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MUD +‎ -head



mudhead (plural mudheads)

  1. (computing, slang, rare) A dedicated participant in multi-user dungeons.
    • 1997, Stuart Berg Flexner, Anne H. Soukhanov, Speaking Freely, page 72:
      [] true mudheads sometimes spent so much time at it that they lost jobs, alienated friends, and failed to obtain academic degrees in the quest to attain wizard status.
    • 2016, Jeffery Deaver, The Blue Nowhere, page 104:
      “Is anybody still playing it now? On the Internet, I mean.”
      “I doubt it. Real MUDheads were so offended by it that they sabotaged the games and spammed the players []