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- Napoleon 22m Bad bish is bad.
- SolBro 7m
- Nebula 1s
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- Wonderland 2m
- RealHumanBean 5m Something?
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- Rigo 35m
- Diani 40s Why do you write like you're running out of time?
- Stelpher 1h
- Archer 9m
- Atheran 3h
- Brozilla 1m
- Malestrom 2h
- Ephemeralis 7m
- pfh 1h
- Cyberpunker 41s
- jsmith225 9h
- arm0r3r 5m
a Cerberus 4h Head Builder & GM when I need to
- SacredWest 10h
j Johnny 1d New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
And 22 more hiding and/or disguised
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Help for 'spoof'

Spoofing is used to put your name in the middle of a sentence, and not at the beginning like an emote. It is for including environmental action or information in the scene, not for messages which are core roleplaying of your own character's actions.

Note well: Your character cannot "speak" in a spoof. Doublequote characters will be stripped out of the spoof's content. Use the emote, pose, say, or to commands for speech.

Syntax:
      
!

Examples:

!As dust blows outside, Player walks into the Drome with a swagger in his step.

It will show up as:

As dust blows outside, Player walks into the Drome with a swagger in his step.

Your name must be included, either through typing it into the message or adding %n where it would be in the message. If a name is not included, it will be tacked onto the end of the messages like so:

Terrible winds blow outside the door and rattle the windows. --Player
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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.