- Hafu_Guest 26s [Welcome to Sindome]
- DiamondNine 26s
- crashdown 5m
- RealHumanBean 1m Something?
- Tequilajoe 11s Vera is my mom
- JustSomeGuy 1m
- Jeannisti 0s
- Marioanius 5s Hamilton wrote, the other 51!
- Baron17 2m
- whatislove00 17s https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=795&v=fpbOEoRrHyU
- Diani 1m Shake hands with him! Charm her!
- SolBro 3m
- Atheran 7m
- Cyberpunker 51s
- NovaQuinn 1h
- coconut 37m
- Fire 2m https://i.imgur.com/CF2ywFy.jpg
- Storm 3m
- Malakai 5m
- Kai 2m
- jwimpeney 22s
- Rigo 44s
- Speccy 5s
- BCingyou 42s
- Hippo 2h
- Barrien 8m
- Neekly 14m youtu.be/-mPw174m0VE
- Malanth 1m
- FancyPenguin 4m
- jsmith225 3s
- Rangerkrauser 6h
a Cerberus 1d Head Builder & GM when I need to
- Chrissl1983 8h Really enjoying this awesome game to the fullest!
j Johnny 16h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
And 35 more hiding and/or disguised
Connect to Sindome @ moo.sindome.org:5555 or just Play Now

Help for 'escort'

The 'escort' command enables a character to assume the role of a quasi-body guard for the targeted character. Each time the escorted character inputs a movement command, the escorting character will enter the room immediately ahead of them. You will continue to do so until you 'stop escorting'.

In order to successfully escort a character, your target must trust you to escort. If they haven't done so already, they'll be prompted to do so with the @trust command. After this, you'll have to re-enter the prompt to initiate the movement.

Unlike 'follow' and 'shadow', the act of escorting will resume when the targeted character and escorting character return to the same room, instead of needing to be manually input upon their return. Additionally, escort movements are not interrupted by differences in walking speeds, nor will entrance fee prompts; the latter only triggering for the escorted, not the escorter.

Connection Info

HOST: moo.sindome.org

PORT: 5555

Video: Initial Signup

Walk through signing up for Sindome and getting started with your first character!

Video: IC vs OOC

Learn what IC and OOC mean, how they effect you, rules you should be aware of, and more commands you should know.