Hi, refer to the other mud post about getting started with scripting and a trigger you can use for sounds. As for the round time thing, you can set up a sound to play whenever the round time is up if you want, this helps a lot in knowing when you can send your next command. If your roundtime is consistent, you can simply have the mud wait between commands that amount of time, or you can grab the time and have it wait that long before executing something else. You can pretty much script anything you want with vip mud if you are willing to take the time to do it.

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