Objects and interacting with them - Aetolia Online Help

2.4 Objects and interacting with them

You will frequently need to want to interact with items and with mobiles
(NPCs) in Aetolia. The most important commands, all covered below, are:

INFO HERE   (IH for short)
This command will show you a list of what items are in the room, along  
with their numbers. Whenever you interact with an item or a mobile, you 
can either refer to it by name, such as 'orc', or by number, such as    
'173', or by a combination of both, such as 'orc173'.

LOOK <person> <piece of clothing>
This will show you a description of whatever thing you name.

GET [amount] <thing>
GET [amount] <thing> FROM <container>
This will pick things up from off the ground. You cannot pick up most   
living things. In order to get an item that is in another item, such as 
a backpack, you would type GET [amount] <thing> FROM <container>. If you
wish to get one of an item, omit the [amount]. You cannot pick up more  
than 50 items at a time.                                                

DROP [amount] <thing>
Drop anything you are holding onto the ground. If you wish to only drop 
one of something, you may omit [amount].                                

PROBE <thing>    (or P <thing> for short)
LOOK IN <thing>
This command will show you a variety of information about an item or    
mobile, along with its description. To see what it is holding, you must 
LOOK IN <thing>.                                                        

GIVE [amount] <thing> TO <whomever>
Give an item or items to someone (player or mobile). To give one item,  
omit the [amount].                                                      

PUT [amount] <thing> IN <container>
This allows you to put items inside another item that is capable of
holding items, such as a backpack. To put one item, omit the [amount].

THROW <thing>
This is a little more complicated. See: HELP THROWING.

WIELD <thing>
UNWIELD <thing>
These commands allow you to wield an item and unwield an item.

TOUCH <object>
PUSH <object> 
PULL <object>
TURN <object>
TWIST <object>
USE <object>
Some items can be interacted with using these commands, which may give hints to puzzles or quests, or simply enable an effect of the item.