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.
2.4.1 THE LANDMARKS
Certain landmark areas in the land are known to all by the age of 18 and can be walked to automatically if you are within 100 steps of the landmark and not in a subdivision or on the wilderness map. LANDMARKS [type] - List all landmarks, if you're inside a player city, New Thera, or the Isle of Delos, you'll receive a localised list of landmarks. - You may filter the list of locations by specifying the type of landmark you are looking for. - You will always see personal landmarks on the unfiltered list - this is because you can always try to walk to personal landmarks regardless of your current location. - To see a list of available landmark types, use LANDMARK TYPES. WALK TO <landmark name> WALK TO <player in your city or house> - Will start you walking towards the landmark or the player in question if you're able to walk to that room normally. - In the case of walking to a player in your city or House, it will point you to where they are standing when you start. If they move, you'll still be walking to where they were, not where they are now. WALK TO <area> - This will attempt to walk to most areas. - Does not work on areas that require traversing the wilderness. WALK TO <denizen> - This will let you try to walk to any denizen that isn't owned by another player. - If there's only one denizen named that in the game, it will try to walk to it if you're in range. - If there are multiple and you specify a number for the denizen, it will try to walk to that specific denizen. - If there are multiple and you just say, for instance, WALK TO ORC, the results will tend to not be very useful as which orc you'll walk to will be unpredictable. Fun for gamblers though? Maybe! DISTANCE TO <landmark name> - Will tell you how far away the landmark is, or if it's too far to tell! - You can only calculate the distance to landmarks visible on your LANDMARKS list. STOP - This (and many other commands) will interrupt your journey. Simply re-enter the original command to resume walking. Explorer Ranking ---------------- Explorer ranking is affected by using landmarks (WALK TO) exactly as though you were walking. That is, if walking would have gained you explorer ranking, then WALK TO would also gain you explorer ranking. Personal Landmarks ------------------ Adventurers can designate personal landmarks across the lands, allowing the ability to quickly travel there at any time. Each adventurer starts with 15 marks, but may expand on this capability at the cost of 100 lessons per additional mark (up to a grand total of 45 additional marks). LANDMARK ADD <alias> - Add a personal landmark in the current room with the provided alias. LANDMARK REMOVE [HERE|<alias>] - Remove a defined personal landmark. LANDMARK EXPAND - Purchase an additional landmark. This costs 100 lessons and is non-refundable.