Useful Commands for ESO

General Commands
Created by Gythral and AshySamurai

/stuck - For a small fee in gold, this will attempt to port the player to the closest safe point, which is typically the closest Wayshrine.

/reloadui - refresh

/camp - to log out

/bug - to submit a bug report

/feedback - to provide your feedback

/help - to submit a ticket

/played - to know how many hours you have played

/latency - server based RTT (wont try to explain why it's always 1005 more than the RTT to the servers datacenter in the EU)

/bug – open the bug reporting UI within the in-game Help Portal UI.

/chat – open the “Ask for Help” window within the in-game Help Portal UI.

/chatlog – toggle chat logging on or off.

/emote or /e or /me – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /emote slash command.

/feedback –open the “Feedback” window within the in-game Help Portal UI
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/fps – toggle the display of current framerate.

/help – in-game Help Portal UI (defaults to the Knowledgebase window)

/invite – invite another player to your group. Followed by a space, and then the group-invite-target’s name. (Account name can be used with an @symbol before the full name& may be needed is the charname has special characters in it)

/jumptofriend – jump to the wayshrine/graveyard closest to a named friend.

/jumptogroupmember – jump to the wayshrine/graveyard closest to a named group member.

/jumptoguildmember – jump to the wayshrine/graveyard closest to a named guild member.

/jumptoleader – jump to the wayshrine/graveyard closest to the group leader

/logout – log off of the current server. (Returns player to login screen)

/quit exit the game. (Closes game window entirely).

 Chat Commands
Created by acw37162

/guild1 or /g1 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /guild1 slash command. (First guild in the user’s guild list. Name of guild will auto-populate when this is typed)

/guild2 or /g2 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /guild2 slash command. (Second guild in the user’s guild list. Name of guild will auto-populate when this is typed)

/guild3 or /g3 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /guild3 slash command. (Third guild in the user’s guild list. Name of guild will auto-populate when this is typed)

/guild4 or /g4 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /guild4 slash command. (Fourth guild in the user’s guild list. Name of guild will auto-populate when this is typed)

/guild5 or /g5 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /guild5 slash command. (Fifth guild in the user’s guild list. Name of guild will auto-populate when this is typed)

/officer1 or /o1 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /officer1 slash command. (Officer chat for first guild in the user’s guild list.)

/officer2 or /o2 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /officer2 slash command. (Officer chat for second guild in the user’s guild list.)

/officer3 or /o3 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /officer3 slash command. (Officer chat for third guild in the user’s guild list.)

/officer4 or /o4 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /officer4 slash command. (Officer chat for fourth guild in the user’s guild list.)

/officer5 or /o5 – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /officer5 slash command. (Officer chat for fifth guild in the user’s guild list.)

/party or /p – The slash command to set the current chat channel to Party (Group). The following text will be sent to all members of the local-player’s party/group. Followed by a space, and then the text to send.

/reply or /respond or /r – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /tell slash command, using the last player who whispered you as the target.

/say or /s – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /say slash command. (Allows user to switch back to local chat)

/tell or /t or /w or /whisper – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /tell slash command. (Account name can be used with an @ symbol before the full name)

/yell or /y – The slash command to set the current chat channel to Yell. The following text will be sent to all players in your local vicinity, wider ranging than /say but not zone wide. Followed by a space, and then the text to send.

/zone or /z – A list of all the slash commands that activate the /zone slash command. (Zone-wide chat. User’s version of the zone only.)

/zen, /zde , /zfr – English / German / french language zone

Emotes
Created by NobleNerd

A

/angry /annoyed /applaud /approve /armscrossed /attention

B

/beckon /beg /beggar /bless {/bestowblessing = longer version, /blessing = until you cancel}

/blowkiss /boo /bored /bow /breathless /brushoff /bucketsplash

C

/celebrate {loop} /cheer /clap {loop} /cold /come /comehere

/confused /congrats /congratulate /controlrod /cower

/crouch /cry {loop} /crying {loop} /cuckoo /curtsey {same as /bow}

D

/dance {drunk, altmer, argonian, bosmer, breton, darkelf, dunmer, highelf,

imperial, khajiit, nord, orc, redguard, woodelf}

/disapprove /disgust /dishonor /dismiss /doom /downcast

/drink {2, 3} /drum /drunk /dustoff

E

/eat {2-4} /exasperated

F

/facepalm /faint /fistpump /flirt /flute /followme

G

/give /goaway /grats /greet

H

/hail /hammer /hammerlow /hammerwall /handsonhips

/handtoheart /headache /headscratch /heartbroken

/hello /horn /huh /humble

I

/impatient /idle {2-5}

J

/jumpingjacks /juggleflame

K

/kiss /kneel /kneelpray /knock /knockeddown /knuckles /kowtow

L

/laugh /leanback /leanbackcoin /leanside /leaveme /lol

/lute /lookup

N

/no /nod

O

/overhere

P

/payme /phew /playdead /plead /point /pointb /pointd

/pointl /pointr /pointu /poke /pour /pray

/preen /push /pushup /pushups {slight difference from pushup}

R

/rake /rally /read /ritual /rubhands /rude

S

/sad /salute {2, 3} /saluteloop {2, 3} /scared /scratch /search /self

/shakefist /shh /shieldeyes /shout /shovel /shrug

/sick /sigh /sit {2-6} /sitchair /situps /sleep {2} /smash /spit 

/stagger /stop /stomp /stretch /surprised /surrender

/sweep

T

/take /tap /taunt /thank(s) {/thankyou – no noticable difference} /threaten

/thumbsdown /thumbsup /tilt /torch /touch /twiddle

W

/wagfinger /wand {2-longer} /wave /welcome /whisper /write

Y

/yawn /yes /you