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|I found a note inside the junk drawer from Khadgar himself! release||12.96 KB||Aug 27, 2020||1.13.5 +1||84||Download|
I found a note inside the junk drawer from Khadgar himself! It reads as follows:
I see you have found my junk drawer of features that have served me well over the years. Yes, some are worthless, but I’ll leave that value up to you! Do me a favor as you take possession of these; share them with others. Any bit of assistance can help us all defeat the enemy! Here is a description of the features:
The Magic of Emotes–
This passive feature will return an emote for an emote given. You can set it to where when someone slaps you, you belch, or if someone pokes you, you fart, etc. You can set it up to your heart’s desire. This is a fun feature, and sometimes people get confused when my character does a /belch after someone /thanks mine. This can sometimes throw enough confusion at the enemy for a quick getaway!
This passive feature checks for incoming SAY or YELL events from a different language then “translates” it immediately using a modifiable library of quotes. This is a translation simulator created by Goblins for comedic purposes. There have been many times my translator would go off because someone spoke in a different language, and the other adventurers were laughing. This too can distract the enemy since it “translates” what they say as well. (Note: Since the SendChatMessage function was changed, your reply/translation will be in “emote” form).
T’is but a flesh wound!–
When your health drops below 60%, 50%, 40%, and 30%, you emote quotes from the encounter between King Arthur and the Black Knight.
Raid Command Functions—-
/rwf This will place blame on a random person in your raid for a wipe. LOLZZ
/rdf This will place blame for the death of your targeted dead player on some random player within the raid.
/rafk This will let the raid know who is AFK
/rr This will let the raid know who has what roles
/niz This will tell you who is NOT in the zone of the person targeted
/rl This will list raid member levels and group them by class
Group Command Functions—-
/gwf This will place blame on a random person in your group for a wipe. tahehe
/gdf This will place blame for the death of your targeted dead player on some random player within the group.
This may not seem like a lot, but I’ll tell you that these have helped get me out of a few binds.
Peace and the gods be with you!