5th June 2001[Up]
Arch Wizard Commands ====================== Limbo is not generally safe for some of these commands, but since there are only two arch-wizards - you can breath easy.... Im only listing what they do - just so you can drool.... crash Crash game immeadiately - without warning, and do not save any players. exorcise <person> Excorcise non-arch *wherever* he/she/it is. summon <person> Summon non-arch *wherever* he/she/it is. superex <person> Logout <person> from the system!! Nasty huh! force <person> <command> Force <person> to do <command>, wherever and whatever he/she/it is. save <person> Save someone. delete <person> Delete someone permanantly, although careful use of "frog record <no> <person>" could recover the persona. sync Sync persona structure to disk. plist ["passwd"] <match> List matching players name, wiz flags, and record number, (and password if selected). frog <player> <attr> <value> Change my (<player>'s) <attr> statistic, to <value>. This can be done to a player, or a character on disk. tea <item> <attr> [<value>] Change an attribute on an item, pretty neat but very low level... could result in a serious mundi crash if misused! Notice that this is only temporary (duration of game). decorate <room> <attr> <value> Change an attribute of a room, suffers the same results as nasty tea commands. mkobj Makes a temporary object, which starts off in the archwizards inventory, but can be detailed with use of the tea command. Note: An object must be saved, if changed or created and the save file incorporated into the load file. mkroom Makes a temporary room, which can be linked in to the game and decorated with the decorate command. Note: A room must be saved, if changed or created, and the save file incorporated into the load file. saveobj <item> Saves (appends) an object definition to disk. saveroom <item> Saves (appends) a room definition to disk. archact <string> Sends string to all in current room. delay <time> <command> Delay <command>'s execution for <time> seconds. events List event timings. enable <command> Enable a command. disable <command> Disable a command.