The Chats is an essential communication channel in online games, whether they be Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games or mobile games. A game's Chats can be set to a particular language depending on who is hosting the server. Chatses typically have word filters to allow players to restrict the view of profane language.
- Messages prefixed with '%' will be sent only to your Party
- Messages prefixed with '$' will be sent only to your Guild
- Messages prefixed with '/cl' will be sent only to your Clan
- Sending pm to #main, #trade, #recruit and #help or use @main, @trade, @recruit and @help will send your message to the whole server
- Using these channels wrongly is punishable (e.g. selling item in #main or #help channel)
- /h or /help — Lists the in-game commands
- /hi <Message> — Sends the specified message to everyone on your friend list
- /am — Allows you to specify a message that will automatically be sent to anyone who sends you a private message while you're unavailable. Enter the command again to mark yourself as available
- /where — Shows your character's location as a map name and set of coordinates
- /alchemist — Shows the top 10 brewing Alchemists in the server.
- /blacksmith — Shows the top 10 forging/upgrading Blacksmiths in the server.
- /taekwon — Shows the top 10 TaeKwon Kids based on completion of TaeKwon Missions in the server.
- /pk — Shows the top 10 slayers in a PK Server.
- /emotion — Lists some of the in-game emotions.
- /battlechat — Activates the battlegrounds chat, with it enabled you can't use normal, party or guild chats.
- /check <text> — Produces [ <text> ] in a green font. Use is unknown.