LuminariMUD is a unique MUD using Pathfinder/D20 rules and set in a fantasy world of heroes, villains and a world facing a threat that may destroy them all. The game is in an open state, but with plenty of development and world-refinement happening to improve and polish our game. With plenty of lore, and a world map of over 4 million rooms, there's a lot to explore and discover. We cater to PvE lovers and RP, with some PvP goodies coming down the pipe. Our crafting system is deep and allows for unique descriptions and stats you can decide on yourself. We have a GUI for Mudlet and also play well in other MUD clients. We highly encourage those who want to try us out to join our discord server as well. We hope to see you in game!

Introduction – Jordan

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    • #2166

      Hello everyone,

      As my name on here and the Luminari Mud is Jordan, I would like to give you a little background on me. I started playing D&D 3.5 when I was a senior in high school with some of friends of a friend. The synposis of my tabletop system experience is: D&D 3.5, 4.0(gamma world), Mutants of Mastermind 2nd Edition(3.5), Pathfinder, Star Wars: d20 Revised Edition, and White wolf. There might be some more systems, but I probably don’t remember.

      The next part of my introduction is what I do, I’m currently a builder on Luminari and help when I can in other things. I also build on Tbamud, but has been a long time since I have done anything with my current zone that I was assigned. Also I am college student with a couple of associate degrees in computer networking and computer security, hoping that I can finish up my bachelors degree in a short order of time so I can get a job in my field. I do have some experience in coding just not the experienced in C, but the languages that I do know are java and python. I hope one day that I can be as cool as Ornir and Zusuk with coding and doing other parts for the Luminari Mud.

      Hope to see you around the mud,


    • #2168

      Thanks for posting Jordan. We are glad to have you as a part of the team.

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