Re: Multiple Mud

From: Patrick J. Dughi (dughi@IMAXX.NET)
Date: 08/19/97

> >  What I am curious about, is if anyone has seen or done any multi-mud
> >interaction? I can't think of an easy way to describe what I am thinking
> >of, but the easiest example of what I am thinking would be of a world
> >with multiple dimensions, each dimension being a different MUD, thereby
> >having its own unique feel.
> >  I can think of dozens of problems that would arise in such an
> >undertaking, but it could be very interesting for players (switching
> >dimensions where they might find an NPC of themselves, events in one MUD
> >affecting those of another...many things).
> >  So, has anyone ever seen anything of this sort?

        If I rememebr right there was a quite agressive coder who was
trying to create a mud composed of worlds - each world was based on a
different life-form, and in each one, you had levels and status relative
to that world.  There was a small amount of interaction between the
worlds, but for the most part, they were seperate.  You might want to look
in the index/archives for these letters, or try and locate that coder who
implemented it.


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