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What’s the Score?

Perhaps the most valuable display in the game is your “score.” A couple of newcomers have indicated that this is confusing, so here is the breakdown. The following is the output from my “sco” at the moment:

You have attained : (mage 20) (warrior 18) (cleric 20) (thief 16).
You have 355(355) hit, 283(290) mana and 100(100) movement points.
You have scored 31263 exp, and have 153181 gold coins.
You have been playing for 19 days and 12 hours.
You are 61 years old.
You are carrying 8 items, totaling 138 pounds.
You have 20 of 20 saveable valuable items.
You have been to 70 zones and have seen %70 of the world.
You have killed %32 of the mobs, and have seen %4 of the items.
You belong to the Knights of the Realm.
You are standing.
The wrath of Set flows through you!
You can detect living creatures.
You can sense the red aura of evil.
You can detect invisible.
You can detect magic.
You feel pumped up.
You feel dexterous.
You feel the strength of youth.
You can see far into the distance.
You sense some divine protection.

Here’s the breakdown on what it all means:

You have attained : (mage 20) (warrior 18) (cleric 20) (thief 16).
These are my current class levels. I’ve maxed out Mage and Cleric and I’m currently working on bringing thief up to Warrior level. My ultimate goal is 20×4, that is, level 20 in all 4 classes
You have 355(355) hit, 283(290) mana and 100(100) movement points.
These are my current levels of hitpoints (health), mana (magic ability) and movement.
You have scored 31263 exp, and have 153181 gold coins.
I’m 31,263 points toward my next level and I’m carrying way too much gold.
You have been playing for 19 days and 12 hours.
This character has been in the game for a total of 468 hours. This represents only a small fraction of the number of hours I’ve actually played this game over the last 10 years.
You are 61 years old.
I’m actually over 100. A spell is keeping my age down artificially. See below
You are carrying 8 items, totaling 138 pounds.
When I type “inv” I see 8 items, including two bags. This is way too much stuff (weightwise).
You have 20 of 20 saveable valuable items.
One of the limitations on characters is that they can only carry so many “saveable” items. Sometimes these are good items (weapons, armor, treasure) and sometimes it’s minor things (like magic mushrooms). I’m carrying two full sets of yashkad boots/gauntlets to give out.
You have been to 70 zones and have seen %70 of the world.
A little math indicates that there must be 100 zones in the world. I’ve seen a lot of it.
You have killed %32 of the mobs, and have seen %4 of the items.
By comparison to the zones, I’ve only killed about 1/3 of the available mobs (mobile monsters) and only seen a very tiny fraction of the available items. I may have actually held them, but if I didn’t “look object” it doesn’t count, so this is a slightly misleading number
You belong to the Knights of the Realm.
I belong to the KtRm clan. In fact I’m the head of it. If you’re over level 7 and would like to join, please contact me.
You are standing.
This is my current status. I could be sleeping, sitting, resting, etc.
The wrath of Set flows through you!
You can detect living creatures.
You can sense the red aura of evil.
You can detect invisible.
You can detect magic.
You feel pumped up.
You feel dexterous.
You feel the strength of youth.
You can see far into the distance.
You sense some divine protection.
I’m currently under the influence of those spells. It varies as time passes.

2 Responses to “What’s the Score?”

  1. on 31 Jan 2009 at 3:10 pm Chandra

    There are actually a total of 77 zones (It was 76 before the recent addition on the southern woods). The reason the math doesn’t add up is because the zones are different sizes.

    When it says you’ve seen 70% of the world, that doesn’t meant 70% of the zones. It just means 70% of the individual rooms.

    Where have you been, by the way?
    Get on and we’ll kill some stuff!

  2. on 17 Oct 2015 at 10:47 pm Sidarth

    how do you find what territories clans own

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