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Reinos de Leyenda (Realms of Legend) is a Spanish MUD set in the fictional universe Eirea, influenced sagas as Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms and The Lord of the Rings. It belongs to the branch of architecture-based MUDs LPMud.

History[edit | edit source]

The game was officially opened to the public in April 1996 as part of the late pusa1 project of the University of Valencia. The libraries also Bodhisattvas calls were freely modified translation of open source libraries Final Realms.

Remained closed since August 2002 until January 2003 on grounds administrativos2 and after reopening premiered a new version of the libraries that introduced major changes to the game mechanics.

Following the demolition in February 2008 that housed the campus server, 3 game pusa project took off and went to a private environment managed by the developers of the MUD.

The World[edit | edit source]

The scenario of the game is the multiverse and Eirea namesake planet, whose genesis was conducted by an entity called Baldrick. This multiverse is subject to the will of a large pantheon of deidades5 that covers the full spectrum of possible alignments. In the world there are two continents (Dalaensar and Naggrung) and various archipelagos, which are structured into various realms or domains, usually associated with citizenship or population center.

Chronology[edit | edit source]

The first was called Age of Birth, were created different races that inhabit the realms, the product of the ambitions and interests of the primeval gods [1] and whose clashes resulted in the War of the Gods. [2]

The second was known as the Era of Virtue', hosted the first series of the MUD, which ran from opening until its temporary closure. A cataclysm [3] marked the climax and end of that era and ushered in the third era, known as 'The Dark Years. This event marked a drastic change in the pantheon of gods and had a major impact on the geography and the kingdoms of the world. [4]

The fourth was called the Renaissance for the welfare and balance achieved in most realms, began in April 2008 [5]

Game Mode[edit | edit source]

The game mechanics are reminiscent stores in its most basic of Dungeons & Dragons.

As in other MMORPG s, players control a character created at will that interacts with its environment, with Non-player and other players (still possible the Player versus player); may explore, missions and develop their own role in depth, whose interpretation is mandatory. All actions have an impact on society, history and economics of the game.

The aspects that determine the role of a character are race, sub-race, class, citizenship, and craft guild.

Races[edit | edit source]

Breeds eligible players are: Drow, Duergar, Elf, Dwarf, Gnoll, Gnome, Goblin, Halfling, Man-lizard, Human, Kobold, Minotaur, Orc, Orgo, Semi -Drow, Half-Elf, Half Orc and Uruk-hai.

Classes[edit | edit source]

Classes are structured types and their access is restricted depending on which combination of race, citizenship and religion is chosen to start the game:

  • Rogues: Bard, Thief, and Mage-thief.
  • Knights: Antipaladín, Renegade Knight and Paladin
  • Hunters: Explorer, Ranger, Marksman and Yver'adhras.
  • Wizards: Abjurador, Magician, Conjurer, Enchanter, Evoker, Illusionist, Magician, Mage Renegade, Rune Mage, Necromancer and Transmutor.
  • Fighters: Barbarian, Gragbadûr Impaler, Nivrim Guard, goblinoid Warrior, Raider, Khazad Dûm uzbad, Lancero Aranäe and Soldier.
  • Priests, Shaman, Druid, Monk, Priest Eralie, Nirve Priest, Priest, Rogue, Priest and Priest Velian Seldar.

Technical description[edit | edit source]

The game works with a driver FluffOS RL 2.18-highly modified to support PostgreSQL and characteristics of the Spanish language. Libraries, Pusa 2.1 are proprietary software.

Technical performance[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "First Era". Eireapedia.
  2. {{cite web | author = | publisher = Eireapedia | title = First Era: The War
  3. {{cite web | author = | publisher = Eireapedia | title = The
  4. "[http:/ / / pedia / Tercera_Era Third Age]". Eireapedia (30/10/2008). Retrieved on 10/26/2009.
  5. {{cite web | author = | publisher = Eireapedia | title = Fourth web | author = Ignizar | publisher = | title = The disappearance of black cube. Who and what was what and is now part of the game.

External links[edit | edit source]

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