Remembering Augury

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Please feel free to leave your memories of Augury (or Kuyan from the previous version of Masq) here!

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The best ST who ever wrote

I joined Masque on a whim, looking for RP but not sure what I wanted to do.

Augury taught me how good RP could really be. She became my friend OOC. She listened when I struggled. She provided guidance. And when the world around me just wasn't fun, she could take me somewhere else, to some harrowing adventure that would always work out in the end. I miss her.

-- A
21:52, 13 January 2020 (MST)

M said ...

Masq was my first real online game. I had a lot of fun and met a lot of awesome people, including Kuyan. (She'll always be Kuyan to me!) She was freaking amazing and taught me a lot.

-- M
08:33, 15 January 2020 (MST)

A good friend and a creative storyteller.

I met Augury as Kuyan, long ago in the Masqs first incarnation but I didnt really get to know her until much later. She was one of the most amazing people I have known, a very supportive friend during times that were very hard for me. She helped me work through some personal issues and gave me the most wonderful of distractions with the masq. My best mush memories are connected to her plots, stirring the pot and spreading chaos to make everything so much fun. I have missed her while I have been away and now I miss her even more now that she is gone.

-- Wren
16:30, 20 January 2020 (MST)


Augury helped me feel welcome on Masquerade for many years, not long after it reopened. That was a dark time in my life, but no matter what, she made me feel like I could belong on this MUSH. I will never forget what she has done for our community. Thank you, Augury, for being here with us.

-- Weston
07:45, 4 February 2020 (MST)


Augury was an amazing person, a supportive friend and a truly imaginative and brilliant writer who spent her free time fully devoted to those she staffed. She was one of a kind, a great friend and someone who will be forever missed.

-- Court
21:00, 2 April 2020 (MDT)