Started by Jinxed, July 26, 2014, 09:15:40 PM
Quote from: Barsook on July 26, 2014, 09:19:06 PMWelcome and dibs on his boots!
Quote from: Lizzie on July 26, 2014, 10:30:39 PMHello and welcome Jinxed. Zdravstvuj!On your first note: Your previous experience was with what's known as "mudschool." Those are mostly for combat-oriented games, commonly known as "hack and slash" where the main focus is hunting and killing animals for experience and levels and loot.Armageddon doesn't have experience points, or levels, and skinning a critter doesn't result in finding treasure boxes. So that whole part of mudschool wouldn't exist here, it wouldn't make much sense.
Quote from: Lizzie on July 26, 2014, 10:30:39 PM learning how to use combat really is best done while you're in the game interacting.
Quote from: Lizzie on July 26, 2014, 10:30:39 PMFor colors: The game "supports ansi color." That means that it will be in whatever color you set it to on your game client. Some of us prefer it that way. Because I might not like red for my highlights. Maybe I prefer blue. Or maybe I don't like highlights at all. Or maybe I like mine black, but bolded. So the game doesn't force any specific colors on me, and instead lets me set my own (or not set any if I don't want to).
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Quote from: Delirium on August 04, 2014, 10:11:38 AMfuck authority smoke weed errydayoh and here's a free videogame.
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Quote from: Jinxed on July 27, 2014, 05:44:53 AMI started to use MUSH client. It was fairly easy to configure the color for "you" and "your", yet it is not as useful as I hoped - it simply highlights any mentionings of those words without prioritizing them by the type of actions.Yet I feel that it is possible to create a complex system of colored words, it is just not the same as I experienced on other project and not as comfortable to use.I also have a question about MUSH client - it appears that this particular client is not using the whole output window.As demonstrated on the following screenshot (no IC sensitive information is present), MUSH suddenly breaks the line in the middle of the screen and transfers it to the next line.I would like it to break the line only at the proper end of the window on the right - how can I do that?
Quote from: Fujikoma on July 28, 2014, 07:02:06 AMI learned to use all the emote symbols properly from mudsex.
Quote from: slvrmoontiger on July 28, 2014, 10:48:06 AMQuote from: Fujikoma on July 28, 2014, 07:02:06 AMI learned to use all the emote symbols properly from mudsex. LOL. Mudsex does force you to learn how to become quite creative with emotes, especially on which symbol to use in which instance. It can get confusing with all the different symbols to put before names or keywords. But it becomes second nature after a while. When I first started playing again after a 5 year break I printed off the chart in the help files of the symbols for emotes and I taped it right above my computer on the wall so I always saw it while playing. It only stayed there for a few months and then it became second nature. People adapt and learn and memorize stuff.
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