See the Emote page for a complete list of emotes.
== Informacje o postaci ==
*/age Pojawia się komunikat: You have played this character for <x> hours <y> minutes over the past <z> days/months. Across all characters, you have played for <w> hours <v> minutes over the past <g> days/months. You have spent <t> minutes on this map.
*/deaths Prints the following message in your chat window: You have died <x> time(s).
*/health Prints the following message in your chat window: Health <x>/<y>, Energy <z>/<w>
*/hp Same as /health
== Miscellaneous ==
*/bonus Creates any promotional weapons unlocked for the account in your character inventory. Only works in an outpost.
*/bonusitems Prints a complete list of your pre-order items to your chat window.
*/cokeplay This command is for Korean players only. See Coke Item. For other players, it works like /bonus
*/favor Displays the length of time left before the Favor of the Gods expires, or displays how many more players must achieve the maximum rank in a title before the world once again earns favor.
*/help Opens the Help Panel. Same functionality as the F10 key
*/ignore [character name] Adds the named character (and any other characters on that same account to your ignore list (if space permits).
*/ignore Adds the currently targeted character (and any other characters on that same account to your ignore list (if space permits).
*/invite [character name] Invites the named character to your group. Only works in an outpost.
*/invite Invites the currently targeted character to your group. Only works in an outpost.
*/ip Displays the IP address of the server to which you are connected.
*/kick [character name] Use to kick someone out of your group. Only works in an outpost.
*/leave Use to leave your group. Only works in an outpost.
*/namepet [name] Changes the name of your pet. If used without a [name] parameter, this will restore the default name of the animal. Szablon:Anchors
*/petname [name] Same as /namepet
*/preorder Same as /bonusitems.
*/report [character name] Sends a report about the named character for bad behavior.
*/report Sends a report about the player currently targeted.
*/resign If all members of a team use this command in PvP their team forfeits. If all members of a party use this command in PvE their team dies and the party leader receives the 'Return to town' button on his screen. Doing this will not increase the death count displayed by "/deaths".
*/retreat No known use.
*/roll <n> Using this emote rolls an n-sided die (2-100 sides). Only works in Guild Halls and outside of towns and outposts.
*/.spawn No known use.
*/special Creates any special items unlocked for the account in your character inventory.
*/stuck Frees your character if he/she becomes stuck. This not only frees you from being stuck in the ground, but can also show you where you are standing if you think you might be "rubberbanding". In addition any skill currently being activated is canceled.
A bug is an error (in performance) or a flaw (in design) in a game which prevents it from working as intended. This includes things such as graphical glitches, players' input being processed wrong, or other features not working properly. Bugs are often fixed in game updates.
For a list of current known bugs, see Category:Bugs.
An anomaly, on the other hand, is when it isn't explicitly known how a feature is intended to work, but it's inconsistent with the rest of the game. For example, Empathy triggers on missed attack skills, but Vigorous Spirit does not; neither one mentions if it's supposed to.
For a list of current known anomalies, see List of skill anomalies.
*/wiki Opens the front page of the wiki
*/wiki [article name] Searches the entire wiki for the specified content.
*/a Send a message to the local channel
*/g Send a message to the guild channel
*/p Send a message to the team channel
*/trade or /tr Send a message to the trade channel
*/t [character name], [message] Send a whisper
*/tell [character name], [message] Same as /t
*/w [character name], [message] Same as /t
*/whisper [character name], [message] Same as /t
==Developer and GM Commands==
Developers and GMs have special commands that they can use for debugging, support, and for hosting live events.
In addition, developers have special commands that they can use on the private development and staging servers in order to test new functionality. These commands are not available, even to developers, on the live servers. Developers intentionally limit their ability to cheat or to affect the economy on the live servers, because they want to play the game the same way everyone else does, and they don't want to have to police other developers and GMs.
The command to invoke 'game master' status is /.gm although this will only work if you are an employee of ArenaNet.