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  • #91
    Originally posted by AshrammIX View Post
    @hp doesn't work anymore? or do i have the command wrong?
    @hps

    Don't forget the s.
    Flamboyant

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    • #92
      What's the command for tending or diagnosing someone "thoroughly"? The one where you get a longer roundtime, but you find out more detailed information about what's wrong with the patient.

      I can't seem to remember, and haven't been able to find it on the forums or wiki.
      [Success: 95, Roll: 5] Pharse swings a cestus-covered fist sideways, lashing out at you with the blades of his weapon, but misses. You use the broad head of your short whip to knock aside the attack with a brute-force swat.

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      • #93
        Diagnose?...
        .

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Irisa View Post
          What's the command for tending or diagnosing someone "thoroughly"? The one where you get a longer roundtime, but you find out more detailed information about what's wrong with the patient.

          I can't seem to remember, and haven't been able to find it on the forums or wiki.
          diagnose thorough <person>

          It's NOT thoroughly.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by ToothlessRebel View Post

            diagnose thorough <person>

            It's NOT thoroughly.
            Managed to figure it out: tend <person> thorough. Thanks for the tip about not using thoroughLY
            [Success: 95, Roll: 5] Pharse swings a cestus-covered fist sideways, lashing out at you with the blades of his weapon, but misses. You use the broad head of your short whip to knock aside the attack with a brute-force swat.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Irisa View Post

              Managed to figure it out: tend <person> thorough. Thanks for the tip about not using thoroughLY
              Bleh, you're right. Been a while since I used it and wasn't in game to try it. Sorry I got it wrong. That's embarrassing for me.

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              • #97
                What is the command to see who is approached to you and whatnot? Think it shows stunned too.

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                • #98
                  AC .

                  (Don't forget the period.)

                  What's the command to extinguish a campfire?

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                  • #99
                    bury the hole it's in.

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                    • Originally posted by Elowynn View Post
                      AC .

                      (Don't forget the period.)

                      I've been using the dot (.) more lately. Sharing some additional examples here in case others find them useful. There are probably other places this could save you from having to type a lot.

                      targ .
                      Sets you up to target any other creature/NPC in the area. Useful when hunting alone. Probably not good if you're hunting with other PCs.

                      get . from corpse
                      Loot whatever's on the corpse without needing to specify the item name.

                      put . in <container>
                      Put whatever you last grabbed into a container. Useful combined with the command above.
                      [Success: 95, Roll: 5] Pharse swings a cestus-covered fist sideways, lashing out at you with the blades of his weapon, but misses. You use the broad head of your short whip to knock aside the attack with a brute-force swat.

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                      • Also great for searching areas using "match ." you'd be surprised how much stuff may not show up in the basic room description in places like the worm temple. Also I've found . generally goes People in the area > stuff in your hands > things in the general area > things on you. So if you "put . in sack" after a cat walks in, you'll likely be trying to stuff the cat in the bag.

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