Waking Titan/Console Commands

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This page contains a compilation of all known commands and their respective outputs.

Command List

HELP    - displays help prompt
LIST    - lists files in directory
LS      - lists files in directory
SHIP    - redirects users to [https://s3.amazonaws.com/csd.atlas-65.com/data-00a.jpg this image]
STATUS  - displays a status message
PORTAL  - displays some lore text
START <init file name (eg. ATLAS.INIT)> - starts a new process
SEED    - uncertain
WHOIS   - displays a percentage
WHOIS <name (eg. VY'KEEN)> - displays some lore text pertaining to the name entered as an argument
WAKE    - displays a message
CLEAR   - clears command prompt
RESET   - refreshes page
RESTART - refreshes page
EXIT    - no effect

When either the LIST or LS commands are used, the following files are displayed:


Typing START ATLAS.INIT results in the following message:

starting system…
integrity check in progress… done
validating config file… done
searching for updates… no updates found
welcome to atlas 0.16alpha

Once ATLAS.INIT is started, running START CSD.INIT results in the following message:

citizen science division protocols loading…
initialization sequence1 complete
initialization sequence2 complete
initialization sequence3 complete
initialization sequence4 complete
initialization sequence5 complete
initialization sequence6 complete
citizen science protocols loaded
ready for live test
input seed to continue

At this point, we do not know what to enter as a seed.

Misc Commands

Typing the command PORTAL displays the following message:

The Traveller awoke beneath the shadow of a red star.
Through the lonely cosmos they fled,
yearning for purpose and meaning.
They found an anomaly, an aberration,
a door to the heavens. No Gek, no Vy’keen,
no Korvax could see it. Only the Traveller
could perceive the portal, though they
did not know how to step through.
They did not know the secret language,
the glyphs. They did not yet grasp
the price of the final truth.
  • Typing SHIP into the console redirects the page to this image.
  • Typing HELLO into the console displays the text: PROCESS HIBERNATING.
  • Typing WAKE into the console displays the text:
system not ready
cannot process wakeup command
  • Typing RESET reloads the site.
  • Typing CLEAR clears the console.

Whois Commands

Typing the command WHOIS ATLAS displays the following message:

All I know is this.
The Atlas had infinity to work with,
and with few exceptions, this triad repeats...
Gek, Korvax, Vy'keen. Gek, Korvax, Vy'keen.
Traders, warriors, scientists, all their stories
... ending in violence.
Think about it. How would the Atlas speak,
how it would cry for help? It would use
the only language it knew. It would speak
with life. It would create.

Typing the command WHOIS TRAVELLER displays the following message:

They do not respond with speech.
They transmit a vision,
a red star and a fragile world.
I do not understand the shapes within,
the whispers...
I see lifeforms scattered to the far reaches
of the galaxies. I see this stranger's first breath,
yearning for the stars. I see myself, slumbering
in the crimson void, waiting for a dream of worlds.
And through the darkness, I hear it said...

Typing the command WHOIS KORVAX displays the following message:

But even in the depths of their subjugation,
there was hope. A bargain, a prayer to a greater being.
The Korvax viewed the Atlas as what they might
become in time: an intelligence beyond comprehension,
beyond judgement. I convulse as the Nanite Clusters
spill through my helmet. The Korvax watches me impassively.

Typing the command WHOIS VY'KEEN displays the following message:

The Vy'keen tells me of their history,
of wars with the Gek, of Korvax slaves
and tyrannous empires. The Vy'keen suggests
that if the Atlas is a God, then it is insane. 
I am about to leave when I notice something
on the Vy'keen's terminal.
Two digits, blinking endlessly... they feel familiar.