The purpose of the CRT command is to give players control over aspects of their play of the game that are outside the actual play of the game itself. Things like the coinage that your bank account is tracked in, the level of items you look for in search, your default chat channel, etc. The command syntax is CRT plus a letter plus any other parameters, as noted below. Any CRT commands are saved client-side, not server-side (i.e., they're saved on your computer, not the server), so you must use the SAVE command to save your settings. These settings will not carry over if you log onto your account from another computer.


This command sets your bank coinage level (the type of coins used to track your account balance. If entered with no parameters, it displays your current coinage level (not your balance). If entered with a number, then your bank coinage level will be set to that level. Note that, due to the coinage types used in the game, only odd numbers are valid for bank coinage levels. Valid numbers are: 1 (CP), 3 (NP), 5 (SP), 7 (GP), 9 (PP), 11 (MP), 13 (TP), 15 (IP), 17 (BP), 19 (LP), 21 (RP), 23 (ZP), 25 (HP), 27 (OP). See here for more details on the various coinage types.

Also, in the normal play of the game, if your bank account gets to the point where it might overflow (i.e., over 1 billion coins of a given type), the game will automatically change the bank coinage used to lowest level at which it doesn't exceed 1 billion coins. If this happens, you can check this via CRT B. When changing bank coinage levels, any overflow or underflow is lost. So, you should be careful when changing your bank coinage levels, as you could in fact wipe out your entire bank account.


This command changes your default TUNE channel by toggling from one possible channel to another (those that you cannot access are skipped). The last channel accessed becomes your "default" channel (i.e., the one you automatically enter when logging into the game.

Using CRT D with no parameters makes you leave the current channel.

CRT E <entry message>

This command sets the entry message that you and others see when you tune to a channel (including when entering the game). The command format is CRT E <text to enter>. The text then appears as "<your name> joins the channel <additional text>".

If you enter CRT E with no parameters, then your channel entry message will be deleted.


This command is used with the friends list (only available to players on a game plan). The format is CRT F <friend number>; using it removes that that friend from your list. The friend number is the position of that friend in the list (first player in list is number 1) when you do a SCRY FRIENDS.

Players initially set up each other as friends via the WHISPER command and the syntax "<character name>, FRIENDS?" with the other player responding with "<character name>, FRIENDS" (same as previous except no question mark). Once friends have been set up, you will see them (if they are online) or be told when they were last on (if on within past month) if you do a SCRY FRIENDS, and you are also told when they enter the game (if you are online), and can pick up each other's gear if both are online.


This command provides a list of players who have been on in the last 24 hours, along with the time they last logged in.


This command toggles whether or not you receive death messages (e.g., "<character> has died in <area>"). Normally, players death messages for those who are on the same channel, are in the same guild, or are on their friends list. This command allows you to also see death messages for all characters that are more than half your level, which is useful for [[| Priests] to know, as they might want to raise someone from the dead (and thus get experience), but other classes may use this command as well. Entering this command with no
parameters toggles you from receiving these extra death messages or not.


(Check For Multiple Players)


This command sets the level of items for which you want to search. This is useful if you already have high-level items and don't want to bother having to sort through items that aren't worth selling. The format is CRT S #, where # is the minimum level of items you wish to find. Only items at that level or higher, one level less and magical or supernatural, or enchanted (regardless of level), are displayed when searching.

When entered with no parameters (e.g. just CRT S) your current search level is displayed.


This command displays the current 'MRT' (Mystic Realms Time) as well as the server you are currently on.


This command toggles whether or not the player wishes to accept unsolicited spells and prayers. Some players have found that getting help prayers and spells from random people nearby can get to be annoying, so this command was created. When toggled on, unsolicited spells and prayers are rejected, excepting those from fellow guild mates, those that you are in the same combat group with, and the player that you last TELLed to.


This command blocks all communication from a given player. It is unfortunate but something that nonetheless happens, where players at times get to be deliberately annoying, so this command allows others to ignore them.

Entering CRT X with a character name (without any guild tag) will block all private communication (EMSGs, TELLs, and Whispers) from that character, as well as blocking all other characters on that player's account from all other characters on your account. This goes both ways - you will not be able to communicate with that player as well.

Entering CRT X with no parameters shows the list of characters that you have blocked. These character names are truncated after 11 characters.

Entering CRT X with a character name that you have blocked already will remove that character from the list.

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