The Almost-Complete List of MUSHes: F - J
- Fantasia MUSH: located at betz.biostr.washington.edu 4201.
- A loosely themed social MUSH of moderate size. Character registration is
required; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Firestorm MUSH: located at earth.execpc.com 7000.
- (4/25/95) A new under-construction MUSH which is evidently
intended to have a fantasy theme, but at the moment is simply a place
where people hangout. It is currently registration-only; email
email@example.com for a character.
- FluxMUSH: located at vogue.anyland.com 6250.
- (5/20/95) In a time that has seen many execrable White Wolf
MUSHes, it has been difficult to state with certainty that any one given
MUSHes is significantly worse than the others. With the advent of FluxMUSH,
however, this is no longer the case -- this is clearly the worst of the crop,
in terms of sheer shoddiness of quality, in an increasing competitive genre
that has long since begun to stress at least the semblance of quality.
One begins one's entry into the MUSH by reading, of course, 'news theme',
which begins with the following paragraph: "Flux MUSH is a different type
of Mush in that it allows for Multiple realities that are Simutaniously
played by the PCs to interact with each other by means of some
scientific/Natural disaster." Should one somehow manage to comprehend
that, one can wade through the rest of the news, which is a morass of
mispellings, grammatical errors, typos, random capitalization, and
passages that would horrify a second-grade teacher. What are these
realities? We're told, "There are an infinite ammount of realities in
teh FLUX Universe. This does not mean that all of the realities are
accessable from the reality your currently in, it simply means that
ANYTHING is possible." The worlds include the, "MOdern WOrld", the
"Anchient World", and the "Tech World". The first is centered around
Phoenix, Arizona. Further perusal is almost not necessary; it's set
up to look fairly typically World of Darkness, but at a sort of
- FreeNarnia: located at narnia.fandom-house.org 6250.
One of the split-offs from the original NarniaMUSH. Review forthcoming.
- fruitMUSH: located at fruit.mush.org 7333.
It has a home page.
- Full Circle: located at physdec.physics.wsu.edu 6969.
World of Darkness, in the fictional city of New Hope on the coast of
Florida. It has a
page. Review forthcoming.
- Future Realms MUSH: located at dendrite.synapse-group.com 1701.
- A MUSH with a Star Trek theme. Since its opening on January 1, 1995,
this game has grown quite rapidly; there are ships for the major Empires,
and a great deal of code for a wide variety of things.
- GarouMUSH: located at cesium.clock.org 7000.
- Based on White Wolf's Werewolf: The Apocalypse
roleplaying game. Registration for the game requires a character concept;
registration information and requests for the introductory documentation should
be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of "dice" to resolve situations is rare; emphasis is placed upon
storytelling. More information is available from its
home page, and one of
its players maintains an excellent
- GlobalMUSH: located at lancelot.cif.rochester.edu 4201.
- A MUSH with a global "theme", where almost anything goes.
- Gohs: located at computel.com 9999.
- (10/18/94) An original world, heavy in detail, based on, among
other things, the ancient Aztec civilization. Gohs is a single city, and all
roleplay centers upon activities in that city. The game's administrators
apparently have a near-neurotic obsession with coding everything which can
possibly be coded.
- Guardians MUX : located at jitter.rahul.net 4205.
- (10/18/94) This is an original-themed roleplaying MUSH with a
background of time travel. More information is available on its
- HellMUSH: located at babylon.acusd.edu 4444.
- (5/17/95) This is a roleplaying MUSH, based on the idea of the
war of the heavens, exemplified in such books such as Dante's Divine
Comedy, Milton's Paradise Lost, and Brust's To Rule in
Hell. Players take on the role of immortals, in an environment which
is mostly based upon a consent system of negotiation. This is a highly
revamped version of the old Pandemonium MUSH. You can find out more from
its home page.
- ImageCastle MUSH: located at fogey.stanford.edu 4201.
- A medieval-themed MUSH, a relaxed roleplaying environment with strong
social aspects. Still relatively small. An administrative schism occurred,
splitting this MUSH into two MUSHes; please see the entry on Castle D'Image
MUSH, for details.
- Imbris: located at sun1.lrz-muenchen.de 6250.
- (4/29/95) This is a German-language MUSH, with a modified
server displaying the common messages in German rather than English. It
is, otherwise, a relatively typical-looking small social MUSH.
- Incarnations MUSH: located at lumley.cais.com 4201.
- (last successful connect 5/28/95)
Based on the seven novels of Piers Anthony's Incarnations of
Immortality, this MUSH is set in a modern-day San Francisco where both
technology and magic work. It is a fairly small MUSH.
- Jurassic Weyr: located at adamwest.ins.cwru.edu 6250.
- (10/20/94) A very small MUSH, with a setting of a single Weyr and
Hold on an island in the middle of the ocean, in Anne McCaffrey's Pern world.
This is, in theory, a politics-free place for people to roleplay in a
relaxed manner; it's a retirement home of sorts for some of the Pern "dinos"
(hence the name). It has a motto of, "No twinks, no jerks, no weenies."
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Lydia Leong / email@example.com / November 1st, 1995