Pretty fun to play around with for a bit.
As much as I love modern games, I have to admit I sort of miss some of the classics like TradeWars 2002 and L.O.R.D.
That census also contains some of the more popular servers you might play LoGD on. However, even LoGD is getting a bit old and development stopped a few years ago. There are two modern forks being worked on that I am aware of. The first gets rid of backward compatibility and is more ambitious: https://github.com/lotgd/core
The second is backwards compatible and allows all the many modules developed for LoGD to be used: https://github.com/stephenKise/Legend-of-the-Green-Dragon
http://www.durismud.com/ or telnet to mud.durismud.com 7777
Sometimes the Internet is a wonderful place! Not always, but there's still a lot of good stuff around.
I'd like to have Desqview though for more than one node and that is one piece of software I have not been able to keep.
See http://telnetbbsguide.com/ (seems to be being funky right now) or self plug! https://xibalba.l33t.codes/
The Wonderful WiFi232: BBSing Has Never Been Easier | https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14481296 (June 2017)
Just the day before yesterday, I discovered that CNet could send a user out on a Telnet, which opened up the world of DOS Doors through Gamesvr.