FOR NON LEGACY GAME, USE `@commands` INSTEAD!!
These commands are available to accounts that have been granted an equal or higher level of command access. Such access is normally only given to accounts elected and confirmed for a position of Game Master, or Developer accounts with some need for this access.
A command access level of 40 is a basic level of access available to most of the Developers. A command access level of 60 is a broader level of access available to Game Masters. An access level of 80 grants a wide level of access available to senior developers when there is particular need. Finally, an access level of 99 gives access to all commands and is only available to people with local access.
Level 0: Players
Toggles a players PvP flag on or off (there is a timer delay)
Shows TMW help menu
Shows the Time based on the Server
Sets the email for the account currently logged in.
Level 40: Developers
- @broadcast <message>
Broadcast to the server.
- @chareffect <type> <target>
Causes an animation ID <type> to be displayed on <Target> character; Most common use is type 69 which causes a giant foot falling from the sky.
- @charstats <charname>
Send information to the invoker about the specified characters' stats.
Instantly kills the invoker, regardless of current health.
- @getvar <variable> <index> <charname>
Retrieves the arbitrary variables of a character.
- @goto <charname>
Warp yourself to a person.
- @haircolor <color>
Alters the invokers hair color to the specified ID.
- @hairstyle <style>
Alters the invokers hair style to the specified ID.
Hides the invoker from monsters and most reporting functions. Will not cause the invoker to be hidden from other clients in visual range.
- @kick <charname>
Disconnects a user from the server.
- @l <message>
No effect. The sole purpose of this command is for it, and all arguments, to be implicitly logged (as with all commands listed here) along with all arguments. This and/or @t should be used to log rationale for any uncommon use of commands.
Lists nearby characters.
Returns you to your savepoint
- @localbroadcast <message>
Broadcast to the map you are on.
- @log <message>
No effect. The sole purpose of this command is for it, and all arguments, to be implicitly logged (as with all commands listed here) along with all arguments. This and/or @t should be used to log rationale for any uncommon use of commands. (Same as the command @l)
- @mapmove <mapname> [x] [y]
See @warp for details.
- @npc <npc>
Warp yourself to a npc.
Warps you to your last save point.
Sets the invokers spawn/save/home point. Defaults to the current location if no coordinates are specified.
- @setpartyleader <party-name-or-id> <flag> <player>
Changes the leader of a party.
- @sp-info <charname>
Show info about focus skills.
Brings your personal storage wherever you are.
- @t <message>
Sends a message normally, as if it had not been preceded with @t. This serves so that certain chat may be logged, for instance when issuing official warnings. This and/or @l should be used to log rationale for any uncommon use of commands.
- @tee <message>
Sends a message normally, as if it had not been preceded with @t. This serves so that certain chat may be logged, for instance when issuing official warnings. This and/or @l should be used to log rationale for any uncommon use of commands. (Same command as @t)
- @warp <map name> [x] [y]
Warp yourself to a certain map, at (x,y) coordinates.
- @where [charname]
Locate someone on a map, returns your coordinates if the person isn't on.
- @who [subsequence]
Returns list of logged in characters with their position.
- @whogm [subsequence]
Like @who, but only lists GM characters.
- @whogroup [subsequence]
Returns list of logged in characters with their party/guild.
- @whomap [map name]
Returns list of logged in characters with their position in a specified map.
- @whomapgroup [map name]
Returns list of logged in characters with their party/guild in a specified map.
Level 50: Event Coordinators
Causes the invoker to become invisible to other clients. No other effect is taken (for instance, aggressive mobs nay still attack the invoker).
Removes any invisible status set by the above command and immediately announces the invokers presence to all clients in range.
Spawns the specified monster in the specified amount, or one monster if no amount is specified. These monsters act as if spawned normally (but without any attached scripts on their death, such as monster points).
Summons a specified monster with the SLAVE flag set, such that it will fight for the invoker. Exactly one will be summoned, no amount may be specified.
Level 60: Game Masters
Disconnects a user from the server.
Disable all whispers for a player
Enable all whispers for a player.
Returns stats of all characters currently connected to the map server.
Increases or Decreases global Xp gain by percentage given.
Enables PvP on a map.
Turns PvP off on a map.
Sets the speed you can walk/attack at. Default is 150.
Kill all monsters in map (with drops).
Kill all monsters in map (without drops).
Check which characters are online from a characters IP address.
Store all your items.
Look up a skill by name.
Use a skill by ID.
Alters the invokers base level by the specified delta.
Alters the invokers job level by the specified delta.
A command inherited from eAthena, that removes the NOCHAT status effect from a specified character if active. As there is currently no way for this status effect to be set, this has no use.
Alters the specified characters base level by the specified delta.
Changes the sex of an online player (all characters on the account).
Remove items from a character.
Alters the specified characters job level by the specified delta.
Give another character status points.
Gives another character skill points.
Resets another character's stats.
Resets another character's status.
Resets another character's skills
Resets a character back to when it was first created.
Saves the respawn point of another character.
Enable hitting a player even when not in PvP.
Warps a character to you.
Revives a character and heals him.
Warp another person to a certain map, at (x,y) coordinates.
Change status of your character.
Get all skills.
Sets GM stats to maximum.
Gives you job points.
Gives you skill points of desired amount.
Blocks an account with no expiry date.
Removes any block on an account.
Bans an account for the specified time, or adjusts an existing ban by the specified delta. Valid units are s for second, mn for minute, h for hour, j or d for day, m for month, a or y for year. Any combination of positive or negative modifiers for each unit may be present, and multiple units may be used in a ban.
Removes any ban on an account.
A command inherited from eAthena, that would normally send a specified character to or from jail. However, the destination map is hardcoded in and irrelevant for TMW content.
Drop a players possessions on the ground.
Put a players possessions in storage
Iterate over all characters connected to the map server forward.
Iterate over all characters connected to the map server backwards.
Level 80: eA Developers
Sets magic properties on a character.
Lists magic properties of a character.
Sets the option bits of the invoker, specifically the opt1, opt2, and option variables. opt3 may not be set using this command. Do not use this command unless you are familiar enough with the code base to know exactly what it does.
Gives you money of the desired amount. You can use the special value ++ to get the max amount of zeny, or +++ to get the max amount, and max in bank. You can similarly use -- to remove all money in inventory and --- to remove all money in inventory and in bank.
Changes another's amount of money.
As with @option, but on a specified character.
Creates a static warp portal that lasts until the next reboot.
Sets the map you are on to night.
Sets the map you are on to day.
Kills everyone on the server.
Kills everyone on the map you are on.
Revive all the characters on the server.
Revive all the characters on the map you are on.
Moves a NPC.
Turns skills off for a map.
Turns skills on for a map.
Enables lost skills.
Finds ID of an item by name.
Creates an item of your choosing, either by ID or by name (1 command + /item).
Creates a weapon of the desired element.
Level 99: Administrators
Drops all your items on the floor.
- @gvgon or @gpvpon
Enables GvG on a map (2 same commands).
- @gvgoff or gpvpoff
Disables GvG on a map (2 same commands).
Enables platinum skills.
Displays your ignore list (people from which you ignore whispers).
Displays the ignore list of a player.
Brings up your guild's storage wherever you are.
Do some visual effects on your character.
Changes character's model.
Start guild wars.
Ends guild wars.
Levels your guild to a specified level.
Creates a guild.
Creates a party.
Warps all online characters of a guild to you (at least one member of that guild must be online).
Warps all online character of a party to you (at least one party member must be online).
Allows you to spy on any Guilds Guild chat (at least one member of that guild must be online).
Allows you to spy on any party's party chat (at least one party member must be online).
Saves a warp point.
To get a peco to (un)ride for another player.
Changes your appearence to other players to a mob.
Restores your normal appearence.
To change disguise of another player/GM.
To undisguise another player/GM.
Displays all the items of a player. (Disabled)
Displays all the items of a player's storage. (Disabled)
Displays all the items of a player's cart. (Disabled)
Enables platinum skills of another player.
Enables lost skills of another player.
Changes your appearence.
To get a peco to (un)ride.
- @kami or @kamib
Broadcast with or without name.
Disconnects all users from the server.
Gives information about the area.
Shows informations about the map.
Re-loads items database.
Re-loads monsters database.
Re-loads skills database.
Re-loads GM level.
Brings your personal storage wherever you are.