Monday, September 10, 2007

Back to Quarlesbank!

In the huge, multi-player online game I play, UrbanDead (http://www.urbandead.com), the horde of undead has finally swept from the NW corner of the map SE, and the suburb I usually "live" in is finally free of the living dead. My character is now holed up in a barricaded building, waiting for more survivors to come back so we can start to rebuild.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Baron VonSpicedrop said...

I am a fellow UD player and found your link near Calvert Mall. My character has been staying at the Cuss Arms in Judgewood for over a year now. http://www.urbandead.com/profile.cgi?id=546404

Glad to see you are taking a theologic approach to the UD. Mine is more communication based, ie. the UD as a social network and how we choose to act and behave with our characters in such an anonymous environment.

If you're ever in the Cuss Arms, say hello.

BTW, grey suburbs have always scared me more than the red ones.

7:35 PM  
Blogger KPaffenroth said...

Oh, yes, I think UrbanDead is all about social interaction. (It sure can't be about graphics or gameplay!) And darn if I don't meet a couple people a week who say "Dude - I read your book!" It's weird, in a cool way.

12:31 PM  

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