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warpaint

Discworld command help

warpaint

Name

Name

Warpaint - Decorate someone's face to frighten their enemies.

Syntax

Syntax

warpaint <warrior> {with|using} <paint> drawing random
warpaint <warrior> {with|using} <paint> drawing <design>
warpaint <warrior> {with|using} <paint>
warpaint <warrior> drawing random
warpaint <warrior> drawing <design>
warpaint <warrior>
warpaint remove [paint from] <warrior>

Description

Description

The warpaint command allows you to apply a suitable design to a warrior's face to give them a psychological boost and an advantage over their opponents. You will need some paint, any kind will do as it's not a work of art.

Your painting skill will determine how impressive the battle decorations are and it will cost you 20 guild points to attempt the command.

Using a syntax without specifying the paint will use any paint available in what you are carrying or in a container previously identified as 'component pouch'.

A ".warpaints" alias can be used with the "drawing random" syntax to apply a random design. In the alias, each design should be separated with a ";". If you don't specify a design at all when using the command one of a selection of generic designs will be chosen.

Example

Example


> warpaint me with tin
You dip two fingers into the tin of blue paint and apply some war paint to your face.
The beast stirs within you, and you feel the urge to let loose a scream.
> warpaint mercenary with tin drawing dandelions
You dip two fingers into the tin of blue paint and apply some war paint to the mercenary.

> alias .warpaints a scary womble mask;polka dots;a third eye
Added alias ".warpaints".

See also

warcry