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MUD Output

Brief: Toggles between brief and verbose mode. Upon entering a room you get a brief message like you get with glance or a long description as you get with look. Brief cuts down on spam, but it also cuts down on the experience and makes for example questing very hard, although it is possible to use brief mode and "look", or verbose mode and "glance".

HUD: The in-game Heads Up Display, showing important things such as your current HP and GP. The HUD can either be pinned to the bottom of a fixed size display output, or emitted periodically as a single line in the output, depending on the value of the "linemode" option. A basic HUD configuration for new players:

hud on
hud on
hud char 4
hud rate 0
hud autoclear on
hud fighting on
hud hp numerical
hud linemode on
hud max xp on
hud toggle colouring

Monitor: Turns on or off a very simple version of the hud interface. It gives you basic info when in combat like your HPs and GPs. This is independent of and in addition to any HUD information displayed.

New_line: Toggles on and off the new lines you get after entering commands etc. In player combat, having new_line turned off will cut down on spam and make it easier to see what's going on.

Prompt: This command changes your prompt. Every time you enter a command your prompt will appear. It can display your current HPs or current time for example.

Rows and Cols: Use a number as the argument to set the number of rows and columns the mud will use for rendering text. This has an impact on things like the number of lines displayed when viewing a large help file, the size of the HUD window, or how many characters are displayed on a single line.

Term: This command will change the color set displayed. Please note your client program may override the colour settings. Popular terminal choices are "ansi" and "ansi-xterm".

Player Information

Chfn: Change the information displayed on your "finger" profile. To change your project and plan, use the "alias .project" or "alias .plan" commands.

Finger: Finger a player, immortal or domain to get some basic information. Try "finger (name) -p" for finger info on a player without the plan (which can be spammy).

Who: Lists visible immortals and all players online. Try "who -v" for a verbose list with titles.

Your Character

Armour: Displays the armours your character is wearing and related information. Use "armour -v" to see detailed information.

Inventory: Shows what items your character is carrying, including equipment.

Money: Various money commands are aviable. Try for example "money -v" for an overview of your carried coins and gems, as well as your savings in banks.

Meditate: Purges your built up tolerance for healing and rejuvenation effects. Know that this command is unavailable in combat, and you cannot do anything when you meditate, such as casting or moving.

Score: Shows basic information like your HP, max HP, Gp, Max Gp and so on. Try "score stats" for a brief list of your stats.

Sheet: Displays your race, guild, level, spell list and so on.

Soul list: Lists all the available souls. Souls are emote actions your character can perform, visible to anyone in the same room and targets, if any.

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