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- Baron17 38s
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- Ghostinthekeys 7m
- Manywaters 9s youtu.be/AAbokV76tkU
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- Archer 4m
- Jper 12s
w Storm 3m
- crashdown 4m
- deepBlue 2m
- Holiday 15m
- Malakai 41s
j Johnny 11h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
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- Brozilla 2h
- KalaniPup 6m
- jsmith225 3h
- SacredWest 1h
a Cerberus 1m Head Builder & GM when I need to
And 20 more hiding and/or disguised
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Help for 'help'

Syntax: help
         help index

Print out entries from the online documentation system. The commands `?' and `information' (usually abbreviated `info') are synonyms for `help'.

The first form prints out a summary table of contents for the entire help system.

The second form prints out the documentation available on the given topic. Many help system entries contain references to other entries accessible in this way. The topic name may be abbreviated; if there is no topic exactly matching the name you give, the help system checks for topics for which the name is a prefix, perhaps with the addition or omission of an initial `@', or perhaps with some confusion beween dashes (-) and underscores (_), e.g.,
      `bui' instead of `building',
      `who' instead of `@who',
    `@wri' instead of `write',
`add_ent' instead of `@add-entrance',
`unlock-' instead of `@unlock_for_open'

If the abbreviation you give is ambiguous, you will be presented with a list of the matching complete topic names.

The `help index' commands prints out a list of indices for the various help databases. Each index gives a list of topics available on that database. It is sometimes easier to find the topics you're interested in this way, rather than tracing through the chain of cross references.
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