Usage: cast 'spellname' <direction> <victim>
Some spells are DIRECTIONAL, meaning you can cast them in a certain direction,
without even being in the same room as the target. This is particularly
useful, since mages have a weak constitution, and need to stay clear of the
fray, if possible.
Of course your target will still try to hunt you down. However when using a
directional spell you might receive the following message: 'You can't get a
It means that the victim can't track you down because he is in another zone
or doesn't hunt people down in the first place.
To see if a spell is directional type SPELLINFO spell.
Examples of usage:
cast 'magic missile' north cityguard or cast 'magic missile' n cityguard
cast 'cone of cold' e Gojira