New 'pwnedwhere' command introduced
met with general acclaim
This new feature allows easy tracking of reciprocal posterior exchanges: Players are now easily able to pull up a time/datestamped log of exactly where they got their asses handed to them.
"It's great," remarked one PK clan member earlier today, "I never used to be able to remember exactly where eight guys had jumped out of nowhere and whaled on me. Now I can look it up with one easy command."
Advanced options are also toggleable from the config command. Player can choose to automatically ignore any derisive tells sent to them following the pwning for a set period of time. Not only that, based on whatever skill or spell was used for the killing blow, the MUD can automatically generate Players are now easily able to pull up a time/datestamped log of exactly where they got their asses handed to them.a bitter, whiny note about how said skill is overpowered and needs to be nerfed to the board of the player's choosing. The level of scorn in the note can also be set to be directly proportionate to the tier difference between the players involved. Plans are in progress to allow automatic replies for other players pointing out how woefully uninformed the note is, allowing both sides more time to stealth-lurk in PK rooms.
"We're basically trying to make the pwning system work as smoothly and efficiently as possible," said a spokesman for the Wolf Administration, "With a bit of luck, we should be able to do away with the need for actual players within the next two to three years."
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