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==northwest==
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The '''northwest''' command will have Kore attempt to move the specified steps northwest.
  
:<number> can be any positive integer.
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===northwest [<number>]===
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: '''<number>''' is optional, but must be any positive integer if specified.
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: Kore will attempt to move northwest '''<number>''' steps.  If '''<number>''' is omitted, Kore will automatically use 5 for '''<number>'''.
  
:Kore will attempt to move to the <number> steps to the northwest. If number is omitted, Kore will default to 5 steps.
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===Examples:===
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{| class="wikitable" border="1" cellspacing="0"
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|-style=background-color:#F9F9F9;
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!Command
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!Description
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|-
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|align=center|northwest 10
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|Attempt to move northwest 10 steps.  
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|-
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|align=center|northwest
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|Attempt to move north 5 steps.
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|}
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=== See Also: ===
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[[:Category:Movement]]
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[[Category:Console Command]]
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[[Category:Character Control]]
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[[Category:Movement]]

Latest revision as of 18:52, 21 January 2010

northwest

The northwest command will have Kore attempt to move the specified steps northwest.

northwest [<number>]

<number> is optional, but must be any positive integer if specified.
Kore will attempt to move northwest <number> steps. If <number> is omitted, Kore will automatically use 5 for <number>.

Examples:

Command Description
northwest 10 Attempt to move northwest 10 steps.
northwest Attempt to move north 5 steps.

See Also:

Category:Movement