YorMUSH
Adult-themed MUSH (Multi-User Shared Hallucination) founded in 2009.
Ranked 60th of 753 worlds statistically.
Ranked 5th of 18 worlds in the Adult genre statistically.
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Db Size:
657

Players Connected:
27 (20 minutes ago)

Maximum Connected:
31 (last 30 days)
Status:
UP

Version:
PennMUSH 1.8.5p7

Average Connected:
27 (last 60 days)

Minimum Connected:
22 (last 30 days)
Connection Screen
Welcome to YorMUX
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  YorMUX chronicles the world of Yor, which starts out as a simple, small
  area where the players are deposited. It is a cross-dimensional world
  where characters from different media(or of the player's creation) can meet
  and interact, as well as to help build a place to live and explore the
  world's quirks.

  This is primarily a community-driven effort, but conflict between characters
  is inevitable. This is also an Adults-only game due to mature themes, and
  no players under 18(or 21 in some areas) will be allowed. If you would like
  to participate, please login and take a look around. We are still small but 
  growing quickly, and more quality roleplayers are welcome.

  "connect <name> <password>" connects you to an existing character.
  "connect guest" connects you to a guest account if one is prepared.
  "create <name> <password>" creates a new character.

  "WHO" tells you who is logged in to the game (case sensitive).
  "QUIT" exits the game and saves your character.

  Once logged on, "help" gives help on specific commands, functions, and
  special topics.  Other 'help' commands include "+help" and "news".

  To see if a name is free, log on as Guest and try "+alias <name>"
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Description
YorMUSH is a MUSH founded on the simple idea floated around one day: throw a bunch of characters into a world with no infrastructure, and what would they do? It is in many ways a deconstruction of the typical hero, as the skills of the usual heroic character are not nearly as useful without players getting more creative and drawing upon a more varied background. The game uses an inbuilt Rating system to help keep adult activities from interfering with more general RP. It is a crossworlds MUSH allowing both original creations and media characters(mostly from anime), with a confirmation process to categorize canonicity. Initial access to materials and equipment is limited, but can be expanded through the activities of the community a...
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Language:
English [1]

Created:
August, 2009 [1]

Theme:
adults-only, crossworlds, building [1]

Location:
USA [1]

Codebase:
[MUX] PennMUSH 1.8 [1]

Description:
YorMUSH is a MUSH founded on the simple idea floated around one day: throw a bunch of characters into a world with no infrastructure, and what would they do? It is in many ways a deconstruction of the typical hero, as the skills of the usual heroic character are not nearly as useful without players getting more creative and drawing upon a more varied background. The game uses an inbuilt Rating system to help keep adult activities from interfering with more general RP. It is a crossworlds MUSH allowing both original creations and media characters(mostly from anime), with a confirmation process to categorize canonicity. Initial access to materials and equipment is limited, but can be expanded through the activities of the community as a group effort. Eventually the goal is to have a functional, player-run town or two with an organized attempt to explore more of the world, when the MUSH will move on to Phase Two. This is a fairly experimental project for the admins, so there may be some adjustment and new code is still added frequently. The current incarnation is playable and open to new players, however. [1]

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