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When you learn a new crafting skill, use recipe known to find out what you can make, and recipe unknown to see what you might be able to make in the future.
Use peer when exploring new areas, it can save your character's life! It won't always work, but when it does it can be very useful.
Use @<name> to reference other things in your emotes, to roll your eyes @Rias without hard-coding what you would call them. Using @ by itself to target yourself. You can also @<object>, point @crate to let everyone know which one you're talking about. Remember, emote responsibly.
You can use possessives in emotes! Use @my, @me's, or @'s to target yourself possessively, but remember it will remove your name as the first word of the emote, and just use @<name>'s for the possessive form of someone else. Remember, emote responsibly.
Not good at remembering post office numbers? Use mail alias <name> <number> to have the game remember it for you. Using mail alias without modifiers will show what you've already remembered.
No need to `get` it first, use `stow <item>` to put it directly in your bags from the ground.
You'll automatically eat to keep your nutrition above 60% on the wilderness map. If you often forget to keep enough food until you're out, keep a closed pouch with some extra food for the trip back. Just remember to eat it before it spoils!
You can give people more than one name with the name command. With name person as <adjective> <name> <color> you'll probably remember enough about them to interact appropriately.
You can use a mask or hood to disguise yourself, just pull hood, wear mask (or pull neckerchief). Just remember to take it off sometimes or you'll look suspicious!
Want a hip-quiver and can only find a back-quiver? Hold that quiver and use the modify command to swap between the two. Works for canteens too!
Use gird to get your melee weapon and shield quickly, and unarm to put them away just as fast.
Most character decisions don't have to be permanent, use ability unlearn to forget an ability, and skill decrease to forget a skill.
Too much stuff on the floor for you to read through, try using `contents` to see it with one item per line.
Picked up bushcraft, but can't find lithics to knap? Read help flint to get hints on where to find some.
Need to stash an item for a little bit until you can come back for it? Hide <object> will hide the object in the room. Interacting with it will give away it's location though, so take care.
You can specify hidden objects with hidden (get hidden package), and also specifically target non-hidden objects using visible or unhidden (get visible package).
When you leave a dark place, consider `extinguish`ing your light source so you can use it again later.
You can gain experience by completing tasks, using skills you've trained, or defeating challenging opponents in combat.
Bushcraft is useful for survival in the wild, but most bushcraft goods (including forage) don't get much riln. You're better off with a profession skill to make serious riln.
Hungry and lost in the wilderness? You can `forage` for food, or `forage pine cone` and `crush pine cone` to get pine nuts. They're edible raw, but you'll need a skillet and bushcraft or cooking skill to cook them.
Using the `outfit` command can help make wearing and removing armor or costumes a breeze!
Too many structures on your farm? Use `demolish` to clear one off and make a little more room.
If you find yourself at the market often, use `browse new` or `list recent` to see what's been added recently.
Injuries won't heal on their own, you'll need a physicker to treat them. The physicker at the town infirmary can treat most things, but only PC physickers can splint fractured bones and treat frostbite.
Some objects are more than they appear. If an object says it can be studied, you can get a portfolio and study it. You'll need to take it back to a place of learning and study your notes to uncover its secrets though.
You can buy labels at the post office or general store and `label` held items or handcarts, but once applied they cannot be removed. Don't be surprised if shady figures start eyeing your pouch labeled 'riln' though.
You can sell contents <container> gems to sell all the gems in a held, worn, or pulled container. Just double check that you're not selling everything from the bag.
The transfer command will match any part of an item. Use `transfer spoiled from backpack to barrel` to quickly get rid of your spoiled food items.