How chat is organized on the server.

L2D has several chat channels to help keep chat organized. Chat Mods are responsible for moderating and enforcing chat rules. If they tell you not to do something, listen to them. They can mute with or without warning. As such, players should read and follow the rules to avoid being muted.

There are also auto-mutes which trigger for certain chat offenses. Automatic mutes are very strict and mute all forms of communication (chat, private messages, signs, books, renaming items, etc). The more auto-mutes a player receives, the longer the mute will last.


Please keep chat in the relevant channels. Mistakes happen where players accidentally use the wrong channel and we’re fine with that, but stop misusing a channel when asked or you may be hit with a mute. Quick chat commands can be used to talk in a channel without having to switch your primary channel.

Channel Description Join Command Quick Chat Command
local Use this if you can see the person you are talking to. /ch l /ch l <msg>
/l <msg>
global Intended for general talk among all players. Don’t use this if you are talking to a particular person whom you can see. /ch g /ch g <msg>
/g <msg>

Other Commands

Command Description
/chlist Lists all of the above channels.
/chlookup Displays first and last login times, and which channels you are listening to.
/lev <channel> Leaves a channel so you no longer see messages in that channel.
/tell <player> <msg> Send a player a private message.
/chignore <player> Ignore tells from a player.
Last modified November 17, 2022: Fix Release 2022.11.2 date (bf558a0)