Some simple tips for newer players or first timer TLP'ers

Discussion in 'Time Locked Progression Servers' started by MMOer, May 26, 2021.

  1. Kahna Augur

    AOC's are tailored to each server Phinny's AOCs were Phinny, Aradune's AOC's were Aradune, Coirnav was one of those little fish dudes. Selos' was a bard.

    Mischief's AOCs are a giant halfling.
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  2. Brontus Norrathian hitchiker

    Pro Tip:

    To help with lag and your sanity, make the following hotkey:

    /hidecorpse all

    This will hide all corpses of players and NPCs except your own.
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  3. Tweakfour17 Augur

    /hidecorpse always and you'll never see them again (except your own) until you /hidecorpse none (note this flag seems to carry over to alts, took me a while to figure out why my cleric alt couldn't find anyone to rez lol)
  4. Machen New Member

    /hidecorpse always npc -- if you are a cleric and ever want to rez anyone.
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  5. Tweakfour17 Augur

    I've used /hidecorpse always and /hidecorpse npc lots, never thought to combine them lol. TIL.
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  6. Niskin Clockwork Arguer

    If you are cheap like me and didn't buy the bags, you should hit the bank before you go out to level since there is an extra bag in there you can use.
  7. Aiona Augur

  8. Blastoff Elder

    Save yourself a headache, and a bunch of time, and just find a new camp if you come across combative players who want to steal your cookies.
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  9. ForumBoss Augur

    Turn auto zoom off on the map. I wish it was off by default for new characters.
  10. OldTimeEQ1 Elder

    use /note to make notes! very useful!
  11. Accipiter Old Timer

    Bind "Cycle through nearest NPCs" and "Consider" to the same key. I use Tab. When I'm running somewhere or scouting I constantly spam Tab, checking for see invis mobs.
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  12. Aneia Scholar


    Also, I am glad to see the masses converting to the good gospel of Always Need. It just saves everyone from loot arguments. Most people are charitable enough to assign group gear or quest items to members that can actually use them.
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