Tempora Heroica
Fantasy-themed MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) founded in 1993.
Ranked 585th of 808 worlds statistically.
Ranked 246th of 355 worlds in the Fantasy genre statistically.
Voted 478th on MUDConnector.Com.
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Db Size:
(Unknown)

Players Connected:
0 (3 days ago)

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

Version:
MUD

Average Connected:
0 (last 30 days)

Minimum Connected:
0 (last 30 days)
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Description
Tempora Heroica is a free-to-play, text-based online game known to most people as a MUD or multi-user dungeon. The mud has over ten years of development and has many things that distinguishes it from other online games, including a magic system based on Ars Magica and a detailed, well-written, scratch-built fantasy game world that has a quirky, small-town atmosphere and is filled with colorful players and NPCs. Tempora Heroica has several features to assist new and first-time players, Such as an expansive in-game help system that is constantly being updated and expanded and a on-demand mapping system that provides a 9x9 grid of the surrounding area. For players who enjoy diversity, TH has many races available for play: humans, halflings, giants, trolls, ogres, dwarves,...
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Language:
English [1] [2]

Codebase:
[Circlemud] Archipelago [1]
Unique - Archipelago [2]

Created:
1993 [2]

Location:
USA [1] [2]

Theme:
Original Fantasy [1]
Ars Magica Fantasy [2]

Category:
Medieval Fantasy [2]

Description:
Tempora Heroica is a free-to-play, text-based online game known to most people as a MUD or multi-user dungeon. The mud has over ten years of development and has many things that distinguishes it from other online games, including a magic system based on Ars Magica and a detailed, well-written, scratch-built fantasy game world that has a quirky, small-town atmosphere and is filled with colorful players and NPCs. Tempora Heroica has several features to assist new and first-time players, Such as an expansive in-game help system that is constantly being updated and expanded and a on-demand mapping system that provides a 9x9 grid of the surrounding area. For players who enjoy diversity, TH has many races available for play: humans, halflings, giants, trolls, ogres, gnomes, dwarves, goblins, elves, selkies, pixies, and brownies. Additionally, the experienced mudder that is looking for a new home will find play on TH rewarding. [1]
Tempora Heroica is a free-to-play, text-based online game known to most people as a MUD or multi-user dungeon. On the MUD, you can explore strange lands, meet colorful characters, and battle terrible monsters... all in the comfort of your own chair. The game is similar to Zork, but can support many players at once. More information is available on the Tempora Heroica website and in-game. [2]
Tempora Heroica is a role-playing environment one of the most creative and original muds available anywhere. Some of Tempora Heroica's many features include: clans, homes, mounts, ANSI color, aliases, mob programs, twelve distinct player races, enhanced directional emotes, dynamic socials, an Ars Magica spell system, original detailed areas, and seamless leveling without traditional player classes. Through the mud's classless and leveless gaining system, your character's will have the opportunity to train with a wide variety of weapons, study from a huge spell grimoire, and learn skills ranging from mundane skills such as begging and sewing, to highly specialized skills such as riding and turning undead. [3]

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Greetings wanderer, Sit down by my camp and let me offer you a drink while I tell you my tale. I have been playing in MUDS for many years now, and find it relaxing, next to playing I'm involved in alot of Tabletop rpg. It was a few years back that I stumbled upon the Ars Magicka rules book and I indulged myself to it's contents. After playing it alot our time grew less and less. To substitute I searched the web and finally ended up at 'Tempora Heroica' Not knowing what to expect I ventured forth and tried my luck. It's a peaceful place with many nice and kind players that helped me alot in the beginning. To my surprise I found many things similar to the tabletop game and I knew I had found what I had been searching. The game offers a large variety of playing choices: go for the fure fighters or try the all powerful true magus character, if you look for challenges you can always see if a giant magus or berserking pixie is something for you. The highest level a player can achieve is avatar hood, which enables you to make use of the goto command. It takes a bit of time, but the world is so large you'll be avatar before you have been everywhere I find the world invigorating and open to ideas, with a team of immortals who work hard to keep the place together and let it grow. So if you like mudding or like playing AD&D or Ars Magicka give it a try. Just connect using the above link or paste and use it in yer client. When you there look for me, cause I'll prolly be there drinking tea and having a chat and I'm always willing to lend a hand. Silvana
MudConnector.Com Review by on Jun 11, 2003