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|Realmsmud - MUD Description|
|One of the oldest LPmuds, founded June 1991 Realmsmud is a large LP based MUD. There are over 60 different areas to explore for players ranging from level 1 to level 99. The standard rooms
of the 3.2.1 lib have long since been replaced by a new city with multiple landscapes surrounding it, including forests, mountains, and even an ocean.
Beyond the vast amount of rooms to explore, Realmsmud has 10 guilds and nine races available. Player killing is strictly optional, and not allowed until a player has progressed through several levels. Realmsmud also offers 20 quests for players to complete. The quests range in difficulty, and are given a point value to indicate just how difficult each are. Quests are optional unless a player wishes to attempt becoming a wizard.
Tradeskills have been added to Realmsmud, giving players the option of creating weapons and armor. Blacksmithing, Jewelcraft, and Leathercraft are already available, and several more are in the development stages. There is not a level restriction for joining a trade.
We have also introduced Global Storage which gives players the opportunity to store a restricted number of items over reboot.
Feel free to drop in on us. New players will enter the game at Central Park (CP) after going through the brief character creation process. A new player will also be set to a temporary guild called "Adventurer". To help new players get acclimated to Realmsmud, they are given a chat line to ask questions on. Volunteer players above level 15, called newbie helpers,
are online to answer any questions that a player might have about the mud.
It is recommended that players join a guild as soon as possible. Once that player has joined a new guild, that player will gain access to the guild's storage rooms. Other members of the guild will probably help new players get started if nothing is available in storage, provided they are asked nicely, of course.