map-pin JOL commands

07 Feb 2011 06:32 - 07 Feb 2011 06:55 #1133 by jhattara
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BLOOD
Manipulates counters on various cards. Generally used for moving blood on or off of vampires, or manipulating pool totals. Can be used for cards such as Dreams of the Sphinx to indicate the number of counters on the card. The default PLAYER is yourself. There is no default region.

Syntax
blood [PLAYER] [REGION CARD] [+|-]AMOUNT

Examples
CommandResult
blood +2adds 2 to your pool
blood -2deducts 2 from your pool
blood ready 1 +3adds 3 blood to your card #1 in your ready region (Dreams of the Sphinx)
blood ready 1 1 +2adds 2 blood to the first card attached to your card #1 in your ready region (adding life to a Raven Spy)
blood Adam ashheap 2 +7adds 7 blood to Adam's card #2 in his ashheap region

CAPACITY
Changes the capacity of a vampire or other minion with blood.

Syntax
capacity [PLAYER] [REGION] CARD [+|-]amount

Examples
CommandResult
capacity 2 +1Adds 1 capacity to ready minion #1, for example if a master skill card is added.
capacity Jeff torpor 1 -1Reduces the capacity of Jeff's first torporized minion by one.

DISCARD
Moves a card from your hand into the ashheap. Note that this will not draw a replacement card by default.

Syntax
discard CARD [draw]

Examples
CommandResult
discard 3discards card #3 from your hand without replacing
discard 5 drawdiscards card #5 from your hand and replaces it with a new card from your library

DRAW
Used to draw cards from your library or from your crypt. By default, the command will draw one card from your library.

Syntax
draw [vamp] [NUM]

Examples
CommandResult
drawdraw 1 card from your library
draw vampdraw 1 card from your crypt
draw 5draws 5 cards from your library
draw vamp 4draws 4 vamps from your crypt

EDGE
Used to move and burn the Edge.

Syntax
edge [burn]

Examples
CommandResult
edgegives you the Edge
edge burnburns the Edge, making it uncontrolled (eg votes)
edge Jeffgives the Edge to Jeff

LABEL
Used to tag a card with some extra text.

Syntax
label [PLAYER] [REGION] CARD [text here]

Examples
CommandResult
label 5 corruption counters - 1Put a note attached to card #5 in your ready region describing corruption counters.
label 5Remove the note attached to card #5
label Jeff inactive 1 Is TremereLabel Jeff's first inactive with a label "Is Tremere", perhaps because it was a target of Arcane Library

MOVE
Moves cards from one region to another. Note that cards can be placed on top of other cards. The default SRCPLAYER is yourself. The default SRCREGION is your ready region. The default DESTREGION is your opponent's ready region. DESTPLAYER and DESTCARD do not have defaults obviously.

Syntax
move [SRCPLAYER] [SRCREGION] CARD [DESTPLAYER] [DESTREGION] [DESTCARD]

Examples
CommandResult
move 1moves card #1 in your ready region to the last spot in the ready region (assigns card #1 a different #)
move ready 2 1 ashheap
...or...
move re 2 1 ash
moves card #1 which is attached to card #2 in the ready region from card #2 to your ashheap
move re 2 1 ashsame as above but with shortforms for regions
move Scott torpor 1 Ghost readymoves vampire #1 from Scott's torpor region to Ghost's ready region (Graverobbing at DOM)
move hand 1 ready 2moves card #1 in your hand to card #2 in your ready region
move ashheap 1 handmoves card #1 in your ashheap into your hand (useful for mistakes)

ORDER
Re-seat the players around the table. Useful with the restructuring cards. Also used with Reversal of Fortune, since the server always advances player turns in order.

Syntax
order index1 index2 index3 index4 index5

Examples
Assume the current table seating is "Al Bo Cy Di Ed".
CommandResult
order 5 4 3 2 1Reverses play order, now "Ed Di Cy Bo Al".
order 1 3 2 4 5Switch seats. New order is "Al Cy Bo Di Ed".

PLAY
Manipulates cards in various ways. You can use this command to play vampires from your uncontrolled region to your ready region. You may also use this command to play cards from your hand. The default PLAYER is yourself. The default REGION is your ashheap if you are playing a library card or your ready region if you are playing a vampire. By default you will not draw to replace a card played.

Syntax
play [vamp] CARD [PLAYER] [REGION] [CARD] [draw]

Examples
CommandResult
play vamp 1moves your vamp #1 from inactive to ready (example: revealing a vampire)
play 2 drawmoves your hand card #2 to your ashheap and redrawing (example: standard play-and-draw)
play 3moves your hand card #3 to your ashheap without redrawing (example: Bum's Rush, Events)
play 1 ready 2 drawmoves your hand card #1 to be attached to your ready region card #2 and then draws (example: Owl Companion, Perfectionist)
play 1 ready 2 1moves your hand card #1 to be attached to the first card already attached to ready region card #2
play 1 Jeffmoves your hand card #1 to Jeff's ashheap
play 1 Jeff readymoves your hand card #1 to Jeff's ready region
play 7 Jeff ready 2moves your hand card #7 to Jeff's ready region card #2 (example: Charnas the Imp, Fame)
play 1 torpormoves your hand card #1 to your torpor region

RANDOM
Roll a NUMBER-sided die.

Syntax
random [NUMBER]

SHOW
Reveal hidden cards to somebody. Used for searching libraries/crypts, or for peeking at the top of libraries/crypts. Often combined with SHUFFLE. The text of the shown cards show up in the private scratchpad of the intended methuselah.

Syntax
show [REGION] amount [[PLAYER]|all]

Examples
CommandResult
show 1peek at the top card of your library
show 1 Jeffshow Jeff the top card of your library
show crypt 12look at your whole crypt (assuming crypt is <= 12 cards)
show hand 1 Jeffshow Jeff the first card in your hand. shuffle your hand first if you want to show a random card
show library 1 allshow everyone in the game the top card of your library.

SHUFFLE
Shuffles a particular stack of cards.

Syntax
shuffle [PLAYER] [REGION] [num]

Examples
CommandResult
shuffleshuffles your library and crypt
shuffle Paolo libraryshuffle Paolo's library
shuffle cryptshuffles your crypt, but not your library
shuffle library 5shuffles the top 5 cards of your library

TAP
Taps a particular card. You may target any card on the table. Note that tapping other people's cards should never be necessary. The default PLAYER is yourself. The default REGION is your ready region.

Syntax
tap [PLAYER] [REGION] CARD

Examples
CommandResult
tap ready 1
...or...
tap 1
tap card #1 in your ready region
tap George ready 3
...or...
tap George 3
tap card #3 in George's ready region (Jar the Soul, Misdirection)

TRANSFER
Transfers your pool to vampires in your uncontrolled/inactive region. The default PLAYER is yourself. To reveal a vampire, you must use the PLAY command.

Syntax
transfer [REGION] VAMP [+|-]AMOUNT

Examples
CommandResult
transfer 1 +4move 4 pool onto uncontrolled vampire #1
transfer re 3 -1remove 1 blood from vampire #3 in ready region, add 1 to pool.

UNTAP
Untaps a particular card. You may target any card on the table. Note that untapping other people's cards should never be necessary. The default PLAYER is yourself. The default REGION includes all of your cards. In other words, you can easily start your turn by using a UNTAP command to untap all of your cards.

Syntax
untap [PLAYER] [REGION] [CARD]

Examples
CommandResult
untapuntap all of your cards (start of turn)
untap ready 1
...or...
untap 1
untap card #1 in your ready region (Speak with Spirits, 2nd Tradition)
untap George ready 3
...or...
untap George 3
untap card #3 in George's ready region (Babble, Angela Preston)

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24 Apr 2011 07:39 - 24 Apr 2011 09:17 #3727 by KevinM
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This might be easier for some people:
members.cox.net/kjm1971/JOL3 Command Set.doc


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Kevin M., Prince of Las Vegas
"Know your enemy and know yourself; in one-thousand battles
you shall never be in peril." -- Sun Tzu, *The Art of War*
"Contentment...Complacency...Catastrophe!" -- Joseph Chevalier
Please visit VTESville daily! vtesville.myminicity.com/
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26 Dec 2011 15:47 - 26 Dec 2011 15:57 #19356 by KevinM
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My link from above is no longer valid.

Here's the file:

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"Contentment...Complacency...Catastrophe!" -- Joseph Chevalier
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