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Last modified on Aug 28, 2020 in plugins
One of the most common seen features in Minecraft Servers is the character models that allow you to either open shops, teleport to worlds/gamemodes, or give you general server information. This is done through the CommandNPC plugin. CommandNPC is what allows the NPCs near spawn to open up the GUI (Graphical User Interface) when you right-click on them.
This plugin is essentially an add on to the Citizens plugin mentioned above and so the commands similarly use the /npc prefix. A list of commands can be found here.
Upon opening the CommandNPC folder in Multicraft there will be the commands.yml file, config.yml file, and language.yml file. The commands.yml file stores the set commands you have created or in this case, already exist in your server, the config.yml has basic plugin information and not much to edit, and the language.yml simply allows you to alter how you want prompts to appear on screen while using the plugin.
Learning how to install and use this plugin is fairly simple and we will be walking you through the process.
This plugin has a pretty straightforward usage profile. It is used to add commands that can be performed upon clicking on an NPC that has been created with the Citizens plugin. These commands can range from anything from informative commands to actually executing a command to change the server’s time and anything in between. Any command you’d like to hook to an NPC can be done using this plugin.
This plugin will only work if you have the citizens plugin installed and working
/npc cmdadd : Adds a command when you have an NPC selected /npc cmdinfo : Gets information about the NPC commands you can use /npc cmdremove : Removes any specific command that you’ve attached to an NPC /npc cmdset : Set the different variable for a command you’ve already attached to an NPC /npc cmdreset : Removes all commands attached to an NPC
More in depth command descriptions and their variables can be found via the link under the Basic Description area on this page.