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  • ShaddusShaddus His Imperial Altness Outside your window.Member Posts: 7,652 Transcendent
    Tridemon said:
    How can you prevent forced orders?
    There's probably going to need to be context. Pooka is hard to avoid except like Synkarin said. TP dominate would probably require being psishielded. Darkmaster in Necroscream could probably be avoided due to being deaf.
    If I'm not good enough for Lusternia, then it is no longer good enough for me.
  • VeyilsVeyils Member Posts: 1,457 Mythical
    May depend a little on the command forced and who did it?
  • MaligornMaligorn Windborne Member Posts: 2,693 Transcendent
    Yeah -- depending on what command is being forced, you can usually avoid it by just being off-bal when the person sends the order. I.e. if someone orders you to kneel or perform a skill, if you're offbal/eq it won't work.

    If someone is forcing you to unenemy all, it's a very simple fix: just make an "enemyall" alias. In the field you'd have send("enemy <person1> <person2> (so on and so forth, listing all active enemy combatants) "). It's also useful to have for those pesky gloomtiders.

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  • MrakMrak Member Posts: 183 Adept
    Necro-ing this thread:

    Can someone tell what breaks chasm here?

    https://ada-young.appspot.com/pastebin/8Xndj3GE
  • EjderhaEjderha Member Posts: 128 Master
    Mrak said:
    Necro-ing this thread:

    Can someone tell what breaks chasm here?

    https://ada-young.appspot.com/pastebin/8Xndj3GE
    That looks like the MMF function to show bleed and bruising after monk attacks. It sends SHOW BLEEDING and SHOW BRUISING. 

    The function is called valid.hemorrhaging()
  • MrakMrak Member Posts: 183 Adept
    That was it, thanks! A super easy fix too. Strange that it 1) does that through mmf being paused, and 2) doesn't just use gmcp and echo.
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