“Flip a coin?” – What one of the heads of BurP told me when I asked a very serious question that would determine my character’s emotions and reaction to a great degree based on the answer.
Basically, BurP is The Inquisition: Legacy version 0.3.
It’s much smaller, has fewer players, fewer GOOD players, fewer areas, fewer commands, far fewer help files, far less helpful help files, listed help files that aren’t actually there, things that are important that are nowhere in basic help files (so that you’d have to stumble upon them accidentally, or be lucky enough to have an experienced player tell you them…since they’re not told with any frequency at creation to new players), etc, etc, etc…
So if you like The Inquisition: Legacy, but think it’s just too well set-up, well-ordered, well-helped, and well-played, BurP is the game for you.
And I’m saying this as an active player with 70+ hours.
Oh, and here are some quotes (altered only to protect anonymity):
X tells you, ‘I wish I could promote you to (extremely high position)’
Y nods his head, “Yes.” he says, dropping his arms. “Evreything happened just as she said.” he explains, then offers, with a thin smile. “She was ready to throw down her life in service to me, and the Lord Dav. I believe she may prove to be a very good Knight.” he says, looking up at you. “And give her my reccomendation.”
One other person said they “couldn’t wait to RP” with me again.
“I’ll just say it, when this one becomes a squire…” Z points at you, “I’d like to take her under my wing, as it were. In fact, I insist.”
Written 5/15/15, approximately 3:10 PM EST.
Status as of then: Active, no complaints against, 70+ hours played.
Reason for not playing anymore?
Well, certain people have a tendency to go afk without typing afk for like 20 minutes, come back, type (smile), then go afk for like 20 minutes again.
Yes, I LEFT…I was still welcome. It just…became more interesting to write stuff like this than to play the game.
Eh…C’est La Vie.