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7. Useful commands
7.1 For general help, type "help" and read the document through. Other
documents worth reading are "command" and "policy". Then type "info" and
read through information postings that have been made over time. This will
bring you up to date with what is happening on the MUD, and the key rules
7.2 In addition to processing all cardinal directions as movement commands
(eg. "north" or "west"), the MUD will recognise most usual MUDding
(a) "look" - type this to look at something;
(b) "say" - type this to say something to the room generally;
(c) "talk" - type this to say something to a specific person;
(d) "get" - use this to pick something up or to get something
from a container;
(e) "put" - use this to put something into a container or other
(f) "wear" - use this to equip an item;
(g) "remove" - use this to un-equip an item;
(h) "buy" - type this to buy items from a shop;
(i) "sell" - type this to sell items to a shop;
(j) "consider" - type this to assess the strength and
aggressiveness of a mobile;
(k) "kill" - self-explanatory. Use this to initiate combat;
(l) "cast" - type this to cast a spell; and
(m) "flee" - type this to flee from combat.
7.3 To find out more information about your character, type "score" which
brings up your character sheet. You can also "report" basic information
about yourself, which is broadcast in the room you are in.
7.4 As long as you are level 5 or lower, you can type "recall" at any time
and be brought back to a designated safe room in the continent you are
currently exploring. In the continent of Necromium, you will be brought to
the centre of Necromium City, which is Necromium Square.
7.5 To use your CPs towards increasing your skills and abilities, type
"train" at an appropriate place (ie. the guild dedicated to your class).
This will bring up the training menu for you to use.
7.6 To log out from the game, find an inn, and type "rent" at the
7.7 Typing "help" followed by a command will bring up the help file
associated with that command. The help file will contain more information
about the syntax required by the command.