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[quote] On 02-08-2008 15:50, Zalagar wrote: MUD2.com and I go back a long way. I was there back in late 1997, back during the days when it was active and thriving and there were very few resets where there weren't active players. After a while, I got burned out, and took a sabbatical. Unfortunately, Wireplay caused a signifigant drop in the membership, and .com has never really recovered from that. In more recent years, .com has had the feel of an old pub, coffee shop, pizza place, or whatever that you used to hang around with your friends ... only those friends have long since moved on and found other places to hang out at. .com really hasn't been promoted much. While the people here at .co.uk have gone the extra mile with their websites, and keeping them updated, updates to the .com web site have been few and far between, adding to the 'abandoned' feel of the place. I'd say .com has enough problems WITHOUT someone deliberately trying to chase people off of it. And there are better ways of encouraging people to play at .co.uk than that. Laura/Zalagar
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