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Controls

Basic controls

Mouse control model

Click to move: Players will need to turn it on to use this by going to Advanced Options, and then Interface Options and then checking the radio box next to Click to Move. Click to Move is an auto-interaction feature that will allow players to do several things by using their mouse. With Click to Move turned on, a player can do the following:

Left click on the ground to move to that location.

Left click on a creature to automatically move to that creature and initiate combat.

Jump: Spacebar

Camera: Hold down the left mouse button to look around the world. Hold down the right mouse button to turn your character using the mouse. You can zoom the camera in and out using the mouse wheel or using the Home and End keys.

Auto-run is a very useful and important key to learn. This allows you to continue running without holding a key or the mouse down. You can assign a key to auto-run by hitting escape, then selecting key bindings on the menu. Scroll down until you find "toggle auto run." The default key is Num Lock.

Chat: Enter button

Pick and Equipping Items:
Left click on the ground to move to that location to pick up items.

Targeting Other Players:
You can target a player by clicking their name from the chat log and selecting the "Target" option.

Sticky Targeting: When this is turned on in the options, you will not deselect your current target when you click on Tab button.

Mouse and Keyboard control model

Use the W, A, S, D keys to move around the world. Or, hold down both mouse buttons to walk forward (moving the mouse at this point turns your character). The arrow keys will also move your character.

Jump: Spacebar

Camera: Hold down the left mouse button to look around the world. Hold down the right mouse button to turn your character using the mouse. You can zoom the camera in and out using the mouse wheel or using the Home and End keys.

Auto-run is a very useful and important key to learn. This allows you to continue running without holding a key or the mouse down. You can assign a key to auto-run by hitting escape, then selecting key bindings on the menu. Scroll down until you find "toggle auto run." The default key is Num Lock.

Chat: Enter button

Pick and Equipping Items:
Left click on the ground to move to that location to pick up items.

Targeting Other Players:
You can target a player by clicking their name from the chat log and selecting the "Target" option.

Sticky Targeting: When this is turned on in the options, you will not deselect your current target when you click on Tab button.

Multiple Action Bars: You can have multiple action bars onscreen at the same time. You can activate the additional action bars through the Interface options menu. Additional action bars have range indicators on them. If a button in one of a players additional action bars has a range component, it will display a red dot when a target is out of range.

Swimming
You can also use the jump key to swim upwards while in the water. You can even jump up out of the water using the jump key.

Name above Head
There is an option to turn on the display of your own name above your head. You can find the option in the interface options screen.

Combat

Combat times vary depending on your level, the monster's level, class, equipment, spell usage and more. One common thing you will notice is that low level monsters are easy to kill while monsters that are much higher level will take much longer. This is because monsters that are higher level will have a greater chance to resist your spells and dodge your attacks. Elite monsters (level+) will take even longer to kill because they have increased hit points.

Health
If you run out of health, your character will die. Health is the red bar in the top-left corner. If you move and hold your cursor over the health bar you can see exactly how much health you have. You can increase this number by leveling up, by increasing your stamina, or by getting items that add to health. You can restore your health through healing spells, health potions, and other methods. After battle you can heal via food or by just sitting down. Under certain conditions, your health will also regenerate while you are in combat.

Magic
If you run out of Magic, your character can not attack a target. Magic is the blue bar in the top-left corner.

Save or buy up healing potions to use in emergency situations to avoid death. You can place a health potion on your action bar for faster usage.