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Console Commands from Bioware
« on: July 24, 2010, 06:47:52 pm »


               Console Commands

The console is an area where you can type additional commands during game play.

Player Console Commands
The following console commands can be used at any point during game play. Simply hit the tilde (~) key and type in your command. For example to simulate rolling a 10-sided dice hit the ‘~’ key and type the following:
d10
Note: The ‘~’ key is not part of the actual command.
You will notice that hitting the ‘~’ key only brings up a cursor in the upper left-hand corner of your screen to continue typing.
The usage of each command requires typing the command, followed by zero or more parameters. The parameters do not need to be enclosed in '<' and '>'. These are simply used to indicate which items are parameters. If there is nothing shown enclosed in '<' and '>' following the command, this indicates the command requires no parameters.
For example to simulate rolling 10-sided dice five times, hit the ‘~’ key and type the following:
d10 5
Note: there should be a space between d10 and 5.
d10
Usage: d10 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 10-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d100
Usage: d100 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 100-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d12
Usage: d12 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 12-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d2
Usage: d2 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 2-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d20
Usage: d20 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 20-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d3
Usage: d3 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 3-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d4
Usage: d4 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 4-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d6
Usage: d6 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 6-sided dice and display the result on screen.
d8
Usage: d8 <x>
Where: x is an integer value specifying the number of dice to roll.
Description: This function will simulate rolling the specified number of 8-sided dice and display the result on screen.
makesafe (non-debug)
Usage: makesafe
Description: This function will move the player to a safe location, meaning a valid location in the area (ie. not in walls or on other creatures).
hidepartynames
Usage: hidepartynames
Description: This function will hide the names of party members displayed on the partybar GUI.
showpartynames
Usage: showpartynames
Description: This function will show the names of party members displayed on the partybar GUI.
setchatbuffersize
Usage: setchatbuffersize <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating how many lines the chat window's buffer should be.
Description: This function will set the buffer size of the chat window buffer.

Dungeon Master Commands

The following list of commands that can be used by the Dungeon Master. To use each command simply hit the ‘~’ key, and type in the command.
You will notice that hitting the ‘~’ key only brings up a cursor in the upper left-hand corner of your screen to continue typing.
Players who wish to use these Dungeon Master commands, hit the ‘~’ key and then type in the following:
DebugMode 1
And then you will have full access to the commands. To shut this ability off, hit the ‘~’ key and then type in:
DebugMode 0
Important Note: Players do not have access to this command if playing on a server that does not allow it.

dm_allspells
Usage: dm_allspells <x>
Where: x is an integer value of either 0 or 1.
Description: This function will enable all spells from all classes to be cast by the player if a value of 1 is specified. Specifying 0 will disable this and the player will only be allowed to cast spells his/her character is permitted according to that character's class/abilities.
dm_enablecombatdebugging
Usage: dm_enablecombatdebugging <x>
Where: x is an integer value of either 0 or 1.
Description: This function will enable and display additional information about how attacks, damage, and saving throws are computed.
dm_getfactionreputation
Usage: dm_getfactionreputation <faction1> <faction2>
Where: faction1 is the name of a faction.
faction2 is the name of a faction.
Description: This function will retrieve the reputation value for how faction2 feels about faction1 and display it.
dm_getmodulevarfloat
Usage: dm_getmodulevarfloat <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will retrieve and display on screen the specified local variable from the module.
dm_getmodulevarint
Usage: dm_getmodulevarint <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will retrieve and display on screen the specified local variable from the module.
dm_getmodulevarobject
Usage: dm_getmodulevarobject <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will retrieve and display on screen the specified local variable from the module.
dm_getmodulevarstring
Usage: dm_getmodulevarstring <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will retrieve and display on screen the specified local variable from the module.
dm_getmodulevarvector
Usage: dm_getmodulevarvector <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will retrieve and display on screen the specified local variable from the module.
dm_gettime
Usage: dm_gettime
Description: This function will display the current game time of the module on screen.
dm_getvarfloat
Usage: dm_getvarfloat <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The specified local variable will be retrieved from the target you click and be displayed on screen.
dm_getvarint
Usage: dm_getvarint <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The specified local variable will be retrieved from the target you click and be displayed on screen.
dm_getvarobject
Usage: dm_getvarobject <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The specified local variable will be retrieved from the target you click and be displayed on screen.
dm_getvarstring
Usage: dm_getvarstring <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The specified local variable will be retrieved from the target you click and be displayed on screen.
dm_getvarvector
Usage: dm_getvarvector <varname>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to get.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The specified local variable will be retrieved from the target you click and be displayed on screen.
dm_giveXP
Usage: dm_giveXP <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount of experience points to give.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will be given the specified amount of experience points.
dm_givegold
Usage: dm_givegold <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount of gold to give.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will be given the specified amount of gold.
dm_givelevel
Usage: dm_givelevel <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the number of experience levels to give.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will be given enough experience points to advance the specified number of experience levels.
dm_god
Usage: dm_god
Description: This function will make the player invulnerable.
dm_heal
Usage: dm_heal
Description: This function will restore the player back to full hitpoints.
dm_jumptopoint
Usage: dm_jumptopoint <x> <y> <area>
Where: x is a floating point value indicating the x-coordinate in the area you wish to jump to.
y is a floating point value indicating the y-coordinate in the area you wish to jump to.
area is the area tag of the area you wish to jump to.
Description: This function will send the player to the specified x,y coordinate in the area specified.
dm_levelup
Usage: dm_levelup
Description: This function will advance the player by one level of experience.
dm_modifyCHA
Usage: dm_modifyCHA <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Charisma adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyCON
Usage: dm_modifyCON <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Constitution adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyDEX
Usage: dm_modifyDEX <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Dexterity adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyINT
Usage: dm_modifyINT <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Intelligence adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifySTR
Usage: dm_modifySTR <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Strength adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyWIS
Usage: dm_modifyWIS <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the skill by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Wisdom adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyage
Usage: dm_modifyage <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the age by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its age adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyattackbase
Usage: dm_modifyattackbase <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the base attack bonus by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base attack bonus adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifysavefortitude
Usage: dm_modifysavefortitude <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the save value by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its fortitude save value adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifysavereflex
Usage: dm_modifysavereflex <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the save value by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its reflex save value adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifysavewill
Usage: dm_modifysavewill <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the save value by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its will save value adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_modifyspellresistance
Usage: dm_modifyspellresistance <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the amount to adjust the spell resistance by.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its spell resistance adjusted by the value specified. Positive values will cause an increase, while negative values will cause a decrease.
dm_movetoarea
Usage: dm_movetoarea <area>
Where: area is the area tag of the area to move to.
Description: This function will move the player to the specified area.
dm_runscript
Usage: dm_runscript <script>
Where: script is the name of the script to run.
Description: This function will run the specified script.
dm_setCHA
Usage: dm_setCHA <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Charisma set to the value specified.
dm_setCON
Usage: dm_setCON <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Constitution set to the value specified.
dm_setDEX
Usage: dm_setDEX <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Dexterity set to the value specified.
dm_setINT
Usage: dm_setINT <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Intelligence set to the value specified.
dm_setSTR
Usage: dm_setSTR <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Strength set to the value specified.
dm_setWIS
Usage: dm_setWIS <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the ability score to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base Wisdom set to the value specified.
dm_setCR
Usage: dm_setCR <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the challenge rating.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its challenge rating set to the value specified.
dm_setage
Usage: dm_setage <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the age to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its age set to the value specified.
dm_setattackbase
Usage: dm_setattackbase <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the base attack bonus to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its base attack bonus set to the value specified.
dm_setfaction
Usage: dm_setfaction <x>
Where: x is the name of the faction to set the target to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its faction set to the one specified.
dm_setfactiondefender
Usage: dm_setfactiondefender
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its faction set to be a defender.
dm_setfactionenemy
Usage: dm_setfactionenemy
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its faction set to be an enemy.
dm_setfactionreputation
Usage: dm_setfactionreputation <faction1> <faction2> <x>
Where: faction1 and faction2 are the names of factions. x is an integer value indicating the value to set the reputation value to.
Description: This function will set the reputation value for how faction2 feels about faction1 (0 is hostile, 100 is friendly).
dm_setmodulevarfloat
Usage: dm_setmodulevarfloat <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is a floating point value that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will set a local variable on the module with the specified name and value.
dm_setmodulevarint
Usage: dm_setmodulevarint <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is an integer value that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will set a local variable on the module with the specified name and value.
dm_setmodulevarobject
Usage: dm_setmodulevarobject <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is an object id value that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will set a local variable on the module with the specified name and value.
dm_setmodulevarstring
Usage: dm_setmodulevarstring <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is a string that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will set a local variable on the module with the specified name and value.
dm_setmodulevarvector
Usage: dm_setmodulevarvector <varname> <x> <y> <z>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
x is a floating point value indicating the x component of the vector.
y is a floating point value indicating the y component of the vector.
z is a floating point value indicating the z component of the vector.
Description: This function will set a local variable on the module with the specified name and value.
dm_setspellresistance
Usage: dm_setspellresistance <x>
Where: x is an integer value indicating the value to set the spell resistance to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have its spell resistance set to the value specified.
dm_settime
Usage: dm_settime <h> <m> <s> <ms>
Where: h is the hour to set the time to.
m is the minutes to set the time to.
s is the seconds to set the time to.
ms is the milliseconds to set the time to.
Description: This function will set the game time in the module to the specified hour, minute, second, and millisecond.
dm_setvarfloat
Usage: dm_setvarfloat <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is a floating point value that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have a local variable set with the specified name and value.
dm_setvarint
Usage: dm_setvarint <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is an integer value that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have a local variable set with the specified name and value.
dm_setvarobject
Usage: dm_setvarobject <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is an object id that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have a local variable set with the specified name and value.
dm_setvarstring
Usage: dm_setvarstring <varname> <value>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
value is a string that varname will be set to.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have a local variable set with the specified name and value.
dm_setvarvector
Usage: dm_setvarvector <varname> <x> <y> <z>
Where: varname is the name of the variable to set.
x is a floating point value indicating the x component of the vector.
y is a floating point value indicating the y component of the vector.
z is a floating point value indicating the z component of the vector.
Description: This function will activate action target mode. The target you click will have a local variable set with the specified name and value.
dm_showarea
Usage: dm_showarea
Description: This function will reveal all the tiles in the current area by removing the 'fog of war'.
dm_spawncreature
Usage: dm_spawncreature <creature>
Where: creature is the creature tag of the creature to spawn in.
Description: This function will effectively cause the player to summon the specified creature.
dm_mylittlepony
Usage: dm_mylittlepony
Description: This function will enable a cool visual treat! Typing it again will toggle the effect off.
dm_cowsfromhell
Usage: dm_cowsfromhell
Description: This function will summon, well... cows from hell!

*reposted by JFK