List of all User-level commands at Wonderland

.accept
Usage: .accept <user>
By using this command you accept that <user> to place a collar on you. This is not something that you should do automatically or without question. A collar, in particular a permanent collar is an important and deep token of respect and bond. This command is also used to accept a proposal.
.afk
Usage: .afk <message>
This command will inform the other users that you are AFK (away from keyboard). Messages sent to the room will continue to get through to you, but private messages are held in your away review buffer. To return from being AFK, just hit the 'Return' key or type in another command.
.beep
Usage: .beep <user> [<message>]
This command sends an audible message to <user>. Do not abuse this command.
.breakup
Usage: .breakup <user>
This command allows you to break up an engagement.
.buy
Usage: .buy <item> [<user>|all]
This command allows you to buy an item from a shop. Note that the command only works if you are in a shop. Also note that some items are customizable. If your're happy with the default suggestion, just hit <return> when the shopkeeper asks you how you want the item. You can also use this command to buy an item for another user, or if you use the keyword "all" you will buy one copy of the item for everyone who are in the same room as you are. (You still have to pay for everything you buy though!)
.cafk
Usage: .cafk
This command clears the away review buffer.
.cash
Usage: .cash
This command lets you see how much money you are carrying. You make $1 for every minute you spend on Wonderland. You can also make money by playing slots and hangman. There will probably be other ways to make money eventually.
.cbuff
Usage: .cbuff (Alias: *)
This command clears the room review buffer.
.closet
Usage: .closet [<item>]
This command allows you to move an item from your inventory into your closet. This can be helpful if your inventory gets too cluttered. Just typing .closet shows you a list of what is in there. Items in your closet are not visible with .look <user>.
.cls
Usage: .cls
This command clears the screen.
.collar
Usage: .collar [play|train|own] <user>
At Wonderland, we have three different kinds of collars. The play collar is the basic level and you should think of this as a way to establish consent to play. (At least) a play collar is required to use most of the items in the toy shop or the furniture on another user. (A few things require a 'higher level' collar.) A play collar falls off when either of the two users logoff and all items that were used on the subbie are removed. However, if the sub has been placed in some kind of furniture, he or she will stay there until let out. (Or until using .safeword.) The training collar should be thought of as a sign of a more serious committment between the sub and the Domme, and a way to signal that they are exploring the possibility of moving their relationship to an even deeper level. Items being used on a sub wearing a training collar will stay in place even when the sub or the Domme logs off. A permanent (or 'own') collar is the most serious and signifies a very deep committment between the Domme and the sub. Owned subs can be .puppeted. Note that to place a permament collar on a sub, they must first wear your training collar for at least 14 days (without break). When "upgrading" to a permanent collar, don't remove the training collar before doing so.
.colorize
Usage: .colorize
This command randomly adds color to your name.
.colour
Usage: .colour
This command gives you some help on how to use colours.
.cower
Usage: .cower <message>
This command shows you cower to the room.
.ctells
Usage: .ctells
This command clears the tell review buffer.
.desc
Usage: .desc <description>
This command lets you set a short descriptive phrase that will show up on .who, .look, .examamine and some other places.
.dice
Usage: .dice [<n>d<m>]
This command lets you throw a (or several) dice. This can be used to play craps, and there are probably other things that they can be used for as well. If you just type .dice, you will roll a single standard 6-sided die. To add some variety you can type .dice ndm, where <n> is the number of dice to roll and <m> is the number of sides for each die. For example, .dice 2d10 gives you two random numbers between 1 and 10.
.dmail
Usage: .dmail [all|<message>]
This command lets you delete one or all the mails that are stored in your mailbox. Typing ".rmail all" deletes all mails, and ".dmail <message>" deletes that specific mail. Note that regular users have a limit of fifteen messages in their mailbox.
.donate
Usage: .donate <user> <amount>
This command allows you to give some money to another user. (Note that it is possible to donate money to users who are currently offline.)
.drink
Usage: .drink <item>
This command allows you to drink an object you are carrying.
.drop
Usage: .drop <item>
This command allows you to drop an item on the floor.
.eat
Usage: .eat <item>
This command allows you to eat an object you are carrying.
.echo
Usage: .echo <message> (Alias: +)
This command sends a message to everyone who is in the same room as you. This command does not work if you are muzzled. The message is prepended with a '+' and it does not show who sent it. DO NOT ABUSE THIS COMMAND!
.emote
Usage: .emote <message> (Alias: ; : ')
This command lets you perform an action. This is visible to everyone who is in the same room as you. (Unless they are ignoring you.)
.entpro
Usage: .entpro
This command lets you enter some information about yourself that will show up with the .examine command.
.examine
Usage: .examine <user>
This command shows you the user's profile and various other things that you may find useful or interesting.
.get
Usage: .get <item>
This command allows you to pick up an item from the floor.
.give
Usage: .give <item> <user>
This command allows you to give an item to another user.
.go
Usage: .go <room>
This command will let you go to another room on the talker. Note that the room you want to go to must be connected to your current room.
.groan
Usage: .groan <message>
This command shows you groaning to the room.
.grunt
Usage: .grunt <message>
This command shows you grunting to the room.
.guess
Usage: .guess <letter>
This command allows you to guess a letter in an ongoing hangman game. For more information about how to play hangman, type .help hangman.
.hangman
Usage: .hangman [start|status|stop]
Typing .hangman start begins a new game of hangman. Use .guess for guessing letter. The .hangman status shows you the current state of your game, and the .hangman stop aborts your current game.
.help
Usage: .help [<command>]
.hug
Usage: .hug all|<user>
This command allows you to hug someone (or everyone in the room). Remember that not everyone appreciates to be hugged by a stranger.
.ignbeeps
Usage: .ignbeeps
This command allows you to ignore any .beeps that are sent to you. Acts as a toggle on of off.
.ignlogon
Usage: .ignlogon
This command allows you to ignore any alerts of users entering and leaving the talker. Acts as a toggle on of off.
.ignore
Usage: .ignore [<user>]
This command allows you to ignore .tells, .pemotes, .says, .emotes etc from one specific user. If you just type .ignore, you will see list of the users you are currently ignoring. This command acts as a toggle, so if you are ignoring <user>, you can type .ignore <user> again to stop ignoring him or her.
.igntell
Usage: .igntell
This command allows you to ignore any .tells and .pemotes that are sent to you. Acts as a toggle on of off.
.info
Usage: .info
This command gives you some hints and information about how to get the most out of Wonderland.
.inventory
Usage: .inventory [worn|used|unused]
This command shows you a list of the items you are carrying. The optional keyword lets you list only items of a particular kind.
.invite
Usage: .invite <user>
This command invites <user> to join a private room you're in.
.join
Usage: .join <user>
This command moves you to the same room that <user> is in. For this to work, that room must either be public or otherwise the user must use .invite to allow you access.
.kiss
Usage: .kiss all|<user>
This command allows you to kiss someone (or everyone in the room). Remember that not everyone appreciates to be kissed by a stranger.
.kneel
Usage: .kneel <user> [<message>]
This command allows you to kneel to another user as a token of respect and submission. If you leave out the <message>, the server will provide a standard one.
.lapdance
Usage: .lapdance <user>
This command allows you to give a lapdance to someone.
.last
Usage: .last
This command shows you a list of the last twenty logons.
.laugh
Usage: .laugh <message>
This command shows you laughing to the room.
.look
Usage: look [<user>]
This command gives you a description of the room you are currently in, as well as people and things that can be seen here. You can also use this command to see what someone else is carrying.
.map
Usage: .map [<room>]
This command shows you a map of the talker. Note that some rooms have their own maps. To see the map you would normally see in another room, type .map <room>.
.menu
Usage: .menu
This command shows a list of the items you can buy in this room. Note that the command only works if you are in a shop.
.moan
Usage: .moan <message>
This command shows you moaning to the room.
.mode
Usage: .mode
This command toggles 'Command mode' on/off. In command mode you don't need to enter a . in the beginning of a line. On the other hand, to say something you have to use the 'say' command explicitly.
.mutter
Usage: .mutter <user> <message>
This command sends a message to everyone in the room, except <user>. DO NOT ABUSE THIS COMMAND! This command does not work if you are muzzled.
.mybgone
Usage: .mybgone all|<user>
This command allows you to remove people from your personal room. If you type .mybgone all, everyone who is in your room (including yourself) will be moved out of it. To remove a single user, type .mybgone <user>
.mykey
Usage: .mykey [<user>]
This command allows you to give away a 'key' to your personal room. The key allows them to enter your personal room even if you have set it to private and even when you are not there. If you just type .mykey, you will see a list of the users you have given a key to. To take away a key from someone, just type .mykey <user> again, the command works as a toggle.
.mypaint
Usage: .mypaint
This command lets you decorate your personal room. The command only works when you are in your room.
.myroom
Usage: .myroom
This command lets you go to your personal room. If you don't have a personal room yet, it will be created for you.
.news
Usage: .news
This command lets you see what is new on Wonderland.
.passwd
Usage: .passwd <old_passwd> <new_passwd>
This command lets you change your password. Note that nobody (not even God) can read your password. Nevertheless, we recommend that you don't use a password on the talker that you also use for other purposes.
.pemote
Usage: .pemote <user> <message> (Alias: < /)
This command performs a private action. Only <user> can see it.
.play
Usage: .play
This commands toggles your 'roleplaying' status. Some (mostly BDSM-related) commands only work when you are roleplaying.
.private
Usage: .private
This sets the status of the current room to private. The command only works if there are at least two users in the room, and the room access is not fixed.
.propose
Usage: .propose <user>
This command lets you "propose" to another user. If he or she accepts, you will show up as being engaged to each other on .examine. If you decide that you want to go even further, talk to a member of the admin staff to arrange a wedding.
.public
Usage: .public
This sets the status of the current room to public. The command only works if the room access is not fixed.
.puppet
Usage: .puppet <user> <command>
This command allows you to make an owned subbie perform a command without them having to type anything. For example ".puppet <user> emote yelps" would make <user> emote 'yelps'. Use with caution!!
.quit
Usage: .quit
This command will log you off from the talker.
.read
Usage: .read [<room>|<message>]
This command lets you read the messages on the message board in your current room. If you just type .read, you will see all the messages. Typing ".read <message>" only shows that specific message. If you type .read <room>, you will read the message board in another room.
.remove
Usage: .remove <item> [<user>]
This command allows you to remove a piece of clothing or stop using an item. (Use .inventory to see what you are carrying, wearing and using.)
.revafk
Usage: .revtells
This command shows a list of the last fifteen things that were said or emoted to you privately while you were AFK, editing or for some other reason were unable to recieve them.
.review
Usage: .review
This command shows a list of the last fifteen things that were said or emoted in the room.
.revtell
Usage: .revtells
This command shows a list of the last fifteen things that were said or emoted to you privately.
.rmail
Usage: .rmail [new|<message>]
This command lets you read all the mails that are stored in your mailbox. If you just type .rmail, you will see all the mails that you have stored. Typing ".rmail new" displays all unread mails, and ".rmail <message>" only shows that specific mail. Note that regular users have a limit of fifteen messages in their mailbox.
.rooms
Usage: .rooms
This command gives you a list of all rooms on the talker and some additional information about them.
.roomtrash
Usage: .roomtrash <item>
This command allows you to get rid of a piece of furniture in the room.
.rules
Usage: .rules
This command lists the general rules that are enforced on this talker. Follow them!!
.safeword
Usage: .safeword
The command removes all items that have been used on you. It also frees you from being restrained to a piece of furniture. Lastly it removes any play collar you are wearing. It does not remove training collar or permanent collars.
.say
Usage: .say <message>
This command sends a message to everyone who is in the same room as you. (Unless they are ignoring you, or for some reason are unable to hear.) Note that this command does not work if you are unable to speak. This is the default command, so if you just type something that does not begin with a . or another special character, the result is as if you had typed .say at the beginning of the line.
.sayto
Usage: .sayto <user> <message> (Alias: -)
This command sends a message that is directed to <user>, but everyone who is in the same room as you can see it. This is especially useful when there are many users in the room, and the conversation is lively. This command does not work if you are muzzled.
.set
Usage: .set <attribute> <value>
This command lets you set certain attributes that affect how other commands work. The attributes you can set are: recap : Changes how your name appears. gender : Sets your gender. The value should be 'm' or 'f'. age : Sets your age. ds : Sets your dom/sub status. Possible values are 'slave', 'sub', 'puppy', 'kitty', 'switch', 'dom', 'domme' and 'vanilla'. inmsg : Sets the message that follows your name when you enter a room. outmsg : Sets the message that follows your name when you leave a room. color : Turns color on and off. Possible values are 'on' and 'off'. birthday : Lets you set your birthday. Format: mo/da.
.setdrink
Usage: .setdrink <drink>
This commands tells the bartender in the cafe what your favorite drink is.
.setsnack
Usage: .setsnack <snack>
This commands tells the bartender in the cafe what your favorite snack is.
.sing
Usage: .sing <song>
This command lets you 'sing' a few notes from a song.
.slots
Usage: .slots [<amount>]
This command allows you to play slots. You bet $<amount>. The default bet is $10, and you get a chance to win some money.
.smail
Usage: .smail <user> [<other_users>]
This command lets you send a mail to <user>. Note that you can send the same mail to several recipients by listing all their names after each other. Note that regular users have a limit of fifteen messages in their mailbox.
.smile
Usage: .smile <message>
This command shows you smiling to the room.
.snuggle
Usage: .snuggle all|<user>
This command allows you to snuggle up with someone (or everyone in the room). Remember that not everyone appreciates to be snuggled by a stranger.
.sos
Usage: .sos <message>
This command sends a message to all wizzes currently logged on. This command should only be used when you are very stuck or if someone is being abusive or harassing and you need to inform the wizzes of it.
.spin
Usage: .spin
This command lets you "spin a bottle" to choose a person in the room randomly.
.squirm
Usage: .squirm <message>
This command shows you squirm to the room.
.stand
Usage: .stand
This command makes you stand up again after having kneeled to someone.
.status
Usage: .status
This command shows the values of some user variables that may be of interest.
.struggle
Usage: .struggle <message>
This command shows you struggle to the room.
.suggest
Usage: .suggest
This command allows you to suggest somthing that need to be changed or improved. This is an excellent way to send bug reports, but also to let the admins know about any good ideas you have for making the talker an even better and more enjoyable place for us all.
.suicide
Usage: .suicide <passwd>
This command removes your user from the talker. WARNING! There is no way to undo the effects of this command. Your character will be lost forever!
.tell
Usage: .tell <user> <message> (Alias: >)
This command sends a private message to <user>. Noboby else can see it.
.think
Usage: .think <song>
This command lets you think out loud.
.tickle
Usage: .tickle all|<user>
This command allows you to tickle someone (or everyone in the room). Remember that not everyone appreciates to be tickled by a stranger.
.time
Usage: .time
The command displays the current time and show how long the server has been running.
.trash
Usage: .trash <item>
This command allows you to get rid of an item that you no longer have any use for.
.try
Usage: .try <item>
This command allows you to try on a customizable item. You can edit the description until you are happy with it. When you later type .buy <item> the last customized description you tried on will be the default one.
.uncloset
Usage: .uncloset <item>
This command allows you to move an item from your closet back to your main inventory.
.uncollar
Usage: .uncollar <user>
This command removes a collar that you have placed on <user>. Remember that a play collar is automatically removed when either of you log off.
.uninvite
Usage: .uninvite <user>
This command revokes the invitation you sent to <user>.
.use
Usage: .use <item> [<user>] [<options>]
This command allows you to use an object you are carrying or a piece of furniture that is in the same room as you are. Some objects take options and some objects can be applied on another user (or yourself). For more information about the various objects and how they work, use the .helpitem command.
.userlist
Usage: .userlist
This command lists the name of all users that have an account on the talker. (Wiz-level option: .userlist <n> shows the name of all users who have joined in the last n days.)
.visit
Usage: .visit <user>
This command lets you visit another user's personal room. This only works if the room is public, if you have been invited there or if the user has given you a key to their room.
.wake
Usage: .wake <user>
This command sends wake-up call and a beep to <user>. Do not abuse this command.
.wear
Usage: .wear <item>
This command allows you to put on a piece of clothing. (Use .inventory to see what you are carrying and how to use/wear those items.)
.whisperto
Usage: .whisperto <user> <message>
This command sends a message that is directed to <user>, but everyone who is in the same room as you can see it. This command does not work if you are muzzled.
.who
Usage: .who (Alias: @)
This command displays a list of all users that are online at the moment.
.wipe
Usage: .wipe [all|<message>]
This command lets you delete one or all the messages on the board. You can only delete the messages you have posted (unless you're a wiz.) Typing ".wipe all" deletes all (your) messages, and ".wipe <message>" deletes that specific message.
.wizlist
Usage: .wizlist
This command displays a list of the current staff members and their respective rank. It also shows which, if any, of them are currently logged on.
.write
Usage: .write
This command lets you write a message on the board in your current room.
.yelp
Usage: .yelp <message>
This command shows you yelping to the room.