Mortal Online 2 Commands and Codes

Mortal Online 2 is now out on Steam. It is a first person sandbox MMORPG, and a direct sequel to Mortal Online. Players get to explore a massive open sandbox world and choose their own path, as they scout a world full of loots.

Mortal Online 2 Chat Commands and Codes


Here are all the Mortal Online 2 Commands that you can use in the chat:

COMMAND FUNCTION
/mute [Name of the player you want to mute] Mute a player. Just type /mute followed by their name. For example – /mute mike
/unmute [Name of the player you want to mute] Unmute a player. Just type /unmute followed by their name. For example – /unmute rob
/? Shows you a list of various commands
/droploot This will drop everything that you have in your inventory. This is useful if you want to empty your inventory quickly.
/endtutorial To end on screen tutorials
/resettutorial To restart on screen tutorials
/version If you want to know the version of Mortal Online 2 you are playing
/fps Enable FPS Counter
/time To know the exact server time
/guildabandon Allows you to discard your own guild as a leader
/guildleave If you want to leave a guild you joined
/emotes shows you a list of in-game emote.
/emote Allows you to emote in the game. Just type /emote followed by the emote name. For example – /emote clap

Here is the list of all the emotes you can use with this command:

  • Bow
  • Chestbump
  • Clap
  • ClapLong
  • CrackKnuckles
  • CrossArms
  • DedicateLong
  • Flex
  • FlipOff
  • Hopak
  • PraiseTheSun
  • PraiseTheSunLong
  • Saltarello
  • Salute
  • SaluteLong
  • SignHello
  • SignMeet
  • SignName
  • SnapFinger
  • Squat
  • Stretch
  • Threaten
  • ThumbsDown
  • ThumbsUp
  • Wave


Those are all the commands you can use in Mortal Online 2. But, if this table is missing any, then do let me know by typing the command and its function, in the comment section below. I will update this article with your information, and credit you as well.

How to use commands in Mortal Online 2

Using commands in Mortal Online 2 is pretty straightforward. All you have to do is open your in-game chat, and type the commands there.


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Last Updated on January 26, 2022

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