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Author Topic: Next Dragon's Tale session: Friday, Oct 15, 2:00 PM EDT (GMT-0400)  (Read 975 times)
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October 14, 2010, 09:01:38 PM

The last session was small, but much fun. It's especially cool being able to "meet" fellow Bitcoiners. We'll do the next one tomorrow:

  Friday, Oct 15, 2:00 PM EDT (GMT-0400) until 3:30

If you haven't tried Dragon's Tale, it's a Casino MMORPG that I'm building: Everything that you see, everything that you touch, you can bet on, either individually, or with friends. There are no traditional casino games in Dragon's Tale: No dice, no card games, no roulette wheels. However, you may come across a coconut tree and shake it: Between 2 and 20 coconuts fall; if an odd number fall, you'll double your bet.

You may climb a mountain and discover a bench next to an ornate table. In the middle of the table is a lever. Pull the lever and 5 fireworks shells launch on the other side of town: If 3 of the shells match, you win some Bitcoins. If 4 or 5 match, then the jackpot can get quite large, nearly 300 BTC for some combinations.

Or you may come across a humble garden. Grab a shovel and dig -  it turns out that the soil is rich with Bitcoins, and finding successive bundles will double, triple or more your winnings. Jackpots in the 100's of BTC are possible.

Everything takes place in a 3D persistant world powered by the same technology that runs A Tale in the Desert. If fact, for now, the way to get into Dragon's Tale is to download the ATITD client software, and when you launch it, select "Dragon's Tale" rather than "A Tale in the Desert." The client can be found on our website:

Also, you will need some Bitcoins to join the session. Bring as many or as few as you'd like.

I play the character "Di" - Looking forward to seeing everyone once again!


Dragon's Tale is the longest running Bitcoin enterprise in the world.
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