What are slash commands? Where can I find a list of them?
Slash Commands are specialized commands that players may use in-game to perform different actions such as an emote animation or setting up their guilds.

To make a macro using a slash command, type the following without the brackets:

/macro [title] [command/text]

So to make a "follow" macro, type:

/macro Follow /follow

... and a hotkey will appear with "FOL" on it which can then be placed on a hotbar.

Below is a listing of all of the current slash commands available to players in Dark Age of Camelot.


A toggle allowing loot to be picked up automatically if in range.
When near a Bind Stone, binds your character to the location.
/charcopy [Server] [Character Name]
Copies your specified character to the Pendragon test server from the specified server. To read more about Character Copy, see Copying Your Characters to Pendragon
Used to copy characters to another account, see Account Splitting for more information.
Doubleclicks whatever you have targetted.
/cloak on | off
Causes player's cloak to be visible or invisible.
/duel accept | challenge | surrender
Accepts a duel, challenges the target to a duel, or surrender to a dueling opponent.
Automatically follows the target, assuming you are moving at the same speed as the target.
/friend [Player Name]
Adds the specified player to your friends list.
/gc buff
Displays the current guild buff information to guild members on any server within a cluster.
Displays the range between you and your current Ground Target.
/helm on | off
Causes player's helm to be visible or invisible.
Toggles the hood on and off when wearing a hooded cloak
/lastname [Preferred Last Name]
When used at a Name Registrar NPC, the /lastname command will apply the selected lastname to the character. You may use /lastname by itself to clear a character's current lastname instead of applying a new one.
(This command has been disabled) - Players that have a level 50 character on any server may create level 20 characters on any other server by typing /level and clicking on their trainer.
Displays the in-game map system with the map of the zone you're currently in
Allows player to purchase multiple items from the merchant.
Prevents situations where a player outside of his or her group is healing, for the purpose of leeching experience from a monster kill, without his or her consent. Note: Turns off effects of healing, regen, and some artifacts.
Pray near your gravestone to receive some experience back
/qbar [#]
Switches to the specified quickbar (each quickbar has a number assigned to it)
Displays all of your current keybindings
/qbind [bar#] [slot#] [quickbar#]
Binds a new key. Example: /qbind 1 2 2 will bind a key to Quickbar Page 1, Slot 2, QuickBar 2.
Logs out your character
Brings up the quiver window (TOA ONLY)
/quiver dump
Takes all arrows in the quiver and drops them to the ground
/qunbind [bar#] [slot#]
Gets rid of a keybinding
/random [#]
Prints out a random number between 1 and the number specified; Used primarily for decision making in-game
This command works similar to /gtrange but is based off of your current target rather than your ground target.
Release corpse to a nearby keep or tower lord, must bind to the lord first. Only available to certain classes.
Releases your character from death and returns him to his binding point. You may type /release house to release to your home if you have bound in one.
/release city | house
When dead, releases the player to his or her capital city, or to their house if they have one.
Will repair static objects (keep doors, siege weapons), not armor
Displays the character's respecs that are available.
/respec [Specialization Line] | all | realm | mythic
This must be used while targeting a class trainer. Awards the player a single-line respec of the chosen trained specialization line, or a Full Respec of all trained specializations, or a Realm respec which includes all Realm abilities (passive and active), or the Mythic respec which is a combined Full and Realm respec.
Character sits down. See also: /sit
Used by the Sputin's Legacy RA to autores yourself after death.
/roleplay on | off
Flags a player with an tag to indicate the player is a role player.
/rp on | off
Typing "/rp OFF" will disable gaining realm points for your character. Typing "/rp ON" will re-enable the gaining of realm points. Typing "/rp" with no parameters will display the current state of this flag ( ON or OFF ), it will not change the state.
Salvage raw goods from an item; may only be done by crafters with high enough skill
/settitle [Title]
Used to set your title.
Character sits down
Provides players with guild, alliance, realm, realm mates and realm news.
/spacing normal | big | huge
Sets the spacing settings on Bonedancer minion pets in a formation; Normal is the default setting.
Makes your character sprint.
Character stands up
Displays a window with your character's current statistics (HP healed, resurrections performed, and your current gamplay "I Remain Standing..." score)
/stats rp | killrp | kills | deathblows | irs | heal | resurrect
Displays stats for the specified type for the current gaming session
Toggles anonymous settings for real time online statistics garnered from the /stats commands
Logs character out of the game and resets location to a nearby spot. Use when stuck in world geometry. If /stuck fails to correct the problem, please /appeal using the "Appeal: Stuck" category.
/target [Player Name]
Makes [Player Name] your target, only works on allies.
Opens the class training window.
Upgrade a keep door; must have high enough skill in woodcrafting to perform this task
/xp on | off
Typing "/xp off" will disable gaining experience for your character. Typing "/xp ON" will re-enable the gaining of experience. Typing "/xp" with no parameters will display the current state of this flag ( ON or OFF ), it will not change the state.



Chat groups

Guild commands




Fighting/defensive actions

Siege weapon commands

Game settings and preferences

Getting help

PvP server-specific commands

Housing commands

/boot [Player Name]
Kicks a player out of your house
/bountyrent [personal | guild] [#]
This will allow players to directly pay for their house rent with bounty points, rather than purchasing tokens which may not be correct in value.
Delves the target house.
/house fixemblems
/houseface [Guild Name | Lot Number]
Points to the specified guildhouse of the guild noted, or the lot number noted in the command. /houseface alone will point to one's personal home.
/housefriend all
Allows everyone to enter the home
/housefriend player | guild | guildlevel [Player Name | Guild Rank's Name]
Adds a player, guild, or guildlevel to your house friends list.
Brings up the housing manual in-game.
/houseloc [lot#]
When in the same region as a given lot, /houseloc (lot number) will tell you the owner's name, the zone name, and the x and y coordinates within that zone.
Automatically picks up and places all decorations from your house and garden into available space in your inventory. It will only pick up decoration objects - not Merchants, Vaults, or Tradeskill Tools.
Toggles whether or not your merchant's items are included in the Player Market Database.
/settle [#]
You may pull less than the full value of cash off of your consigment merchant with this command. Note: Values given in coppers (i.e. /settle 20000 results in removing 2 gold from the consigment merchant)
/webdisplay house
Toggles your house's information displayed on the Herald on or off.

More information

Boat commands

Card game commands

Horse commands

Quest actions

External links

Camelot Herald - Slash Commands

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