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The Players Guide is download-able as a PDF here, and is easy to read but not up to date, this a MUSH side Presentation of the players guide, in its RAW text format. This is the most easily updated and so will usually be the most up to date.

Thank you Kaylee, for providing the Players Guide, with out it we would surely not be where we are today.


So here's how it is:

Earth-that was got used up.

We found a new solar system and used terraforming technology, making hundreds of new Earths. The Central Planets formed the Alliance and decided that everyone should unite under their rule. The distant Rim Planets tried to stop them. After the war, those that fought and lost drifted to the edges, away from the control of the Alliance.

Out on the Rim, a Captain's goal was simple.

Find a crew.
Find a job.
Keep Flyin'.

Welcome to Serenity: The Firefly Mush.

"Take my love, take my land, take me where I cannot stand
I don't care, I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me
Take me out into the Black, tell 'em I ain't comin' back
Burn the land and boil the sea, you can't take the sky from me
There's no place I can be, since I found Serenity,
But you can't take the sky from me."
- The Ballad of Serenity (Written by Joss Whedon)

Author's Note

Now, before we get started, it's only fair to warn you that for the sake of clarity, this guide's going to be written from the standpoint of someone who's never played on a Mush a day in their life. So if you come across bits and pieces of stuff you already know by heart, please be patient. Figure the more everyone understands the better off we'll all be. Thanks.

For those of you this actually applies to, let's get a few things out of the way. From time to time, you'll come across some funny looking text with ='s <>'s and the occasional +.

Here's a couple of examples:

+attack <target> at <value>
page <player>=<message>

The <>'s are place holders, telling you what should go into the space. In this case, a target's name or a player's name and whatever text you want to send. The +'s and ='s you do have to type in, they're part of the command. Another symbol you'll see is @, and that one's part of a command as well. As to what the commands actually means, well, let's just go on and find out.

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