[MUD-Dev] The Best Guy on the Mud Thing

Dundee SkeptAck at antisocial.com
Fri Sep 17 15:27:12 New Zealand Standard Time 1999


Adam Wiggins <adam at angel.com> wrote:
> Hmmm - were people aware that if they shared this knowledge, their =
spells
> would start to suck? =20

Yes.

>If so then their players were either a) way too generous for their own =
good, or b)=20
>not too bright.

Like Raph said, it's a just a matter of which you value more - being able
to cast a spell that works, or putting out a complete spell FAQ.

Bragging rights, sort of thing.  Now *you* might value the spell more, =
but
will all umpty-thousand of the other players?  Pretty doubtful.

As far as that goes, my own personal opninon:  Having a popular, =
respected,
or even just "infamous" web site is more of a victory than you can =
achieve
in-game, whether your spells work or not.

--=20
http://dundee.uong.com/



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