Commands reference

Every command is configurable, you can change it into whatever you want by editing last options of config.yml and messages.yml.

By default, every command is based on a permission that is given only to operators by default.
So you must setup permissions before start to using them.


Command /party

/party is the main command of Parties, if you want to use that command without any sub-command you must have parties.user.help permission set.

Structure of the command: /party <sub command> [arguments]

Global commands

Sub-command Permission Description Default on Usable by console
help [page] parties.user.help Show help pages Yes Yes
accept [party/player] parties.user.accept Accept a party request Yes No
ask [party] parties.user.ask Send a join request Yes No
chat [on/off] parties.user.chat Toggle on/off to directly send messages in party chat Yes No
close [party] parties.user.close Close the party No Yes
color <color> parties.user.color Change the party color No No
create [name] parties.user.create Create a new party Yes No
createfixed <name> parties.user.admin.create.fixed Create a new fixed party No Yes
debug bungeecord parties.admin.debug Show some debug info about bungeecord sync No Yes
debug config parties.admin.debug Show some debug info about config Yes Yes
debug exp parties.admin.debug Show some debug info about exp Yes Yes
debug party [party] parties.admin.debug Show some debug info about the party Yes Yes
debug player [player] parties.admin.debug Show some debug info about the player Yes Yes
delete <party> parties.admin.delete Delete the party Yes Yes
delete <party> [silent] parties.admin.delete.silent Delete the party silently Yes Yes
deny parties.user.deny Deny a party request Yes No
desc <new desc/remove> parties.user.desc Set/remove description of the party No No
follow [on/off] parties.user.follow Toggle on/off the follow leader feature No No
home parties.user.home Teleport to your party home No No
home [party] parties.admin.home.others Teleport to the party home No No
ignore [party] parties.user.ignore Add/remove/show ignore parties Yes No
info parties.user.info Show information of your party Yes No
info [party] parties.user.info.others Show information of another party information Yes Yes
invite <player> parties.user.invite Invite a player into your party Yes No
join <party> [password] parties.user.join Join into a party with the given password No No
join <party> parties.admin.join.bypass Join into a party without type the password No No
kick <player> parties.user.kick Kick the player from your party Yes No
kick <player> parties.admin.kick.others Kick the player from his party Yes Yes
leave parties.user.leave Leave the party Yes No
list [page] parties.user.list List of online parties No Yes
motd <new motd/remove> parties.user.motd Set/remove the party motd No No
mute [on/off] parties.user.mute Toggle on/off party notifications No No
nickname <player> [nickname/remove] parties.user.nickname Set/remove member nickname No Yes
open [party] parties.user.open Open the party No Yes
password <new password/remove> parties.user.password Set/change the password of your party No No
protection [on/off] parties.user.protection Toggle friendly fire protection No No
rank <player> <new rank> parties.user.rank Change the player rank, must be into your party Yes No
rank <player> <new rank> parties.admin.rank.others Change the player rank Yes Yes
reload parties.admin.reload Reload Parties configuration files Yes Yes
rename <new name> parties.user.rename Rename your party Yes No
rename [party] <new name> parties.admin.rename.others Rename the party Yes Yes
sethome [remove] parties.user.sethome Set/remove party home No No
spy [on/off] parties.admin.spy Toggle on/off spy so you can see all party messages Yes No
tag <new tag/remove> parties.user.tag Set/remove the party tag No No
teleport parties.user.teleport Teleport your party members to you No No
version parties.admin.version Show Parties information Yes Yes

Bukkit/Spigot only commands

Sub-command Permission Description Default on Usable by console
claim <permission> parties.user.claim Grant the permission to the GriefDefender/GriefPrevention claim that you are standing on No No
confirm - Confirm the command, used with Vault support No No

Command /p

/p is the command used to send a message to the party, if you want to use that command you must have the parties.user.sendmessage permission set.

Structure of the command: /p <message>

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