Must Know

Common Commands: Below are the commands you can use for various things in the game.

  • [abilitynames – Turns on/off the special weapon ability names next to the appropriate icons.
  • [afk – Turns on/off the notification to others that you are away from keyboard.
  • [bandother – Bandage other command.
  • [bandself – Bandage self command.
  • [c – Initiates the chat system.
  • [corpse – Helps one find their remains.
  • [e – Opens the emote options.
  • [evil – Turns on/off the evil flavor the game provides (see end).
  • [loot – Automatically take certain items from common dungeon chests or corpses and put them in your backpack.
  • [magicgate – Helps one find the nearest magical gate.
  • [motd – Opens the message of the day.
  • [password – Change your account password.
  • [private – Turns on/off detailed messages of your journey for the town crier.
  • [oriental – Turns on/off the oriental flavor the game provides (see end).
  • [quests – Opens a scroll to show certain quest events.
  • [sad – Opens the weapon’s special abilities.
  • [sheathe – Turns on/off the feature to sheathe your weapon when not in battle.
  • [skill – Shows you what each skill is used for.
  • [statistics – Shows you some statistics of the server.

Area Difficulty Levels: When you enter many dangerous areas, there will be a message to you that you entered a particular area. There may be a level of difficulty shown in parenthesis, that will give you an indication on the difficulty of the area. Below are the descriptions for each level.

  • – Easy (Not much of a challenge)
  • – Normal (An average level of
  • challenge)
  • – Difficult (A tad more difficult)
  • – Challenging (You will probably
  • run away alot)
  • – Hard (You will probably die alot)
  • – Deadly (I dare you)

Skill Titles: You can set your default title for your character. Although you may be a Grandmaster Driven, you may want your title to reflect your Apprentice Wizard title instead. This is how you set it…

Type the ‘[SkillName’ command followed by the name of the skill you want to set as your default. Make sure you surround the skill name in quotes and all lowercase. Example…

  • [SkillName \animal taming\

If you want the game to manage your character’s title, simply use the same command with a skill name of \clear\.

Reagent Counters: Below are the commands you can use to watch your reagent quantities as you travel. These are horizontal bars that will show the quantities of the reagents you are carrying. These quantities are not in real time, and must be manually refreshed when you need to. You can make a macro to these commands and use them to refresh the amounts, or you can can simply right click on the bar to refresh the quantities as well.

  • [mreagents – Opens the magery reagent bar.
  • [nreagents – Opens the necromaner reagent bar.
  • [creagents – Closes all reagent bars.

Magic Toolbars: Below are the commands you can use to manage magic toolbars that might help you play better.

  • [magespell1 – Opens the 1st mage spell bar editor.
  • [magespell2 – Opens the 2nd mage spell bar editor.
  • [magespell3 – Opens the 3rd mage spell bar editor.
  • [magespell4 – Opens the 4th mage spell bar editor.

 

  • [necrospell1 – Opens the 1st necromancer spell bar editor.
  • [necrospell2 – Opens the 2nd necromancer spell bar editor.

 

  • [chivalryspell1 – Opens the 1st chivalry spell bar editor.
  • [chivalryspell2 – Opens the 2nd chivalry spell bar editor.

 

  • [bardsong1 – Opens the 1st bard song bar editor.
  • [bardsong2 – Opens the 2nd bard song bar editor.

 

  • [magetool1 – Opens the 1st mage spell bar.
  • [magetool2 – Opens the 2nd mage spell bar.
  • [magetool3 – Opens the 3rd mage spell bar.
  • [magetool4 – Opens the 4th mage spell bar.

 

  • [necrotool1 – Opens the 1st necromancer spell bar.
  • [necrotool2 – Opens the 2nd necromancer spell bar.
  • [chivalrytool1 – Opens the 1st chivalry spell bar.
  • [chivalrytool2 – Opens the 2nd chivalry spell bar.

 

  • [bardtool1 – Opens the 1st bard song bar.
  • [bardtool2 – Opens the 2nd bard song bar.

 

  • [mageclose1 – Closes the 1st mage spell bar.
  • [mageclose2 – Closes the 2nd mage spell bar.
  • [mageclose3 – Closes the 3rd mage spell bar.
  • [mageclose4 – Closes the 4th mage spell bar.

 

  • [necroclose1 – Closes the 1st necromancer spell bar.
  • [necroclose2 – Closes the 2nd necromancer spell bar.

 

  • [chivalryclose1 – Closes the 1st chivalry spell bar.
  • [chivalryclose2 – Closes the 2nd chivalry spell bar.

 

  • [bardclose1 – Closes the 1st bard song bar.
  • [bardclose2 – Closes the 2nd bard song bar.

 

Music: There is many different pieces of classic music in the game, and they play depending on areas you visit. Some of the music is from the original game, but there are some pieces from the older Ultima games. There are also some pieces from computer games in the 1990’s, but they really fit the theme when traveling the land. You can choose to listen to them, or change the music you are listening to when exploring the world. Keep in mind that when you change the music, and you enter a new area, the default music for that area will play and you may have to change your music again. Also keep in mind that your game client will want to play the song for a few seconds before allowing a switch of new music. You can use the below command to open a window that allows you to choose a song to play. Almost all of them play in a loop, where there are three that do not and are marked with an asterisk. There are two pages of songs to choose from so use the top arrow to go back and forth to each screen. When your music begins to play, then press the OKAY button to exit the screen. Although an unnecessary function, it does give you some control over the music in the game.

  • [music – Opens the music player.

The below command will simply toggle your music preference to play a different set of music in the dungeons. When turned on, it will play music you normally hear when traveling the land, instead of the music commonly played in dungeons.

  • [musical – Sets the default dungeon music.

Evil Style: There is an evil element to the game that some want to participate in. With classes such as Necromancers, some players may want to travel a world with this flavor added. This particular setting allows you to toggle between regular and evil flavors. When in the evil mode, some of the treasure you will find will often have a name that fits in the evil style. When you stay within negative karma, skill titles will change for you as well, but not all. Look over the book of skill titles (found within the game world) to see which titles will change based on karma. Some of the relics you will find may also have this style, to perhaps decorate a home in this fashion. This option can be turned off and on at any time. You cannot have evil and oriental play modes on at the same time.

  • [evil – Turns on/off the evil flavor the game provides.

Oriental Style: There is an oriental element to the game that most do not want to participate in. With classes such as Ninja and Samurai, some players may want to travel a world with this flavor added. This particular setting allows you to toggle between fantasy and oriental. When in the oriental mode, much of the treasure you will find will be of chinese or japenese historical origins. These types of items will most times be named to match the style. Items that once belonged to someone, will often have a name that fits in the oriental style. Some of the skill titles will change for you as well, but not all. Look over the book of skill titles (found within the game world) to see which titles will change based on this play style. Some of the relics and artwork you will find will also have this style, to perhaps decorate a home in this fashion. This option can be turned off and on at any time. You cannot have evil and oriental play modes on at the same time.

  • [oriental – Turns on/off the oriental flavor the game provides.