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The '''{{tt|COLLECT}} [[page type is::command]]''' is used to collect piles of items in the surroundings based on the {{skill|foraging}}.  Piles have a number of items in them based on the forager's skill relative to the difficulty of the item collected.
 
 
The '''{{tt|COLLECT}} [[page type is::command]]''' is used to collect piles of items in the surroundings based on the {{skill|foraging}}.  Piles generally have 4 units of the specified item.
 
  
 
==Syntax==
 
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==Additional Notes==
 
==Additional Notes==
* {{tt|KICK}} ''<item>'' will destroy the pile.
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*{{tt|<u>'''KICK PILE'''</u>}} will destroy the pile.
* Piles have a different look depending on the Forager's [[Guilds|guild]].
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*Piles have a different look depending on the viewer's [[Guilds|guild]]. (If the viewer is a Thief with a pretend guild, the piles will look like those of his or her pretend guild.)
** [[Barbarian]]: ??
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**[[Barbarian]]: The crude heap of [item] has bits and pieces of foreign matter sticking out at odd angles.
** [[Bard]]: ''An artful arrangement of rocks that might resemble a pile if you stare at it long enough.''
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*: Old version: A crude heap of [item] with bits and pieces of foreign matter sticking out at odd angles.
** [[Cleric]]: ''A cairn-like mound of rocks.''
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**[[Bard]]: The artful arrangement of [item] might resemble a pile if you stare at it long enough.
** [[Empath]]: ''A pile of rocks skillfully arranged to prevent the materials from shifting, at least in public.''
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*: Old version: An artful arrangement of [item] that might resemble a pile if you stare at it long enough.
** [[Moon Mage]]: ''An archaic configuration of rocks that might look like a pile in a different light.''
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**[[Cleric]]: The pile of [item] appears to vaguely resemble a miniature altar.
** [[Paladin]]: ??
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*: Old version: A cairn-like mound of [item].
** [[Ranger]]: ??
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**[[Commoner]]: A nondescript gathering of [item] put together without any clear organization.
** [[Thief]]: ??
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**[[Empath]]: Skillfully arranged, the pile of [item] is balanced in perfect harmony.
** [[Trader]]: ??
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*: Old version: A pile of [item] skillfully arranged to prevent the materials from shifting, at least in public.
** [[Warrior Mage]]: ??
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**[[Moon Mage]]: The archaic configuration of [item] vaguely resembles a crescent moon.
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*: Old version: An archaic configuration of [item] that might look like a pile in a different light.
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**[[Necromancer]]: The hideous pile of [item] vaguely resembles a corpse that's been hacked to bits.
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**[[Paladin]]: A heroic organization of [item], the pile boldly holds itself together against all odds.
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*: Old version: A heroic organization of [item] boldly holding itself together against all odds.
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**[[Ranger]]: The perfectly arranged pile of [item] echoes a delicate balance that preserves its natural essence.
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*: Old version: A perfectly arranged pile of [item] in which each piece rests against the other in a delicate balance that preserves its natural essence.
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**[[Thief]]: A misshapen pile of [item] that looks vaguely like it could be someone else's pile of [item].
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*: Old version: Same
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**[[Trader]]: A neat collection of [item] organized by weight and market value.
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*: Old version: Same
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**[[Warrior Mage]]: A loose stack of [item] that looks almost like a bundle of firewood.
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*: Old version: Same
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Latest revision as of 11:27, 8 December 2017

The COLLECT command is used to collect piles of items in the surroundings based on the foraging skill. Piles have a number of items in them based on the forager's skill relative to the difficulty of the item collected.

Syntax

  • COLLECT
  • COLLECT <item>

Roundtime

  • Basic use results in 15 seconds.

Additional Notes

  • KICK PILE will destroy the pile.
  • Piles have a different look depending on the viewer's guild. (If the viewer is a Thief with a pretend guild, the piles will look like those of his or her pretend guild.)
    • Barbarian: The crude heap of [item] has bits and pieces of foreign matter sticking out at odd angles.
    Old version: A crude heap of [item] with bits and pieces of foreign matter sticking out at odd angles.
    • Bard: The artful arrangement of [item] might resemble a pile if you stare at it long enough.
    Old version: An artful arrangement of [item] that might resemble a pile if you stare at it long enough.
    • Cleric: The pile of [item] appears to vaguely resemble a miniature altar.
    Old version: A cairn-like mound of [item].
    • Commoner: A nondescript gathering of [item] put together without any clear organization.
    • Empath: Skillfully arranged, the pile of [item] is balanced in perfect harmony.
    Old version: A pile of [item] skillfully arranged to prevent the materials from shifting, at least in public.
    • Moon Mage: The archaic configuration of [item] vaguely resembles a crescent moon.
    Old version: An archaic configuration of [item] that might look like a pile in a different light.
    • Necromancer: The hideous pile of [item] vaguely resembles a corpse that's been hacked to bits.
    • Paladin: A heroic organization of [item], the pile boldly holds itself together against all odds.
    Old version: A heroic organization of [item] boldly holding itself together against all odds.
    • Ranger: The perfectly arranged pile of [item] echoes a delicate balance that preserves its natural essence.
    Old version: A perfectly arranged pile of [item] in which each piece rests against the other in a delicate balance that preserves its natural essence.
    • Thief: A misshapen pile of [item] that looks vaguely like it could be someone else's pile of [item].
    Old version: Same
    • Trader: A neat collection of [item] organized by weight and market value.
    Old version: Same
    • Warrior Mage: A loose stack of [item] that looks almost like a bundle of firewood.
    Old version: Same

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