Core

Commands


Some commands have arguments, there are 2 different argument types.
<argument> is a required argument, without this argument a command will return a error
[argument] is an optional argument, a command wil work fine without it.


/Broadcast

The broadcast command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
Both the console and player have the same command syntax

/broadcast <message>


/Clearchat

The clearchat command can only be executed by a player, the command syntax

/clearchat <message>


/Core

The core command is the plugin command, this command sends a message to the player with information about Core and about the author (me).
This command can be disabled in the config.yml


/Fly

The fly command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
The console has a slightly different syntax since it requires an argument while ingame it doesn't.

console: /fly <player>
player: /fly [player]


/Gamemode → /Gm

The gamemode command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
The console has a slightly different syntax since it requires an argument while ingame it isn't required.

console: /gamemode <gamemode> <player>
player: /gamemode <gamemode> [player]


/Ignore

The ignore command can only be executed by a player. This command will add your UUID to the ignore_data.yml and the ignored player's UUID is added to your config section.
You can unignore by running the same command again.


/Message → /Msg

The msg command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
When ran by the console it will use "Console" as sender.


/Teleport → /Tp

The teleport command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
The console has a slightly different syntax since it requires an additional argument.

console: /teleport <player> <target>
player: /teleport <player> [player]


/Time

The time command can be executed from the game itself or from the command line as console.
The console has a slightly different syntax since it requires an additional argument.

console: /time <time> <world>
player: /time <time>


/Tpa

The tpa command can only be executed by a player.
This command will send a teleport request to the mentioned player, this player will have X amount of time to either Accept the request or Deny the request else the request will expire.


/Tpaccept

The tpaccept command can only be executed by a player.
This command will accept the last teleport request a player got.


/Tpdeny

The tpdeny command can only be executed by a player.
This command will deny the last teleport request a player got.


/Vanish → /V

The vanish command can only be executed by a player.
This command is a little tricky since I added a lot of additional features to prevent abuse. when a player enters vanish a couple of things happen.


  1. Their inventory content is saved in memory and cleared.
  2. Their armor content is saved in memory and cleared.
  3. Their current location is saved in memory.
  4. Their current fly state is saved in memory.

When a player leaves vanish, their invetory and armor will be restored with the memory values, they will also be teleported back to the location where they entered vanish and their fly state is restored.


/Warp

The warp command can be only executed by a player. This command will teleport you to the mentioned warp IF exists.


/Setwarp

The setwarp command can only be executed by a player. This command will create a new warp location on your current location.


/Removewarp

The tpdeny command can be executed by a player. This command will remove the mentioned warp IF exists.