Guild Wars 2 is a game with a lot of people in it. It is, afterall, an MMO. As such, there’s quite a lot of ways to interact with people. Shout, whisper, ban, kick; there’s a lot of options when it comes to other people. Rather than faff around with menus and clicking on things, increase your efficiency stats and start using commands instead.
How do you enter Guild Wars 2 commands?
It’s really simple to enter commands into Guild Wars 2. Just open the chat, and type in any command, prefixed with a forwards-slash. Then tap enter, and see the results in action. Make sure you type in the ‘/’ before any command though: without it, you’ll simply say the command in chat, and everyone else will see it.
Guild Wars 2 Chat Commands
/s or /say
Sends a message to everyone near your character.
Talk to Guild
/g or /guild
Sends a message to your guild.
Talk to Party
/p or /party
Sends a message to your party.
Talk to Squad
/d or /squad
Sends a message to your squad.
Talk to Team
/t or /team
Sends a message to your team in PvP, WvW, and Daily Activities.
/y or /yell
Sends a message to all players in your current Zone or City.
/w or /whisper
Sends a private message to a specific player.
/r or /reply
Sends a private message back to the last person who whispered you.
Guild Wars 2 Social Commands
Add to Friends
Adds a specified player to your contacts list.
Remove from Friends
Remove a specified player from your contacts list.
/block or /ignore <name>
Prevents the specified player from contacting you in any way.
/unblock or /unignore <name>
Removes a specified player from your block list.
Toggle Looking For Group
Turns on or off ‘Looking For Group’ feature.
Guild Wars 2 Group Commands
Invites a specified player to join your party.
Requests to join a specified player’s party.
/squad join <commander name>
Joins the squad of the specified commander player.
Leaves your current party of players.
Starts a vote to kick a player from your party.
Leaves your current squad of players.
Guild Wars 2 Queries Commands
Displays the amount of time in hours, minutes, and days you have played Guild Wars 2.
Drops a banner that will display your current PvP rank.
Drops a banner of a specified PvP rank (replace # with rank number). A rank banner of higher than your current level cannot be dropped.
Displays the amount of time your current character has died.
/help or /?
Displays the hints menu.
Displays the IP address of the server you are currently playing on.
/support or /bug
Displays the support menu.
Records a log of your position, which can be used to report a problem you have found.
Searches the Guild Wars 2 wiki for the term you have specified.
Opens the Guild Wars 2 wiki in your web browser.
Displays a Commander a list of supply carried by each member of your squad.
Displays the supply being carried by players near you.