Command : Junk.
Format : junk <object>,
junk all [object] [in] [env/environment|inv/inventory|object]
Junking an object will destroy it forever. Pretty useful, huh? It
is considered good etiquette to junk corpses after killing monsters, so as
not to leave piles of junk taking up memory.
Junk all object gets rid of all that type of object, e.g. swords or
shields. Junk all env junks everything in your environment. Junk all inv
junks everything in your inventory. Junk all just junks everything. The in
keyword is used to make clear that you're trying to junk something in a
container( e.g. a chest or backpack), it's optional for the env and inv
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