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Say sends the message to all of the people in the room, but marks it as being intended for a particular recipient. If you were in a room and Draconius had said 'hello' to Eek then you would see:

Draconius says to Eek: hello

The # and @ can be used to use a specific language and an adverb to the message. You can use partial matching for a language, so for example #eng will make you speak in English. You may also put the language name in quotes after the # to speak in languages which have spaces in them.

There is an option to do with accents that allows you to see the text mangled, or a short string saying what the accent is. Use the option output accent to set the behaviour.

Syntax Forms

sayto <living> <message> 

Deliver the indicated message to the indicated target.


Example one

> sayto draconius What up, dawg. You say to Draconius Wyrmstalker: What up, dawg.

See Also:

sayto, whisper, whisperto, lsay, lsayto, shout
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