Commands let you perform actions from anywhere on the server. To use a command, just type it in-game, and press Enter.
|/Player <player>||Learn about a player.|
|/Realm <realm>||Learn about a realm/nation.|
|/Help||Access server help in-game.|
|/Map||Open the online Live Map.|
|/Revival||Get our custom Resource Pack, Revival.|
Fast Travel Commands
|/Spawn||Return to the server spawn (City of Intwil, Waramon).|
|/TP <player>||Teleport to another player. The player must approve. Max distance 750 blocks.|
|/TPHere <players…>||Teleport one or more players to you. Each player must approve. Max distance 750 blocks.|
|/Last||Return to the last Warpstone you activated.|
|/Home||Return to your home Warpstone, if set.|
|/SetHome||Sets the next Warpstone you activate as your home.|
Run this command, then activate a Warpstone.
Bonus tip: Hold a compass to see how far you are from spawn, your home Warpstone, your last Warpstone, as well as the nearest Warpstone.
|/Msg <player> <message…>||Send a private message to a player.|
|/Msg realm <message…>||Send a private message to your realm.|
|/Msg admins <message…>||Send a private message to server admins.|
|/AFK [message…]||Tell others you are away-from-keyboard, with an optional message.|
|/Discord||Get an invite to our Discord server.|
These commands require you to be the leader/officer of a realm.
If your realm has sub-realms, you can use these commands with any of them. Just specify the name of the realm.
|/Realm <realm>||Learn about a realm.|
|/Realm <realm> AddOfficer/RemoveOfficer <player>||Adds or removes a player as an officer/leader. Officers can use these commands, and issue orders to NPCs.|
WARNING: Only add players you trust as officers. They will have the ability to remove you.
|/Realm <realm> invite <players…>||Invite players to your realm.|
Note that players may only be in a single realm at a time.
|/Realm <realm> kick <players…>||Remove players from your realm. They will lose their name colour and title.|
This will not physically remove them from your towns.
|/Realm <realm> title <player> <new title…>||Sets the title for a player. Titles appear on front of names, and may contain spaces and colour codes.|
Titles have no effect on gameplay or privileges, and are purely for roleplaying.