Rift: In Game Macro Guide

Macro Commands

An important component of macros is the ability to issue game commands via text input. A macro generally saves one or more of these commands for future and repeated use. Some the game commands available are below.

Below are a listing of the various macro options that exist in Rift. Please note, that at the bottom of this guide, we have included a VIP Members’ Macro Guide, which can be used to exploit the game.

  • /saveequip followed by an index number (e.g. “/saveequip 1″)
    • This saves the currently equipped set of equipment to the specified index.
  • /loadequip followed by an index number (e.g. “/loadequip 1″)
    • This loads the saved set of equipment from the specified index.
  • /cast followed by an ability name (e.g. “/cast Motif of Tenacity”)
    • This casts the specified ability. You can specify a target for that ability using special targeting syntax (e.g. /cast @mouseover Commander’s Order)
  • /wait followed by a number of seconds (e.g. “/wait 1″)
    • This is used to tell the game engine to wait the specified number of seconds before issuing the next command.
  • /stopcasting
    • This tells the game engine to stop the current action and is a necessary intermediate step between chained macro commands.
  • /use item
    • This uses the item named (e.g. /use Blessed Tome)
  • /help
    • This lists the Rift recognized / commands.

Syntax

When listing commands in the macro interface, you do not need the leading slash, so rather than /cast, you would just use cast. The following illustrates:

#show Commander's Order
cast @mouseover Commander's Order

Basic Macro Commands

  • /saveequip followed by an index number (e.g. “/saveequip 1″) – This saves the currently equipped set of equipment to the specified index.
  • /loadequip followed by an index number (e.g. “/loadequip 1″) – This loads the saved set of equipment from the specified index.
  • /cast followed by an ability name (e.g. “/cast Motif of Tenacity”) – This casts the specified ability. You can specify a target for that ability using special targeting syntax (e.g. /cast @mouseover Commander’s Order)
  • /wait followed by a number of seconds (e.g. “/wait 1″) – This is used to tell the game engine to wait the specified number of seconds before issuing the next command.
  • /stopcasting – This tells the game engine to stop the current action and is a necessary intermediate step between chained macro commands.
  • /use item – This uses the item named (e.g. /use Blessed Tome)
  • /help – This lists the Rift recognized / commands.

Special Commands

  • /%T – displays the target selected in chat.
  • @Focustarget – Cast a spell at a target of a focused target, E.G. /cast @focustarget Soul lance
  • @Lasttarget – Cast a spell on your last target before your current target
  • #show “ability” – Causes the macro to inherhit the icon and ability icon of the skill.

Example Macros

Assisting Main Tank

target "name"
 assist
 cast "name of your usual starting skill"

Crowd Control Notification

Will tell in party chat the name of the target (%T)you’re casting Transmorgify on.

party I am Squirreling the target %T , touch him and you will get rabies!!!
 cast Transmorgify

Mouse-Over Heal

#show Basic Heal
 stopcasting
 cast [ctrl] @mouseover Heal Over Time
 cast [ctrl] Heal Over Time
 cast [alt] @mouseover Big Heal
 cast [alt] Big Heal
 cast @mouseover Basic Heal
 cast Basic Heal

Slash Commands

General

  • abilitybar – Selects a specific ability bar page from your main bar.
  • afk – Sets you “Away From Keyboard” with optional message.
  • alias – Allows you to create alias for your commands.
  • cancelbuff – Cancels a buff by name.
  • cast – Casts a specific spell.
  • clearfocus – Clears a focus set by the /Focus command.
  • combatlog – Brings up the combat log.
  • dismount – Dismounts you from your mount.
  • dnd – Sets your chat to “Do not Disturb” with optional message.
  • duel – Starts a duel
  • dungeoninfo – Displays dungeon info.
  • equip – Equips selected item
  • equipslot – Untested
  • filter – Turns adult chat filter on or off.
  • focus – Sets your focus to selected NPC or player.
  • follow – Follows the target.
  • friend – Add player as a friend.
  • help – Brings up available commands
  • inspect – Looks at a target players gear.
  • loc – Gives your location
  • macro – Brings up the macro section.
  • motd – Edits message of the day.
  • played – Shows your time played.
  • pvptoggle – Toggles your PVP flag on or off.
  • random # – Rolls a number randomly up to the number specified.
  • report – Reports a player.
  • returntorespawn – Returns you to the graveyard if you are dead.
  • role # – changes your role.
  • startattack – Starts melee auto-attack.
  • startrangedattack – Starts ranged Auto-Attack.
  • stopattack – Stops your attack.
  • stopcasting – Cancels casting.
  • target – Selects target player or NPC.
  • targetexact – Selects the exact name of a NPC or Player.
  • time – Displays the server time and the local time.
  • version – Gives you the current RIFT version.
  • who – Opens the social window.

Party

  • clearallmarks – Clears away all target marks.
  • dumpraid – Creates a file that lists the members of a raid.
  • invite – Invites target player to your party.
  • kick – Kick player from your party.
  • leader – Transfer party lead to player.
  • mark # – Mark a target with designated number.
  • partyleave – Leave your party.
  • raid_create – Create a raid.
  • raid_disband – Disband a raid.
  • readycheck – Prompts a ready window for everyone to confirm readiness.
  • resetinstances – Resets a instance.

Chat

Rift 1-50 Defiant Guardian Leveling Guides & Class Builds

  • chat # ,# – Selects a chat channel you have joined and enters a message when a message follows the space after the number. See /chatlist for chatlist numbers.
  • chatlist – Gives the list of chat channels and their numbers you have joined and that can be selected by /1, /2, etc. Aliases of this command are chatinfo and chatwho.
  • guild – Selects the guild chat channel and enters a message when a message follows the space after the command. Aliases for this command are /gu, /gc and /g.
  • join – Joins a chat channel when the channel exists or not. Aliases for this command are chatjoin, cjoin, channel and chan.
  • leave # – Leaves a chat channel by giving its number. See /chatlist for chatlist numbers. Aliases for this command are /chatleave, /chatexit, /cleave and /cexit.
  • lfg – Short command to join the LFG channel (/join LFG).
  • party – Opens a party channel and sends a message when a text follows the space after the command to all party members. Alias for this command is p.
  • tell – Opens a tell/whisper channel to another character and sends a message in this private channel when a text follows the space after the character name.
  • Aliases for this command are whisper, w and t. The hotkey ‘r’ ot the command reply can be used to repond to the last person sending you a tell (or whisper).
  • wf – Opens a warfront team channel and sends a message when a text follows the space after the command to all warfront team members.
  • raid – Opens a raid channel and sends a message when a text follows the space after the command to all raid members. Alias of this command is /rsay.
  • say – Opens an local channel and sends a message when a text follows the space after the command. Alias for this command is s.
  • yell – Opens an local channel and sends a message when a text follows the space after the command. Work like say but the text get another colour to emphasize it. Alias for this command is shout.
    announce # – Enables join/leave announcements for a given channel. Alias for this command is /ann.
  • chatban # – Kick and bans a player from a chat channel. Aliases for this command are /ban, /bk and /cban.
  • chatinvite # – Invites a player to a private chat channel. Alias for this command is /cinvite.
  • chatunban # – Unbans a player from a chat channel. Aliases for this command are /unban and /cunban.
  • moderator # – Make a player character moderator of the given channel. Alias for this command is /mod.
  • owner # – Transfers channel ownership to another player character.
  • password # – Sets the channel’s password, or clears it if no password entered.
  • private # – Make a channel private. People must be invited using /cinvite to join.
  • public # – Makes a channel public. Anyone can join who is not on the ban list.
  • unannounce # – Disables join/leave announcements for a given channel. Alias for this command is /unann.
  • unmoderator # – Remove moderator permissions for a player character on the given channel. Alias for this command is /unmod

Pet

  • petaggressive – Sets your pet to attack anything that comes into range.
  • petattack – Sets your pet to attack the current target.
  • petcast – Your pet will cast the spell given.
  • petdefensive – Pet will only attack when attacked.
  • petfollow – Pet will follow you.
  • petstay – Pet stays at current location.
  • petname – Sets your pet name.
  • petpassive – Sets your pet to do nothing, even if attacked.

Guild

  • dumpguild – Generates a file with the entire guild roster on it.
  • ginvite – Invite a player to the guild.
  • gleave – Leave the guild.
  • guild – Type a message to the guild.
  • gkick – Kick a player from the guild
  • glog – Brings up the guild log
  • gsetmotd – Sets the guild Message Of The Day
  • gpromote – Promotes a guild member to a rank designated
  • gsetnotes – Changes the Guild Notes message.




In comparing the 2 macro systems for both World of Warcraft and Rift, we found something really interesting and helpful. It has to do with the way to both make and use macros. Its the ability to Chain skills with Macros.

This can be classified as an exploit, as such it’s for VIP Members only.

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