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- Brozilla 5m
- Baron17 1m
- MongOfTheWeek 6s
- Supermarket 35m Guess what? In ur BUTT.
- Atheran 1h
- Jameson 8m making the eternal black firmament my side bitch
- Strummer 19m
- FancyPenguin 22m
- Diani 22s Why do you write like you're running out of time?
- MisterMeeseeks 25m Hey! I am Mister Meeseeks! Look at me!
- Vivvykins 6m
- Jade1202 1h
- Speccy 3s
- phangsu 27s
- Holiday 2h
- Grey0 1m
- jsmith225 5h
- Archer 23s
- KalaniPup 31m
- Selly 10h
j Johnny 13h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
- SacredWest 13s
a Cerberus 2m Head Builder & GM when I need to
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Help for 'grapple'

SYNTAX: grapple

This is a very detailed feature of Sindome. It can be used both inside combat and outside combat.

Regardless of whether you are in combat or not, if you are holding someone, you can type 'free ' to release them. Likewise, if you are being held, typing 'resist' will attempt to escape from their hold.

Outside of Combat:

Grapple can be used to hold a person, keep them in a room, or to drag them around. There are other commands associated with grapple that can be used when someone is being held as well, such as the 'force' verb on vehicles.

Inside of Combat:

In combat, grappling can be an effective tool towards victory. If you're engaging someone, and proceed to grapple them, you will automatically attempt to strangle them. After several rounds of successful strangle rolls, they may pass out. In which case, you may do with them as you please. The fight is ended.

However, if there are multiple people engaged in a fight, grappling can be used to hold someone in place or even to use someone as a human shield. If you are holding someone, there is a chance they will get hit with attacks aimed at you. Any attacks aimed at them have a very high chance of hitting, however, they may hit you instead of the person you are holding.

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