Channels, IC and OOC, are governed by an overarching set of rules. It is a good idea to be familiar with them.
say - use the say command to speak with others in the same room as you, you can to say something to everyone in the room, or even to say a message to a particular person in the room. The latter syntax works with both players and NPCs. The say command is In character.
rsay - use the rsay command to speak in your own racial language. Every race has a language and typically, only members of the same race can speak and understand this same language. The basic usage of it is similar to the say command, where you might or . The rsay command is In character.
Global chat channels
Global chat channels come in both public and restricted varieties. They are global inasmuch as they are accessible nearly anywhere in the game. Some chat channels are In character, while others are Out of character. Never are they both, however.
These channels require you to be tuned in to speak on.
To speak on a channel, you simply type, for example . You may also emote over a channel, using the , such .
|heritage||Useful for newcomers to ask questions or seek help. Available until guild level 10.|
|question||Useful for anybody after guild level 10 to seek game-related assistance from their peers. Note that admin may or may not be listening or respond here.|
In character channels
|guild (special)||Every guild has a channel on which you may speak with other members of your guild. The command to speak on it is the name of your guild.|
|party say||When you are in a party, use this command to speak to the other members of your party. Does not work in cities.|
|threshold||This channel is a global in character channel. Be careful not to spam it. 🤗|
Out of character channels
|sports||This channel is for all sports-related discussions.|
|trivia||This is a general purpose OOC channel. Absolutely NOTHING related to the game should be discussed here. IC topics are 100% forbidden.|