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Wayfarer's Wurm Adventure

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Wurm Unlimited is an RPG MMO game that takes place in a medieval setting. It involves crafting, building, adventuring, terraforming, and much more in an open sandbox framework. The Wayfarer Project has a hosted Wurm Unlimited server that is free to play on. TWP hosts a video series that includes tutorials on how to play the game and some of the exciting adventures and builds that the players on the server get up to. If you decide that you like Wurm, you may join the server and either play on your own or take part in the video series as oyu wish.

The video series is for current players of Wurm as well as those thinking about playing Wurm and/or are new to the game. The Wayfarer Project Wurm server is a server open to members of the public who wish to be invited on. The invitation policy is just to make sure that folks who wish to join are in agreement with the PVE gameplay and are willing to be harmonious with the other players. In this episode, Wayfarer gives the viewer a tour of the server.

This server uses the adventure map, but has PVP disabled so that it is really a player versus environment server. The starting kingdoms give players some resources, quests, and hidden items to explore and search for. If you wish to join us on the server, please leave a comment and Wayfarer will get back to you.

The players ont he server understand that it is a player vs. enfironment (PVE) server. As such, players do not fight each other nor destroy each other's creations and buildings. As a result, all of the players on the server choose to live in harmony with one another. There are enough dangers int he world of Wurm without there being any need to fight or grief each other. There are plenty of computer-generated bad guys out there to make life interesting!

Wayfarer's Wurm Adventure

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2Lips

In this inaugural episode of 2lips as a series on philosophy and the study of the human experience, Mauu & Wayfarer engage in some thought experiments. Also known as "thought paradoxes," thought experiments are a way for the beginning student of philosophy to confront some issues that bring to bear concepts such as morality, human existence, and the value of both. In many of these experiments, there isn't a definite right or wrong answer, but rather a decision one makes that needs to be justified. In these justifications, one will inevitably bring morality and one's personal view on morality into the picture. These decisions are designed to be difficult such that one's morality is stretched and one needs to think deeply in order to claim some sort of justification for his or her decision.

The backdrop for this philosophical discussion is provided by The Wayfarer Project Wurm Server. For more on Wurm, please see The Wayfarer Project's series, Wayfarer's Wurm Adventure.

Please see the 2lips series page for more.

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