Everytime you backstab a creature, they become more wary of their surroundings and are less likely to be successfully backstabbed. As time goes on, their wariness decreases.
Warriors are a general purpose fighter. Warriors are able to use magical weapons and gain numerous attacks as they become stronger.
Type "profs warrior" to see the list of warrior abilities.
|See also:||class | levels | practice | profs | skills|
You must learn one of the proficiencies like "swords", "daggers", and so on if you want to fight effectively with those sorts of weapons. You will still be able to pick up and use whatever weapon, but it will help if you have the corresponding proficiency.
See profs for a description of the weapons command.
|See also:||proficiencies | weapons|
|Syntax:||wear <item name>|all|
If you want to wear some clothes, armor or the likes.
Ex: wear boots
|See also:||equipment | hold | remove|
If you are uncertain whether the sun is shining or the rain is pouring down.
Certain spells are affected by the weather. For example, fire spells do less when it is raining and lightning bolt spells do increased damage when it is thunderstorming.
Those with the Weather Mastery skill are able take increased advantage of positive weather elements to do greater damage. For example, a druid with Weather Mastery will do greater damage using lightning spells in a thunderstorm than those using lightning without Weather Mastery. Weather Mastery II further improves the benefits that Weather Mastery confers.
Weather Masteries increase the base environmental effects listed under elements-and-environments by multiplying that by:
base environmental modifier * (Weather Mastery I + II) / 50So for example, if a druid had 90% in Weather Masteries I+II and was casting a lightning spell in during a downpour (which gives a base modifier of 20%), their net modifier would be 20% * (90+90) / 50 = 72* ... i.e. this turned the base bonus from damage due to lightning in a downpour from 20% to 72%.
|See also:||air-mastery | lightning-mastery|
Tells you the location of a monster, a player or an object. Examples:
where torch where dragon where 4.ring (gives you the container traceback so you can find out WHO has that One Ring)Mortals can only "where" monsters or players, and only from their own zone.
Immortals may type 'where' without arguments to see where everybody is.
|Syntax:||whisper <person> <text>|
Use this option if you want to whisper a secret to somebody in the room. Other people in the room will be notified that you whispered something, but will wonder just what exactly you said -- secret, nya, nya!
Example: whisper jewel What about the Whip Cream?
|See also:||ask | communications|
|Syntax:||who [linkdead] [gods|lfg|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
Lists the people currently in the game. Some people may choose to remain unseen. If the "`bgods`n" parameter is used, a listing of all the active and visible gods will be shown. The "`blfg`n" option will show only those players who are currently looking for a group. If the player name parameter is used, only that player will show up on the who list. You can also get a listing of all players that are equal to or higher than "level" or who are between the levels of "low level" and "high level".
The linkdead clause will tell the mud to list people who are linkdead as well. (Normally people who are linkdead do not appear in the who lists...)
|See also:||avatars | cwho | dwho | immortals | jobs | whoarena | whobattlefield | whogroups | whozone|
|Syntax:||whoarena [linkdead] [gods|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
Lists the people currently in the arena. Read the help on the who command for help on the optional clauses.
|See also:||arena | who | whobattlefield | whogroups | whozone|
|Syntax:||whobattlefield [linkdead] [gods|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
Lists the people currently in the battlefield. Read the help on the who command for help with the optional clauses.
|See also:||battlefield | who | whoarena | whogroups | whozone|
This command will provide a listing of all of the visible players in the game exactly like the "who" command except that it orders them according to what group they are in. Players who are not associated with any group will be listed at the end. NOTE: Players who are members of _secret_ groups will show up at the bottom of the list as well, just as if they were not grouped.
|See also:||found | group | lfg | who | whoarena | whobattlefield | whozone|
|Syntax:||whopoly [linkdead] [gods|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
The whopoly command will display a listing of the characters who are either polymorphed into some other creature or who have become a creature (immortals). NOTE: You must be of a higher level than the polymorpher to detect their polymorphing.
|See also:||users | who | whoarena | whobattlefield | whogroups | whozone|
|Syntax:||whosnoop [linkdead] [gods|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
The whosnoop command will display a listing of the characters who are snooping another creature or character. This includes players with familiars. NOTE: You must be of a higher level than the snooper to detect their snooping.
|See also:||users | who | whoarena | whobattlefield | whogroups | whopoly | whozone|
|Syntax:||whozone [linkdead] [gods|<name>|<level>|<low level> <high level>]|
Lists the people currently in your zone. Read the help on the who command for help with the optional clauses.
If you are a god (not bloodly likely), the room number of the person will also be shown.
|See also:||who | whoarena | whobattlefield | whogroups|
|See also:||equipment | remove|
|Syntax:||wimp [hit points]|
If you are in wimp mode, and are really low on hit points, you will automatically flee from the battle. This is a good mode to be in as people often lose link in combat or are terribly lagged and are can die even before they realize they are in mortal danger. However, if you have wimp mode set, the mud will auto-flee for you at a certain level.
If you do not specify the hit point level you would like to flee it, the mud will flee whenever you are less than 20% of your total hit points (you still must have wimp mode active, however).
The wimp command works like a toggle, if you enter "wimp" after you are already in wimp mode, the setting will be turned off.
|Syntax:||write [on] <paper name> [with] <pen name>|
In order to write a note, you need a piece of blank paper (or similar), and a pen of some sort. You can then type something like "write on the paper with the pen", whereupon you will be asked to type in your note at the keyboard.
The note will be written in whatever language you are currently speaking.
|See also:||copy | mail | post|