Command Emotes (General)

Several commands allow you to provide an additional emote to the output of the command.

Syntax:

<command> (pre-emote) <arguments> [post-emote]

Example:

> sit -nodding with dwarf (his eyes glancing towards ~elf)
Nodding, you sit at a long table, his eyes glancing towards the elf.

Both the pre-emote and post-emote are optional.

Multiple options exist for specifying a command emote. A one-word
emote, like "nodding", can be specified with a preceding dash, like
-nodding. More complex emotes can be enclosed in parantheses (),
square brackets [], or asterisks **.

You can specify command emotes anywhere in the arguments to a command.
If you include parenthesis () and square brackets in the same command,
the parenthesis will always be considered pre-emote and square brackets
the post-emote, regardless of where they appear in the arguments.

Examples:

> say -gruffly Got any spice?
Gruffly, you ask, in sirihish, 'Got any spice?"

> say [in a low voice] You got any spice?
In a low voice, you ask, in sirihish: 'You got any spice?'

> north *limping heavily*

> look elf (with contempt)
With contempt, you look at the elf.

> look elf [with contempt]
You look at the elf, with contempt.

> look elf with contempt
You look at the elf.

The following commands allow both pre and post emotes:

arrange close dismount drink
drop eat ep es
etwo flee get give
hitch hold junk look
lower mount open pack
palm raise remove rest
rs rp rtwo sip
sit sleep slip stand
taste unhitch unpack wake

The following commands allow only pre emotes:

say shout sing talk
tell whisper

The following commands allow only post emotes:

down east north south
up west

Note:

The movement commands do not allow you to include references to other
objects and players with the ~ syntax.

Use the keyword command to make sure you have the right target.

See Also:

Emoting, emote_examples, keyword