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Note: The term "Game Commands" is just a placeholder name.

Game Commands are commands that affect the player in Mineplex. They are present in both the lobby and a Game Wait Room.

List of Available Commands Edit

Intangible Commands Edit

These commands can only be accessed by typing in their code into the chat.

Mineplex is very strict about their commands. Any plugins that may reveal information about their server (such as plugins) is not allowed. /help, /plugins, /version or any of their aliases returns the "You are not allowed to use this command in-game, contact your server administrator"...

/taunt Edit

Activates the player's selected taunt.


/a Edit

When used, the command will send a message visible only to Staff members. Should be prinarily used for questions/concerns to staff members.

The command is:

  • /a <message>

/mps Edit

Opens the Mineplex Player Servers menu

/server (Server) Edit

  • No arguments: Tells you what server within the network you're currently in
  • Entering a server tag: Tries to connect the player to the requested server

/dm Edit

(Death Match) In Survival Games, as soon as a certain amount of time has elapsed or players remain, players can do /dm to teleport all players to the center of the map after 60 seconds.

/ping Edit

The /ping command functions as a connection measurement by responding with the phrase, "Chat> PONG!", whenever the command is executed. It is traditionally used to approximate a player's ms per ping, although not the most effective method. In most of the server's history, /ping as a bukkit feature was previously disabled (Unknown command) until it's release.

/tell Edit

The /tell command, when used with /tell [player], allows the use of private messaging. Players can also type /msg, /m, /r, or /w. You can also do /msg or /tell without a message for a random funny line.

/amplifier

The /amplifier command allows you to thank people who have set up an amplifier for a game. The command is:

  • /amplifier thank [game] - Thanks a play who has setup an amplifier for a game. Keep in mind the spaces are replaced with underscores ("_")

/friend Edit

The /friend command displays the friends you have, including their username and how long they've been offline. Having friends will let players teleport to each other's lobby with the click of a button, leading to easier party-ups (note that you will not be teleported if your target is on the US server and you are on the EU server, or vice versa). Players can also type in /f.

The commands are:

  • /friend [player] - Friend a player.
  • /unfriend [player] - Remove a friend from your friend's list.
  • /f <player> - Alias for /friend

/spec Edit

The /spec command allows you to change between player and spectator mode, and, if you are a spectator, to teleport to specific player.

The commands are:

  • /spec - Change between player and spectator mode. Disabled when a game is being played.
  • /spec [player] - Teleport to a player. Only allowed when being a spectator.
  • /spectator [player] - Alias for /spec [player]

/ignoreEdit

This command is used to ignore people.

The command is

  • /ignore [player]

Afterwards, the player's messages won't appear in chat. To access the list of your ignored played, do /ignore. You can then undelete someone by clicking the red "Delete" button next to their name

/report Edit

This command is used to report players in-game. It is only available to Titans and above. 

The command is:

  • /report [player] [reason]

After that, a GUI will pop up, letting you choose the offense (Gameplay Offenses, Chat Offenses or Client Offenses). After selecting one of those, the player will be successfuly reported, and a staff member should get notified soon.

Tangible Commands Edit

These commands can, along with being typed, be accessed by clicking their icon in your hotbar.

Game Menu Edit

Main article: Game Menu

Lobby Menu Edit

Main article: Lobby Menu

Return to Hub Command Edit

/hub

Main article: Return to Hub Command

Cosmetic Menu Edit

Main article: Cosmetics

/party Edit

The /party command allows you to party up with someone, as in create a group. Doing this will let both players join the same server, leading to gameplays with a friend. However, only leaders (the creator of the group) can choose which game to play. All attempts for other players to go to a different game are denied unless they leave the group. Note that both players need to be in the same lobby in order to party-up unless you type the player's full username.

The commands are:

  • /party [player] - Join a party, create a party, or invite a player to your party. Only leaders can invite, members of the party can suggest players to be invited.
  • /partyaccept [player] - Accept a party invite.
  • /partydeny [player] - Deny a party invite.
  • /party leave - Leave your current party.
  • /party kick [player] - Kick a player from your party.
  • /openinvitesmenu - See all of your party invites.
  • /p <user> - Alias for /party
Main article: Parties

Rule Book Edit

Main article: Rule Book

Statistics Edit

/stats

Main article: Statistics

Preferences Edit

/prefs

Main article: Preferences

Tracking Compass Edit

Main article: Tracking Compass

Host Server Edit

/mps

/hostserver

Main article: Mineplex Player Servers

Auto Join Edit

/gotonextbestgame

Communities Edit

/com

Main article: Communities

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