@epilanthanomai Okay, so I'm not sure how much theory you'll get, but you might want to check out Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine (now available on drivethrurpg.org). A friend told me of this several years ago and it might serve you here.
@epilanthanomai Okay, I understand better now. I think I have a bead on something that might be helpful but need to do some searching. Hold tight!
@epilanthanomai Mine might be dated too, but Amber is a completely diceless system. If you want a little more dice, Mage can be wonderfully narrative while still giving some structure.
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@epilanthanomai ::cries in Compiter Science generalist::
@epilanthanomai Ah, took a course on category theory... just wish the lecturer was more engaging.
@epilanthanomai Thank you! I'll check it out!
@nex3 Ain't that the damned truth.
@epilanthanomai I wish I knew. Never programmed a MUD but now I kinda want to. Is there a simple client/server package useful to get started or will one need to begin with network programming?
@roadriverrail Hehe, fantastic! Sadly my coding theory book is all xeroxes with no clues to title nor authorship. I know the graduate Springer text has a ton of codes but not sure if it sets up the theory well enough.
@roadriverrail Hippo Birdie to Ewe!
@epilanthanomai Hehehe, yeah. It's my go-to language for problems that are abstract and hard.
@epilanthanomai Yay for Haskell!
@epilanthanomai Uncanny leggings?
@epilanthanomai Oh, okay. That's a relief; I was beginning to wonder if the page was secretly judging me somehow. :)
@epilanthanomai I click "yes" and the warning page just reloads. :(
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