[BlackAngel] Interesting article of note

edited January 2003 in General Discussion

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  • edited December 1969
    Hello again from the silent wastelands beyond CPHL and Mythdom...or whatever passes for your current entertainment. It's been a while, and from time to time I have fond memories of doing battle with most of you, whether it be on the fields or in the forums.

    Anyways, an interesting link:

    http://www.avidgamers.com/Library/archfiend.h1.html

    Here is a snippet:

    "Probably the longest full scale war in Utopian history occurred this round. Larroke had a friend named Dolsi killed by what he and most other players considered a group of obvious multis (a person / group that had warred with an alliance called Clan Plaid who came from Myth 2 in the previous round). This group of multis included two top 50 provinces and had around 12 total provinces that worked in concert. The multi (who was rumored to be the White Knight) had thief specialists, Magic specialists, and lots of military accounts. They would all attack in unison with devastating effect."

    Utopia was a fun side project, but I thought you guys would see some humor in the fact that #CP#...if anything the most anti-cheating gaming group in history...is written up as a bunch of cheaters by a clueless "historian". :)

    Take care, guys...those of you with the time or impulse are free to write me at the e-mail I have listed. Especially those of you with Sharky names. ;)
  • edited December 1969
    Re: Interesting article of note

    Utopia was a fun side project, but I thought you guys would see
    some humor in the fact that #CP#...if anything the most
    anti-cheating gaming group in history...is written up as a bunch
    of cheaters by a clueless "historian". :)

    Reading the quote, I get the impression that he's calling the group we fought against, not us, cheaters.

    I actually made a brief foray back into Utopia recently... it just doesn't have the same charm that it did so long ago.

    -Eye
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