The In-Game chat system is the main means of communication between players, and is also the only way a player can issue commands. Our In-Game chat system is quite intricate, with multiple channels, some local to your server, and some universal, meaning they reach all servers. Following is a list of both Universal and Local channels, their uses, and the commands to join and leave them.
- To join all chats do /join all
- To leave all chats do /leave all
- To leave one chat do /leave (chat)
- You can talk in one chat while another is set to your primary chat by doing /(chat) (message). Ex. /g is set to your main chat use /ot (message) to talk in Off-Topic for just that message.
- Chats can also be toggled with Interactive Chat
General: You can join General chat by using the command /g. This is your server's main chat, and is for anything game-related.
Local: You can join Local chat by using the command /l or /lc. This channel will limit what you say to only be visible to those within a 64 block radius of you.
Yell: You can join Yell chat by using the command /yell. This can be used to reach those within a 256 block horizontal radius of you.
Town: You can join Town chat by using the command /tc. This channel is limited to only members of your town.
Nation: You can join Nation chat by using the command /nc. This is limited to only members of your nation.
Plot Chat: You can enable this chat by using the command /plot chat. The chat is limited to the plot you are standing in. This chat is used on the Genesis plots.
Global: You can join Global chat by using the command /gl. Global chat is the network's main chat, and is used for anything game-related.
New: This is the default channel when you first join the network, and can be manually entered by using the command /new. The New channel is primarily for new players to request information and assistance.
OffTopic: You can join Off-Topic chat by using the command /ot. Off-Topic is for anything not Minecraft related, but is still moderated, and all chat rules still apply.
Help: You can join Help chat by using the command /h. Help chat is to request help for anything server related, such as, but not limited to, plugin questions, job questions, etc.
Market: You can join Market chat by using the command /mc. The Market channel is for buying/selling items or services (such as diamonds, or building).
Event: You can join Event chat by using the command /event. The Event channel is for advertising or discussing public events.
Veteran: You can join Veteran chat by using the command /vc. The Veteran channel is unlocked once a player hits the rank of Aetherseeker. This chat is used for general discussion amongst higher ranked players.
Recruit: You can join this chat by using the command /rc. The Recruitment chat is for recruiting for towns and nations.
Player Versus Player: You can join PvP chat by using the command /pvp. The PvP channel is used to discuss events happening in the PvP Arena.
Auction: You can join this chat by using the command /ac. Auction chat is for discussion in auctions.
Arena: You can join this chat by using the command /arena. Arena chat is for players who are participating or recruiting players to participate in Trident arenas.
Private messages help alleviate crowded chat channels.
- /msg (player) (message) - Privately message another individual on the server.
- /r (message) - Reply to the individual who messaged you last.
McMMO offers a cooperative system for players to work and communicate as a group. Party members cannot harm each other in pvp, they can teleport to one another, they have their own dedicated chat channel, and can be either public or password private. Party chat is a very useful system to facilitate private group chats.
MCMMMO Party Commands
- /party - Gives information about your current party.
- /party ? - Gives available party commands.
- /p - Toggles Party Chat.
More commands can be found at Party_System