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- Manywaters 6m
- Baron17 14s
- CharonFlora 24s
- NovaQuinn 5m
- SacredWest 5m
- Hippo 33m
- Ghostinthekeys 4m
- Speccy 17s
- LilSh4 13s
- waddlerafter 8s
- Diani 12m Shake hands with him! Charm her!
- crashdown 4m
- Fire 2m https://i.imgur.com/CF2ywFy.jpg
- Satanic 43m
- Whoja 1h
- villa 1m
- wooshoo2 2h
- dreambeats 6s Fart hard enough and you'll have grey matter in ya shorts.
- vantablack 25m
- NEVERWINEVER 2h
- OPAhostile 1m
- attaboy 50s
- Tequilajoe 3s
- Napoleon 20m Bad bish is bad.
- Neekly 1h
- Luck 20m
- DiamondNine 2m
- Evie 3m
- stylo 7m
j Johnny 54s New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
- Malanth 37s
- Ryan101 18s
- Barrien 1h
- BCingyou 2s
- FancyPenguin 54s
- Dawnshot 3h https://youtu.be/qg_7saEbnwE
- Azelle 1h
- Cyberpunker 1m
a Cerberus 46m Head Builder & GM when I need to
- Chrissl1983 10h Really enjoying this awesome game to the fullest!
- jsmith225 22h
And 29 more hiding and/or disguised
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Help for '@more'

*subst*
Syntax: @more
         @more rest
         @more flush

If you have @pagelength set (see `help @pagelength') and some combination of events or commands produces sufficiently many lines of output, you will see a message of the form

%[strsub(player.more_msg,"%%n","37")]

indicating (in this case) 37 more lines of text waiting to be read.
At this point, you should give one of the @more commands above.

@more without arguments prints sufficiently many lines to fill your screen,
assuming you've set @pagelength correctly, unless there are not that many
lines left to print.

@more rest will print all of the remaining lines, regardless of your @pagelength setting.

@more flush discards all remaining lines
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PORT: 5555

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