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Basics

By pressing the "Enter" button, players can open up a text box where they can write messages to other players in the game. After typing a message and pressing "Enter" again, others will be able to read it.

For non-communication chat options, see Commands.

Channels

Chat has many different channels players can use to communicate.

  • /1 global chat is used to communicate with all players across Trove (players are still divided into channels which are not shown)
  • /2 world chat is seen only by people in your current World
  • /c# is used to chat with other members of clubs, with the # corresponding to the club's number in the player's roster. Players can press "P" to open their club roster. There are up to 5 club chats, but a 6th club chat can be shown if a player left a club with 5 clubs, but then joined another one (unknown if there can be more).
  • /whisper playername or /w playername will send a private message to a player that only they can read
  • /say or /s can be used to speak to only the people in close proximity in the world
  • /reply or /r will automatically create a reply to the person who last sent the player a message

Certain channels can only be accessed by entering /join channelname and pressing enter. These include trade, pricesa, st, sky, fishing, recipe, and adventure.

Shortcuts

Hitting TAB while in the chat box will cycle through the names of people the player has been chatting with to make replying to messages easier.

Using the UP ARROW in the chat box will bring up previously typed messages in reverse sent order.

Colors

Each chat number has its own color.

Colors

Name Colors

Players can obtain different name colors for fulfilling various requirements (often ranks in Leaderboards). They also appear above the player's head in the world.

  • The default name color is a slightly darker tone of the color the player is speaking in. (This appears as white in the world.)
  • A red name is granted to players when a Heart-a-Phone is used on them by a friend, and lasts 24 hours.
  • A yellow name is granted to the top 2,000 players in the Trove Mastery Rank leaderboard when the contest ends, and lasts for one week (until the next leaderboard reset). It takes priority over a red name.
  • An blue name is granted to the top 2,000 players in the Geode Mastery Rank leaderboard when the contest ends, and lasts for one week (until the next leaderboard reset). It takes priority over a red name.
  • A orange name is granted to the top 2,000 players in the Total Mastery Rank leaderboard when the contest ends, and lasts for one week (until the next leaderboard reset). It takes priority over a red name.
  • A purple name is granted to the top 100 players in the Ultra Daughter of the Moon kill speed leaderboard when the contest ends, and lasts for one week (until the next leaderboard reset). It takes priority over red, yellow, blue and orange names.
  • A green name is granted to developers.