Inventory (Item command)
inventory [all | <container> | all here [item]] [brief]
This command by itself (or if invoked by the shortcut 'i') will list
all items on your immediate person. This includes any objects that you
are wearing, wielding, holding or carrying. This 'simple' inventory will
even be displayed if you cannot see and costs little time to complete even
in combat. It will display your exact gold if you are not in combat, and
give you a quick estimate of it if you are in combat.
If invoked with the 'all' argument, the command will display every
item you carry that is not in a closed container. It will also count like
items to reduce spam. Please note that sitting down in combat and doing
a complete inventory of all your things tends to put you at a very
distinct disadvantage. If you specify 'here', the command will instead
display a concise list of everything on the ground. If 'all here <item>'
is specified, then all items on the ground of that type will be listed.
Finally, the over-all encumbrance of your character is displayed.
This allows you to have a rough idea of how much your character's actions
may be affected by the weight you are carrying.
If invoked with a '<container>' argument, this command will list the
contents of that container, and give you a rough estimate of how full it
is. You may 'inventory' containers both on your person and on the ground.
Adding 'brief' at the end of the command syntax will filter out
autoloading items that are not held in your hands and are not in a
container. If you want the 'brief' mode to be always applied when you
type 'i', use the alias command to 'alias inventory inventory brief',
ignoring the warning of overriding a MUD command.
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