Reset Password
Existing players used to logging in with their character name and moo password must signup for a website account.
- ReeferMadness 5m May the bridges I burn light the way.
- Leudo 42s
- hex37 17s
- Amiga 1m
- LegerdemainMouse 32s always sleepy zzzzz
- adrognik 13s
- Atheran 1m
- Grig 51s
- JakeyBoy 50m
- Veleth 15s
- MrJDucky2 3h
a Mench 3m Doing a bit of everything.
- Sulfurado 25m
- SoulTune 23m
- KalopsiaTwilight 2m
- GrimButterCat 2m
- deskoft 12m
- Dystopia2102 1m
- sukebug 3s
- Baguette 49s bitchmade
- RedProtokoll 13m
- CookieJarvis 4m
- BCingyou 6s
- Wonderland 2m
- fopsy 47s
- asdronin 19h
And 31 more hiding and/or disguised
Connect to Sindome @ moo.sindome.org:5555 or just Play Now
So after some lengthy experience with messes... I think there probably needs to be some tweaking to the system.

Frequency:

It's a lot. If you are in charge of messes in a location, you are likely spending far more of your time on that then you are for your actual coded job. It becomes a daily grind that's more drudgery than it is enjoyable.

Jobs:

There are a couple of jobs which deal with this, and based on how fast they turn over people, players likely are not enjoying them. Additionally some of the related jobs are near impossible to fill because no one wants to do them. I love the concept, but if there are no players who want to do this, there's likely a reason.

Time:

If you use someone else to handle your messes, then there is an additional time burden placed to manage that. It's substantial and seems to fall on roles that already have a lot of daily activity which can drive to player burnout.

So because of the amount of messes and the tedium in handling them on a daily basis. I'm not sure the frequency is making this a system that adds to the game in the way that was intended. Perhaps lowering it significantly would still make it necessary to have people in those roles, but not make it more of a time sink than many other roles in the game.

I like the topside/mixer interactions that it promotes. I think that the system itself offers a lot of opportunities. I just think that perhaps the frequency that they appear is likely tuned WAY too high. Currently, people do not seem to want the jobs associated with messes even though they seem to offer some unique abilities to interact between players.