<TT>say <anything> ...</TT>
Says <TT><anything></TT> out loud, so that everyone in the same room hears it. This is so commonly used that there's a special abbreviation for it: any command-line beginning with a double-quote (") is treated as a 'say' command.
Munchkin types this:
<TT>"This is a great MOO!</TT>
Munchkin sees this:
<TT>You say, "This is a great MOO!"</TT>
Others in the same room see this:
<TT>Munchkin says, "This is a great MOO!"</TT>
Despite the fact that this MOO understands HTML, you cannot use these tags to mark-up what you say. This is due to the fact that it was found that the users more often wanted to talk about HTML than use it while talking.
See also: ?emote?, ?communication?