Score - Typing score, or sc, will give you an overview of your character. It will show you your hp/sp/st, quests, quest points, and your complexity ratings (SCC, PCC, Wea, Def, Com, Tek, Mys)
Report - Typing Report, or rep, will make your character SAY your current hp/sp/st and alignment.
Score Marks - Shows you which marks your character has currently obtained.
Skill Proficiencies - Typing Skill Prof will show you all of the proficiencies that your character is currently available to use, learn or will unlock as your PCC raises in level. It will also show you the % Complexity for each skill, so that you can anticipate when it will become unlocked based on your PCC % levels.
Skill Spell - Similar to Skill Prof, but this will the spells that your character is currently available to use, learn or those that will unlock as your SCC raises in level. Next to each spell you will find the SCC Complexity %, which will indicate how high your SCC needs to be in order to use that spell. As you level, your SCC will increase.
Affects - Aff for short. This will show you any spells or modifications that currently affect your character. You will often see a spell such as Sanctuary or Haste listed in affects, along with what that spell affects and for how long.
Alignment -Al for short. This will quickly tell you what your current alignment is at, and how your alignment is trending (evil or good) based on the NPCs that you are killing. Alignment does not really effect your character until later on in the game.
Set - This will show you all of the settings in the game which you can toggle on and off. For example, set autosplit ON or set autoloot ON etc
Notify - ex: notify Duende - Each character has a notify list which allows you to store other character names. When a person in your notify list logs on or off of the game, you will be notified. You can also use the notify list to see if a person is active or idle (their idle time will show in the right column), which can be handy if your trying to avoid someone in PK.
Alias - ex: alias cl cast 'cure light' - An alias is a shortcut command that you get to designate. For example, aliasing CL to send the command to cast 'cure light'. Each character can have up to 50 aliases stored within the game itself. Using an alias is extremely helpful in avoiding typos and saving time typing out commands. To set an alias, type alias <alias name> <command> The alias name must be one word, and must not consist of special characters such as $. You can use a single or double letters for aliases.
Look - Shows you the room description and exits, as well as any visible NPCs or PCs and objects inside the room. Use L for short.
Look <direction> - Shows you the room description and exits, as well as any visible NPCs or PCs and objects inside the room that is in the direction specified. Look West will show you the room west of you.
Flee <direction> - Flees out of the fight into the room in the direction specific. You will NOT flee if you are blind, webbed, in quicksand or there is no OPEN exit in the direction fleeing.
Scan - Shows you visible NPCs and PCs in adjacent lighted rooms. The higher scan is practiced to, the more rooms you can scan.
Who - Lists every player and visible immortal online at the time.
Who <area> - ex: who novice - Shows you all visible players within a given area. Each area in MM has a designated area type.
Who <name> - Using the who command with a player's name will show you the level, current area, clan and a few details about that player.
Where - Will show you visible, non-shifted, non-hidden players within your immediate area.
Guide - Displays all enabled guides.
Time - Displays the current moons and estimates the time of day. If you purchase a watch and have it in your inventory, when you type time it will display the current, exact game time.
Survey - Shows any visible landmarks and the direction that they reside from your current position. This is used to help navigate through the wilds.
Mark List - Provides you with a list, albeit a long one, of all the marks that are available in the game, along with a brief hint for each one. A more condensed version can be viewed here: http://www.clanannwn.net/mark/
Say - speaks in the room
Sayto - Used: sayto name - speaks directly to a person or NPC
Tell <name> - Sends a tell to another player, as long as that player is visible to you and does not have Quiet mode on.
Reply - Replies to your most recent tell.
FT .... Form Talk - Abbreviated as FT. Communicates with only the members of your current formation. Read 'help formation' for more information.
CT .... Clan talk - Abbreviated as CT. Communicates with only the members of your current clan.
Alliance Talk - Communicates with only the members of your current alliance. Novice clan is not in an alliance.
Pktalk - Communicates with listeners to your class pktalk channel. Levels 45-120 are pktalk A, 121 - 180 are pktalk B and 181 + are pktalk C.
Yell - Yells are heard by listening players within your immediate area.
Shout - Shouts are heard by listening players within a large area, outside of your immediate zone.
Pray - Prays are heard by enabled guides and immortals. If no one responds to your pray, try being a bit more specific with your problem or waiting some time to see if someone becomes active.