Quote: "Amiga had subscription gaming?"
it wasn't an Amiga game, per se. anyone with a modem could connect via the 800 number (or then-infantile internet) and play much like connecting to a BBS which there were still plenty of since the internet was just becoming a thing.
i paid the $3.60/hr to connect to their network using the 800 # vs using the internet since it (the internet) was ~1/2 as fast (then, priced @ $1.80/hr).
it was amazing at the time where friends and i had all left our home town (area), and any chance of continuing AD&D campaigns. with Legends, we were able to further the adventure.
one fond memory from the game was that you could skin
any/many? creatures that you had slain, and craft something from said skin. then, with the touch
instruction, a local message would be "broadcast" describing what you had touched. so, my cohort and i would hang with others in the town square and occasionally offer something like "Jebu touches his kitten skin gloves" as part of the conversation. good times