Do (Control command)
do <[number 1]cmd1,[number 2]cmd2,...>
This command allows you to give multiple commands at one time,
separated by a "," between each command set. Each command can be
prefixed with a number if you wish: for example "do n,n" is equivalent
to "do 2n". No number within the "do" chain can be higher than 40.
To further simplify the use of this command, if you type something
that starts with a number, the MUD will automatically prepend it with
"do". For example, typing "5n,3e" is the same as typing "do 5n,3e".
Note, however, that with this quick syntax the first number cannot be
greater than 10.
"do" sequences are often used in combination with the "alias" command.
The most typical usage involves creating an alias to move your character
from a well-accessible location (such as a town entrance) to a remote quest
location. For example, you could have "alias bree2dike do 5w,20n" to
quickly reach the Deadman's Dike area from Bree. With it, typing just
"bree2dike" at the Bree signpost would move you to the Dike.
In some cases (mostly involving nested aliases) it is possible that
each "do" call will return a "Loop possibility detected" error message.
If this happens to you, type "do done" to correct the problem.