DAYDREAM is a roleplaying command with a special AFK-signifying function for Premium players.
- DAYDREAM <person>
- DAYDREAM <person | object | creature> <GOOD | EVIL>
- You try to lose yourself in a daydream, but feel too distracted.
- <Player> 's face takes on a dreamy look for only a moment.
- You stare at <person>, not really thinking about anything at all.
- <Player> stares at you with a unreadable look of utter blankness.
- Good: You daydream about running off with <person> and keeping him/her all to yourself.
- <Player> gives you a dreamy look.
- Evil: You daydream about throttling the life out of <person>.
- <Player> gives you a disturbingly dreamy look.
- Good: You stare at <item>, pleasantly daydreaming about it.
- <Player> stares dreamily at an <item> with a pleasant smile on <his/her> face.
- Evil: You lose yourself in a daydream about stealing the <item>.
- <Player> stares dreamily at an <item>, as if <he/she> wanted to steal it.
- Good: You stare at <creature>, lost in a wistful daydream.
- <Player> gives <<creature> a wistful, dreamy look.
- Evil: You daydream about throttling the life out of <creature>.
- <Player> smirks and stares at <creature> with malicious, dreamy look.
- You lose yourself completely in a daydream...
- <Player>'s eyes glaze over as he/she loses him/herself in a daydream.
When looking at a daydreaming player, others seen this highlighted text at the top of the player's description:
- You notice a glassy look in <player>'s eyes, and realize that <he/she> is in a daydream -- <he/she> probably isn't even aware you're here.
If you try to look at yourself while daydreaming:
- That's kinda like trying to see what you look like asleep, isn't it?
If you try to do something before ending your daydream, you see:
- You gaze about sleepily, still lost in your daydream...
- You wake up from your daydream, and begin paying attention again.
- <Player> suddenly blinks and wakes up from <his/her> daydream.