The last time I heard of Busiek doing anything was in the early 90s! That's a long-ass G.R. Martin-like break he's taking. :)
He has done a lot of Astro city stuff volume three went from 2013 to 2016 but you should really read every scrap of Astro City if you have not and like Busiek. that started late 90s and did a long run on the Avengers 98-2002 and the first hunk of Thunderbolts Starting in 1997-2000. All three of these are good reading and fairly easy to find collected editions of
He also did a fairly long run on Superman starting 2006 though I did not read that one so cannot comment on quality.
Okay, so with Potato, when you first open it, you'll see the standard kind of stuff at the top. Just click on File>Address Book. This will open up a new window within Potato. Click New World from the selection of items towards the bottom. It will pop up another dialogue window. Add in the Name section "DC Rebirth" or whatever you want to call the game. Then in the Host section type dcrebirthmux.com. In the Port section, type in 2001. Click Okay. On the Address book window, click close.
You're ready to connect to DC Rebirth, at that point. So, just click File>Connect To>DC Rebirth. You don't have a character yet, so you won't have anything to save for a character. Just click "No Character".
You'll see the log in screen of the game. It will prompt you for your name and password. You'll see three options here. Just type "connect guest" and press return. This will bring you onto the game as a guest. In the first room, I think you'll have to type "I agree" and that will bring you into the nexus room where you can talk to us on game and we can go over some commands with you and talk about what characters we have available and what you're interested in doing.
@Bob IIRC It's been around since the mid to late 90's. It shut down at one point but reopened later (same owner, though). Unfortunately, it's pretty much your standard "report-filing simulation". It's set in an alternate timeline and bears only passing resemblance to anything you would probably recognize as canon Star Trek.
It's also a MOO, not MUSH, in case that matters to you.
If you ever need to know my I say, personally, you both make chars on FandL and battle it out in the streets so we can all watch.... Please? I haven't had a Battle Royale in... oh, heh, it's only been a day. Still, come on in.
If I could staff for anyone and knew wikidot, I would offer. Wikidot is somewhat different in some pretty important ways from mediawiki, from what I gather.
If you need some help with css, and have someone who decides to fill that role with basic knowledge for wikidot requirements, do feel free to poke me in PM at any time (and they're welcome to do the same) if there's anything I can be of help with.
Not all the things I wanted to do with it got done before I set it aside, but if there is something there that looks useful to you that you'd like to implement for your game, I'm happy to talk to whoever your wikidot-savvy staffperson is to try to figure out if it can be done for wikidot and ideally can get it done. I just ask that if there are templates/a nice setup/etc. that comes from it, please be willing to 'pass it on' and share the code with others as well. :)
@Jennkryst There's no XP cap anymore. They got rid of that shortly after the time people started hitting it. There's a limit on how much free/auto xp you get. But that's not really the same thing. @derp What custom stuff? The only thing that might be considered custom is that they allowed/converted some 1st edition merits for use in the game. And do you really want to have PCs v PCs at war? And the number of scenes where people are charging headfirst into a battle with Seers has been like... 3 maybe. It seems like maybe you got caught up into someone's rabble rousing ICly even though things don't really go down like that. And if they do, it is few and far between. The "war" is mostly negotiating, looking for allies, finding objects and info that could help against the Seers, that kind of thing. Straight up fights are rare. So there's a little something for everyone.