Chat Commands

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Chat Commands are additional features that players can utilize to aid them in their journeys throughout Midgard. Chat Commands can be accessed by typing a @ followed by a specific line of text into the chat box normally used to chat with other players. Listed below are all the available Chat Commands and how to use them.

Setting up Auto Commands

This special feature allows you to have any Chat Commands of your choosing be automatically set every time any character on your Master Account logs into the game.

To start setting this up you need to send a whisper message to a special NPC. In the bottom left most part of the chat box type NPC:AutoCommands as your whisper recipient, then enter any text to send to this NPC; It's not important what you send.

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Upon sending any message a special configuration box will appear on your screen.
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Simply follow the prompts and you'll be able to set a Chat Command to automatically activate every time you log in to the game.
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You can repeat this process to add up to 10 different Chat Commands but be sure to select "Save" when you have added all the commands you want. All the commands you have entered will now be automatically enabled every time you log into the game. You can come back to this configuration screen at any time to further customize your Auto Commands.

Basic Commands


This will display a list showing all the available Chat Commands.


Type any other command name following this command. Instructions on how to use that command will be displayed.

For example typing @help autotrade will display information on how the autotrade command works.


Displays all the various rates used on the server for Base experience, Job experience, Card drops, MVP drops, and more.


Displays your current Base and Job experience level and your percentages towards the next level.


Type any message you like after the command. The message will then be visually displayed as if it were an action being performed by your character.

For example if a character named Fred was to type @me eats Cheese the message would then be displayed to other players as * :Fred eats Cheese: *


Typing this command will automatically decline any requests from other players to trade or party with you. Typing the command again will disable this effect.


Allows a character who knows the Warp Portal ability to set or change their memorized locations.


Enables or disables kill steal protection mode. This prevents other players outside of your party members from attacking enemies that you have engaged in combat.


Displays the current real world time in the servers time zone.


Displays how long the server has been online for since its last reset.


Enables or disables experience display. The amount of earned experience will be shown in the chat box each time you defeat enemies or complete quests.


Allows you to check if the party you're in contains multiple characters from the same Master Account.


Shows you the cooldowns for the daily MDs that you have available to you (for example, will show you Poring Village if your base level is between 30 - 60) and the time until they reset.

Items: IDs, Buying, and Selling

@iteminfo or @ii

Type an items' name or ID number after the command. Detailed information on up to 5 items matching your entry will be displayed.

@autotrade or @at

Allows a player with a personal shop currently open to log out of the game and continue vending without needing to keep an active connection to the game.

@whosells or @ws

Type an items' name or ID number after the command. A list of all players currently vending that item will be displayed along with information on the location of their stores.


Type a character name after the command. If that character is currently vending a guide line will lead you to that characters location.

Automatic Looting


When enabled loot dropped by defeated enemies will be automatically placed in the characters inventory instead of falling to the ground.

A number can be typed after this command to only automatically loot items below a specified drop chance.


Choose which types of items you wish to autoloot. You can add or remove categories of items you wish to autoloot by using a + or - followed by the category of item.

Available categories include healing, usable, etc, weapon, armor, card, petegg, ammo


Type the ID Number after a + for any specified item you wish your character to automatically loot.

For example the ID number for Red Herb is "507". Typing @alootid +507 will cause your character to automatically loot any Red Herbs that drop from defeated enemies.

If you later decide you no longer wish to automatically loot Red Herbs, you could type @alootid -507 to remove it from the list.

Alternatively if you've added several items to your alootid list you can remove all of them by typing @alootid reset


Enables or disables area looting mode. When you pick any item off the ground you will also pick up every other item within a 7x7 cell radius.


allows you to add items to be excluded from @autoloot. Example: @droploot +909. You will no longer pick up Jellopy when you use @autoloot.

Mob Locations and Drops

@mobinfo or @mi

Type this command followed by an enemies name or ID number. This will display detailed information about the enemy. Information includes details such as experience, hp, hit chance, flee chance, element, race, and loot drops from the enemy.


Type this command followed by an enemies name or ID number. This will display information on the maps you can find that enemy on as well as how many spawn on that map.


Enables or disables the display of chat notifications when you loot items below a specified drop rate or equipment with at least a specified number of options

Typing @showrare followed by a number will display notifications for loot below that drop chance. For example typing @showrare 5 will display notifications for any loot found with less than a 5% drop chance.

Typing @showrare 0 followed by a number will display notifications for loot drops with at least that many options. For example typing @showrare 0 3 will display notifications for any loot found with at least 3 options.

Both these modes can be combined. For example typing @showrare 5 3 will display notifications for any loot that has below a 5% drop chance and with at least 3 options.


Type this command followed by an items name or ID number. This will display which enemies have a chance to drop the specified item.

Chat Channels

Chat channels are server wide channels that you can use to chat with other players. When you first start playing on Project Zero you will automatically be in the #main, #party, #trade, and #support chat channels. To chat in a channel type a hashtag followed by the channels name into the whisper recipient part of the chat box.

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@channel list

Lists all the available public chat channels you can join.

@channel leave

Leaves a chat channel. For example typing @channel leave #main will remove you from the #main channel and you will no longer see messages from players in that channel.


Join a chat channel. For example typing @join #main will join the #main channel and allow you to see and chat with other players in the #main channel.

@channel bindto

Sets a channel to be the default channel you send messages to. For example typing @channel bindto #main will cause all regular messages you send without a whisper recipient or to a specified group like party or guild chat to be sent to the #main channel instead.



Dueling allows you to engage in a PvP battle with another player. Typing this command will begin the process of creating a duel.


Type a character name after this command to send them a request to duel with you.


Leaves your duel.


Accept another players request to duel you.


Decline another players request to duel you.