Below is a quick reference guide to emotes and their colors
#emote [name | world | zone] type# message
The emote command can be used in a few different ways.
- By using #emote name, you can send an emote to a specific individual (could be used for Mata Muram-type scripts).
- Ex: #emote Brainiacvince 15 I'm right behind you.
By using #emote world, you can send an emote to the entire server.
- Ex: <needed>
By using #emote zone, you can send an emote to an entire zone. Zone accepts the shortname of the zone.
- Ex: #emote skyplane 15 You hear thunderclouds rumbling in the distance.
type# argument - accepts a large range of numbers (not sure of complete range, 0-50ish tested), but below are the ones of interest. type# sets the emote color, regardless of the color set in the player's UI.
all done under the titanium client, your SoF mileage will vary.
|260||ooc green, slightly lighter|
|261||ooc green, slightly lighter|
|264||blue emote, filters under spells|
|269||yellow, filters under broadcast|
|270||blue, filters under broadcast|
|271||white, filters under spells|
|272||white, filters under broadcast|
|300||odd blue color|
message argument - accepts a string of text to display as an emote. No quotations are needed.
Ex: #emote freporte 15 The sun rises over the city walls and dawns on a glorious new day.