Player Commands

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Screenshot of the command overview of the server's homepage

Player commands help with troubleshooting, quickly switch additional information on/off or help find information.

They typically do not alter the game experience

(Sorry folks, no @autoloot, but with the exception of @autotrade as a well-known private server feature to keep a shop open when logging off.)

command abbreviation description
@commands Simply shows you which commands are available for you to use, making it a quick and easy reference that can be used in-game.
@time Shows you the game time. Useful for planning with friends on various international schedules or synchronizing your plans with in-game scheduled events and WoE.
@refresh Sometimes the game and client can get out of sync. Though rare, if your skills aren’t being cast or there seems to be rubber-banding, try using @refresh to realign your position with the server.
@showexp Track your experience in your chat window by using this command. The command provides accounting of all base and job experience received.
@showdelay Toggles the error text that appears in your chat UI when your skills are on cooldown. Each skill has a global cooldown that makes it impossible to spam skills.
@monsterinfo @mi Simply type in a monster name or ID after the command to look up the monster’s stats, experience reward, and items dropped.
@iteminfo @ii Gives information about items, including the NPC prices, weight, and whether shops can sell the item in question. Can be used with item names or ID numbers.
@whodrops Gives information about what monsters drop the searched for item. Simply type the item name or ID after the command and information about monster drops and rates will be listed.
@IDsearch Use a keyword to look up an item ID. Useful when used with other commands as often translations may not match the item name in the @mi or @ii databases.
@whereis Tells you the map(s) that searched for monsters’ spawn on along with how many are spawned. Useful for tracking certain monsters for items or quests.
@autotrade Use this command after opening a shop to close your game client but leave the shop open. The shop will close when you log back in or your items have all sold.
@whobuy This command can be used to search for items being bought by in-game (player) vendors. Gives back the coordinates of the buyer.
@whosell This command can be used to search for items being sold by in-game (player) vendors. Gives back the coordinates of the seller.

Note: to be extended with additional ingame-commands, such as /noks or /noshift, etc.

Some of the commands can be used un quick succession. For example:

@whodrops muffler --> @whereis sohee --> "OMG this will take too long" --> @whosells muffler --> *grabs wallet*