Evercraft Command Guide | by: Uncle Vicster | version 0.9
   I. Introduction to Evercraft.
/sb on — This will toggle on your SuperBar. First things first. SuperBar allows you to see your coords, money, and more, all in one helpful HUD.
/sb off — Sometimes you might now want this on, such as during videos/screenshots.
/match — Join the queue for a 1v1 scrimmage PvP match. Do not do this if you have anything in your inventory because it will be deleted. The fight will begin with both players being fitted with Chain Armor and an Iron Sword. After the fight, the winner will get to keep an Iron Sword.
/kit — Make sure to grab the top one if it’s your first time playing Evercraft.
/mymoney — Shows you how poor you are. But don’t worry, some day you will be rich!
/mystatus — Shows your money as a percent of the total economy. Probably very small right now. More information may be queried by /mystatus in the future.
/pay <player> — Might as well start out with
/pay “Uncle Vicster” which brings me to a point about names with spaces. Always wrap them in quotation marks.
/seemoney <player> — Go ahead and have a look at
/seemoney “Uncle Vicster” and you will notice there are probably people that need money more than me.
/topmoney — Shows the top 5 largest bank accounts. To see additional pages type
/topmoney 2 and so on. /profile <player> — Shows a little information about a player, such as Name, Rank, Money, Faction, Date Started, and Last Seen Date.
/chpwd <old password> — Maybe you don’t think the password you set is secure. This prompts you to enter a new password, confirm the new password, and then saves your new password.
     II. Getting Around the Eververse.
/warp — Shows a list of all available warp destinations.
/warp <location> — Warps you to any of the available warp destinations.
/home bed — You set your home by sleeping in a bed. You warp back with this command.
/wild — Go to a random (and usually safe) set of coords.
/tpa <player> — Request that the indicated person allow you to teleport to them.
/tpahere <player> — Request that the indicated person teleport to you.
/tpaccept — Accepts another player’s /tpa or /tpahere request that was sent to you.
/tpdecline — Declines aforementioned request.
     III. Making Your Claim.
/landsell <here | land ID> — Sells the claim you are standing on (here) or that you indicate (land ID) for half of what you paid for it.
/startp — Begins the land purchasing process by setting the start point in the first corner you’ve chosen.
/endp — Continues the land purchasing process by setting the end point in the adjacent corner.
/land buy — Ends the land purchasing process by agreeing to pay the displayed amount for the land.
/land list <page> — Shows a list of land in the order that it was purchased.
/land here — Shows the land number and owner of the land that you are currently standing or flying over.
/land invite <land ID> <invitee> — Invites indicated player to indicated land.
/land invitee <land ID> — Shows the list of players that have been invited to the indicated land.
/land give <land ID> <player> — Give the indicated land to indicated player.
/land whose <keyword> —Queries a list of land claims.
     IV. Starting Your Own Itemcloud Inventory & Player Shops.
/itemcloud register — You MUST use this command before using the service.
/itemcloud upload <item ID/Name> <count> — Uploads indicated items into your account.
/itemcloud download <item ID/Name> <count> — Downloads indicated items from your account.
/itemcloud list — Shows the list of all items in your account.
/itemcloud count <item id> — Shows your item count of specific item.
/pshop create <item> <amount> <price> — Once you’ve done this you will be prompted to tap a sign. Make sure you have a sign ready with the proper description before you do this step. Tap the sign and your Player Shop will be created! Now your money account will be paid instantly when someone double taps your sign and the respective item that has sold will be removed from your ItemCloud.
     V. Starting or Joining Factions.
/f accept — Accept most recent pending Faction request.
/f create <name> — Create a faction.
/f del — Delete your faction.
/f promote <player> — Promote member to Officer.
/f demote <player> — Demote Officer to member.
/f deny — Deny pending faction request.
/f help — Shows a list of all Faction Commands in game.
/f info — Shows info about your Faction.
/f info <faction> — Shows info about indicated Faction.
/f invite <player> — Invite indicated player to your Faction.
/f kick <player> — Kick indicated player from your Faction.
/f leader <player> — Transfers leadership of your Faction to indicated player.
/f leave — Leaves your current Faction.
/f sethome — Set Faction Home.
/f home — Warp to your Faction Home.
/f unsethome — Unset your Faction Home.
/f ourmembers — Shows Members & Statuses.
/f ourofficers — Shows Officers & Statuses.
/f ourleader — Shows Leader & Status.
/f allies – Shows the Allies of your Faction.
/f desc – Allows you to quickly type your Faction Description.
/f allywith <faction> — Send an Ally request to indicated Faction.
/f breakalliancewith <faction> — Ends the Alliance with indicated Faction.
/f allyok — Accepts pending request for Alliance.
/f allyno — Denies pending request for Alliance.
/f allies <faction> — Shows the allies of indicated Faction.
/f membersof <faction> — Shows the Members of indicated Faction.
/f officersof <faction> — Shows the Officers of indicated Faction.
/f leaderof <faction> — Shows the Leader of indicated Faction.
/f say <mesage> — Preface messages with
/f say to send a Faction-only message that will not show up in server chat.
/f ac — Sets your chat to Allied Chat where what you communicate will not show up in server chat.
/f topfactions — Shows you a list of the Top Factions.
     VI. Pets!!!
/togglep all — Toggles your pet(s) on and off.
See Evercraft Pets Guide below for more information.
     VII. So You Think You’re a Bounty Hunter?
/bounty set — Set a Bounty on players head with a minimum amount of $10,000.
/bounty list — Shows a list of players with bounties on their heads.
/bounty del — Take your bounty off a players head.

Evercraft Pets Guide | by: Uncle Vicster | version 0.9

Introduction to the Pets Guide

This guide is not designed to tell anyone the stats, strength, experience rates, or growth rates of pets. It’s not to explain pet types, damage, speed, or battle strategy. This guide is made specifically to address how to keep your pets from getting lost and from dying and never respawning. Everything I know about keeping pets around will be included here and as I learn more, and the Pets plugin is updated, I will also update this guide.

  1. How To Lose Your Pets

I know of several ways to lose my pets. I also know how to keep them. To know how to keep your pets around you should first understand the ways in which they can get lost.

  1. If your pets die at Location A and then you move to location B before they respawn, your pets may be lost.
  2. If you try to mine with your pets, they may suffocate to death. If you continue mining and move far away before they respawn or if you /warp somewhere, your pets may be lost.
  3. If you /togglep all your pets off at Location A and then /warp or fly far away to Location B, your pets may be lost.
  4. If your pets get stuck underground, in a wall, or behind something, and you /warp far away, your pets may be lost.
  5. If you have two of the exact same type of pet and one or both die, one may be lost.
  1. How To Find Your Pets

If you have done one of the 5 things above, there are ways that you can “find” your pets. Try one of these before you request a MOD to respawn your pet for you.

  1. Go back to Location A and your pets should be there waiting for you and fly towards you as soon as you load that chunk. If that is not working, try “/togglep all” a couple times to see if that works. If not, ask a MOD to respawn your pets.
  2. Go back to your mine and as soon as you load the chunk where they suffocated they should swim through land faster than Chuck Norris and fly to you. If that is not working, try “/togglep all” a couple times to see if that works. If not, ask a MOD to respawn your pets.
  3. Check all the places you could have toggle your pets off at. Try your bed, your /f home, /f shop, and any other place you can think of. If you load the chunk you toggled them off at, they will fly to you. If not, ask a MOD to respawn your pets.
  4. If you know where your pets may have gotten stuck, go back to that location. If they are still stuck, fly away from them slowly in different directions and they will quickly “banjo” towards you and be unstuck. If still lost, ask a MOD to respawn your pets.
  5. You can have two of the same pets but it’s going to be a pain for you. If you must have two of the same, try having one a baby version. Baby pets can be purchased if you go to the Pet Shop, walk to the back, and climb down the ladder to the Baby Pet Store.

III. Best Practices to Keep Your Pets From Getting Lost

In conclusion, let’s look at ways to keep our pets from getting lost in the first place. I’ve managed to learn how to keep my two huge Ender Dragons around. You can keep your pets around if you learn how to apply these best practices.

  1. Keep track of your coordinates when you are fighting. It is likely that your pets will be killed in battle. You may have to go back and get them if they die in battle and you are chased off or killed yourself.
  2. Don’t mine with your pets. That’s just asking for problems. Before you mine, go to a location far away like “/warp shop” and “/togglep all” your pets off. Then /warp to your preferred mining location and your pets will be safely left behind. They will automatically respawn as soon as you go back to where you toggled them off, so keep that in mind. You will have to “/togglep all” twice to get them to toggle off again.
  3. If you are raiding or exploring far away, don’t toggle your pets off there and then warp home. They will be lost. I don’t explore with my pets on. I don’t do any espionage with my pets on. I leave them behind like when I’m mining. But when I’m ready to raid, I will toggle them off at the raid location and then hide until the fighting begins. Then I will toggle them on and fight. I’m always aware of my coordinates so that I can go back and get them if they die and I must leave before they respawn. I will have to go back and get them.
  4. If you have your pets on, don’t warp until you are sure they are hovering above you freely. Do you care about your pets? If you do, pay attention to them. Making sure they are hovering above you before you warp is a best practice that will keep you from losing your pets over and over.
  5. Don’t buy two of the same exact pet. As I’ve stated before, technically you can, but you may constantly lose one. Try having one adult and one baby version if you must have duplicate pets.
  6. Don’t /wild with your pets toggled on. That’s just asking for trouble. Toggle them off at /warp shop or /home bed and then go for it. And as always, before you /warp anywhere or /wild anywhere, check to see if your pets are hovering above you. If they are not there and they should be, backtrack and find them. If they are there and they aren’t supposed to be, go toggle them off where you want to leave them.

Pet behavior is very predictable if you understand this information. The resounding principle here is that if you are losing your pets a lot, you are actually just leaving them behind a lot. They will be lost in that chunk wishing their owner would come back within sight. They will wait there forever like Charmander, even if you are a terrible pet owner. If all else fails, have a MOD respawn your pets and try harder to pay attention to them so you don’t leave them behind anymore.