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Revision as of 18:51, 20 May 2010

The manual describes all of the configuration options and commands for the latest Openkore release and Openkore SVN version.

Introduction to OpenKore

OpenKore is a free, Open Source custom client for Ragnarok Online servers. It is written in Perl, and is cross-platform. The officially platforms are Win32 and Linux. The codebase is derived from Solos Kore.

This project provides development resources and encourages all developers who work on (their own version of) Kore to unite. New developers are welcome. Feel free to participate.

Note. Gravity (the company that developed Ragnarok Online) has nothing to do with OpenKore. This project is unofficial.

The original Kore written by Kura is licenced under GNU General Public License (GPL), therefore anyone who publishes a mod of Kore must also publish it's source code. Also anyone who uses this mod has the right to publish copies of the program and the source.

Read more about history and current status of OpenKore.

First time user

Please read the Quick Start Guide to help you easily install and setup Openkore.

The References section will be a great help when configuring your bot.

After learning about how to configure Openkore, the Config Check utility can help you validate your own created config.txt file.

Configuration Files



  1. Syntax Legends
  2. Basic Value and Parameter Types
  3. Equipment Slots
  4. Message Domains
  5. Names
  6. NPC Conversation Codes
  7. Range Operators
  8. Self Conditions
  9. Target Conditions
  10. Skill Use Conditions


If you need help, this is the first place where you can get most information. Frequently Asked Questions provides you most frequent questions with intensive answers. You can also visit the Openkore Forum where you can discuss and share experience with other members.