Ephemera
World of Darkness-themed MUX (Multi-User eXperience) that closed in 2008.
Address:

Db Size:
2861

Players Connected:
(N/A)

Maximum Connected:
(Unknown)
Status:
DEAD (10 years)

Version:
MUX 2.2.11.68

Average Connected:
0 (final estimate)

Minimum Connected:
(Unknown)
Description
Ephemera is a World of Darkness game set in the fictional city of Erin's Vale, Washington. From the corporate struggle downtown, to the small ghost stories in an old pub, it can all be found in Erin's Vale. * A small and knowledgeable staff base that believes in good stories as well as communication. * Full support for Changelings, Shifters, Mage, Mortal, and Mortal+ spheres. Additional character races will be considered. * There is a focus on individual character development. Players are encouraged to @mail in tinyplot seeds as well as set information on themselves for future tinyplot use. Every player should eventually have a story or plot that at least partially focuses on their character. So, why don't you come take a look? Ephemera is a small game, just now opening up to the public, but beliefs are strong and 'old gaming styles' are firmly clung onto.
- MUSH Warehouse (2006)

Theme:
World of Darkness [1]

Codebase:
MUX 2.2.11.68 [1]

Description:
Ephemera is a World of Darkness game set in the fictional city of Erin's Vale, Washington. From the corporate struggle downtown, to the small ghost stories in an old pub, it can all be found in Erin's Vale. * A small and knowledgeable staff base that believes in good stories as well as communication. * Full support for Changelings, Shifters, Mage, Mortal, and Mortal+ spheres. Additional character races will be considered. * There is a focus on individual character development. Players are encouraged to @mail in tinyplot seeds as well as set information on themselves for future tinyplot use. Every player should eventually have a story or plot that at least partially focuses on their character. So, why don't you come take a look? Ephemera is a small game, just now opening up to the public, but beliefs are strong and 'old gaming styles' are firmly clung onto. [1]

  1. The MUSH Warehouse