Miriani
Sci-Fi-themed MOO (MUD, Object-Oriented) founded in 2006.
Ranked 43rd of 702 worlds statistically.
Ranked 2nd of 23 worlds in the Sci-Fi genre statistically.
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Players Connected:
37 (58 minutes ago)

Maximum Connected:
55 (last 30 days)
Status:
UP

Version:
Modified LambdaMOO 1.8.3

Average Connected:
35 (last 30 days)

Minimum Connected:
22 (last 30 days)
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Description
With terraforming becoming a popular event, much of the galaxy is occupied in the year 2395. The humans have divided themselves into three alliances, mostly based on strict political ideals. Even after a long-lasting bloody war against the aggresive alien species designated WEH-83D, renamed Praelor, the people are still divided. Space travel through wormholes is as common as air travel was in the 20th century, and it's rare for a person not to own a ship and bounce from planet to planet at their leisure, for there is much to do in Miriani. From shopping for clothes to hauling asteroids for cash to space combat missions for experience, few find themselves with nothing to do. Gaining the experience of small combat is for...
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Language:
English [1] [2] [3] [4]

Created:
October, 2006 [1]
2006 [2] [3]

Codebase:
Heavily modified LambdaMOO [1]
MOO [2]
LambdaMOO 1.8.4+toastsoft.45 [3]

Category:
Futuristic [2]
RPG [4]

Genre:
Science Fiction [3]

Location:
USA [1] [2]

Server Type:
MOO [1]

Theme:
Space [1]
Space Exploration/Conquest [2]

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MOO [3]

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With terraforming becoming a popular event, much of the galaxy is occupied in the year 2395. The humans have divided themselves into three alliances, mostly based on strict political ideals. Even after a long-lasting bloody war against the aggresive alien species designated WEH-83D, renamed Praelor, the people are still divided. Space travel through wormholes is as common as air travel was in the 20th century, and it's rare for a person not to own a ship and bounce from planet to planet at their leisure, for there is much to do in Miriani. From shopping for clothes to hauling asteroids for cash to space combat missions for experience, few find themselves with nothing to do. Gaining the experience of small combat is essential for young pilots, because there is always talk of the Praelor returning to claim Miriani space as their own. Vicious creatures that will let nothing stand in their way, the Praelor have little regard for lives that are not their own. Will you be a pilot brave enough to get scratched up, sacrifice a ship and some sanity? Miriani is now in open-beta. Anyone can join and create a character. Once complete, Miriani will be a MOO with a rich backstory, beautiful and original planets to explore, and many fun ways to earn credits or points. So come check us out! Make some friends, make some enemies and just generally have a good time. We have very active and friendly staff who are willing to answer all of your questions and help you get started. [1]
Despite a long-lasting and bloody war with the insectoid Praelor race, humanity remains divided. Three major alliances, each based on strict political ideals, have risen to dominant power. The AIE, explorers at heart, believe that humanity's efforts should be directed toward dominating the stars. The Hale Collective asserts that science and technology should be paramount, focusing their efforts purely on researching and developing new technologies, some wonderful and some terrible. The third and final alliance, the Commonwealth, hold that humanity has become too violent and fragmented and should concentrate on improving the species before technological or territorial expansion. With terraforming becoming a popular event, much of the galaxy has been colonized. Faster than light travel through wormholes makes starships as common in the year 2357 as automobiles were in the 20th century. Those with a pilot's license are free to bounce around from planet to planet at their leisure, taking part in any number of activities along the way. Space provides countless opportunities for salvage operations, hauling asteroids, engaging in battles with aliens and other humans, discovering alien artifacts, exploring uncharted worlds, or even shopping in one of the hundreds of shopping establishments that have cropped up on colony worlds. Humanity's foray into the stars has yielded powerful and blood-thirsty enemies, wondrous new technologies, and even given rise to three new empires. What will you find when you venture out into the unknown? [2]

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If you've ever watched, read, or even thought about space, space ships, and all the excitement and peril that goes with them, you'll love Miriani. You are thrown into a galaxy where anything goes. You can become a feared pirate, a cheerful author, or photographer, an archaeologist, or defend the galaxy by fighting off the Praelor, and their biological ships. This is the most gripping MUD I've ever played. Within two months, I've climbed up the piloting ranks, and I now run dangerous missions into Praelor space with my 6-person destroyer Alice II, with any crew who has the stomach for fast and furious space battle. But fighting is not all there is to it. I have friends who do nothing but dig in the various archaeology sites for evidence of lost civilizations, write books or just have fun. The game is heavily into RP, but for those who aren't into that kind of thing, no problem. Own your own ship, or in a private room, with everyone's consent, you can talk as out of character as you like, so there's no pressure. Hope to see you on there, look up Cray, and I'll show you the ropes (and the technology, and the action). -- Cray Matkowski.
MudConnector.Com Review by on Jun 30, 2011
Miriani is a futuristic space combat MOO. It is set approximately 350ish years in the future. The basic point of the game is, you are a pilot and you need to acquire license points and money to get better ships/etc. There are many activities to do on Miriani, including but not limited to: asteroid hauling, archaeology, artifact hunting (deep space exploration), atmospheric salvaging, couriering, combat missions, mail deliveries, passenger transports, planetary mining, planetary surveying, space salvaging, trading and more. The playerbase of the game is rather robust for a text based game (25-70 players on at all times.) which is hard to find these days. Also there are several active hosts always working on improving the game. There is a dedicated server for the game and I have never seen a crash. The code is stable and I have not seen any dramatic bugs. Socially the gave is very diverse and vibrant. There are power gamers who are constantly doing activities to improve their characters. There are socialites who hang out in their house or apartment and have social gatherings or parties. There are also player versus player oriented players who like to cause trouble. You can basically choose to do and act however you wish, the game is roleplay enforced. Player versus player combat generally involves ship on ship combat, however there are also droids, drones and stun weapons which you can use to give other players stun-time. You can basically attack anyone else's ships in space pretty much anywhere. However, it is fairly easy to defend oneself, so its not very hard to hold onto your ships. There are three alliances with a loose diplomacy system. There have been wars and many in-character events run by the hosts. Currently there is a storyline with an ancient, thought to be defunct alliance called the Confederation of Terran Nations running. If you are looking for a great futuristic roleplaying environment with a lot of great features and a lot of awesome players, check... Read More
MudConnector.Com Review by on Jul 23, 2008
Do you like being stunned, stranded on a distant planet, and extorted for money? Then this MOO is for you! There are NO LAWS and the strong can do whatever they please. You'll never become strong though so accept your fate as the slave of whoever stuns you.
MudConnector.Com Review by on Apr 16, 2008
Miriani can be a lot of fun, and there are quite a few nice people on the game to talk to and help you along. There is a large problem with griefing on the game however, which the staff are quite happy to ignore. There is a group of these griefing players who will try to extort money from you in order for them to leave you alone. If you refuse to be extorted, you will be stunned for at least twenty minutes and unable to do anything. That's if you're lucky. It's highly likely that they will keep you stranded in their ship for up to five hours. If griefing and the unwillingness to police griefers doesn't matter to you, then you should try out Miriani. If you only have a limited amount of time to play and don't want to be unable to do anything for twenty minutes to five hours, you might want to give it a miss.
MudConnector.Com Review by on Feb 12, 2008
As a player who has been in the server since it began, let us remember it was inspired after SC. Theoretically, the writer of this review threatened with writing a negative remark on the game after ICly opposing the organization verbally and spreading bad propaganda on it. Furthermore, the amount of money requested could be acquired in no less than 20 minutes for the quickest players in the game.
MudConnector.Com Review by on Feb 26, 2008
Miriani is a Space oriented MUD, which is based on the MOO codes. I've played here since it opened, the moo is based on old Star Conquest MOO (1998-2005?) The moo is oriented to players be piloting starships on grid like space. Space combat is not spammy like other MOOS. Space is 3D, but it will not seem like it to anyone using the ships. Pilots start out with money for their first ship. In order to get larger ships, pilot points & combat points have to be earned. The worlds of Miriani are very detailed, but still work in progress. There many things to do, mining (atmospheric & asteroid), couriering, deep space exploration for artifacts, & doing missions against aliens. The moo is designed somewhat to get players to work together regardles of what faction they belong to. Though rarely do faction go to full blown war against one another. It still beta so its still being worked out. Moo at current time (10/2007) is highly populated with near 30-40 people on busy nite. There is socializing here as again, being in character is important. I've enjoyed myself here, i know some of folks here from previous Squidsoft MOOs that were producted (Star Conquest, GalaxyWeb, & etc). This moo can be rather tough on people, especially the immature. This moo is designed to be Player vs Player, as well as non-player related things. From Shipwrecking players, stunning players, and also ship-jacking. This is not normally done to newbies, but it can be unsettling if one is not used having players attacking one another. One must be reminded that players in character do it. However. the majority of players are fair and will help out someone in need. Overall, its is fun and lively play to MUD if you're into scifi, combat and enjoy socializing in character.
MudConnector.Com Review by on Oct 7, 2007