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03:47:29 AM Dec 10th 2010
I'm a little dubious on the Other Space entry having a partial plot summary when at best the others have vague capsule descriptions.

Not going to just maverick remove it on my own but, food for thought?
11:38:42 AM Dec 26th 2010
edited by ChibiKibou
I kind of agree.. in fact I'm going to cut it down to something comparable to the other entries.

Please, whoever put it in, feel free to make a trope page for Other Space. Hell, by the sound of it, Other Space deserves a page of its own. I know I'll be checking it out when I get back from this Christmas gathering.

For that matter, I think all these places deserve their own pages. MU*'s are one of the most dynamic storytelling forms around and appropriate pages should be really interesting to go through.

Have pasted original entry below, for reference:

  • OtherSpace: One of the longest-running MUSHes (online since 1998), OS is self-described as a space opera/science fantasy interactive saga. Notable for having had 17 game-wide story arcs (plus hundreds of more localized ones) and for being willing to completely alter the structure of the game in order to keep the story going: since 1998, the game has gone from being set several hundred years into the future, to being set on a spaceship full of refugees (yes, the whole game was on one ship. For a *year*.), to being a thousand years in the future, to having the universe crack and start to break around the players. During this time, wars have been fought; planets have been destroyed or otherwise made uninhabitable; systems have been ravaged; Jupiter got turned into a sun; and people have been Touched by Vorlons. Most recently, the universe broke, tossing people from every era another thousand years ahead. Other Space has something of a reputation for elitism, but this is just a side-effect of highly literate, enthusiastic roleplayers who desire quality in their RP; they're quite newbie-friendly. They have a wiki.
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