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;move ([<x> <y>] [<map name>]| <portal #> | stop)
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:<x>
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=move=
::- x-coordinate.
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:<y>
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::- y-coordinate.
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:<map name>
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::- the name of a map as shown by the where command in Kore, or the /where command in the Ragnarok Online client (e.g. prontera, morocc, prt_fild08, etc.).
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:<portal #>
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::- a corresponding number from the portals list when you use the portals command.
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!Command
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!Description
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|-
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|align=center|move <x> <y> [<map name>]
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|Move to the specified coordinates on the map. If the map name is not specified, you will move inside the current map.
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|align=center|move <map name>
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|Move to the specified map.
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|-
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|align=center|move <portal #>
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|Move to the nearby portal.
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|-
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|align=center|move stop
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|Stop all movements.
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|}
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==move==
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The move command is used to move your character to specific x,y co-ordinates, to a specific map, to specific x,y co-ordinates on a different map, or through a portal.
 
The move command is used to move your character to specific x,y co-ordinates, to a specific map, to specific x,y co-ordinates on a different map, or through a portal.
  
===move [<x> <y>] [<map name>]===
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;move <x> <y>
===move [<map name>] [<x> <y>]===
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;move <map name>
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;move <x> <y> <map name>
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;move <map name> <x> <y>
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;move <x> <y> <map name> <distance from coordinates>
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;move <map name> <x> <y> <distance from coordinates>
 
:'''x''' is the desired X co-ordinate.
 
:'''x''' is the desired X co-ordinate.
 
:'''x''' is the desired Y co-ordinate.
 
:'''x''' is the desired Y co-ordinate.
 
:'''map name''' is the map to move to (listed by the where command in Kore, or /where in the RO Client).  If omitted, you will move to '''x''','''y''' on your current map.  If you just want to get to the map, you can omit the '''x''' and '''y''' co-ordinates.
 
:'''map name''' is the map to move to (listed by the where command in Kore, or /where in the RO Client).  If omitted, you will move to '''x''','''y''' on your current map.  If you just want to get to the map, you can omit the '''x''' and '''y''' co-ordinates.
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:'''distance from coordinates''' is ***
  
===move <portal #>===
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;move <portal #>
 
:'''<portal #>''' is the desired nearby portal to move to.  Portals can be listed with the '''[[portals]]''' command.
 
:'''<portal #>''' is the desired nearby portal to move to.  Portals can be listed with the '''[[portals]]''' command.
  
===move stop===
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;move stop
 
:Using '''move stop''' will stop all movement.
 
:Using '''move stop''' will stop all movement.
  
===Examples:===
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=Examples:=
 
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===See Also:===
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=See Also:=
 
[[:Category:Movement]]
 
[[:Category:Movement]]
  

Revision as of 07:08, 18 November 2013


move

The move command is used to move your character to specific x,y co-ordinates, to a specific map, to specific x,y co-ordinates on a different map, or through a portal.

move <x> <y>
move <map name>
move <x> <y> <map name>
move <map name> <x> <y>
move <x> <y> <map name> <distance from coordinates>
move <map name> <x> <y> <distance from coordinates>
x is the desired X co-ordinate.
x is the desired Y co-ordinate.
map name is the map to move to (listed by the where command in Kore, or /where in the RO Client). If omitted, you will move to x,y on your current map. If you just want to get to the map, you can omit the x and y co-ordinates.
distance from coordinates is ***
move <portal #>
<portal #> is the desired nearby portal to move to. Portals can be listed with the portals command.
move stop
Using move stop will stop all movement.

Examples:

Command Description
move <x> <y> [<map name>] Move to the specified coordinates on the map. If the map name is not specified, you will move inside the current map.
move [<map name>] [<x> <y>] Move to the specified coordinates on the map. If the map name is not specified, you will move inside the current map.
move <map name> Move to the specified map.
move <portal #> Move to the nearby portal.
move stop Stop all movements.

See Also:

Category:Movement