Achaea Help Files
Achaea has hundreds of help files to you learn about Achaea. This is a copy of the in-game help file structure. HELP in-game will show you this same menu.
6.13.1 FOR MENTORS
The mentoring system in Achaea is a system that is designed to ensure a friendly reception into Achaea by newbies. When you wish to mentor someone, you would type MENTOR <adventurer>. You must be in the room with him at the time. PROTEGES will list any proteges you currently have. In return for taking on the responsibilities of a mentor, you will gain 5% of the first four credit purchases your protege makes, up to 1000 total credits of purchases by the protege. These credits will be received as bound. Under NO circumstances are you to ask the newbie if he or she intends to buy credits. The responsibilities of you as a mentor are to answer all questions about Achaea that a newbie has, to the best of your ability, and to, at the very least, help him to help himself. You may choose to give him gold, or equipment, but at the least, you must help him go ratting, help him find other things to fight, and perhaps even help him do some quests or kill some things. If your protege needs help, you are expected to help him or her. The privilege of mentorship means that your proteges come first, and you come second. If you cannot handle this, do not be a mentor. Once the newbie has either purchased credits or played for at least 25 hours, he will likely need less help, but you should still be willing to grant reasonable assistance if need be. Remember that it is to your advantage to help him out. The more interested in Achaea he becomes, the more likely he will be to buy credits, and the more credits you will get. We take the position of mentor seriously, and if you are not performing your duties as a mentor, then you risk having your ability to be a mentor taken away. Tips for Mentors: 1) When dealing with newbies, always try to be in-role. 2) Even if it is not entirely in-role, be patient with them. Remember that Achaea is probably much different from their previous mudding experience (if any). 3) Don't try to push them to buy credits. It's the sort of thing you might want to casually work into a conversation if the newbie asks about other ways to get lessons, but any hard-selling is strictly out of the question. 4) To sum it all up: Be professional. You are representing Achaea to newbies, who are the lifeblood of the world. A final note: Should things not work out in the worst of ways, a mentor can renounce a protege via RENOUNCE PROTEGE <protege>.