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TerraFirmA has a mailing facilty to get in contact with players who are not currenly logged in. To mudmail a player type mail <player>. Typing mail without arguments examines your own mail box for any unread mail. If a player does not exist in the player files then you will not be able to mail them. The mailer will tell you about this.

When sending mudmail you will enter a mail editor. Remember to press return occasionally or else you will lose the text off the right hand side of the screen. To quit and send mail type ** on a new line. Normal game commands can be entered while you are in the editor, by starting a new line with an * followed by the command.

Example :

mail babygirl
MAIL>Hello BabyGirl!
MAIL> I wanted to ...
Your mail has been sent.

Status of the Game

A player can find out various things about the game or their character while they are on. Some of the most common commands are:


TerraFirmA is such a huge place that is difficult to keep track of absolutely every little detail. In this area we ask you to help as much as possible by reporting BUGS, TYPOS, and IDEAS. (Read the HELP file on the game for each of the above).

Also, if you see anything that needs fixing or have idea for this Web site, please mail the TF Webmaster.


Don't forget to check out the HELP command on the game. This shows several commands needed to participate in the game. Typing HELP <command> will usually give you a more detailed explanation of that command!

Also, the INFO files show information that may not be included here.

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