[MUD-Dev] Proposed Law
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Fri Oct 26 05:30:48 New Zealand Daylight Time 2001
On Thu, 25 Oct 2001, John Buehler wrote:
> Matt Mihaly writes:
>> I'd come kill your cow.
> A continue part of the problem with rewarding destruction. Those
> who choose to create are opposed by players who find that
> destruction is entertaining according to the rules of the game.
> Ignoring pure grief actions, which are self-motivating, if you
> don't get anything from killing somebody else's cow, then you
> won't do it. The inability to kill somebody else's livestock is
> artificial in the same sense that the player attachment to a
> character is artificial. The latter requires the former.
I will find your cow. I will hunt down your cow like the bovine
villain it is. Your cow will be medieval McDonald's, and after that
I will hunt down all those tainted by the milk of the foul Heifer of
the Pit. I will purge your cow from the world, unless the
possibility of such is removed, for you are there, and I wish to
hassle you. I am Grief Player, and I am Legion.
PS. Once again, not to be taken as me literally.
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