Re: Triggers and the ilk

From: The Mighty Mighty Bosstone (skaking@HOTMAIL.COM)
Date: 06/25/98

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>From: Cracked Egg <dontfearthereaper@DEATHSDOOR.COM>
>Subject:       Triggers and the ilk
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>I've been on the circlemud list for a while now, and by power of
>observation I can tell that you are one of the most, if not the most,
>knowledgable person on the list, and I dont want to flame everyone when
>can probably get my problem solved this way.  I've been working a lot
>triggers (we use trigedit instead of mobprogs on my mud) and i've made
>few really impressive ones with what I know.  What i'm leading up to
is, do
>you know of any web sites or guides that deal with making triggers with
>Also, I have a list of variables and syntax for use with mobprogs, do
>have one for trigedit?
>I appreciate any help.  Thanks.

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