The advantage of online gaming is that there are almost always other people available to interact with, any time of day. Online gaming was particularly useful to me when I was moving frequently and wanted to communicate with people I already knew. I no longer roleplay online, but I am still is touch with many of the good friends I originally met through some of the following roleplaying environments.
TooMush (cesium.clock.org 6666)
- TooMush Characters:
is sort of a character. TooMush is a mostly out of character mush. She's a plant, she's a person.
SouCon (soucon.silvertree.com 4201)
- SouCon Characters:
is Cove Hold's Lady Holder.
She's the daughter of Calindy RNayr (PC), the now retired steward of the hold.
Her father is a bronze dragonrider named N'then (NPC) at
Igen Weyr up north and elder brother to Tris' predecessor
as Holder of Cove, Lord Bretten.
is a Journeyman Glasscrafter at Cove Hold. He is Tris' younger brother. He used to be one of my characters but
he is now played by someone else.
recently retired from the Craftmastership of the Farmcraft. Her mother, Keilin, is the
long-term herb gardener at Island River Hold, while her father,
Elyan Fethiron, was a wandering harper who stayed not even a turn with
her mother. Her daughter (by Piet) is Ayla.
, housemaid to the holder
family of Monaco Bay, was the epitome of efficiency.
With demure politeness and a lively, but deferential, attitude,
she could get away with murder. As an excessively competent
housemaid, she managed to mind the family youngsters, clean
the holder's home, prepare light snacks, and handle bookkeeping
and anything else the family needed without batting an eye.
Consequently she all but ended up running the hold as the young
holder, Kierany, because increasingly caught up in the happiness
of her newfound love for Ursii.
's father was Lord
Southern, about 90 turns ago, with her eldest brother the holder following him. She moved to Seminole Hold where she built a good life for herself
and her husband, and worked for turns on end as Seminole's Steward. She was appointed Lady Southern by the Holder's Conclave, but died of the shock within the candlemark. Lord Garant and Lady Samira succeeded her.
is a master
harper on Soucon, once assigned to Monaco Bay hold and the
Eastern Riding. She was my first on line character,
created in February, 1993.
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PernMush (telnet pern.mccr.org 4201)
- PernMush Characters:
is the now grown
rider of Willow Stream Blue Rheath at Igen Weyr
originally created as a seven turn old girl abandoned
at the weyr, where she was taken in and adopted by
Tilani, turns before her adopted mother became a
gold rider. Aisha, who succeeded Tilani as the
headwoman at Igen, became her foster mother
when Tilani impressed. At
thirteen turns of age, she impressed Rheath and is
now posted to the Sunstroke wing at Igen.
is a retired Master
Tailor. Way back when, Zelez helped Lenore
restart the vitality of the Weavercraft
in a time when its membership and activity was
severely flagging. After she rose to journeyman
status, she was posted to Ista Weyr, where she lived happily
for many turns, along with her lifemate Mikal, their
daughter Kimzel, and her foster daughter Luna.
Now retired, she's back at the hall, devoted to her
work and occassionally helping out with the up and coming
next generation of weavers.
- Other Online Characters:
Other characters... (Those who never had much of a life, are
long gone, or were tangential to begin with, but are
worth mentioning nevertheless.)
was the Master Harper on
Belior Rising. A friend once did a drop-dead gorgeous
picture of her. Usually my characters are much more normal looking!
kept a firebird named Glysse on
IEC. The bird enlivened the castle corridors now and again for
a few years.
was on DragonMud. I alway
rather liked having a character named that.
- Kevrel, Peri, Eugenie, Coriander, Fennel,
Khever, Syrna, Evaia... the list of past characters go on. Many were
experimental characters who never developed, either because their
mush was never active when I went to look, or because their
character concept did not, in the end, prove a successful one.