Commands: Anti-Griefing System

Jan 27, 2017
Commands: Anti-Griefing System
  • The Anti-Griefing System brought with it several new Commands to help protect players' builds and to allow them to manage block-breaking permissions. See the previous link for its full functionality, including relevant Player Settings.

    Parameters in "[ ]" are optional, while parameters in "< >" are required


    Anti-Grief System Commands(top)


    • /buildmode [on|off|true|false]
      • Enables or disables build mode.
      • If a value is not provided, it toggles the current state.
      • Any blocks you place in the Frontier (Wild/Nether/End) (NOT Wastelands/Town) are protected in build mode.
    • /noprotectmode [on|off|true|false]
      • Will ensure no placed blocks are protected.
      • This can only be used in the Frontier.
    • /vouch <for> [on behalf of]
      • Gives the player (for; C) permission to break the on behalf of a player's (A) blocks.
      • Vouches expire after 30 minutes.
      • Vouches expire instantly if the on behalf of player comes online.
      • If on behalf of player (A) is not provided, the person who used the command is used (B).
      • Mods can vouch on behalf of anyone if there is a valid reason.
      • Players can only vouch on behalf of their friends.
      • Players cannot vouch on behalf of a friend if that friend is currently online.
    • /unvouch <for> [on behalf of]
      • Removes your vouch on the for the player mentioned to break the on behalf of player's blocks.
    • /gr blockbreak [on|off]
      • This is only usable when you are the leader of a group.
      • Toggles whether or not members of a group are able to break the protected blocks of other group members. It can also be turned on or off to force a certain mode.
    • /gr buildmode
      • Only usable when you are the leader of a group.
      • Toggles whether or not all group members will be able to break any protected block(s) that were placed by other group members. The ability to break those protected blocks remains active even after the player(s) have left the group.
    • /ps -> Anti Grief section
      • Allow Group Members - controls whether or not the group blockbreak setting works for you. If the value is false, group members cannot break your blocks even if group blockbreak is set to true.
      • Allow Friends - controls whether or not your friends can break your protected blocks.
      • Allow Friends To Vouch - controls whether or not your friends can vouch for people to be able to break your blocks when you are offline.
    • /f blockbreak <name> [on|off|auto]
      • Toggles whether or not that specific friend is able to break your blocks.
      • Overrides the player setting "Allow Friends."
      • Using no argument, or "auto," will reset it to its default behavior, which is to use the value specified using /ps.
    • /f vouch <name> [on|off|auto]
      • Toggles whether or not that specific friend is able to vouch for you.
      • Overrides the player setting "Allow Friends To Vouch."
      • Using no argument, or "auto," will reset it to default behavior, which is to use the value specified using /ps.

    Staff only Commands for moderation duties(top)

    • /clearblockprotection [filterWhoToRemove]
      • Used by Moderators and by higher ranks
      • Upon confirmation, it removes the protection of the blocks that are currently in your WorldEdit selection.
      • Include an optional player name to only clear a certain player's protected blocks
    • /listprotection [filterListToOnlyPlayer]
      • Used by Moderators and by higher ranks
      • Lists the protected blocks in your WorldEdit selection. The number in parenthesis after each block name is the amount of that block.
      • Include an optional player name to only show a certain player's protected blocks
    • /addprotection <owner> [overwrite]
      • Used by Senior Staff members and members of higher ranks
      • Set the owner of blocks. Unless overwrite is passed in as true, it will not change the owner of existing blocks.
    The Empire has simple Commands for all of its features, starting with /assist for the basics.

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