hard
enough.

- B!




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