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[Tutorial][Network] How To Protect Areas

Well, this is something players ask a LOT, so, let's get started.

 

HIIPO PLOT SURVIVAL:

 

Run the command /plot auto for getting a plot.

 For adding players do /p helpers add <name of the player> 

PURE SURVIVAL:

 In Pure Survival, the proteccion system has two kind of blocks, lapis lazuli and redstone blocks.

 

FOR LAND PROTECTION:

 Go to spawn and search for a villager in a corner.

 Right-click it for opening it's GUI and put the emeralds in the space at the left side. 

 Take the lapis lazuli block.

 Place it where you want to protect.

 This block will only protect a 20x20 area.

ADDING PLAYERS TO LAND PROTECTION:

 Run the command /ps allow <name of the player you want to add>

FOR PVP PROTECTION:

 If you don't want players to hit you inside your protected zone then buy a redstone block at spawn at the  same villager.

 Place it where you want to PvP protect. This block has a 10x10 area, not a 20 block one.

 Now theres no PvP inside your base.

 WARNING: Place blocks WITHOUT SHIFTING/SNEAKING, OR IT WON'T WORK.

SPACE FACTIONS:

This game is based in factions, which must invade each others.

 FOR CREATING A FACTION:

 Run the command /f create <name of the faction>

 Then go to your base or area you want to protect and run /f claim o

 Keep in mind that other factions can unclaim that territory and have access to your chests and stuff.

 ADDING PLAYERS:

 Run the command /f i a <name of the player you want to add>

 Then the player must do /f join <your faction's name>

 Then /f rank <previous name> promote

 You can run the same command again for making that user an officer, which has more perms.

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Thanks Carajo a lot of people ask me how to protect. Now i just have to pass them the link.

Gj!

ah, yeah.

 

because, in fact, players who don't know to type /help ingame and to protect an area, absolutely will don't have the idea to search on forum, right in this section.

 

just sayin', but nice work, keep it with others tutorials.

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