Just out of curiosity, is anyone else from here on FurryMUCK?
FurryMUCK is one of the oldest and largest non-combat MUD-style games in existence. It was founded in 1990 as an online gathering place for furry fans to meet and socialize in a virtual role-playing environment. Over time, FurryMUCK has become one of the central focal points for furry fandom, with a user base consisting of several thousand, with over 450 users usually signed on simultaneously.
Many furry fans state that their first exposure to furry fandom came from FurryMUCK. Many of the more popular phrases of furry jargon, including "yiff", "scritch", and "idle" stem from this virtual environment.
Faukx said:Ehm, i have been on furcadia for a while. but i didn't like it.
But furry and rpg is still a good combi
TORA said:I used to be on FurryMUCK until I had no fast internet anymore.
Cyberskunk said:I'm on FurryMUCK, but I'm not active there like I used to be. If you'd like some sense of direction in leaving the park, you could do
wa 1 #n
or maybe wa 1
or maybe wa
or maybe wa #dir
The first one would show all rooms that have been set to display themselves on a list when there is at least one person in them, and give the people's names if they're allowing it. 'wa' will show set rooms but default to only showing rooms with a minimum of two people. Sometimes, rooms set with wa will list the descriptions in the wa command, and sometimes you'll need to do wa #dir for directions.
Meh, I prefer exploring randomly, when I get the urge to explore at all.
What's your name on FM? Mine's the same as here.