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Discworld MUD On Twitter, posted on Fri Nov 13 15:08:12 2009
Posted by: Taffyd
Category: Special
Discworld is currently automatically syndicating all creator blog entries to twitter, accessible via the #discworldmud tag. Feel free to link your own Discworld MUD related tweets with #discworldmud. You can also follow the user "discworldmud".

If you have any ideas for future twitter integration, or have other feedback (such as "Wow, what a stupid idea!") then please mail them to me.

Thieves' Guild Licences, posted on Sun Nov 8 02:42:52 2009
Posted by: Kaylar
Category: Guilds
Thieves can now get wearable licences from Elusive Ron. Only the higher level licences have this option, and you can choose for it to be worn as a badge or as a necklace. (say I'd like a special necklace licence please)

You can still get the special licences in non-wearable form by asking for them as you usually would. All commands can be used with necklace licences while worn, but badge licences have some limitations for commands involving reading.

Kick Kicking, posted on Sat Nov 7 20:01:09 2009
Posted by: Drakkos
Category: Guilds
Warriors guild trainers will now teach punch and kick to suitable candidates. It may take a reboot for this change to rattle through the game.

Hell's Kitchen, posted on Sat Nov 7 16:17:00 2009
Posted by: Drakkos
Category: Guilds
The Hell's Kitchen achievement now gives the title 'Chef', YOU MUPPETS.

Scrabbling, posted on Mon Nov 2 10:18:56 2009
Posted by: Carmine
Category: Mudlib

I just wanted to let you know that I've been fixing the Scrabble boardgame to bring it more in line with roundworld rules.

The game will now end when someone plays their last tile (and there are no tiles left in the bag). Other players' remaining tiles will be deducted from their score and added to the player who went out. The game can also end if everyone passes. In this case, remaining tiles are deducted from all players' scores.

You can now discard a selection of the letters in your ha...

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