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{{Command
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|rp=Yes
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|combat=No
{{cat|Commands,Combat commands}}
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|magic=No
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|settings=No
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|systems=Yes
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|description=Command to point at yourself or others.
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|messaging='''POINT'''<br />
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''You see'': You cross your arms and point in opposite directions.<br />
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''Others see'': ''<Player>'' crosses her arms and points in opposite directions.<br />
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''Note: this has a RT of 2 seconds.''<br />
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'''POINT <self>'''
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''You see'': You point at yourself.<br />
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''Target sees'': ''<Player>'' points at her/himself.<br />
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'''POINT <direction>''' - point in any direction of travel<br />
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''You see'': You point <direction>.<br />
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''Target sees'': ''<Player>'' points <direction>.<br />
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'''POINT <player>'''<br />
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''You see'': You point at ''<Player>''.<br />
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''Target sees'': ''<Player>'' points at you.<br />
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'''POINT <player> / <creature> (while hidden)'''<br />
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''You see'': You point at ''<Player>'', ruining their hiding place.<br />
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''Target sees'': ''<Player>'' points at you.<br />
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This will pull the player out of hiding.
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'''POINT <item>'''<br />
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''You see'': You point at <item>.<br />
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''Others see'': ''<Player>'' points at <item>.<br />
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Latest revision as of 00:16, 2 March 2021

Point
Command to point at yourself or others.
POINT

You see: You cross your arms and point in opposite directions.
Others see: <Player> crosses her arms and points in opposite directions.
Note: this has a RT of 2 seconds.

POINT <self> You see: You point at yourself.
Target sees: <Player> points at her/himself.

POINT <direction> - point in any direction of travel
You see: You point <direction>.
Target sees: <Player> points <direction>.

POINT <player>
You see: You point at <Player>.
Target sees: <Player> points at you.

POINT <player> / <creature> (while hidden)
You see: You point at <Player>, ruining their hiding place.
Target sees: <Player> points at you.
This will pull the player out of hiding.

POINT <item>
You see: You point at <item>.
Others see: <Player> points at <item>.