Slash commands


Perform a query on the server for online players matching your query

/who filter

Aliases[edit | edit source]

none

Arguments[edit | edit source]

filter
Filtering options to perform the query with. Players are queried based on name, guild name, zone, race, class, and level.

Filtering[edit | edit source]

You may specify custom filters per field by using the following formats:

n-"name"
g-"guildname"
z-"zone"
r-"race"
c-"class"
s-"server"
level
minlevel-maxlevel (all numeric queries are assumed to be level)

Examples[edit | edit source]

-- This shows you everyone in Ironforge from level 1 through 10
/who z-"Ironforge" 1-10
-- Either of these show you all level 80 Draenei Priests
/who 80 r-"Draenei" c-"Priest"
/who 80 Draenei Priest
-- This example will return warriors in Shadowmoon Valley, as well as people with
-- "warrior" in their name or guild name. For example, maybe a pally named Warriorsbane
-- or someone in the guild "Warriors of Azeroth".
/who z-"Shadowmoon Valley" Warrior

Notes[edit | edit source]

Returns up to a maximum of 49 players.
If given search terms are not assigned to a particular field, all fields are queried for all terms, and the results are the Union of all sets returned per term, in Intersection with the results of all terms. A detailed explanation follows:
filter1: 80 c-"Priest"
set A = all level 80's (it is technically impossible for a person to have 80 in their name, due to naming restrictions, but if this were not the case, you'd see those too).
set B = all characters of the class Priest
result = A ∩ B

filter2: 80 Priest
set A = all level 80's
set B = all characters of the class Priest
set C = all characters named priest
set D = all characters in a guild with 'Priest' in the name
result = [A ∩ (B U C U D)]
Note that set B C and D are all created with the second term
Priest would also return all people in a zone with 'Priest' in the name, but no such zone exists.
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