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The autoscripter is a premium benefit that costs 100 Premium points. These scripts can be added to certain items. Located in the Specialty Shop of the Lighthouse in Mist Harbor.

Important Note: Just because you see a noun on the list below, does NOT mean it's a "legal" noun by today's policy standards. It just means you can still autoscript it, if you happen to have one. ~ GM Jainna


Cloaks

These scripts will work on: cloak, manteau, greatcloak, warcloak, burnoose, mantle, longcloak, raincloak, pelisse, ataniki, atanika, robe, robes

Option 1
  • Person grabs a handful of her woven cloak and spins around with a flourish, the deep folds of the garment swirling around her gracefully.
  • Person jumps as high as she can, her woven cloak billowing around her in a wide circle as she lands!
  • Person pulls up the folds of her woven cloak around her arm and strikes an overly dramatic pose.
  • Person runs the tips of her fingers along the edges of her woven cloak, drawing attention to the garment.
  • Person wiggles around in her woven cloak, causing it to ripple about her feet in delicate, gentle waves.
  • Person notices a loose thread on her woven cloak, and quickly grabs hold of the offending bit of material. With a quick *SNAP!*, she makes short work of the thread and flicks it into the air.
Option 2
  • Person throws the edge of his woven cloak over his shoulder nonchalantly.
  • Person wraps his cloak tightly about himself.
  • Person takes the edge of his woven cloak and holds it out as he bows low in a courtly fashion.
  • Person tosses back the edge of his cloak, as if preparing to draw a weapon.
  • Person rummages through his woven cloak, apparently searching for something.
  • Person drapes his woven cloak around his shoulders in a billowing swirl of motion.
Option 3
  • Person turns around in his woven cloak tangling the material up and around himself.
  • Person rubs his hand against his cloak attempting to smooth out an unsightly wrinkle.
  • You notice Person trying to cover an unsightly mud stain on his cloak.
  • Person gives his cloak a hard tug, making sure it is fastened properly.
  • Person fidgets a bit with his woven cloak, tugging at the hem.
  • Person pokes around inside his woven cloak, looking for an elusive item.
Option 4
  • Person brushes his hands over his woven cloak, removing bits of lint in the process.
  • Person settles his woven cloak over his shoulders with a surprisingly dexterous swirl.
  • Person wipes his face with the hem of his woven cloak.
  • Person shivers as he pulls his woven cloak more tightly around himself.

Backpacks

These scripts will work on: knapsack, backpack, pack, rucksack

Option 1
  • Person pulls the flap of his backpack closed and buttons it securely.
  • Person unbuttons the flap of his backpack, pulling it open to reveal the contents.
  • Person pulls the shoulder straps of his backpack, settling his load to rest more comfortably.
  • Person rummages around briefly in his backpack, displacing all the contents.
Option 2
  • Person unclasps the flap on his heavy backpack and flips it open.
  • Person pulls the flap down on his heavy backpack and clasps it securely.
  • Person pulls on the straps of his heavy backpack, trying to alleviate the pressure on his shoulders.
  • Person lifts his heavy backpack off his shoulders for a moment, repositioning it.

Satchels

These scripts will work on: satchel, haversack, case, kit, carryall

Option 1
  • Person flips open his simple satchel with one hand.
  • Person closes his simple satchel and secures it tightly.
  • Person appears to be checking the contents of his simple satchel.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust off his simple satchel.

Sacks and Pouches

These scripts will work on: sack, pouch, sporran, purse, bag, reticule, neckpouch, tote, lootsack, lootbag, handbag, poke

Option 1
  • Person pulls hard on the drawstrings of his pouch cinching it tightly then sliding the carved bone clasp tight against the lip of the pouch.
  • Person slides the carved bone clasp off the pouch and with a mighty tug pulls the pouch open.
  • Person carefully hefts his pouch with a thoughtful expression.
  • Person tugs on the drawstrings of his pouch and twirls them around his finger absently.
Option 2
  • Person flips open his cotton pouch with one hand.
  • Person closes his cotton pouch and secures it tightly.
  • Person appears to be checking the contents of his cotton pouch.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust off his cotton pouch.

Footwear

These scripts will work on: boots, slippers, jackboots, clogs, shoes, brogans, brogues, moccasins, gillies, half-boots, halfboots, pattens, poulaines, snowshoes, workboots, workshoes, clogs, yatane, pompes, flats, sandals, sabaton

Option 1
  • Person does a bit of an awkward dance as he slips his soft leather shoes onto his feet.
  • Person kicks off his soft leather shoes and catches them in midair.
  • Person balances on one foot as he removes a small stone from the sole of his soft leather shoes.
  • Person scrapes the muck off the bottoms of his soft leather shoes.
Option 2
  • Person pulls on his soft leather shoes, fitting them snugly against his feet.
  • Person rubs the toes of his soft leather shoes, grumbling about the fit.
  • Person touches the soles of his soft leather shoes looking for holes that might need cobbling.
  • Person brushes the dust from his soft leather shoes.
  • Person kicks his soft leather shoes together, knocking clumps of dirt and mud from the heels.
  • Person taps the ground with his soft leather shoes, creating a clicking noise with the heel.

Pants and Trousers

These scripts will work on: pants, trousers, breeches, britches, bloomers, breeks, drawers, gaskins, knee-breeches, overalls, hose, pantaloons, trews

Option 1
  • Person pulls at a loose thread near the seam of his narrow blue breeches, partially unravelling it.
  • Person dusts off his narrow blue breeches causing small clouds of dust in the process.
  • Person touches his narrow blue breeches admiring the feel of the material against his fingertips.
  • Person wipes his sweaty palms on his narrow blue breeches, hoping no one will notice.
  • Person adjusts his narrow blue breeches, attempting to get more comfortable.
  • Person studies the material of his narrow blue breeches carefully, looking for any flaws.
Option 2
  • Person pulls his narrow blue breeches over his legs, hopping around and nearly falling over.
  • Person suddenly begins to blush and briefly turns his back to you as he fastens his narrow blue breeches.
  • Person loosens the belt of his narrow blue breeches a bit and lets out a sigh of relief.
  • Person briskly brushes the dust from the seat of his narrow blue breeches.

Skirts and Dresses

These scripts will work on: skirt, dress, sundress, nightgown, cotehardie, frock, ballgown, overgown, overdress, habit, kirtle, bliaut

Option 1
  • Person nervously pleats and unpleats the material of his cotton skirt with his hands.
  • Person grabs a handful of his cotton skirt and spins around with a flourish, the folds of the garment swirling around him gracefully.
  • Person runs his hands over his cotton skirt, smoothing the creases in the material.
  • Person twitches the hem of his cotton skirt coyly.
Option 2
  • Person pulls at a loose thread near the hem of his cotton skirt, partially unravelling the seam.
  • Person adjusts his cotton skirt around a bit, adjusting it for comfort.
  • Person smoothes out the wrinkles in his cotton skirt with the palm of his hand.
  • Person waves his cotton skirt around in a vain attempt to shake the dust off.
  • Person brushes some dust off of his cotton skirt.
  • Person gives his cotton skirt a vicious yank, nearly ripping it in the process.

Hats and Caps

These scripts will work on: hat, cap, bonnet

Option 1
  • Person pulls his dark velvet hat down over his face, but not before you see him blush.
  • Person tosses his dark velvet hat joyfully into the air and catches it with one hand.
  • Person settles his dark velvet hat firmly on his head.
  • Person removes his dark velvet hat and scratches his forehead, looking pensive. With a shrug, he replaces his dark velvet hat on his head.

Amulets and Pendants

These scripts will work on: amulet, pendant, locket, necklace, medallion, lariat, choker

Option 1
  • Person idly fingers his silver amulet, lost in thought.
  • Person places his hand reverently over his silver amulet, murmuring quietly.
  • Person slips his silver amulet over his head and it comes to rest against his throat.
  • Person slips his silver amulet over his head, removing it.

Rings

These scripts will work on: ring, band

Option 1
  • Person absentmindedly twists his silver ring back and forth on his finger.
  • Person tugs at his silver ring, but it seems to be stuck.
  • Person holds his hand out in front of him, gazing admiringly at his silver ring.
  • Person holds out his hand and wiggles his fingers, showing off his silver ring.

Jackets and Coats

These scripts will work on: jacket, coat, duster, parka, longcoat, raincoat, justacorps

Option 1:
  • Person carefully neatens his leather coat, adjusting the fit and straightening the cuffs.
  • Person sweeps his leather coat behind him as he bows low.
  • Person pulls his coat closed, smoothly fastening it up.
  • Person carefully unfastens his leather coat, letting it hang open.
  • Person slips out of his leather coat, folding it over his arm.
  • Person tosses back the edge of his leather coat nonchalantly, as if preparing to draw a weapon.
Option 2:
  • Person brushes his hands over his leather coat, removing bits of lint in the process.
  • Person settles his leather coat over his shoulders with a surprisingly dexterous swirl.
  • Person wipes his face with the hem of his leather coat.
  • Person shivers as he pulls his leather coat more tightly around himself.

Kilts and Loincloths

These scripts will work on: kilt, greatkilt, warkilt, loincloth

Option 1:
  • Person gives his plaid kilt a sharp tug, making sure it covers his knees.
  • Person obviously doesn't realize you can see him scratching under his plaid kilt.
  • Person places one hand on his plaid kilt, holding it in place against any errant breezes.
  • Person tugs a loose thread from the edge of his plaid kilt with a sharp *SNAP*.

Capes and Shawls

These scripts will work on: cape, capelet, poncho, half-cape, shawl, wrap

Option 1:
  • Person takes the edge of his blue leather cape and holds it out as he bows low in a courtly fashion.
  • Person tosses back the edge of his cape, as if preparing to draw a weapon.
  • Person rummages through his blue leather cape, apparently searching for something.
  • Person drapes his blue leather cape around his shoulders in a billowing swirl of motion.
Option 2:
  • Person brushes his hands over his blue leather cape, removing bits of lint in the process.
  • Person settles his blue leather cape over his shoulders with a surprisingly dexterous swirl.
  • Person wipes his face with the hem of his blue leather cape.
  • Person shivers as he pulls his blue leather cape more tightly around himself.

Socks and Stockings

These scripts will work on: socks, stockings

Option 1:
  • Person reaches down and straightens the seams on his socks.
  • Person tugs at his socks and looks around sheepishly.
  • Person lightly runs his hands over his purple fuzzy socks and gives a satisfied nod.
  • Person hikes up his purple fuzzy socks.
  • Person smooths his socks taut over his legs.
  • Person raises his purple fuzzy socks and waves them around like a banner.
Option 2:
  • Person sticks out a foot and frowns in concentration, his gaze affixed to his own toes.
  • Person reaches under his purple fuzzy socks and scratches furiously, a look of relief breaking out on his face.
  • Person leans down and traces a finger up the seam of his socks, before nodding to himself.
  • Person reaches down and tugs his purple fuzzy socks back into place, smoothing them against his legs.
  • Person holds up his purple fuzzy socks to eye level and stares at them, as though pondering what to do.
  • Person kicks out a foot and spins in a quick circle before assuming a pose, one leg cocked out.

Leggings

These scripts will work on: leggings

Option 1:
  • Person reaches down and straightens the seams on his leggings.
  • Person tugs at his leggings and looks around sheepishly.
  • Person lightly runs his hands over his pale blue leggings and gives a satisfied nod.
  • Person hikes up his pale blue leggings.
  • Person smooths his leggings taut over his legs.
  • Person raises his pale blue leggings and waves them around like a banner.
Option 2:
  • Person pulls at a loose thread near the seam of his pale blue leggings, partially unravelling it.
  • Person dusts off his pale blue leggings causing small clouds of dust in the process.
  • Person touches his pale blue leggings admiring the feel of the material against his fingertips.
  • Person wipes his sweaty palms on his pale blue leggings, hoping no one will notice.
  • Person adjusts his pale blue leggings, attempting to get more comfortable.
  • Person studies the material of his pale blue leggings carefully, looking for any flaws.
Option 3:
  • Person pulls his pale blue leggings over his legs, hopping around and nearly falling over.
  • Person suddenly begins to blush and briefly turns his back to you as he fastens his pale blue leggings.
  • Person loosens the belt of his pale blue leggings a bit and lets out a sigh of relief.
  • Person briskly brushes the dust from the seat of his pale blue leggings.

Gloves

These scripts will work on: handwraps, hand-wraps, gloves, gauntlets, mittens

Option 1:
  • Person slides his hands inside his mittens, tugging on them to ensure a good fit.
  • Person bites down on his mittened fingertips, tugging his mitten off and holding it between his teeth as he removes the other.
  • Person splays out his fingers and tugs at his mitten, adjusting the fit.
  • Person slides a mittened finger beneath his other mitten and scratches awkwardly.
  • Person grins and claps his hands, the sound deep and muffled by his mittens.
  • Person runs his mittened fingers through his hair, smoothing it out. Unfortunately, as soon as his hand pulls away, the hair follows, attracted to the mittens by some unseen force.

(Note: The messaging on this script changes depending on the type of gloves worn, or if you have hair or not.)

Belts and Sashes

These scripts will work on: belt, sash

Option 1:
  • Person absentmindedly plays with their braided belt.
  • Person leans back and sticks his thumbs underneath the front of his braided belt.
  • Person hitches up his belt and wriggles around a bit.
  • Person loosens his belt, looking a tad pudgier than before.
  • Person tightens his belt while glancing about the area.
  • Person reaches down toward his belt.

Bandanas and Kerchiefs

These scripts will work on head worn items with the following nouns: scarf, bandana, kerchief

Option 1:
  • Person adjusts the bandana several times on his head as if trying to find the exact placement.
  • Person twists his bandana around in his hands, nearly tying himself up in the process.
  • Person holds the bandana between forefinger and thumb and shakes it vigorously, watching it twist and writhe in his hand.
  • Person rotates the bandana above his head in ever increasing circles in a flamboyant fashion.
  • Person raises his bandana to his forehead, drawing his hands behind his head and fiddling with something. His hands reemerge, free from the bandana now firmly fixed to his forehead.
  • Person tugs at the material and the bandana falls free into his hands.

Armor

These scripts work for armor of all classes (robes through plate) as well as helms and shields.

Robes

Option 1:
  • Person pulls the folds of his cloth robes tightly around himself.
  • Person runs his hands down the material of his cloth robes, as though smoothing out wrinkles.
  • Person turns sharply, causing his cloth robes to billow out around him.
  • Person absent-mindedly gnaws on the collar of his robes.
  • Person looks mischievious for a moment, but apparently opts against whatever he was thinking.
  • Person folds his arms inside the sleeves of his cloth robes, assuming a sanguine expression.
Option 2:
  • Person slaps his cloth robes and a cloud of dust comes out of them.
  • Person wipes his face with the edge of his cloth robes.
  • Person thrusts his arms out in a warding gesture and the sleeves of his cloth robes ripple down from his wrists.
  • Person turns sharply on his heel, causing the loose folds of his cloth robes to billow about his feet.

Leather Armor

Option 1:
  • Person notices a small spatter of mud on his full leather and cleans it with his sleeve.
  • Person traces his fingers over his full leather absentmindedly, looking off into the distance.
  • Person momentarily rubs some unseen smudge on his full leather.
  • Person casts an appraising glance over his full leather, checking for any signs of damage.
  • Person stubs his finger by poking his full leather.
  • Person pounds his fist soundly into his full leather, testing it for weakness.
Option 2:
  • Person appears to be adjusting the fit of his full leather.
  • Person seems to be wrestling with his full leather until a look of satisfaction crosses his face.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust from his full leather.
  • Person removes a small vial from his pocket and begins to oil his full leather. After a few minutes work, he returns the vial to its holding place with a look of satisfaction upon his face.
Option 3:
  • Person releases the fastenings on his leather and removes it.
  • Person dons his full leather, deftly adjusting its fastenings for a sure fit.
  • Person tugs on the fastenings of his full leather, testing their strength.
  • Person dusts off his full leather, removing any debris of battle.
  • Person rubs his full leather, easily removing any small signs of wear and tear from recent battles.

Scale Armor

Option 1:
  • Person appears to be adjusting the fit of his brigandine armor.
  • Person seems to be wrestling with his brigandine armor until a look of satisfaction crosses his face.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust from his brigandine armor.
  • Person removes a small vial from his pocket and begins to oil the leather of his brigandine armor. After a few minutes work, he returns the vial to its holding place with a look of satisfaction upon his face.
Option 2:
  • Person releases the fastenings on his armor and removes it.
  • Person dons his brigandine armor, deftly adjusting its fastenings for a sure fit.
  • Person tugs on the fastenings of his brigandine armor, testing their strength.
  • Person dusts off his brigandine armor, removing any debris of battle.
  • Person rubs his brigandine armor, easily removing any small signs of wear and tear from recent battles.

Chain Armor

Option 1:
  • Person appears to be adjusting the fit of his mithril chain mail.
  • Person seems to be wrestling with his mithril chain mail until a look of satisfaction crosses his face.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust from his mithril chain mail.
  • Person runs his hand over his mithril chain mail, causing the links to collide with numerous tiny metallic clinks.
Option 2:
  • Person carefully removes his mithril chain mail, inspecting its links for wear.
  • Person dons his mithril chain mail, settling its weight easily.
  • Person shrugs his shoulders and pulls at his mithril chain mail, smoothing its links.
  • Person runs his fingers over his mithril chain mail, working any debris out of its links.
  • Person buffs the links of his mithril chain mail until they gleam.

Plate Armor

Option 1:
  • Person thumps heavily on his mithril full plate, displaying its sturdiness and protection.
  • Person momentarily polishes some unseen smudge on his mithril full plate.
  • Person pulls the neckline of his mithril full plate, adjusting it for comfort.
  • Person works his way into some mithril full plate, buckling and tightening the straps as he prepares for battle.
  • Unfastening a multitude of buckles, Person carefully removes some mithril full plate.
Option 2:
  • Person appears to be adjusting the fit of his mithril full plate.
  • Person seems to be wrestling with his mithril full plate until a look of satisfaction crosses his face.
  • Person brushes the mud and dust from his mithril full plate.
  • Person seems to be wrestling with his mithril full plate until a look of satisfaction crosses his face.
Option 3:
  • Person releases the fastenings on his plate and removes it.
  • Person dons his mithril full plate, deftly adjusting its fastenings for a sure fit.
  • Person tugs on the fastenings of his mithril full plate, testing their strength.
  • Person dusts off his mithril full plate, removing any debris of battle.
  • Person buffs his mithril full plate until it gleams.

Helms

Option 1:
  • Person pulls his steel helm over his head and fastens it securely.
  • Person tugs his steel helm off over his head, rubbing the sweaty creases left behind in his flesh.
  • Person pulls his steel helm securely down on his forehead, gearing up for battle.
  • Person pushes his steel helm back off his forehead and wipes the sweat from his eyes.
Option 2:
  • Grasping it with both hands, Person places his steel helm on his head and adjusts it until it sits just right.
  • Person grasps his steel helm with both hands and carefully lifts it off of his head.
  • You notice Person clench his hand into a fist and punch himself on the side of the head. Probably not the wisest thing to do considering he is wearing a steel helm!
  • Person slides the visor of his steel helm into an open position and latches it securely in place.
  • Person unlatches the visor of his steel helm and slides it down over his eyes.

Shields

Option 1:
  • Person grabs a cloth and buffs his shield until it gleams.
  • Person turns over his shield and fiddles with the arm harness. Unsatisfied, he unbuckles the straps and rethreads them, cinching the harness tight.
  • Person kneels on the ground and holds his shield over him, cowering underneath.
  • Person leans against his shield on the ground, catching his breath.
Option 2:
  • Person takes a defensive stance as he thrusts his vultite shield out before him.
  • Person raises his vultite shield above his head and braces for an incoming blow.
Option 3:
  • Person drums his fingers along the top edge of his vultite shield.
  • Person gnaws thoughtfully on the edge of his vultite shield.
  • Person raises his vultite shield in a gesture of triumph!
  • In a quick move, Person turns his shield away from his body, pulling it back in quickly.
  • Person rests the edge of his vultite shield on the ground and leans heavily against it.
  • Person carefully buffs the surface of his vultite shield.
  • Person gazes intently at the surface of his vultite shield.
  • Person pulls his vultite shield close in, shielding his body.
  • Person holds his vultite shield firmly in front of him.
  • In one brisk move, Person slides a vultite shield off his shoulder.
  • Person slides a vultite shield over his shoulder and it settles into place.

Weapons

The following weapons will work with the autoscripter:

  • Awl-pikes
  • Backswords
  • Ball and chains
  • Bastard swords
  • Broadswords
  • Cudgels
  • Daggers
  • Estocs
  • Falchions
  • Flails
  • Halberds
  • Hammer of Kais
  • Handaxes
  • Javelins
  • Jeddart-axes
  • Katanas
  • Katars
  • Lances
  • Longswords
  • Maces
  • Main-gauches
  • Mauls
  • Military picks
  • Morning stars
  • Naginatas
  • Pilums
  • Rapiers
  • Scimitars
  • Short swords
  • Spears
  • Tridents
  • War hammers
  • War mattocks
  • Whip-blades

Edged Weapons

Option 1:
  • Person hefts his mithril longsword a few times, admiring its workmanship.
  • Looking calm and confident, Person tightens his grip on his mithril longsword.
  • Person raises his mithril longsword in a gesture of triumph!
  • Person holds his mithril longsword menacingly out in front of him, its sharp edge glinting in the sunlight.
  • Person pulls his mithril longsword close in to his body, its keen edge pointing outward.
  • As Person tilts his mithril longsword from side to side, sunlight dances across its keen-edged blade.
  • Person carefully buffs the blade of his mithril longsword.
  • Person taps the side of his mithril longsword's blade against one palm.
  • The blade of Person's mithril longsword slices cleanly through the air as he brings it around in a sweeping arc.

Blunt Weapons

Option 1:
  • Person hefts his vultite cudgel a few times, admiring its workmanship.
  • Looking calm and confident, Person tightens his grip on his vultite cudgel.
  • Person raises his vultite cudgel in a gesture of triumph!
  • Person holds his vultite cudgel menacingly out in front of him, its clean lines glinting in the sunlight.
  • Person pulls his vultite cudgel close in to his body in a defensive posture.
  • As Person tilts his vultite cudgel from side to side, sunlight dances across its gleaming surfaces.
  • Person carefully buffs his vultite cudgel.
  • Person sets the end of his cudgel into the ground and stands confidently behind it, resting both hands atop its upraised handle.
  • Person taps the end his vultite cudgel against one palm, smiling slowly.
  • Person's vultite cudgel whistles through the air as he brings it around in a sweeping arc.

Polearm Weapons

Option 1:
  • Person hefts his imflass spear a few times, admiring its workmanship.
  • Looking calm and confident, Person tightens his grip on his imflass spear.
  • Person raises his imflass spear over his head, holding it in a gesture of triumph!
  • Person holds his imflass spear menacingly out in front of him, its sharp point glinting in the sunlight.
  • Person stabs the ground with the butt of his imflass spear and draws the weapon toward him in a crisp salute.
  • As Person tilts his imflass spear from side to side, sunlight dances across its keen point.
  • Person carefully buffs the length of his imflass spear.
  • Person sets the butt of his spear into the ground at his feet and stands confidently beside it.
  • Person thumps the butt of his imflass spear against the ground.
  • Person swings his imflass spear in a sweeping arc over his head.