TROPHY


Usage:
  trophy [-line] [<sort>...] [<filter>...]
 
where <sort> is one of:
  +name or -name   ascending/descending by name
  {+|-}kills       by number of kills
  {+|-}knowledge   by knowledge
 
and <filter> is one of:
  <substring> or !<substring>
  =<word>     or !=<word>
  {<=|<|=|>|>=}<kills>
  {<=|<|=|>|>=}<knowledge>%

With this command you can see your trophy list, which contains the number of times you have killed each kind of monster and player. The more knowledge you have of a specific kind of creature, the fewer experience points you will get.

You may get on trophy also PCs you personally didn't kill. This can happen if a character of an enemy race dies soon after meeting you.

Trophies fill up from the bottom, so your most recent new kills are displayed on the first page. This will save you scrolling through the entire trophy list.

Examples:

  trophy                    list everything you have killed
  trophy orc                show victims with "orc" anywhere in the name
  trophy #                  show all players you have killed

More complicated examples:

  trophy +name =orc         exact word match "orc", sorted by name
  trophy !elf               does not substring-match "elf"
  trophy >90%               more than 90% knowledge
  trophy orc !=orc          substring "orc" but not exact word "orc"
  trophy -line >=100 -kill -knowledge =hobbit
  trophy !# !=a !=an !=the +name

The -line flag makes the output use only one entry per line instead of multiple columns.


This page was automatically generated on Thu Jul 13 13:48:10 2017