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Journal of the War Against the Mushroom

In early June of 1999, a small and petty man turned the world of gaming satire websites upside down with his remarkably unfunny approach to comedy, an approach which could only lead to bloodshed.  Before reading this ugly tale, you may wish to familiarize yourselves with the participants in this horrid drama…

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I received a missive regarding Musashi Versus the MAN in the wee wee hours of the 17th…

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Late as usual, but a quick update for those of you who haven’t been following the main page. Shame on you! Nighthawk got his account restored, although the tower was not replaced. This happened almost immediately after a protest rally was held at Castle British on Baja. A new story has been posted about this event.

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With the roadside revival tent business going downhill, Musashi decided that maybe he could make a difference for the WTFMAN? philosophy through some other means, like political activism.  Imagine his shock when he heard the news that avatar of WTFMAN? Nighthawk had been sentenced to exile from Sosaria on some very shaky grounds!  Ever curious to see what was happening, Mu ran off towards Castle British (minus his fake beard), and was greeted by someone shouting at him to dye his clothes red.  He then found a seat, wondering when the demonstration was happening, as someone named Ash recited poetry, obviously influenced by e.e. cummings, as indicated by the lack of capitalization.  Regardless, Musashi attempted to fit in as best as possible, joining the roleplaying-fest as he awaited the madness that would undoubtedly ensue when too many people sit around in the same place with nothing do do, as opposed to being spread out all over with nothing to do.

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Late last night, I got out of a really annoying Starcraft game to find several ICQ messages waiting for me from J., Nighthawk, Brules, etc., all saying the same thing… Nighthawk of the Joy of Villainy got banned. WTFMAN? Nighthawk was a notorious PK on Baja, but he was also a highly respected player, ran Joy of Villainy extremely well after Warik stopped running it, and has even been featured in a story by an amazingly popular author! 8P OK, this is strange enough, but then an hour after he is penalty boxed, his tower insta-decays? This not only hoses him, but everyone else who was using the tower for storage and living quarters. (I logged in my Baja ghost after I got the messages, and the area is picked clean. I later found out that the stuff was rescued by Jesus H. Christ, NH’s roommate.) The full story is posted on Joy of Villainy, with some screenshots of GM Boo and Nighthawk in jail.

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The spirit of the infamous UO lawsuit lives on, and it seems a revival is taking place. First, go check out the story on Dr. TwisTer (UO section) about someone taking OSI to small claims court for having his account banned. There’s not a lot of material here, so it’s unclear whether or not he violated the TOS, but it seems legitimate from a legal standpoint.

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Roleplay a guy who paid full price for an expansion pack.

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Turn-based exploration/exploitation of an asteroid field around a binary star. Supports up to 40 players over TCP/IP who wish to spend 1 hour per turn in order to move a scout ship.

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Turn-based combat and realtime resource management. Kill and capture aliens and sell off laser pistols.

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Hire and command a squad of mercenaries on a variety of missions. Kill, detonate, rescue, destroy, try not to go broke, listen to great commentary.

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