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"Recent" players Commands/Abilities
« on: October 30, 2012, 09:42:15 AM »

As a "Recent" ranked player you are given few commands and abilities, this is to build a trust with the server before given access to more dangerous commands.
You will be a "Recent" till you have been playing actively on the server for a period of 10 hours of in game time.

"Recent" ranked players have these abilities:
They may create Lift elevators.
They may use the Color Portals they have access to, but are unable to create them.

"Recent" ranked players have these commands:
/AFK - This command tells the server and other players that you are not playing the game right now, but you'll be back.

/Getpos - This command allows you to see your coordinates in the world.

/Help - This command allows you to see all the commands you have available to you.

/Home - This command allows you to warp to the location that you set your home.

/Ignore (username) - This command allows you to ignore a user that is bothering you, effectively stopping you from seeing their chat or receiving teleport requests from them.

/ItemDB - This command will show you the official name, durability left, and item number of the item your currently holding.

/List - This command allows you to see the current members online, it's an alternitive to holding down the TAB key.

/Me (action) - This command does emotes, such as "/me waves" will show up in chat as *Scorp_poison waves*

/Msg (Name) (message) - This command will send a private message that will only be seen by the person's name you put in.

/Rules - This command displays the rules of the server, just in case you forgot after reading them on this forum.  ;)

/Seen (name) - This command allows you to see when the last time a player logged in, if they were banned, and for what reason.

/Suicide - This command allows you to kill yourself. Not sure why you'd want to, but it is an option.  :D

/Spawn - This command allows you to teleport to the initial spawn area of your rank.

/Sethome - This command allows you to set your home for the /home command.

/Tpa (name) - This command allows you to to send a teleport request to a player, for you to go to that player.

/Tpaccept - This command allows you to accept a teleport request from a player.

/Tpahere (name) - This command allows you to to send a teleport request to a player, for that player to come to you.

/Tpdeny - This command allows you to reject a teleport request from a player.

/Tptoggle - This command allows you to toggle tp requests on or off. this with block all requests sent to you.

/Warp (name) - This command allows you to warp to a location you know the name of.

Griefer Protection Commands
/AbandonClaim - Deletes the claim you're standing in.

/AbandonAllClaims - Deletes all of your claims.

/AccessTrust (name) - Gives a player permission to use your buttons, levers, and beds. (/at)

/BasicClaims - Puts your shovel back in basic claims mode. (/bc)

/ContainerTrust (name) - Gives a player permission to use your buttons, levers, beds, crafting gear, containers, and animals. (/ct)

/PermissionTrust (name) - Grants a player permission to share his permission level with others. (/pt)

/SubdivideClaims - Switches your shovel to subdivision mode, so you can subdivide your claims. (/sc)

/Trust (name) - Gives another player permission to edit in your claim.   (/t)

/TrustList    - Lists the permissions for the claim you're standing in.

/UnTrust (name) - Revokes any permissions granted to a player in your claim. (/ut)

/Untrust All - Removes all permissions for all players in your claim.

Player Time V2:
/Playtime - This command allows you to see how long you've played on the server.

/Playtime <Player> - This command allows you to see how long a player has played on the server.

/Playtimedeath - This command allows you to see how long you've played after your most recent death.

/Playtimedeath <Player> - This command allows you to see how long a player has played after their most recent death.

/Playtimetop - This command allows you to see the top ten players with the longest play time.

/Playtimetop <value> - This command allows you to see the top custom number of players with the longest play time.
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