USAGE: /search [condition]
Executes a player search based on the conditions given. Multiple conditions should be separated with a space. Conducts default search if no conditions are specified.
forename "PC name" - Search for a specific first name.
surname "PC name" - Search for a specific last name.
leader, away, busy, battle
event, lookingforparty, lookingtomeld
ã€Class & Jobã€‘
GLA, PGL, MRD, LNC, ARC, CNJ
THM, ACN, CRP, BSM, ARM, GSM
LTW, WVR, ALC, CUL, MIN, BTN
FSH, PLD, MNK, WAR, DRG, BRD
WHM, BLM, SMN, SCH
Searches all jobs and classes if none specified.
[number] - Search for that level only.
[number 1]-[number 2] - Search for players with levels between number 1 and 2.
Searches all levels if none are specified.
"Maelstrom", "Immortal Flames", "Order of the Twin Adder"
"Limsa Lominsa", "Gridania", "Ul'dah"
"La Noscea", "The Black Shroud"
"Thanalan", "Coerthas", "Mor Dhona"
Searches all locations if none are specified.
JA, EN, FR, DE
Searches all languages if none are specified.
/search GLA 20-30 "La Noscea"
(Searches for all gladiators in La Noscea between levels 20 and 30.)
I think the forename / surname thing is a clumsy way to handle the player searches. Could have sworn that it used to be first / last. Do we really need to stay in the "old english" dialect even when typing commands?
Edited, Dec 31st 2013 10:01am by OnyxFFXI