EverQuest II Extended “/” Commands Guide



EverQuest II Extended “/” Commands Guide by Kalyyn

There are many “/” commands that can be typed directly into the chat box or used when
creating macro’s.
Here is a list of most (probably not all)

(A dev recently posted a list on the official forum, a lot of what he posted was incorrect
and/or out-of-date. Also there where a lot of ommissions. Hopefully this list is more
useful)

Chat commands

/say or ‘ – announce to immediate area
/shout or ! – zone-wide shout chat
/ooc – zone-wide out of character chat
/auction or $ – zone-wide way to announce items you want to sell
/g or /gsay or # – group chat
/gu or @ – guild chat
/r or /raid – raid chat
/emote or : – performs your text as an emote (i.e if your char is called divvy and
you /emote barks like a dog , you will get ‘Divvy barks like a dog’
/h – hails target
/brb – tells everyone around you that you will be right back
/afk – tells everyone around you that you’re away from the keyboard and flags you as AFK
/tell or /t – sends private chat to character
/telltarget or /tt – sends a /tell to your target % codes
/bubble_fontsize n – changes text size in chat bubbles to size n
/filter – toggles obscenity filter



Channel commands

these are used to talk in specific chat channles (i.e level specific channels, Norrathtrade)

/# – speaks in the channel number specified
/join channelname – joins a channel (or creates channel if it doesn’t exist)
/leavechannel <#> – leaves a channel
/leaveall – exits all channels you are currently in
/channellis t – lists all channels you are currently in
/whochannel <#> – lists all users in specified channel
/setchannelnumber– renumbers your chat channels; the new number
must not be currently in use

cross-server/game channel commands

To join a chat channel on a different EQII server, type /join servername.channelname
To join a chat channel in SWG, type /join swg.servername.channelname
To join a chat channel in EQ, type /join eq.servername.channelname
To join a chat channel in Matrix, type /join mxo.servername.channelname
To join a chat channel in Planetside, type /join ps.servername.channelname
To join a chat channel in Vanguard, type /join vgd.servername.channelname
To send a tell to a friend on another EQII server, type: /t servername.charname
To send a tell to a friend playing EQ, type: /t eq.servername.charname
To send a tell to a friend playing SWG, type: /t swg.servername.charname
To send a tell to a friend playing Matrix, type: /t mxo.servername.charname
To send a tell to a friend playing Planetside, type: /t ps.servername.charname
To send a tell to a friend playing Vanguard, type: /t vgd.servername.charname

character status commands

/afk or /athis sets you as away-from-keyboard. optional message will be
sent to anyone that sends you a tell.
/anon – hides your class/level/status
/role – flags you as roleplaying
/lfg – opens the looking for group window

group and raid commands

/i or /invite – invites target to your group
/invite – invites specified character to group
/makeleader – makes specified character the group leader; with no character name
specified, makes the current target group leader
/leavegroup, /leave – removes you from group
/disband – disbands the group member you have targeted
/kickfromgroup – removes target or specified character from group; must be done by group
leader
/raidinvite – invites target or specified character to your raid; must be done by raid
leader
/leaveraid – removes you from raid
/kickfromraid – removes target or specified character from raid; must be done by raid leader
/f or /follow – auto-follows your target

guild commands

/guild invite target – used by officers to invite players to join a guild
/guild kick – used by officers to remove people from a guild
/guild promote – used by officers to promote people to full member and officer
/who all guild – lists who is online from your guild
/gu or /guildsay – chats within your guild channel
/guild motd [your msg here] – used by officer to add a message that all guild members will
see when they log on
/officersay or /of – sends message to the officer chat channel for your guild, if
you have permission

/who commands

/, /w or /who – brings up a list of players currently in the same zone as you
/who all – can be many things:
some examples of /who commands:
/who all
/who good or /who evil
/who roleplaying
/who scout or /who bard or /who dirge
/who 30 40, or /who 30
/who friends
/who all 30 40
/who all 8
/who all GM – brings up a list of online GMs
/whotarget – runs a /who on your target

misc commands

/motd – shows game message of the day
/friend name – adds/removes character from your friend list
/ignore name – adds/removes character from your ignore list
/played – shows information about the amount of time your character has been played
/time – shows in-game and real life time
/sit – makes your avatar sit on the ground
/stand – makes your avatar stand
/camp – logs you out to the character select screen
/exit or /quit – closes the EverQuest II client
/y or /yell – breaks encounter and yells for help
/con – considers danger of target
/log – toggles logging of all chat to .txt file
/testcopy add – adds a copy of your character to the Test server
/cl_screenshot_orbit – takes screenshots of a 360 degree orbit around your character. Will place 36 pictures in your screenshot folder

loot and inventory commands

/ran x y – rolls a random number and displays the number in the loot chat-window. x is
lower number (and is optional) y is higher number. i.e ./ran 50 100 would produce a
number between 50 and 100. /ran 100 would produce a number between 1 and 100
/get_coins – displays how many coins you have
/togglebags – toggles all of your bags between open and closed



Waypoint command

/way or /waypoint x, y, z – sets a waypoint at the co-ordinates x,y,z (z is height)
/l or /loc gives your current loaction co-ords

targetting and ability commands

/target or /tar – targets
/assist – targets whatever is targetting
/target_group_member # – targets group member number #
/target or /tar – targets yourself

/useability – uses the ability
/useabilityonplayer- uses ability on player

/useabilityonrt – uses ability on last player who sent you a
tell

/autoattack 0 – stops autoattack
/autoattack 1 – forces melee autoattack
/autoattack 2 – forces ranged autoattack
/cl – clears ability queue
/cancel_spellcast – cancels spell being cast

Pet commands

/petname [name] – renames your pet to [name], will only take effect from the next time you
call the pet.

/target_pet – targets your pet
/target_group_pet [#] – targets a group members pet [#] = 0 to 4, 0 being the first group
member (other than yourself) in the group window
/pet attack – makes pet attack your target
/pet backoff – makes pet return to you and stop attacking
/pet stay – makes pet stay at its current location
/pet follow – makes pet follow you
/pet preserve_master – makes pet attack anything that attacks you
/pet preserve_self – makes pet attack anything that attacks it
/pet melee – forces pet to fight in melee range
/pet ranged – forces pet to fight from ranged distance
/pet hide – (deity pets only) makes pet invisible
/pet getlost – destroys pet
/petoptions – opens pet options window



character appearance commands

/cutemode – just try it!
/showranged – shows bow instead of other melee weapon
/showhood – toggles between showing/hiding your robes hood
/showhelm – toggles between showing/hiding your helm or hat
/mood [X] – changes facial expression (X = afraid, happy, sad, tired, angry, none, probably
more)



character stats commands

/dynamicdata stats.heal_amount_mod – shows your characters current +heal amount
/dynamicdata stats.spell_amount_mod – shows your characters current +spell amount
/dynamicdata stats.melee_amount_mod – shows your characters current +combat-art amount
/weaponstats – shows your current weapon stats (i.e damage, delay, proc rates) taking in
to account your current buffs, stats etc…



% commands

%M – Returns the character’s pet’s name (when they have a pet)
%T – Returns the current target
%S – Returns the subjective gender-specific pronoun for the target (He, She, It)
%O – Returns the objective gender-specific pronoun for the target (Him, Her, It)
%P – Returns the possessive gender-specific pronoun for the target (His, Her, Its)
%R – Returns the race of the target
%G – Returns the gender of the target
%A – Returns name of your applied target (Your target’s target)

These commands are most usefull when creating macros

i.e

if you are main-tank in a group and want to announce the target you are about to pull, you
would use /g incoming %t !!

If you where currently targetting ‘Big Fat Orc’ your char would announce in group caht

“Incoming Big Fat Orc !!”

you could complicate this (although I dont know why you would want to)
lets assume you are targetting a male orc called ‘Big Fat Orc’ who has a pet called ‘fido’

/g incoming the %g %r , %t and %p pet, %m . Kill %o !!

would announce in group-chat

“Incoming the male orc , Big Fat Orc and his pet, Fido. Kill him!”

Item equipping/using

/use_equipped_item # – use the item equipped in slot #
/inventory unequip # – unequip the item in slot #

the slot numbers are (in brackets is the alternative unequip command)

Primary Weapon – 0 (/unequip primary)
Secondary Weapon – 1 (/unequip secondary)
Head – 2 (/unequip head)
Chest – 3 (/unequip chest)
Shoulders – 4 (/unequip shoulders)
Forearms – 5 (/unequip forearms)
Hands – 6 (/unequip hands)
Legs – 7 (/unequip legs)
Feet – 8 (/unequip feet)
Left Ring – 9 (/unequip left_ring)
Right Ring – 10 (/unequip right_ring)
Left Earring – 11 (/unequip ears)
Right Earring – 12 (/unequip ears2)
Neck – 13 (/unequip neck)
Left Wrist – 14 /unequip left_wrist)
Right Wrist – 15 (/unequip right_wrist)
Ranged slot – 16 (/unequip ranged)
Ammo slot – 17 (/unequip ammo)
Waist – 18 (/unequip waist)
Cloak – 19 (/unequip cloak)
Charm slot 1 – 20 (/unequip activate1)
Charm slot 2 – 21 (/unequip activate2)
Food – 22 (/unequip food)
Drink (/unequip drink)

bags, from left to right, are
invSlot0
InvSlot1
InvSlot2
InvSlot3
invSlot4
InvSlot5

overflow slot = InvSlot6

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