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* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: One of the most {{egregious}} examples ever seen. In order to use freeform emotes/poses, which you can take for granted on pretty much any other [[MultiUserDungeon MUD]] ever written, you need to amass 100 roleplaying points. A very good character may earn one or maybe two RPP per week, if they're lucky. You do the math.

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* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: One of the most {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} examples ever seen. In order to use freeform emotes/poses, which you can take for granted on pretty much any other [[MultiUserDungeon MUD]] ever written, you need to amass 100 roleplaying points. A very good character may earn one or maybe two RPP per week, if they're lucky. You do the math.


* CrystalDragonJesus: The Church of Sikkar, complete with paladins and KnightsTemplar.

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* CrystalDragonJesus: The Church of Sikkar, complete with paladins and KnightsTemplar.knights templar.

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* MassiveRaceSelection: Over ''80'' races, counting the NewGamePlus races.


* {{Alt-itis}}



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* {{Homage}}: Dan Shive of ElGoonishShive once played RetroMud (though does not anymore), and made a series of strips about the game.

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* {{Homage}}: Dan Shive of ElGoonishShive Webcomic/ElGoonishShive once played RetroMud (though does not anymore), and made a series of strips about the game.


* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: One of the most [[TVTropesWikiDrinkingGame egregious]] examples ever seen. In order to use freeform emotes/poses, which you can take for granted on pretty much any other [[MultiUserDungeon MUD]] ever written, you need to amass 100 roleplaying points. A very good character may earn one or maybe two RPP per week, if they're lucky. You do the math.

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* YouHaveResearchedBreathing: One of the most [[TVTropesWikiDrinkingGame egregious]] {{egregious}} examples ever seen. In order to use freeform emotes/poses, which you can take for granted on pretty much any other [[MultiUserDungeon MUD]] ever written, you need to amass 100 roleplaying points. A very good character may earn one or maybe two RPP per week, if they're lucky. You do the math.

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* HardWorkHardlyWorks: A major complaint among Fallen and Paladins, who can apply points earned by killing NPC monsters to improve their sword or shield. Going from a brand new sword or shield to a maxed out one takes about two years of hard play, and at the end, what you have is less powerful than items any newbie can buy after a few weeks of farming.


* DeathIsCheap: Depending on how you decide to get back to life, it can be relatively cheap or very expensive to return to life. The most you can (usually) lose in one death is 500k to a million (depending on which flavor of resurrection you accept). In comparison, a high level player will have spent upwards of 100 (or even 200) million or more in levels alone, never mind skills and spells.

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* DeathIsCheap: Depending on how you decide to get back to life, it can be relatively cheap or very expensive to return to life. The most you can (usually) lose in one death is 500k to a million (depending on which flavor of resurrection you accept). In comparison, a high level player will have spent upwards of 100 (or even 200) million or more in levels alone, never mind skills and spells.


* DeathIsCheap: Depending on how you decide to get back to life, it can be relatively cheap or very expensive to return to life. The most you can (usually) lose in one death is 500k to a million (depending on which flavor of resurrection you accept). In comparison, a high level player will have spent upwards of 100 (or even 200) million or more.

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* DeathIsCheap: Depending on how you decide to get back to life, it can be relatively cheap or very expensive to return to life. The most you can (usually) lose in one death is 500k to a million (depending on which flavor of resurrection you accept). In comparison, a high level player will have spent upwards of 100 (or even 200) million or more.more in levels alone, never mind skills and spells.

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