Arguments: <no arguments>
With score-command, you can see the abilities, the guilds and other
attributes that are related to your character. There are many different
qualities shown, that are briefly described below:
Guilds: Shows the guilds and the related subguilds that your character
has joined. The 'tags' following the guild name may show for
example how many levels you have of that guild, the type of
guild (primary, secondary, tertiary or subguild) and the
current guild leader. It also shows you your current level and
possible free levels that allow you advance in your guilds.
Attributes: Shows the statistics that affect your character. There are
many types of characteristics which have an impact on the
skills, spells, and in general anything your character is
capable of doing.
Other: There are many abilities and earthly matters, which do not
have a direct effect on your character as an adventurer, nor
are related to the gameplay itself, such as money and amount of
Task Points. Using this command you will see more or less of
this kind of information, depending on the type of score you
decide to use.
There are three different types of score-command. They can be
changed with 'set score <type>'-command. The types are:
new: This is the most informative of all types.
compact: Using this mode, the information about your character will be
represented in more compact (and maybe less clear) form.
old: The old, traditional score type. This is the default type.
See also 'exp', 'sc', 'stats', 'set'.
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