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Syntax: faux number <keyword> faux runeslots <item number> faux delevel <item number> faux weightmult <container number> <amount> faux restore (<item number>) faux purge <item number> faux number <keyword> To ensure modification of the desired item, this syntax will list all items in your inventory or worn and give each a number to be used in the syntaxes below. faux runeslots <object> With the faux command, it is possible to purchase extra rune slots for your equipment. Once the object has reached 10 rune slots, no more rune slots can be purchased. The cost of one rune slot is 500 faux levels. faux delevel <object> An item's wear-level can be decreased by 10 levels. It doesn't actually change the level of the item, so that weapons do not lose any weapon damage and armor doesn't lose armor rating quality. It adds a spell effect to the item to decrease the level requirement for wearing the item. The cost is 1000 qps, 10000 gold, 5 mudpies, and 100 faux levels. This cost increases linearly. For example, the second level decrease would cost 2000 qps, 20000 gold, 10 mudpies, and 200 faux levels. faux weightmult <container number> <amount> This syntax is used to decrease the weight multiplier of a container by no more than 10%. The cost is 50 faux levels per 1% decrease. To increase a bag's max item or weight capacity, use the container command. faux restore (<item number>) This syntax allows you to restore an item which exploded after armor roulette was cast on it or after a rune failed to bind with it and caused it to explode. It costs 500 faux levels to restore an item, and each item can only be restored once; if it explodes a second time, it can't be restored. If an item has already been restored, it will say so on the lore command. To see what number an item is and its lore output, use 'faux restore'. A maximum of 15 items can be on your list of exploded items. If you currently have 15 items on it and you shatter another item, the oldest item on the list will automatically be removed and the new item added. To manually remove an item from the list, use the syntax 'faux purge <item number>'. faux purge <item number> This will manually remove an item from your list of shattered equipment in order to clear up space in the list. A maximum of 15 items can be on the list at a time. Purging items from the list is free of cost. To find the item's number, use 'faux restore'. faux damtype <item number> <damage type> For 500 faux levels it is possible to change the damage type of your weapon. Use 'damtype list' to see a list of usable damage nouns and types.
Related helpfiles: Container, Damtype, Runes.