Loot command

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The LOOT command can be used to search a creature for its items.

Syntax

Loot help

The LOOT verb can be used to search a creature for its items. The syntax for this verb is LOOT [CREATURE] [OPTION]. There are several options available to let you loot specific kinds of items:

If you do not specify an option, Goods will be used. If you find a box, you will not be able to find treasure, and vice versa. If you do not specify a creature, the last creature that you were attacking will be used.

  • LOOT: Defaults to looting the last creature you fought using the GOODS option.
  • LOOT <creature>: Loots the specific creature using the GOODS option.
  • LOOT <option>: Loots the last creature you fought using the defined option.
  • LOOT <creature> <option>: Loots a specific creature using the defined option.

Options

TREASURE: Loot only coins, gems, and items (like runestones and scrolls).
BOXES: Loot only for boxes, ignoring the rest but not guarantee one.
EQUIPMENT: Loot only the equipment (armor, weapons, etc).
GOODS: Combines the Treasure and Boxes option, excluding Equipment. It first checks for a box, and if it finds none, then treasure is generated. Same effect as the SEARCH command.
ALL: Loot everything on the creature, as if combining GOODS and EQUIPMENT.

If you find a box, you will not be able to find treasure, and vice versa.

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