On Aarchon we have very strict rules against botting but there are still a number of useful triggers you may want to consider using to enhance or simplify your experience. See below for a brief list of triggers designed to work in zMUD. These triggers can be copy/pasted directly into your command prompt. Make sure that once they are pasted, you have parsing enabled (the computer icon in the bottom right should not have a red "x" over it), then hit enter. You won't receive any kind of notification that they were successfully entered, but you can go to your "triggers" and see that they are there. Also make sure you then go to settings at the top, and click save or save as to save the profile.



Anti-void trigger
This trigger is designed to keep your player in the game without dropping connection. It can be very useful for hero level characters but very dangerous for non-hero level characters, as they are prone to death from starvation and dessication. Use with caution. Not recommended for players who are not hero level.
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#TRIGGER {You disappear into the void.} {look}
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Stat-rolling Trigger
One of the more popular and slightly complicated triggers, this can be used to get a good dice roll for your character which leads to better/higher stats. Read these directions carefully. The only number you should be changing is the "1000" to whatever dice roll you are aiming for. The default stats are a 925 roll, most players aim for anything over 1000 for their first few remorts. Any roll above 1075 is generally considered a great roll. The highest possible roll is 1205, however we have never seen anything above 1125. Don't be surprised it takes several days of rolling to get a 1095+ roll. ALSO, VERY IMPORTANT: Do not type "reroll" manually while this trigger is enabled. You should type "show" in order to restart the trigger. Make sure that when it lands on a number you are happy with, you disable triggers before assigning stats.
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#TRIGGER {Dice left to distribute: (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n), (%n)} {#VAR dtotal 0;#MATH dtotal (%1+%2+%3+%4+%5+%6+%7+%8+%9+%10+%11+%12+%13+%14+%15);#IF (@dtotal < 1000) {reroll} {#WAIT 10000;#ECHO @dtotal;show}}
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Quest Time Trigger
The Quest Time Trigger is designed to give you a notification whenever you're able to quest again. You can change the beep to something else if you'd like.
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#TRIGGER {You may now quest again.} {#BEEP;#ECHO TIME FOR ANOTHER QUEST!}
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Food / Dessication Trigger
This trigger will hopefully help notify / remind you when your character needs to eat and/or drink. Sometimes in the spam of combat you miss the messages about being hungry/thirsty. Remember you can go drink lemonade from the fountain 2n of Palace Square and it will quench thirst and hunger.
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#TRIGGER {You are hungry.} {#BEEP;#ECHO YOU NEED TO EAT!}
#TRIGGER {You are starving.} {#BEEP;#ECHO YOU NEED TO EAT!}
#TRIGGER {You are thirsty.} {#BEEP;#ECHO YOU NEED TO DRINK!}
#TRIGGER {You are desiccated.} {#BEEP;#ECHO YOU NEED TO DRINK!}
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