(Inventory Commands)
(Inventory Commands)
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* [[Wear|Wear/Wield]] equipment (w)
* [[Wear|Wear/Wield]] equipment (w)
To wear or wield an object in your inventory, use this command.
Since only one object can be in each slot at a time, if you wear
or wield an item into a slot which is already occupied, the old
item will be first be taken off, and may in fact be dropped if
there is no room for it in your inventory. This command takes
some energy.
* [[Take off]] equipment (t) or Take off equipment (T)
* [[Take off]] equipment (t) or Take off equipment (T)

Revision as of 20:05, April 10, 2009

The following command descriptions are listed as the command name plus the "underlying command" key. This is followed by the command name and "roguelike" keyset key in itallics, if different from the underlying command key.

Some commands use the "repeat count" to automatically repeat the command several times, while others use the "repeat count" to specify a "quantity" for the command, and still others use it as an "argument" of some kind. Some commands are auto-repeated several times if no repeat count is given and the "always_repeat" option is set.

Most commands take no "energy" to perform, while most other commands only take energy when they cause the world to change in some way.

Inventory Commands

  • Take off equipment (t) or Take off equipment (T)
       Use this command to take off a piece of equipment and return it
       to your inventory.  Occasionally, you will run into a cursed item
       which cannot be removed.  These items normally penalize you in some
       way and cannot be taken off until the curse is removed.  If there
       is no room in your inventory for the item, your pack will overflow
       and you will drop the item after taking it off.  This command takes
       some energy.

b: Browse

B: Bash

g: Get

o: Open

p: Purchase

r: Read Scroll

R: Rest

>: Down

<: Up

All items (9)

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