|What is a MUSH?|
|What does MUSH stand for?||
The term M.U.S.H. is an acronym, standing for "Multi-User Shared Hallucination." Basically, a MUSH is a program that sits on a host machine (swwfm.net). Since the machine is permanently connected to the internet, the MUSH program can be accessed by anyone with the internet address. We'll get to that in a minute....
|Basic MUSH Commands||
We have composed a list of basic MUSH commands to help players new to MUSHing figure out how to pose or say something on the MUSH. To get to the list, simply click HERE.
|Goals of SW:WFM|
|What are the Goals?||
Star Wars: Ways of the Force MUSH has several goals that are specific to it and may or may not be similar to those of other MUSHes. These goals are:
|Server Program and Version|
|What Server Program does the MUSH use?||
Star Wars: Ways of the Force MUSH runs PennMUSH version 1.7.7 patchlevel 28. The only good reason for this is that it's the first MUSH system I was ever introduced to, and the first one I learned to code in. PennMUSH is maintained by Alan Schwartz. Information is availbable on the PennMUSH Home Page
|How to Connect|
|Connecting to a MU*||
There is one basic way to connect to the MUSH (or any MU*): telnet. There are a number of programs (called "clients") that can overlay the telnet program, which may your interface with the MUSH easier to deal with than plain telnet. In either case, all you need to do is follow the instructions in the How do I connect? file and you'll be all set. We welcome new players of all types, so please, feel free to join us!