Common Game FAQ
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COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PLAYERS
Q: How can I communicate with other players in-game?
A: In order to achieve maximum convenience, several situational in-game chat systems have been established:
1. Local Chat. Used to communicate with players that are relatively nearby. Divided into three sub chats:
2. Global Chat. Used to communicate with a certain type of feudalists either when the information going to be told is pretty private. Divided into six sub chats:
/whisper (text) or /# (text) is used to deliver a short range message that will be noticed only by players that are really close to you. (approx. 25 meter range)
/say (text) or just type a message text into chat window. That message will be delivered to all the feudalists in a 100+ meter range.
/shout (text) or /! (text) and a message text to send a message within a 250 meter range.
Guild chat is used to send a message to all your guildmates. Available with an Order being established.
Party chat is used to chat with all party members.
Kingdom chat is used to chat across all countries in a one Kingdom if there is one.
/msg (name) (text) or /tell (name) (text) to send a private message to another player.
Free chat room. Type in /join (channel name) to create a new or join an existing free chat channel.
Politics chat is used by a country leader to start a conversation with another country leader. Can be used by a country/kingdom leader accordingly.
Q: Is there a voice chat in Life is Feudal: MMO?
A: Unfortunately, there is no voice communication implemented in the MMO version at this moment. Still, for your convenience, we’ve made an official Life is Feudal Discord, so feudalists can always stay in touch with each other! You can join the party at this link.