Player Handbook

Player Handbook

This is the player handbook, it contains just about every bit of information that you need in the server. It goes over everything from the servers custom items to commands such as warping. These tutorials are not perfect and may contain errors. Plugins break from time to time, if something in this tutorial notify an admin or make a post on the forums so they can address and fix the issue. This handbook is ever growing as the server expands and new plugins are added and old ones removed.

Plugin: Essentials


Warps are predefined locations which a player can travel to instantaneously. Warps are accessible to all players when they join our server. To access the list of available locations type /warp or /warps and left-click on the warp location you wish to go to. If you already know the name of the warp you want to go to you may use /warp [warpname] to go to that warp and avoid using the GUI.

Commands for players

/warp, /warps Opens Gui list
/warp [warp name], /warps [warpname] goes to warp

Commands for Admins & Mods

/delwarp [warpname] Deletes a warp
/setwarp [warpname] Creates a warp where you are standing


Homes are a way for a player to make a personal warp that is only accessible to themselves. Homes can be set anywhere by using /sethome [name], if you decide to not define a name for your home, essentials will call the new home “home”. You may go back to your home by using the command /home. If you want to have more than one home you must define a name, and use /home [homename] to go to the new home. By default all players have a maximum of 3 homes. Every three ranks a player will be granted with 1 additional home. At the max rank “Emperor” you will have 11 total homes available to you.

Commands for players

/sethome [homename] creates a home
/delhome [homename] removes the home
/home [homename] teleports players to their home

Commands for Admins & Mods

/homes [playername] lists the homes of a player
/delhome [playername] [homename] deletes another player’s home


Minecraft is meant to be played as a group, and with a map that spans infinitely it can be hard to find your friends. Teleporting gives the player the ability to teleport to another player instantly. This can be done in 2 different ways; If you want to teleport to another player use the /tpa [playername], or if you want to teleport another player to you use /tpahere [playername]. The player that receives the teleportation request must use /tpaccept to accept the request, or they may deny the request by using /tpdeny. If you don’t want to be bothered by other players you can use /tptoggle to automatically reject teleportation requests. Finally if you are unable to send a teleportation request use /tpacancel to flush your teleport request Que.

Commands for players

/tpa [playername] Sends a request to teleport to a player
/tpahere [playername] Teleports a player to you
/tpaccept accepts a teleportation request
/tpdeny Denies a teleportation request
/tptoggle prevents players from sending you requests
/tpacancel Cancels all teleportation requests

Commands for Admins & Mods

/tp [playername] Teleports you to a player
/tphere [playername] Teleports a player to you
/tpo [playername] Teleports you to a player that has teleporting disabled
/tpohere [playername] /td> Teleports a player to you that has teleporting disabled
/tptoggle [playername] changes a players teleportation status
/tppos [X] [Y] [Z] [yaw] [pitch] [world] Teleports you to coordinates, Yaw, Pitch, and World are optional
/tpaall sends a teleport request to all players
/tpall Forces everyone to teleport


Teleporting around a lot can be a pain sometimes, as you may not want to lose where you are within a cave or you might be in some part of the world you think is interesting when someone sends you a teleport request or if you need quickly get back to your home. A player can use /back to go back to the last location before you teleported. This command can be finicky at times and may not bring you back where you expected.

Commands for players

/back Brings you back


Money talks. Sometimes players may not want to trade items for items but might would rather be paid money for their items instead. By default all players are given $3,000. Players may check their balance anytime by using /bal. Money can be made in many different ways which will be listed further in this tutorial. If you wish to pay someone you may use the command /pay [playername] [amount] to pay the player money. You can also sell certain items directly to the server using the /sell command.

Commands for players

/bal, /balance Checks how much money you have.
/baltop, /balancetop Shows the top wallets on the server
/pay Pays a player out of your wallet
/sell Sells an item

Commands for Admins & Mods

/eco [give,take,set,reset] [player] Gives, takes, sets, or resets players money


Chatting in the server is pretty basic but sometimes you don’t want the entire world to see your conversations. Many of the plugins in the server contain their own version of a private chat, generally meant for a specific purpose. Essentials gives you the ability send private messages and private mail. To start a new private conversation you would use the command /msg [playername]. After a player receives a message they may use either /r or /msg [playername] to reply to the message. /r only replies to the last person who sent you a message. If the person you want to send a message to and they are not online you can use the /mail send [toperson] [message] and they will receive the message the next time they sign into the server. As you progress through the ranks you will unlock the ability to use color in your chat as well as “special effects.”

Commands for players

/msg [player] [message] Sends a player a message.
/r Replies to the last player to send you a message.
/mail send [player] [message] Sends an offline player a message.
/mail read Reads a message.
/mail clear Clears a message.
/me Removes the “:” in chat, used for creepy role playing.
/msgtoggle Toggles if you receive private messages or not.
/ignore Ignores a player.
/nick, /nickname Changes you’re in game name, unlocked via rank.

Commands for Admins & Mods

/mute Prevents a player from using any form of chat.
/socialspy [playername] Listens into a player’s private chat.
/msgtoggle [playername] Toggles if another player can receive messages or not.


An assortment of useful commands.

Commands for players

/afk Sets you “AFK” removed as soon as you move.
/trash Opens a trash GUI, THIS CANNOT BE UNDONE.
/ci Clears your inventory, THIS CANNOT BE UNDONE.
/condense Converts items into block to take up less inventory space.
/help Gives you a list of help commands and other commands.
/helpop Messages admins.
/motd Displayes the servers motd.
/near Lists who’s nearby you.
/seen [playername] Shows when a player was last seen on the server.
/realname Displays a players real username when a player is using a nickname.
/rules Shows the servers rules.


Coming soon.

Plugin: Towny

Towny gives you the ability to start your own town. When a town is created it will protect the region within a 16x16 region, the region expands 100% vertically. They mayor, usually the person who started the town, can invite friends to join the town, expand the town, buy and sell plots as well. If two towns or more were to get into a disagreement they may go to war with each other. During a war a town can be destroyed.

Starting a Town

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Chunk Grid

To start a town you first must find a chunk to start your town in. In order to see chunks press F3+G. If done correctly you should see a yellow grid acting as the border of the chunk you are standing in. If you are happy with the chunk you are standing in and want your town to start inside that chunk use this command, /town new [townname] . You will become mayor of the town upon creation.

Commands for players

/town new [townname] Starts a town
/town delete Deletes your town.

Commands for Admins & Mods

/town delete [townname] Deletes a town

Inviting Players to your Town

Obviously you can’t have a town without residents, as the mayor you can invite your friends to your town very simply using /town add [player]. The player will get a request to join the town. The recipient of the request must use the command /Taccept to accept and /Tdeny to deny the request. Alternatively if you have a bad player in your town, you can use /town kick [player] to remove them from your town.

Commands for players

/town add [player]. Invites player to town.
/Taccept Accepts town request.
/Tdeny Denies town request.
/town kick [player] Removes player from your town.

Town Permissions

As the mayor of your town you can set the permissions within your town. Permissions are what determine what your residents can do within your town’s borders. Permissions in towny are divided into 3 sections, permissions for the entire town as a hole, permissions for a specific plot, and then permissions a resident themselves can place. Each of these have 3 different categories r, a, and o.

r - friend/resident, resident is used for town permissions friend is used for plot permissions.
a - ally, if your town is part of a nation, this category sets what your town’s allies can do in your town or plot
o = outsider, this category applies to people that don’t belong to your town or nation, only applies to town permissions

By default the town uses these permissions, Build = r--, Destroy = r--, Switch = r—Item = r Explosions off, Fires pread off, Mob Spawn off, and pvp on. You can views these at any time by using the command /town. So by default only residents of your town can build, destroy, use a switch, and use items within your towns boundaries, as well as explosions, fire spread, and mob spawning is disabled. If you are a mayor and to change a permissions you can by using the command /town set perm [category] [permission] [on/off]. For example

/town set perm resident build off --- using this command will prevent a resident from building.

You can also change permissions on a per plot/chunk basis. You can do so by going to the plot you want to change the permission off you would use the same command as you would for the town except replace town with plot. So you would use the command /plot set perm [category] [permission] [on/off]. For example

/plot set perm resident destroy off --- this would set the permission for the only the plot you are standing in.

You can also change permissions on a per plot/chunk basis. You can do so by going to the plot you want to change the permission off you would use the same command as you would for the town except replace town with plot. So you would use the command /plot set perm [category] [permission] [on/off]. For example

/resident set perm resident destroy off

Commands for players

/town set perm [category] [permission] [on/off] Changes a permissions in your town.
command /plot set perm [category] [permission] [on/off] Changes a plots permission in your town.
/resident set perm [category] [permission] [on/off] Changes the permission inside a plot you own

Friends List

As a resident you can create a friends list. Friends are used to give your friends certain permissions while on a plot of land that you own. Friends can be someone from your town or an outsider. People on your friends list will override the town’s outsider permissions while they are on a plot that you allow your friends to have permission to. To add a friend use the command /resident friend add [player], if the player is offline use /resident friend add+ [player]. If you want to remove a friend from your friend list, use the command /resident friend remove [player], if the player you want to remove is offline use the command command /resident friend remove+ [player]. You can also remove everyone from your friends list by using the command /resident friend clearlist. There is currently no way to see your friends list so try and keep track and be careful.

Commands for players

/resident friend add [player] Adds an online player to your friends list.
/resident friend add+ [player] Adds an offline player to your friends list.
/resident friend remove [player] Removes an online player from your friends list.
/resident friend remove+ [player] Removes an offline player from your friends list.
/resident friend clearlist Removes all players from your friends list..


Ranks in towny are a form of hierarchy within your town. The available ranks are assistant, helper, vip & sherrif. Each one has their own special permissions within the town

Available Ranks

Assistants Are tax exempted, can claim land for the town, add players to the town, and use any of the /plot commands, can toggle the towns public status, grant other residents the VIP rank, Grant other residents to the helper rank. If an assistant kills an outlaw they will be sent to the town’s jail.
Helper Gives the user the ability to use all switches within the town.
VIP User can fly within the town.
Sheriff Can send a resident to jail and when killing out laws they will be sent to jail.

Commands for players

/town rank add [resident] [rank] Sets a players rank

Expanding town

When you start your town your town is only 1 chunk. One chunk is only 16x16, which isn’t that large and you will outgrow it very quickly. By default a town with 1 resident you can claim up to 4 plots. Every additional player will add 4 more. You can also purchase more town blocks if you run out of available plot slots. To claim a new plot use the command /town claim. If you are unhappy with your claim you can use /town unclaim to unclaim the plot. You will not receive a refund for the money spent but you will free up a claim slot. The world also may regenerate after uncalming. Claims must be adjacent to your towns other claims. If you don’t want add more players to your town to gain more plots you can purchase more by using the command /town buy bonus [amount].

What if you want to claim a plot away from your town? You can create an outpost. Outposts are remote locations away from the town, they cost more money and take a claim slot but are useful if you are trying to get exclusive access to a particular part of land away from your town. You can also then expand your outpost by using the /town claim command in an adjacent plot of land.

Commands for players

/town claim Claims the chunk you are standing in for your town.
/town unclaim Unclaims the chunk you are standing in.
/town claim outpost Creates an outpost. A claim away from your town.
/town buy bonus [amount]. Purchases more plots slots for your town.


Sometimes you might have an issue within your town that might require you to put a player in a time out instead of contact an admin or mod. Mayors, assistants, and sheriffs can jail these players and also make outlaw players. If you are a Mayor or an assistant you can set the towns jail. Jails take up an entire plot. In order to set a jail use the command /plot set jail, then go to the location you want a jailed resident to spawn in when they are jailed. Use the command /town set jail. To jail a resident use the command /town toggle jail [jailnumber] [resident] in example.

/town toggle jail 1 resident --- For jail number use 1 unless you have more than 1 jail plot.

What if the player is not part of your town and they’re causing issues. Well you can make them an outlaw. An outlaw if killed while in the town they are outlawed from will be jailed in the town’s jail. To make a player an outlaw use the command /town outlaw add [player] to remove the outlaw status of player simply use the command /town outlaw remove [player]. You can also see a towns outlaw list by using the command /town outlawlist [townname].

Commands for players

/plot set jail Sets a plot to a Jail plot
/town toggle jail [jailnumber] [resident] Puts a resident in jail
/town outlaw add [player] Makes a player an outlaw.
/town outlaw remove [player] Removes a player from being an outlaw in your town
/town outlawlist [townname] Displays a towns list of outlaws


You’re town and another town might start to get along and become friends, but neither town wants to remove their town to join another one, you can always create a nation. Nation is great way to massively expand your town and a great way to build allies. Additionally, you can become a bigger nation with another nation.

To create a nation use the command /nation new [nationname] then to add a town to your nation use the command /nation add [town]. The mayor of the town the request was sent to will have to accept or deny the request to join the nation. If you are wanting to add another nation to your nation use the command /nation ally add [nationname]. In this case the king of the nation will have to accept or deny the request to become allies.

You can also remove a town from your nation by using the command /nation remove [town]. You can stop being allies with another nation by using the command /nation ally remove [nation] Your nation and another kings nation might not get along with eachother in that case you would want to use the command /nation enemy add [nation] to mark the nation as your enemy. You can become neutral with them again by using the command /nation enemy remove [nation].

If you are a king of a nation you get assign ranks to residents of your nation by using the command /nation rank add [resident] [rank]. There are 2 ranks available at the nation level, a helper and an assistant. An assistant works in much the same way as the assistant in the town level. The helper is able to add towns to the nation.

As your nation expands the upkeep for your nation and town increases. You can help keep up with expenses by setting a daily tax that all of the other towns in the nation have to pay. You can do this by using the command /nation set taxes [amount]. If a town is unable to pay for the tax they will be removed from the nation. Don’t forget to add money to your nation’s bank so it can pay for the upkeep! Use the command /nation deposit [amount].

Commands for players

/nation new [nationname] Creates a new nation.
/nation delete Deletes your town.
/nation add [town] add a town to your nation.
/nation remove [townname] Removes a town from your nation.
/nation delete Deletes your nation.
/nation ally add [nationname] Makes another nation an ally with your nation.
/nation ally remove [nation] Stop being allies with another nation.
/nation enemy add [nation] Marks another nations as an enemy nation.
/nation enemy remove [nation] Stop being enemies with another nation.
/nation set taxes [amount] Sets the taxes for the town
/nation deposit [amount] Deposits money into towns bank.

Towny Misc

Commands for players

/towny map Shows you a map in of the neat by area.
/town Displays the town information.
/plot perm HUD Gives you the town information of where you are standing in a scoreboard.
/plot info Gives you information of the plot you are standing in.

Plugin: LWC Chest Protection

LWC is a lightweight plugin that is used to lock chests and prevents other players from accessing your items. If you wish to make a chest private you would use the command /cprivate then punch the chest, if you want to make the chest public you would use the command /cpublic then punch the chest. You can also make a chest a donation chest, items that are inserted by other players cannot be removed. You can do this by using the command /cdonation then punch the chest. You can also remove any permissions to the chest by using the command /cremove then punch the chest. There might be situations where you want to remove all the LWC protections belonging to you, you can do this by using the command /cremoveall.

Sometimes you might want to make a chest private by a password so that way only people that know your chests password can access them. In order to ass a password to chest you must first remove any current permissions on the chest. You can do this by using the command /cremove than punch the chest. Next you would use the command /cpassword [password] then enter the password to the chest. In order for you or someone else to now access the chest you need to first open the chest and LWC will now ask you for a password, you input the password using the command /cunlock [password].

*note* you must use /cremove on a chest in order for a hopper to work!

Commands for players

/cprivate Makes a chest private.
/cpublic Makes a chest public.
/cdonation Makes a donation chest.
/cremove Removes all permissions on a chest.
/cremoveall Removes all your chests permissions.

Adding Passwords

1. /cremove Chest needs all permissions removed to add a password.
2. /cpassword [password] Adds a password to the chest.
3. /cunlock [password] Used to unlock the chest.

Plugin: Fair Trade

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FairTrade GUI
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FairTrade in use

There are many different way to trade on our server, but the easiest way to trade and not have to worry about being scammed by another player is to use the FairTrade plugin. FairTrade is a GUI based trading system. Using the Trading system is very simple and easy, in order to trade a player must be in a 10 block radius of you, use the command /trade [player] they will be notified that they have a request. In order to accept the request type /accept.

A GUI will appear, the GUI is divided into 2 sections and has a button in the middle. The 2 sections are divided with two glass panes, the left side are items you are offering to trade and the right hand side are the items the other player wants to trade with you.

Add the items you want to trade to the left hand side and the opposing player will do the same, when you are satisfied with the trade press on the book & quill and your items will be traded. When you press accept the red pane will turn into green pane indicated you are ok with the trade. You can click this again if you change your mind about the trade. Once both players have readied the trade, the trade will process and you will have successfully traded the items.

Due note that when a transaction is completed it is given an id, if you feel you were scammed in a trade or if something weird happened during a trade be sure to write down the id and notify an admin on the server or on the forums as they can view the log and help you resolve an issue. Contact Timmie124 if you lose the trade ID.

Commands for players

/trade [player] Sends a trade request to player if they’re in a 10 block radius.
/accept Accepts the trade request.

Commands for Admins & Mods

/tradelog [id] Shows a GUI receipt of the trade that took place. Dividing panes do not appear in this GUI so use your imagination.

Plugin: ezAuctions

Another form of trading on the server is using one of the auction systems. ezAuctions is the best way to auction off items in the server if there are other players currently playing. If you don’t know what an auction is, an auction is where an item is placed up for sell, and other players can bid on the item for a certain period of time. The highest bid at the end of the timer is the winner of the auction and the winning player is given the item. Any item on the server can be put up for auction.

Starting an auction is very easy, first you need to put the item you want to add to auction in your hand, then you would use the command /auction start [amount] [price] [increment] [autobuy] [time]. If you want to sell all of the items of the same type in your hand use “all” and it will put all the items of the same type for auction. Increment is the minimum amount you bid, for example if a starting price of an item if 10, and the increment is 5, each bid at minimum will increase by 5. Autobuy is an optional parameter. Time is not used on our server, all auctions will last 60 seconds. Auctions cost $10 to start and winnings are taxed 2.5%.

Biding on an auction is easy, you can use the command /bid [amount]. If you leave amount empty your bid will only increase by the increment amount. If an auction has a buyout price you would use the command /bid [buyoutprice] and you will automatically when the auction.

If you start an auction and change your mind about selling the item you can always cancel the auction before the time is up by using the command /auction cancel. In some cases you might start an auction while another auction is running, these auctions will be added to a que, if you want to remove an auction from the que you can use the command /auction remove.

Sometimes players might be auctioning a custom item, an item with enchantments, items that have more than one value, stones, and woods. These items in the chat may not appear as the correct item, for example you might be selling granite but in the chat the item will appear as stone. You can reveal what the item really is and all its details by hovering over the item name in the chat with your mouse. You can also type /auction info to display the info of the current auction again if it disappears from chat.

The ezAuction system can be rather spammy and can be very distracting at times, especially when you are trying to chat with other players and aren’t interested in buying anything. Luckily you have a couple of tools available to you that let you either ignore the auctions completely, particular players, or just ignore bids and anti-snipe messages. If you want to hide all auctions from being displayed in chat use the command, /auction ignore. If a certain player is spaming the auction system you can ignore a specific player by using the command, /auction ingnoreplayer [player]. Lastly if you want to ignore bids and the anti-snipe spam but still want to see when something goes up for auction you can use the command /auction spam. Repeat any of these commands to undo them.

Commands for players

/auction start [amount] [price] [increment] [autobuy] [time] Starts an auction or adds auction to que.
/bid Bids on an auction.
/auction cancel Cancels an auction that is currently in progress.
/auction remove Removes an auction that in que.
/auction ignore Stops you ezAuctions from displaying in your chat.
/auction ignoreplayer Ignores a specific players auctions.
/auction spam Stops bid and anti-snip messages.
/auction info Displays what’s currently for auction.

Commands for Admins & Mods

/auction impound Shows a GUI receipt of the trade that took place. Dividing panes do not appear in this GUI so use your imagination.
/auction disable Disables auctions from starting.
/auction enable Enables auctions to start.

Plugin: Crazy Auctions Auction House

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Crazy Auction GUI

Crazy Auctions on our server is an alternative to ezAuctions that lets players have multiple items for auction and for sell. The plugin provides you a GUI interface that lets you view what items are for sell and for auction, it can break down the items into categories and also lets you view your items that are for sell or auction, as well as the ability to see you’re canceled or expired item history. There is also a button that will switch between auctions and items for sale.

If you are wanting to sell an item in the Crazy Auctions’ Auction house you would first put the item you want to sell into your hand then you would use the command /ca sell [price] [amount]. You can also put an item up for auction, you can do this by using the command /ca bid [price] [amount]. The minimum selling and bidding price is $10, and the quantity can range from 1-64. You can have up to 10 items up for sell. Items for sell and for auction will stay in the auction house for 2 days unless you cancel the items.

Everything besides starting an auction and putting an item for sell is done through the GUI interface. To open the auction house GUI you would use the command /ah

This is the auction GUI, the first items you see on the GUI are items that are for sell, the bottom row are controls that will help you navigate throughout the Auction House GUI. Hover over the buttons to find out what each button does, everything is pretty self-explanatory. To cancel an item, view your items that are for sale & auction and just click on the item and it will be canceled. Canceled and expired items must be redeemed through the GUI, just click on the item and it will be returned to your inventory.

Commands for players

/ah Opens the auction house menu.
/ca sell [price] [amount] Puts an item up for sale in the auction house
/ca bid [price] [amount]. Puts an item up for auction in the auction house

Plugin: Chestshop

Chest shops are a great way for players to create their own shops. These shops are capable of both buying and selling items. Creating a shop is very simple, it requires 2 items, a sign and a chest. You can use a single or a double chest.

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Where to place a sign.

Place a chest and then add a sign in anywhere in a 1 block radius of the chest.

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Sign Examples

When you place the sign, leave the first line blank. The second line is how many of the item you receive per purchase or per sale. The third line of the sign is the price of them item. The B indicates how much it costs to buy an item, and the S indicates how much you will purchase the item for. You separate the two values with a “:” If you want to take donations are giveaway an item for free, instead of using a price use the word “free”. You don’t have to combine buying and selling. On the bottom line add a “?” or the item name that you want to use. If you used the item name then your shop is ready! If you used the “?” then you need to punch the sign with the item that you wish to sell. To delete the store simply break the sign.

Plugin: Area Shop

Areashops can be found in spawn region in located in the “bazaar”, you can go there by using the command /warp Bazaar, or selecting it through the warp gui. Areashops provide a centeralized area where players can setup shops to sell there items. The sign indicates the weekly price of owning a shop. To rent a shop just left click the sign, you can now customize the shop anyway you want, you can build and destroy and even change out the floors if you wish. To add time to shop just left click the sign and a weeks’ time will be added.

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Click the text to close a shop

To cancel the shop sneak + punch the sign and click the link that is provided in chat and it will cancel and give you a prorated refund of your shop.

Plugin: Jobs

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Jobs Gui

Now that you know how to make shops, trade items, and create auctions, you’re probably wondering how you get more money. Well you can get a job. Jobs are a very easy way to make money by just playing the game. When you first join the server get can join 1 job, it’s recommended that your first job is a miner, or a digger, as it will be the fastest way to generate more money. Every 3 ranks you will gain a new job slot.

If you are wanting to get a job use the command /jobs browse. A GUI will appear and display all of the currently available jobs. If you left click on one of the items in the GUI it will take you to a new GUI that shows the jobs details. Once you find a job you want to join Right-Click on the item that represents the job you want to join and you will able to join the job. You can also talk to any of the NPC in the spawn Village.

Over time your jobs will level up, you will start to get more experience and more money as you do your job. Making the repetitive tasks you perform a great way to build up your bank!

You might find yourself not liking a job you joined and want to leave it for something else. This can be done by using the command /jobs leave [job]. When you leave a job, any experienced and levels gained will be lost so use with caution.

Jobs have daily quests that will grant you extra experiences. Bonuses that boost the entire servers experience and income will be available for purchase coming soon…

Commands for players

/jobs browse Opens jobs GUI.
/jobs join [job] Joins a job.
/jobs leave [job] Leaves a job.
/jobs leaveall Leaves all the jobs.
/jobs info [job] Displays the jobs info in the chat .
/jobs stats [player] Gives you the stats of another player.
/jobs top Displays the top jobs stats.

Plugin: mcMMO

mcMMO gives players stats that increase as you play. It gives you special abilities that can be used by right click while using a tool or a weapon. Some Items such as an axe can have multiple abilities, the axe can ability can be used as a tool on a tree, or as a very strong weapon against an enemy.

To see a Scoreboard with all of all your stats, you can use the command /mcmmo stats. If you want to find more details about a certain stat use the command /[statname].

mcMMO provides a party system. Parties will share XP and will have their own private chat channel. Party members can also teleport to each other without using a teleport request. The Parties are persistent and will remain until you leave the party. Even after the server restarting, reloading, or if you logoff.

mcMMO levels can be purchased, trading of mcMMO levels is coming soon. You can repair an item without losing enchantments at level 1000.

Commands for players

/mctop Shows the top player stats.
/mcstats Displays your stats.
/inspect [playername] Shows another players stats.
/[statname] Shows you info about a stat.
/party Shows the party info .
/party create [partyname] [password] Creates a party, password is optional.
/party join [player] [password] Joins a party.
/party invite [player] Invites a player to join your party.
/party accept [player] Accepts a party invite.
/party password [password] Sets the password of your party.
/party kick [player] Kicks a player out of your party.
/party owner [player] Sets the party owner.
/party expshare [none/equal] Sets the XP sharing mode.
/party lock Locks the party.
/party unlock Unlocks the party.

Plugin: Mythic Mobs

Mythic mobs are our server’s custom mobs, they are scattered throughout the world. They drop divine items which are extremely valuable weapons that can be used in quests and dungeons to defeat the stronger enemies. Mythic mobs can be identified by their custom name tag that floats above them. Some of them have abilities, extra health, speed amour, and so on. Eventually the Mobs will have custom skins when we start to implement mob disguise.

As things progress we will create a monster wiki indicated what different mobs can do, their armor types and damage as well.

Plugin: divine items

Divine items are our server’s custom items. They add a major RPG aspect to our server. Divine items are drops that can be found from quest, and Mythic mobs. Divine items include, Amor, tools, and weapons. Each item is unique and is broken into 5 different tiers. These items have their own attributes that can be enhanced by, enchants, gems, abilities, and runes or even repaired. These can also be upgraded by using resolve and magic dust. There are also item sets items that are when combined will get extra bonuses. You may also find scrolls that give you enhancements for a period of time.

Divine items lore divineitems_tiers_lore.png
a Divine Item example


There are currently 5 different tiers available. They are listed in order from worst to best. The way these items behave is subject to change over time.

Available Tiers

1. Broken
2. Mended
3. Scratched
4. Perfect
5. GodLike

Divine gems lore divineitems_gems_lore.png
Gem Lore Example


Divine items Gems Icon divineitems_gems.png

Gems increase the stat listed that’s lasted in the items lore. Gems consist of several parts, the item the will work on, the Gems level the gems success rate and finally the stats that it effects.

There are currently 5 Gems available

1. Flawed Emerald For swords and axes, increase critical damage.
2. Flawless Emerald For swords and axes, increase critical damage, and critical change.
3. Flawless Diamond For Weapons, increases PVP damage, and PVE damage.
4. Gold Nugget For armor, increase dodge and accuracy rate
5. Flawless Sapphire For armor, increases PVP defense, and PVE defense

Divine Enchants lore divineitems_enchants_lore.png
Enchants Lore Example


Divine items enchantments Icon divineitems_enchants.png

Enchants work very much the same was vanilla Minecraft enchantments, except they are handled using slots. Enchantments consists of a level, the type of item they apply to, their success rate, and finally in the description includes what the enchantment is how t applies.

Divine runes lore divineitems_runes_lore.png


Divine items runes Icon divineitems_runes.png

Runes give your weapons the enhancement’s or better of that a beacon would give you. Runes consist of a Level, the type of item they apply to success rate, and finally in the description the enhancement that gets added.

Divine gems lore divineitems_ability_lore.png
Ability Lore Example


Divine items Ability Icon divineitem_ability.png

Some Tools or weapons will have abilities slots. These slots can be filled by using an Ability Crystal on them. If you hover your cursor over an Ability Crystals it will display what key the crystal applies to, if you have to use sneak to use it or not, as well as its success rate to applying to the item or tool. It will also display the abilities description and whether or not if it can be applied to certain items.

Current available abilities:

1. Icesnake Creates an ice snake that will hurt all the enemies that touch it.
2. Volley Launches 4 arrows in a row from your weapon.
3. Hellfire Launches a fireball .
4. Healwind Restores your health.


The minecraft durability does not apply to Divine items, they use their own durability. Some items are also unbreakable. When an item is close to breaking you will get a warning in chat. These items must be repaired using repair dust. This may change in the future. Be sure to check the items lore periodically to check its remaining durability so you don’t break the item.

Divine Abyss Dust lore divineitems_AbyssDust_lore.png
Abyss Dust Lore Example

Abyss Dust:

Divine items Abyss Dust Icon divineitems_abyssdust.png

Sometimes you might add something to the slot of your item you wish you hadn’t or maybe you found a better item to try and put into the slot. This is where Abyss Dust comes in, Abyss destroys an item that is in the listed slot. There are currently 5 types of Abyss Dust available.

Current available abilities:

1. Abyss Dust Soulbound (souldbound is disabled on the server).
2. Abyss Dust Applies to Gem.
3. Abyss Dust Applies to Enchant.
4. Abyss Dust Applies to Rune.
5. Abyss Dust Applies to Ability.

Divine Repair Gems lore divineitems_repairgem_lore.png
Repair Gems Lore Example

Repair Gems:

Divine items Repair Gems Icon divineitems_repairgem.png

Repair gems are used to repair divine items. They consist of 2 parts, a level, and the amount of durability they repair. Each level increase the durability by 10%.

Divine Unidentified Items lore divineitems_identify_lore.png
Unidentified Items Lore Example

Unidentified Items:

Divine items  Unidentified Items Icon divineitems_identify.png

Sometimes you might find an item that is Unidentified. You can reveal what these items are by using an identity tome on them. The identify tomes consist of 1 part, the tier of item they reveal.

Divine Magic Dust lore divineitems_magicdust_lore.png
Magic Dustt Lore Example

Magic Dust:

Divine items Magic Dust Icon divineitems_magicdust.png

Magic dust is used to increase the success increase the success rate of items that apply to slots. There are currently 5 types of magic dust available. Magic dust consists of 2 parts, its level and its effects.

Current available Magic Dusts:

1. Ability Dust
2. Universal Dust
3. Enchant Dust
4. Gem Dust
5. Rune Dust

Divine Consumables lore divineitems_consumables_lore.png
Consumables Lore Example


Divine items  Consumables Icon divineitems_consumables.png

Consumable items are items that can only be used once. They can do a variety of things, anything from giving you more health and abilities all the way to tiered item crates. These items can only be used once. Warning they can be placed on the ground, when they are placed on the ground they will not perform their effect nor will they work if they are picked back up. Consumables will always consist of something different be sure to read their description. Some Consumables also have their own recipes. That list will be available soon.

Divine Consumables lore divineitems_upgradekits_lore.png
Upgrade Kits Lore Example

Upgrade Kits:

Divine items  Upgrade kits Icon divineitems_upgradekits.png

Upgrade Kits are a type of consumable that when used will give you an item of the same tier of the upgrade kit.

Divine Consumables lore divineitems_upgradekits_trader.png
Upgrade Trader at spawn

You can collect upgrade Kits and trade at the upgrades trader at spawn for better tiers upgrade Kits.


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Plugin: Quests

[TSC] is an RPG server and as such the server has quests the player can perform. Quests are tasks given to the player that can reward the player with XP, mcMMO XP, give items, and many other rewards

To see a list of available quests use the command /quests list, this will present you list of the available quest. If you want to start a quest use the command /quests take [quest] this will start the quest. In order to find out what you need to do use the command /quest it will display your current quest and what you are supposed to do. If you are doing more than one quest you can use the command /quests journal. You will be given a book and it will detail your current quests in the books text.

Quests can be found using the list command, but a lot of the quests require you to return to the NPC which they were supposed to start form. You can find these NPCs by looking for the NPCs that emit note sprites (currently not working). You can visit the quest portion of the website to find details of the quest and where to start or look for the quest on the servers map by looking for the star mark. Divine Consumables lore quests1.png If you need to leave a quest use the command /quests quit [quest]

Commands for players

/quest Displays the plugins help menu and lists the available commands to you.
/quest [quest] Shows a quests info.
/quests Lists your current quests and objective.
/quests list Lists the quest available to you.
/quests take [quest] Starts a quest.
/quest quit [quest] Stops quest
/quests journal Gives you your quest journal, use again to put it away.
/quests stats Shows you your questing stats.

Plugin: Ranks

This server has a rank system, your rank is displayed when you chat and also in the player menu. Ranks will grant you new permissions and abilities on the server. You can view what each rank gives you on the command page. There is currently 1 rank tree, and second rank tree on the way. You can view a list of ranks in game by using the command /ranks, when you want to rank up use the command /rankup and follow the instructions on the GUI. Each rank has its own time and money requirement.

Main rank tree

  1. [Vagrant]
    • Default rank no requirements
  2. [Vagabond]
    • price: $1,000
    • Time: TBA
  3. [Serf]
    • price: $2,500
    • Time: TBA
  4. [Cottar]
    • price: $5,000
    • Time: TBA
  5. [Bordar]
    • price: $7,500
    • Time: TBA
  6. [Villein]
    • price: $10,000
    • Time: TBA
  7. [Freeman]
    • price: $12,500
    • Time: TBA
  8. [Yeoman]
    • price: $15,000
    • Time: TBA
  9. [Franklin]
    • price: $20,000
    • Time: TBA
  10. [Gentry]
    • price: $30,000
    • Time: TBA
  11. [Esquire]
    • price: $35,000
    • Time: TBA
  12. [Lord]
    • price: $37,000
    • Time: TBA
  13. [Mesne Lord]
    • price: $40,000
    • Time: TBA
  14. [Tenant Chief]
    • price: $50,000
    • Time: TBA
  15. [Paramount]
    • price: $60,000
    • Time: TBA
  16. [Knight]
    • price: $100,000
    • Time: TBA
  17. [Baronet]
    • price: $150,000
    • Time: TBA
  18. [Baron]
    • price: $175,000
    • Time: TBA
  19. [Chieftain]
    • price: $200,000
    • Time: TBA
  20. [Viscount]
    • price: $220,000
    • Time: TBA
  21. [Count]
    • price: $250,000
    • Time: TBA
  22. [Duke]
    • price: $300,000
    • Time: TBA
  23. [Grand Duke]
    • price: $500,000
    • Time: TBA
  24. [Prince]
    • price: $750,000
    • Time: TBA
  25. [Arch Duke]
    • price: $1,000,000
    • Time: TBA
  26. [King]
    • price: $1,125,000
    • Time: TBA
  27. [Emperor]
    • price: $1,750,000
    • Time: TBA