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Commands(Default)

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*This is a work in progress*

Due to the amount of commands available to the public from the very first second they join, commands are seperated in groups.
Please take the time to read them incase your question may already be answered.

Legend:
1. Home Related
2. Claim Related
3. Small miscellaneous commands
4. Economy related
5. Jobs
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Re: Commands(Default)

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Home Related Commands:

Basic commands:
- /sethome
- /home
- /delhome

/sethome
The sethome command allows you to set homes and properly name them: /sethome <name>.
By default you are allowed to set one home, which can be expanded using /bcr and /buy.

/home
The home command allows a player to return to a home they set previously using /sethome.
If only one home is set, the home command will return to that home, incase the user has 2 or more homes, they must use /home <name>

/delhome
The delhome(short for delete home) allows a player to delete a home.
This command ONLY works if the user has more than one home as the one home is by default already set.
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Claim related commands

Basic claim commands:
- /(container)trust
- /claim
- /claiminfo
- /abandonclaim(Alias: removeclaim)
- /abandonallclaims
- /untrust
- /cuboid

/claim
Unlike conventional claim commands, /claim on bearcraft enables/disables the claim system.
It works similar to the familiar claiming tool(explained later) to claim a piece of land.

/claiminfo
The claiminfo command allows any user to see settings and information about a claim.
This menu is interactive and may ease the use of commands overall.

/(container)trust
The trust command allows the claims owner/manager to add players to their plot to allow them to do certain things.
Things such as access doors, build on their plot, access chests and manage who may do something at all.

/untrust
The untrust command is the opposite of a /trust command.
If you don't want someone to have build/container/access trust on your claim you can use this command to revoke those permissions.

/abandon(all)claim(s)
The abandonclaim command is useful to remove a claim previously made and will remove all data of the claim.
The /abandonallclaims will remove ALL claims owned by the user of the command.
These actions are irreversible so please use them with caution!

Bearcraft uses a non standard(griefprevention) type claiming system allowing more options than previously available.
For instance:

With the new claim system a player may claim a place(basic claim) turn it into a town claim and create basic/sub claims inside these town sized claims.
These subclaims may be rented out to other players for a (set) period or even sold.

To sell/rent a spot simply place a sign and put in the following:

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rent/sell
<amount><time> (I.e: 100d = 100 dollars)
(length of time)(i.e: 30d = 30 days)
After confirming the sign will change if done correctly for the amount and optionally days set.

/cuboid
With the new system you can create "3d" claims.
These claim types have a cuboid figure and a limit range, basically a box.
You can define the size using different Y(height) values along with X and Z.

These are not ALL claim commands available but these are the more important commands you should know when creating a claim.
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/vote
The /vote command will take you to the voting section where you can vote for diamonds, cash and other things.
These also help the server.

/dp
When enough votes have crossed the server, a Drop Party will start.
To join you must use /dp and all "drops" will go straight to your inventory.

/rtp
The rtp(randomteleport) command allows the user to randomly teleport in the main overworld.

/spawn
Brings you back to spawn
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Economy Related Commands:

/pay
The pay command allows the user to pay other players.
The minimum amount must be 100 as to avoid spamming "/pay <player> 0.01"
It's also possible to use /pay * 100 which will pay everyone online or until you run out of money if you have less than the amount online.

/bal(top)|money
The bal(ance) command will return the amount of money the player has total.
The baltop command lists every user ever joined from lowest amount to highest amount.(1 having the most).
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Jobs Related Commands:

In this section i'm covering SUBcommands.
The main command being: /jobs
Anything after this is a subcommand.

browse
The /jobs browse command opens up a Gui which shows every available job currently existing on the server.
When you found a job you like you can "left click" to get more information on the jobs mechanics.
Right click will (if less than 2 jobs) join the job.

stats
The stats command returs the level of all the jobs you are part of.
It may return more than the current jobs you are actively a part of if you joined previous jobs.

leave
The leave command allows you to leave a job if you either maxed it out, want a different one or other.
The join command allows you to join a job.

top
The top command allows you to see the top players in the given job name.
To see the overal/global job levels of all players you may use /jobs gtop.
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