Guild Wars 2: All Chat Commands

This is just a simple guide that has all the chat commands and what they do, listed from the Guild Wars 2 wiki.
Basic Chat
Shortcut
Command
Channel
Seen by
/s
/l
/say
/local
Say
All players nearby your character. (Appears to be 2000 weapon range)
/g
/guild
Guild
Active guild
/g1
to
/g5
/guild1
to
/guild5
G1 to G5
Guild 1 to Guild 5.
/p
/gr
/party
/groupe
Party
Current party or subgroup if in a squad.
/d
/squad
/Squad
Active squad.
/t
/team
Team
Active team (PvP, WvW, and Daily Activities only.)
/m
/k
/sh
/y
/map
/karte
/shout
/yell
Map
All players in your current Zone or City.
/w
/f
/b
/whisper
/tell
Private
Sends private message.
/r
[Backspace]
/reply
Private
Sends private message to tde last person who whispered you.

 

Shortcut
Action
Notes
[Enter]
  • Begins message.
  • Sends pending message.
Defaults to current channel.
[Shift]+[Enter]
Begins squad broadcast message.
  • Moves focus to the squad broadcast box.
  • [Enter] is used to send the message.
[Tab]
Cycles through chat tabs.
When chat panel is active.
[Shift] + [left-click]
Creates a link to selected:
  • item
  • skill
  • waypoint
  • point of interest
[Control] + [left-click]
Instantly sends a link to selected:
  • item
  • skill
  • waypoint
  • point of interest
Social
Command
What the Command does
/friend [name]
add a player to your contact list.
/unfriend [name]
remove player from your contact list.
/block
/ignore
prevent a player from contacting you in any way.
/unblock
/unignore
remove a player from your block list.
/lfg
toggle presence status between “Looking for Group” and “Online”, and opens the Looking for Group panel.
/ginvite
Invites playername to current represented guild.
Group/Party
Command
What the Command does
/invite [name]
invite a player to join your party.
/join [name]
request to join a player’s party.
/leave
leave your current party.
/kick [name]
vote to kick party member (requires a majority vote).
/resign
/ff
/gg
/qq
/surrender
Kill yourself. Can only be used in raids, strikes, fractals, and Super Adventure Box. Allows squads or parties to concede defeat faster.
/squadjoin [commander_name]
/sqjoin [commander_name]
join a commander’s squad.
/squadleave
/sqleave
leave your current squad.
/squadinvite
/sqinvite
invite to squad
/mentor
enable or disable a mentor tag.
Commanders only
What the Command does
/squadinfo
displays the supply carried by each member of your squad.
//supplyinfo
displays the supply carried by players near you.
Queries
Command
What the Command does
/age

displays the amount of time you have played Guild Wars 2, in the following format:

  • “You have played this character for <x> hours <y> minutes over the past <z> days.”
  • “Across all characters, you have played for <X> hours <Y> minutes over the past <Z> days.”
/rank
drop a banner that will display your current PvP Rank, e.g. if you ranked rabbit it will show a rabbit on the banner and some hopping above.
/rank <1-80>
drop a banner of a specific PvP Rank, no higher than your current rank.
/deaths
displays the number of times your character has died, “You have died <x> time(s).”
/ip
displays the IP address of the server.
/support
/bug
opens the support panel.
/stuck
teleports the player to a nearest walkable point (it gets canceled if the player moves, gets into combat, or does any other action within 30 seconds after using this command, and has a cool-down of 2 minutes. Once moved back to spawn, the /stuck command has a cool-down of 10 minutes). Only works while inside instances, it will tell players to use a nearest waypoint when used on maps. The location is also reported to the developers. Using /stuck also works in PvP maps; the character will be killed after 30 seconds to allow revival at the starting base.
/time
shows the current Tyrian Time.
/emotelist
displays a list of available Emotes.
/wiki
opens your default web browser to wiki’s home page.
/wiki <keyword>
opens your browser to the wiki article named “keyword”; if no article exists, searches the wiki for “keyword” and displays relevant articles.
/wiki [chat link]

opens the browser to a search of up to 10 chat links (any links past 10 will be ignored). Chat links that have a an associated wiki page will have it linked in those search results.

  • Chat links can be added to the chat textbox by shift+clicking the corresponding object, this allows editing the line before sending it. In contrast, ctrl+click instantly sends the in chat as a message, so that method will not work along the /wiki command.
  • At this point it is possible to link waypoints, points of interest, items, skills, traits, effects, wardrobe entries, outfits and recipes learned.
/wiki DE: <keyword>
/wiki ES: <keyword>
/wiki FR: <keyword>
This will search the other language wikis for the matching keywords. Chat links also work.
/wiki GWW: <keyword>
This will search on the Guild Wars wiki for the matching keywords.
Emotes
Command
Chat message
Persistent
Sitting
Target someone
/beckon
{character} beckons.
/bow
{character} bows.
/cheer
{character} cheers.
/cower
{character} cowers.
/crossarms
{character} crosses their arms.
/cry
{character} is crying.
/dance
{character} is busting out some moves, some sweet dance moves.
/facepalm
/upset
{character} is upset.
/geargrind
{character} does the Gear Grind.
/kneel
{character} kneels.
/laugh
{character} laughs.
/no
{character} disagrees.
/paper
/rock
/scissors
{character} shows paper.
{character} shows rock.
{character} shows scissors.
/playdead
{character} is probably dead.
/point
{character} points.
/ponder
{character} ponders.
/rockout
{character} is rocking out!
/sad
{character} is sad.
/salute
{character} salutes.
/shiver
{character} is shivering.
/shiverplus
{character} is shivering.
/shrug
{character} shrugs.
/shuffle
{character} does the Inventory Shuffle.
/sit
{character} sits.
/sleep
{character} goes to sleep.
/step
{character} does the Dodge Step.
/stretch
{character} is stretching.
/surprised
{character} is surprised.
/talk
{character} is talking.
/thanks
/thank
/thx
/ty
{character} is grateful.
/threaten
{character} is threatening.
/wave
{character} waves.
/yes
{character} agrees.

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