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Glossary of Text Commands

Chat

Command Description
/say, /s USAGE: /say [message] Sends a message to all PCs within a small radius.
The message will not be displayed if a PC has deselected [Say] in the chat filter.
Typing /say or /s without a message switches the default chat mode to [Say].
/shout, /sh USAGE: /shout [message] Sends a message to all PCs in the same area.
The message will not be displayed if a PC has deselected [Shout] in the chat filter.
/tell, /t USAGE: /tell [PC name] [message] Sends a message to a specific PC within the same World.
This message cannot be seen by other PCs, and will not be displayed if [Tell] is deselected in the chat filter.
Typing /tell or /t [PC name] without a message switches the default chat mode to [Tell].
/party, /p USAGE: /party [message] Sends a message to all members of your current party, regardless of their location.
The message will not be displayed if a PC has deselected [Party] in the chat filter.
Typing /party or /p without a message switches the default chat mode to [Party].
/linkshell, /l USAGE: /linkshell [message] Sends a message to all members of your active linkshell, regardless of their location.
Typing /linkshell or /l without a message switches the default chat mode to [Linkshell].

>>Linkshell Channels
/linkshell1-8, /l1-8

/linkshell1, /l1 USAGE: /linkshell1 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 1, regardless of their location.
/linkshell2, /l2 USAGE: /linkshell2 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 2, regardless of their location.
/linkshell3, /l3 USAGE: /linkshell3 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 3, regardless of their location.
/linkshell4, /l4 USAGE: /linkshell4 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 4, regardless of their location.
/linkshell5, /l5 USAGE: /linkshell5 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 5, regardless of their location.
/linkshell6, /l6 USAGE: /linkshell6 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 6, regardless of their location.
/linkshell7, /l7 USAGE: /linkshell7 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 7, regardless of their location.
/linkshell8, /l8 USAGE: /linkshell8 [message] Sends a message to all members of the linkshell you have registered in linkshell slot 8, regardless of their location.
/freecompany, /fc USAGE: /freecompany [message] Sends a message to all members of your free company, regardless of their location.
Typing /freecompany or /fc without a message switches the default chat mode to [Free Company].
/echo, /e USAGE: /echo [message] Displays a message that only you can see.
/yell, /y USAGE: /yell [message] Sends a message to all PCs within a large radius.
The message will not be displayed if a PC has deselected [Yell] in the chat filter.
Typing /yell or /y without a message switches the default chat mode to [Yell].
/reply, /r USAGE: /r [message] Sends a message to the last player from whom you received a /tell.

Party Commands

Command Description
/join USAGE: /join
Accepts a party invite.
/decline USAGE: /decline
Declines a party invite.
/invite USAGE: /invite «PC name»
Invites the specified PC to your party.
Invites current target when not specified.
/kick USAGE: /kick «PC name»
Kicks the specified PC from your party.
Kicks current target when not specified.
/leader USAGE: /leader «PC name»
Promotes the specified PC to party leader.
Promotes current target when not specified.
/leave USAGE: /leave
Leave your current party.

Target Commands

Command Description
/check, /c USAGE: /check «PC name»
Examines the specified PC.
Examines current target when not specified.
/trade USAGE: /trade
Initiates a trade with your current target.
/automove USAGE: /automove
Begin running in the current direction you are facing.
Move in the opposite direction or repeat the command to cancel.
/follow USAGE: /follow
Automatically follow a targeted PC.
/loot USAGE: /loot
Opens the nearest treasure coffer and displays the loot list.
/meldrequest USAGE: /meldrequest «PC name»
Sends a materia meld request to the specified PC.
Sends request to current target when not specified.

Main Menu

Command Description
/character, /gear USAGE: /character
Opens and closes the Character interface.
/journal USAGE: /journal
Opens and closes the quest journal.
/dutyfinder, /finder
/dutyfinder, /finder

USAGE: /dutyfinder
Opens and closes the Duty Finder.
/armourychest, /armoury USAGE: /armourychest
Opens and closes your Armoury Chest.
/huntinglog, /hlog USAGE: /huntinglog
Opens and closes the hunting log.
/craftinglog, /clog USAGE: /craftinglog
Opens and closes the crafting log.
/gatheringlog, /glog USAGE: /gatheringlog
Opens and closes the gathering log.
/fishinglog, /flog USAGE: /fishinglog
Opens and closes the fishing log.
/achievements USAGE: /achievements
Opens the list of in-game FINAL FANTASY XIV achievements.
/partycmd, /pcmd USAGE: /partycmd [subcommand] Executes various party commands.

>>Subcommands:
add «PC name» — Invite a PC to your party.
leave — Leave your current party.
kick «PC name» — Oust a PC from your party.
breakup — Dissolve your current party.

/friendlist, /flist USAGE: /friendlist
Executes various friend list commands.

>>Subcommands:
add «PC name» — Send a PC a friend request.
accept «PC name» — Accept a friend request from a PC.
deny «PC name» — Deny a friend request from a PC.
remove «PC name» — Remove a PC from your friend list.
Opens and closes friend list when no subcommand is specified.

/blacklist, /blist USAGE: /blacklist
Executes various blacklist commands.

>>Subcommands:
add «PC name» — Add a PC to your blacklist.
remove «PC name» — Remove a PC from your blacklist.
Opens and closes blacklist when no subcommand is specified.

/search, /sea USAGE: /search [condition] Executes a player search based on the conditions given.
Multiple conditions should be separated with a space.
Conducts default search if no conditions are specified.

>>Conditions:
【PC Name】
forename «PC name» — Search for a specific first name.
surname «PC name» — Search for a specific last name.
【Online Status】
leader, away, busy, battle
event, lookingforparty, lookingtomeld
【Class & Job】
GLA, PGL, MRD, LNC, ARC, CNJ
THM, ACN, CRP, BSM, ARM, GSM
LTW, WVR, ALC, CUL, MIN, BTN
FSH, PLD, MNK, WAR, DRG, BRD
WHM, BLM, SMN, SCH
Searches all jobs and classes if none specified.
【Level】
[number] — Search for that level only.
[number 1]-[number 2] — Search for players with levels between number 1 and 2.
Searches all levels if none are specified.
【Grand Company】
«Maelstrom», «Immortal Flames», «Order of the Twin Adder»
【Location】
«Limsa Lominsa,» «Gridania», «Ul’dah»
«La Noscea», «The Black Shroud»
«Thanalan», «Coerthas», «Mor Dhona»
Searches all locations if none are specified.
【Language】
JA, EN, FR, DE
Searches all languages if none are specified.

>>Example:
/search GLA 20-30 «La Noscea»
(Searches for all gladiators in La Noscea between levels 20 and 30.)

/map USAGE: /map
Opens and closes the current area map.
/teleport USAGE: /teleport
Opens the Teleport interface.
/enemysign, /marking, /mk USAGE: /marking [target type] «PC name»
Set a sign on the specified PC.
Uses current target when not specified.

>>Target types:
attack1~5
bind1~3
ignore1~2
circle
cross
square
triangle
* off Turns off sign.
>>Example:
/marking attack2 \<t\>
(Sets sign «Target to Attack 2» on target.)

/actionlist, /alist USAGE: /actionlist
Opens and closes the Actions & Traits interface.
/timers USAGE: /timers
Opens and closes the Timers interface.
/recommended USAGE: /recommended
Opens and closes the list of recommended duty.
/inventory USAGE: /inventory
Opens and closes your inventory.
/freecompanycmd, /fccmd USAGE: /freecompanycmd
Opens and closes the free company interface.
/return USAGE: /return
Return to your current home point.
/emotelist, /elist USAGE: /emotelist
Opens and closes the list of available emotes.
/activehelp USAGE: /activehelp
Opens and closes the Active Help interface.
/supportdesk, /support USAGE: /supportdesk
Opens and closes the Support Desk interface.
/characterconfig, /cconfig USAGE: /characterconfig
Opens and closes the Character Configuration interface.
/systemconfig, /sconfig USAGE: /systemconfig
Opens and closes the System Configuration interface.
/keybind, /keyconfig USAGE: /keybind
Opens and closes the Keybind interface.
/macros USAGE: /macros
Opens and closes the user macro editor.
/hudlayout USAGE: /hudlayout
Opens and closes the HUD layout editor.
/logout USAGE: /shutdown
Begins the logout process.
/shutdown USAGE: /shutdown
Log out and close the game.

Other Text Commands

Command Description
/? USAGE: /? /[command name] Gives a detailed explanation of specified command. Abbreviations can be used.
/wait USAGE: /wait [wait time] A macro command for adjusting the pause between commands.
A wait time amount of 1 equals one second.
The maximum wait time allowed is 60.
If the wait time amount is over 60, it will be counted as 0.
/systeminfo, /si USAGE: /systeminfo
Saves a text file to My Documents\My Games\FINAL FANTASY XIV — A Realm Reborn\GameInfo containing information on your computer and client data. This information is necessary when sending a bug report.
/legacymark, /lmark USAGE: /legacymark [subcommand] Show or hide the Mark of the Twelve─a brand appearing on the back of the neck of all who survived the Calamity.

>>Subcommands:
on — Show mark.
off — Hide mark.
Toggle between shown and hidden.

/macroicon, /micon USAGE: /macroicon «action name»
Displays the specified action’s icon. Can only be used once in the first line of a user macro.
/recast USAGE: /recast «action name»
Displays time remaining until the specified action can be used again.
/gearset, /gs USAGE: /gearset [subcommand] Execute gear set functions.

>>Subcommands:
change [number] — Equip gear in slot [number].
view [number] — List gear in slot [number].
save [number] — Save current gear to slot [number].
delete [number] — Delete slot [number].

Online Status & Profile Commands

Command Description
/busy USAGE: /busy [subcommand] Set your online status to Busy/Online.

>>Subcommands:
on — Set your status to Busy.
off — Set your status to Online.
Toggle between Busy and Online when no subcommand is specified.

/away, /afk USAGE: /away [subcommand] Set your online status to Away/Online.

>>Subcommands:
on — Set your status to Away.
off — Set your status to Online.
Toggle between Away and Online when no subcommand is specified.

/lookingforparty, /lfp USAGE: /lookingforparty [class] [subcommand] Set your online status to Looking for Party/Online.

>>Classes:
GLA, PGL, MRD, LNC, ARC, CNJ
THM, ACN, CRP, BSM, ARM, GSM
LTW, WVR, ALC, CUL, MIN, BTN
FSH, PLD, MNK, WAR, DRG, BRD
WHM, BLM, SMN, SCH
A class or job does not need to be specified.

>>Subcommands:
on — Set your status to Looking for Party.
off — Set your status to Online.
Toggle between Looking for Party and Online when no subcommand is specified.

/lookingtomeld, /ltm USAGE: /lookingtomeld [subcommand] Set your online status to Looking to Meld Materia/Online.

>>Subcommands:
on — Set your status to Looking to Meld Materia.
off — Set your status to Online.
Toggle between Looking to Meld Materia and Online when no subcommand is specified.

/searchcomment, /scomment USAGE: /searchcomment [comment] Change your search comment.

Battle Commands

Command Description
/action, /ac USAGE: /action «action name» «PC name»
Uses an action on the specified PC.
Uses current target when not specified.
This cannot be used with actions you have not yet learned, or when restricted by other factors.
/battlemode, /bm USAGE: /battlemode [subcommand] Toggle between active and passive mode.

>>Subcommands:
on — Switch to active mode.
off — Switch to passive mode.
Toggle between active and passive mode when no subcommand is specified.

/target, /ta USAGE: /target «PC name»
Targets the specified PC.
Target must be within a certain radius for this command to function.
/targetpc, /tpc USAGE: /targetpc
Targets the closest PC within a certain radius.
/targetnpc, /tnpc USAGE: /targetnpc
Targets the closest NPC within a certain radius.
/targetenemy, /tenemy USAGE: /targetenemy
Targets the closest enemy within a certain radius.
/battletarget, /bt USAGE: /battletarget
Targets the closest enemy within a certain radius that is attacking you.
/assist, /as USAGE: /assist «PC name»
Targets the target of another PC. (A target must be specified.)
Assists current target when not specified.
/facetarget, /ft USAGE: /facetarget
Immediately turns your PC in the direction of your current target.
/nexttarget, /nt USAGE: /nexttarget
Toggle clockwise through on-screen enemies.
/previoustarget, /pt USAGE: /previoustarget
Toggle counter-clockwise through on-screen enemies.
/targetlasttarget, /tlt USAGE: /targetlasttarget
Re-target your last target.
/targetlastenemy, /tle USAGE: /targetlastenemy
Re-target the last enemy you targeted.
/lockon, /lo USAGE: /lockon [subcommand] Lock on/off current target.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable lock on.
off — Disable lock on.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/focustarget USAGE: /focustarget «PC name»
Makes the specified PC your focus target.
Makes current target your focus target when none specified.

Configuration Commands

Command Description
/autolockon USAGE: /autolockon
Automatically lock on target when initiating auto-attack.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable auto-lock on.
off — Disable auto-lock on.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/autofacetarget USAGE: /autofacetarget
Automatically face target when using action.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable auto-face.
off — Disable auto-face.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/targetring USAGE: /targetring
Hide/display target ring.

>>Subcommands:
on — Display target ring.
off — Hide target ring.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/targetline USAGE: /targetline
Hide/display target lines.

>>Subcommands:
on — Display target lines.
off — Hide target lines.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/aggroline USAGE: /aggroline
Hide/display aggro lines.

>>Subcommands:
on — Display aggro lines.
off — Hide aggro lines.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/autotarget USAGE: /autotarget
Enable auto-target when no target specified.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable auto-target.
off — Disable auto-target.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/displayhead USAGE: /displayhead
Hide/display head gear.

>>Subcommands:
on — Display head gear.
off — Hide head gear.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/displayarms USAGE: /displayarms
Hide/display main and off hand weapons when sheathed.

>>Subcommands:
on — Display arms.
off — Hide arms.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/autosheathe, /asheathe USAGE: /autosheathe
Auto-sheathe weapon when not in battle.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable auto-sheathe.
off — Disable auto-sheathe.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/targetself USAGE: /targetself
Enable/disable clicking on self.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable clicking on self.
off Disable clicking on self. Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/groundclick USAGE: /groundclick
Enable clicking on field to remove target.

>>Subcommands:
on — Enable ground clicking.
off — Disable ground clicking.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/chatlog USAGE: /chatlog [subcommand] Configure log window settings.

>>Subcommands:
name [number 0~3] — Change the way names are displayed in your log window.
0 Full Name, 1 Last Name Initialed, 2 First Name Initialed, 3 Initials Only
fontsize [number] — Adjust log window font size.
time on — Add time stamps to all messages.
time off — Remove time stamps from all messages.
time 12 — Set time display to 12-hour format.
time 24 — Set time display to 24-hour format.
time — Toggle time stamps on/off.
time local — Set time stamp clock to local time.
time server — Set time stamp clock to server time.
call on — Play sound upon receiving /tell.
call off — Play no sound upon receiving /tell.
call — Toggle /tell sound on/off.

/battleeffect USAGE: /battleeffect [subcommand] [setting] Configure battle effects settings.

>>Subcommands:
self — Configure own battle effects settings.
party — Configure party members’ battle effects settings.
other — Configure other NPCs’ battle effects settings.

>>Settings:
all — Show all effects.
simple — Show limited effects.
off — Hide all effects.

/hud USAGE: /hud [UI element] [subcommand] Toggle on/off various UI elements.

>>Subcommands:
Target Bar (TargetBar,tbar), Focus Target Bar (FocusTarget,ftarget)
Party List (PartyList,plist), Enemy List (EnemyList,elist)
Parameter Bar (ParamBar,param), Minimap (Minimap,mmap)
Main Menu (MainMenu,mmenu), Server Info (ServerInfo,server)
Gil (Gil,gil), Inventory Grid (InventoryGrid,igrid)
Duty List (DutyList,dlist), Item Help (ItemHelp,ihelp)
Action Help (ActionHelp,ahelp), LimitGauge (LimitGauge,lgauge)
Experience Bar (ExpBar,ebar), Status Effects (StatusEffects,sfx)

>>Subcommands:
on — Show element.
off — Hide element.
Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/hotbar USAGE: /hotbar [subcommand] [number] Edit and configure hotbar settings.

>>Subcommands
set «action name» [number 1] [number 2] Set the specified action to slot [number 2] in hotbar [number 1]. If [number 2] is omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest available number. If both [number 1] and [number 2] are omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest number available on the hotbar with the lowest number available.
change [number] — Replace current hotbar with hotbar [number].
copy [class 1] [number 1] [class 2] [number 2] — Copy the contents of [class 1] hotbar [number 1] to the [class 2] hotbar [number 2].
display [number] on — Display hotbar [number].
display [number] off — Hide hotbar [number].
display [number] — Toggle on/off hotbar [number].
share [number] on — Make hotbar [number] shared.
share [number] off — Unshare hotbar [number] and assign it to your current class/job.
share [number] — Toggle between on/off.
remove [number 1] [number 2] — Remove the action assigned to slot [number 2] on hotbar [number 1]. Replace [number 2] with «all» to remove all actions from hotbar [number 1].

/crosshotbar, /chotbar USAGE: /crosshotbar [subcommand] [number] Edit and configure cross hotbar settings.

>>Subcommands
set «action name» [number] [slot name] — Set the specified action to [slot name] in cross hotbar [number]. If [slot name] is omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest available number. If both [number] and [slot name] are omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest number available on the cross hotbar with the lowest number available.
change [number] — Replace current cross hotbar with cross hotbar [number].
copy [class 1] [number 1] [class 2] [number 2] — Copy the contents of [class 1] cross hotbar [number 1] to the [class 2] cross hotbar [number 2].
display [number] on — Display cross hotbar [number].
display [number] off — Hide cross hotbar [number].
display [number] — Toggle on/off cross hotbar [number].
share [number] on — Make cross hotbar [number] shared.
share [number] off — Unshare cross hotbar [number] and assign it to your current class/job.
share [number] — Toggle between on/off.
remove [number 1] [slot name] — Remove the action assigned to [slot name] on cross hotbar [number]. Replace [slot name] with «all» to remove all actions from cross hotbar [number].

>>Slot Names:
LT + ← LDL(LD1) RT + ← RDL(RD1)
LT + ↑ LDU(LD2) RT + ↑ RDU(RD2)
LT + → LDR(LD3) RT + → RDR(RD3)
LT + ↓ LDD(LD4) RT + ↓ RDD(RD4)
LT + X LAL(LA1) RT + X RAL(RA1)
LT + Y LAU(LA2) RT + Y RAU(RA2)
LT + B LAR(LA3) RT + B RAR(RA3)
LT + A LAD(LA4) RT + A RAD(RA4)

Emote Commands

Command Description
/emote, /em USAGE: /emote [message] Sends your PC name and the message as an emote within a [Say] radius.
This message will not be displayed if a PC has their [Custom Emotes] chat filter turned on.
/surprised USAGE: /surprised [subcommand] Act surprised.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/angry USAGE: /angry [subcommand] Be angry.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/furious USAGE: /furious [subcommand] Be furious.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/blush USAGE: /blush [subcommand] Blush with embarrassment.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/bow USAGE: /bow [subcommand] Perform a bow.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/cheer USAGE: /cheer [subcommand] Cheer enthusiastically.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/clap USAGE: /clap [subcommand] Applaud.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/beckon USAGE: /beckon [subcommand] Make a beckoning motion.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/comfort USAGE: /comfort [subcommand] Make a consoling gesture.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/cry USAGE: /cry [subcommand] Break into tears.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/dance USAGE: /dance [subcommand] Start dancing.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/doubt USAGE: /doubt [subcommand] Appear doubtful.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/doze USAGE: /doze [subcommand] Start dozing off.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/fume USAGE: /fume [subcommand] Express annoyance.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/goodbye USAGE: /goodbye [subcommand] Bid farewell.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/wave USAGE: /wave [subcommand] Wave your hand.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/huh USAGE: /huh [subcommand] Act bemused.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/joy USAGE: /joy [subcommand] Express joy.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/kneel USAGE: /kneel [subcommand] Kneel in respect.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/chuckle USAGE: /chuckle [subcommand] Chuckle in amusement.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/laugh USAGE: /laugh [subcommand] Burst out laughing.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/lookout USAGE: /lookout [subcommand] Scan the area.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/me USAGE: /me [subcommand] Motion to yourself.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/no USAGE: /no [subcommand] Disagree.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/deny USAGE: /deny [subcommand] Strongly disagree.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/panic USAGE: /panic [subcommand] Start to panic.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/point USAGE: /point [subcommand] Point at something.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/poke USAGE: /poke [subcommand] Make a poking gesture.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/congratulate USAGE: /congratulate [subcommand] Offer congratulations.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/psych USAGE: /psych [subcommand] Psych yourself up.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/salute USAGE: /salute [subcommand] Perform a salute.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/shocked USAGE: /shocked [subcommand] Act shocked.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/shrug USAGE: /shrug [subcommand] Shrug.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/rally USAGE: /rally [subcommand] Give encouragement.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/soothe USAGE: /soothe [subcommand] Make a comforting gesture.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/stagger USAGE: /stagger [subcommand] Stagger for a moment.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/stretch USAGE: /stretch [subcommand] Stretch.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/sulk USAGE: /sulk [subcommand] Wallow in self-pity.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/think USAGE: /think [subcommand] Become lost in thought.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/upset USAGE: /upset [subcommand] Express disgust.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/welcome USAGE: /welcome [subcommand] Make a welcoming gesture.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/yes USAGE: /yes [subcommand] Nod in approval.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/thumbsup USAGE: /thumbsup [subcommand] Strongly agree.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/examineself USAGE: /examineself [subcommand] Admire yourself.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/pose USAGE: /pose [subcommand] Strike a pose.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/blowkiss USAGE: /blowkiss [subcommand] Throw an airborne smooch in someone’s general direction.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/grovel USAGE: /grovel [subcommand] Fall to your knees in unworthiness.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/happy USAGE: /happy [subcommand] Display extreme happiness.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/disappointed USAGE: /disappointed [subcommand] Convey utter disappointment.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/sit, /lounge USAGE: /sit
Assume a sitting position.
Certain emotes have special sitting equivalents.
Also sits your character in a chair if the chair is nearby.
/airquotes USAGE: /airquotes
Make air quotes with your fingers for added sarcasm, emphasis, etc.
No system message is displayed with this emote.
/pray USAGE: /pray [subcommand] Offer solemn words of prayer to the Twelve or whatever gods it is you keep.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/gcsalute USAGE: /gcsalute [subcommand] Perform an official Grand Company salute.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/imperialsalute USAGE: /imperialsalute [subcommand] Perform an Imperial Garlean Army salute.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Perform motion only.
Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/visor USAGE: /visor
Open/close helm visor.
No system message is displayed with this emote.
/straightface USAGE: /straightface [subcommand] Restore your facial expression to a neutral state.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

/smile USAGE: /smile [subcommand] Smile.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/grin USAGE: /grin [subcommand] Beam with delight.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/smirk USAGE: /smirk [subcommand] Smirk.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/taunt USAGE: /taunt [subcommand] Put on a taunting grin.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/shuteyes, /shut USAGE: /shuteyes [subcommand] Shut your eyes.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/sad USAGE: /sad [subcommand] Frown.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/scared, /fear USAGE: /scared [subcommand] Stare in fear.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/amazed, /awe USAGE: /amazed [subcommand] Stare in awe.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/ouch, /ow USAGE: /ouch [subcommand] Cringe in pain.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/annoyed, /annoy USAGE: /annoyed [subcommand] Furrow your brow.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/alert USAGE: /alert [subcommand] Sense something amiss.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

/worried, /worry USAGE: /worried [subcommand] Appear worried.

>>Subcommands:
motion — Change expression only.
Both text and expression will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
Expression will return to normal after five seconds or by using the command /straightface.

Placeholders

<t>, <target> Displays current target name.
<tt>, <t2t> Displays target of current target’s name.
<me>, <0> Displays your character’s name.
<r>, <reply> Displays the name of the last player to send you a /tell.
<1> — <8> Display Party Member 1-8’s name.
<f>, <focus> Displays your Focus Target’s name.
<lt>, <lasttarget> Displays your last target’s name.
<le>, <lastenemy> Displays the name of the last enemy you targeted.
<la>, <lastattacker> Displays the name of the last enemy to attack or perform an action on you.
<c>, <comp>, <b>, <buddy> Displays your chocobo companion’s name.
<pet> Displays your pet’s name.
<attack1> — <attack5> Displays Target to Attack 1–5’s name.
<bind1> — <bind3> Displays Target to Bind 1–3’s name.
<Stop1> — <Stop2> Displays Target to Stop 1–2’s name.
<square> Displays target marked with a square’s name.
<circle> Displays target marked with a circle’s name.
<cross> Displays target marked with a cross’s name.
<triangle> Displays target marked with a triangle’s name.
<mo>, <mouse> Displays mouseover target’s name
<hp> Displays current HP and maximum HP.
<hpp> Displays current HP as a percentage.
<mp> Displays current MP and maximum MP.
<mpp> Displays current MP as a percentage.
<tp> Displays current TP.
<class>, <job> Displays current class and level.
<pos>, <where> Displays coordinates of current location.
<se.1> — <se.16> Plays a sound effect when used in party chat.
<comphp>, <chp> Displays your chocobo companion’s current HP and maximum HP.
<comphpp>, <chpp> Displays your chocobo companion’s current HP as a percentage.
<pethp>, <php> Displays your pet’s current HP and maximum HP.
<pethpp>, <phpp> Displays your pet’s current HP as a percentage.

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