Armageddon is a highly modified DIKU
MUD, a form of multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG),
designed to provide a roleplaying experience in the
harsh desert world of Zalanthas. The game is entirely textual, providing
a coded backdrop in which players enact their characters' storylines.
Players are required to stay in character on the game, but chatting
about the game and its community takes place on the discussion boards. To get started, telnet to armageddon.org 4050
and create an account (the game is free). Once you have an account, you
can create a character and begin playing.
We strongly suggest that new players take
the time to review the wealth of documents describing the rich cultural
and historical detail of Zalanthas in order to help them design and
roleplay an interesting, compelling character. At the same time, we
invite current players to continue perusing the docs as new ones are
added and existing ones augmented, as well as to visit our bookstore,
which lists titles that have influenced the game and staff recommendations.
If you want to try the game before investing too much time in the
documentation, please read our Quickstart.
Player Helpers are also available to guide you through your first forays in Zalanthas.
This site serves as a central location for documentation
about the game and its world, as well as to provide an introduction for
users new to our environment.
We've included artwork, poetry and stories from both staff and
players depicting aspects of our harsh desert world, and welcome more.
Submissions, questions, and commentary should be sent to
Armageddon runs at armageddon.org 4050.
Armageddon last booted 3 days, 7 hours, 46 minutes and 3 seconds ago.
It is currently late afternoon on Huegel, the 129th day of the Low Sun
In the Year of Suk-krath's Defiance, year 54 of the 22nd Age
Current server time is : 06:05:47 PM
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