Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by sgx2000, Dec 9, 2012.
does EMC use them at all?
It would be a good idea, for example greeting messages as you enter a particular part of a res.
The thread is done lol. But alas no, they are a creative only item, and you actually have to be in creative in order to use them.That, and it would say those greeting to the whole server.
that sounds like a good way to use them
You can adjust the radius in which it can be heard.
Okay then, and would you plan on adjusting that?
Then only people within a particular radius of the block will hear it. (r=)
I don't think so, too much room for abuse.
ICC could sell them via shop? Again this is all hypothetical.
Okay, quoting it at you a few times isn't helping.You have to be in creative mode and op in order to use them.
Ah I forgot you needed op.
Well, considering you could give yourself XP, no. Also it is a creative only item, which makes it kind of like bedrock.
or the sponge =)
you can gamemode yourself, spawn anything, give yourself anything, tp to anyone, and just about everything else.these are not needed, if you want a greeting for a certain part of a res, im sure it isnt all that much trouble to ask aikar or justin about it.
I believe they could write a plugin that allows you to only use command blocks ina 60x60 radius and only for greeting messages so then they could not be abused Edit: 60x60 and underSince they aren't craftable you should be able to buy them at a high price at emc stores or moderator stores a a extreme rarity also make them usable on survival
I was just curious, I didn't even know what they were until tonight. Still unsure of what all they do really.
Command Blocks are like a wild Aikar.You can tame them and then program them and make then do whatever you want.Wait Did I just kinda say mods are slaves? If you think I did I really Didn't. It just came out wrong.
Unless Aikar completely re-coded the command blocks they would never be acceptable... They can do anything an op can and more.
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