GRRLGAMER: "I came upon M&B about a year and a half ago when it consisted of a 'drill instructor' tutorial, a small map of a city and castle on the coast, a few gangs of bandits running around the wilderness, a plotted quest involving something about killing a bandit leader in exchange for a shield, and a slave master who would buy captured bandits. There was a lot of bandit stuff going on. There were also a few towns that you could ride through that were mysteriously empty, but looked like they could be really nice if you added some stuff to do or some signs of life, like New Jersey. And so on. There was real-time combat, most of it involving bandits, and often involving people on horses, and (at least in my early experience) you would usually lose."