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MUDS Aren't dying

In this blog I'll talk about MUDS and how they compare to other MMORPG why they are better, worse, or compare. Things you can do in them, their strengths. Pretty much anything MUD related.

Author: farengar

Runewardens in MUDS. Getting started in Achaea

Posted by farengar Wednesday June 20 2012 at 12:17AM
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Okay! So today we can get your new Runewarden off in the realms of Achaea! You should make one now if you don't alread, so this guide can be more of use. The first thing you need to do is READ SIGN at portals, or find a different tutor and begin your learning.
This Article is relevant to the top MUD Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands. Try out the Runewarden class in it today!
 
Later in your Runewardens life, this is what it looks like to forge
You first buy your commodities
 
 
Then you put your commodities in your inventory and FORGE FOR <the weapon you want>
I recommend joining a House, all though this is not necessary. Houses are helpful because they can give you supplies for free, if not then very very cheap. But I have made it on my own a lot, it just takes more time. But now, that you are at your tutor. You will want to check SKILLS, and then AB <skill> to see how far you have learned. In runelore, I would learn until Jera. This is a very handy tattoo that makes you stronger. Then, after that I would learn 30 lessons in Fitness. This will help you recover endurance faster while hunting so you can hunt for longer periods of times. Then, I would put the rest of your lessons in Chivalry. 
 
 
After all this, you will need to find your sword. To do this, you should try and find someone else that knows about swords whether they are a runewarden, or not. You can do this by asking your city on CT, or House on HNT, or just walking around in cities and politely asking if anyone can help. If you don’t feel like doing this, you can find shortswords around in city shops. It is better to have someone with you that knows about swords and has WEAPONPROBE, because they can tell you which swords are good and which ones are rip offs. If you are nice, they may even pay for part or all of it. Once you have selected your sword, you can now hunt.
 
Hunting will be how you will gain most of your experience for awhile. It will be how you gain almost all your experience if you do not get into combat ever. When you get into combat, you will gain experience from adventurer kills and destroying rooms. For novice hunting, I suggest starting in Minia. I find things here are the easiest, and until you get the hang of things you can start hunting Lodi and Mt Gheldan until you are ejected at level 21. In Minia, I suggest starting in the Ember tower. You can get there I by portalling SE, to the Ivy Covered Archway and then heading SE E NE E and following the path until you can go IN. Here you can hunt hellcats and imps. You can hunt out all the hellcats and imps, and then sell them to the pygmy seamstress and pixie queen who are also on Minia. I’ll leave the rest up to you, but soon you can learn to forge, combat, and learn the rest in your skills! I think you will find the runelore class very rewarding.

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