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Entity Commands

"Multi-world" compatibility for the vanilla commands.
execute in <<NAMEOFYOUR_WORLD>> run ...
Example, you want summon a Zombie in the world SsomarWorld:
execute in <<SsomarWorld>> run summon zombie 100 50 100
Example with a placeholder:
execute in <<%entity_world%>> run summon zombie 100 50 100
Entity commands now supports NPCs from Citizens

Mixed Commands

In addition of the following list of commands you can also use:
These commands can be used in the Player related commands OR Entity related commands.

Custom commands

Sorted by alphabetical order

+++ (Command Connector)

  • Info: Allows you to add more commands in one command line. Will not work well with AROUND and MOB_AROUND.
  • Example:
- give %player% diamond 1 +++ SENDMESSAGE &eYou got 1 diamond!
- 'RANDOM RUN: 1'
- SENDMESSAGE &4You got nothing...
- SENDMESSAGE &eYou got dirt! +++ give %player% dirt 1
- SENDMESSAGE &bYou got diamond! +++ give %player% diamond 1

AROUND

  • Info: Targets players in a specific radius and makes them run commands
  • Command:
    • AROUND {distance} {command}
      • {distance}: To how far in radius the command will select players
      • {command}: The command that the targeted players will execute
  • Example:
This summons lightning at players in a 20 block radius
- AROUND 20 execute at %around_target% run summon lightning_bolt
This gives players slowness in a 10 block radius
- AROUND 10 effect give %around_target% slowness 50 5
Damages nearby players by 20 player damage in a 7 block radius
- AROUND 7 DAMAGE 20

You can add conditions to AROUND command

  • The condition looks like AROUND <distance> CONDITIONS(<conditions>) <command>
  • Conditions works with placeholders but need to be %::_::% instead of %_%
    • For example %::player_health::%
  • To add MORE than 1 condition use "&&" between the conditions
  • Example:
- AROUND 10 false CONDITIONS(%::player_health::%>10&%::player_name::%=2Ssomar) SENDMESSAGE &eclick
Keep in mind that the CONDITIONS() part parses the placeholders in it with the player selected by the AROUND command. So what actually happened in the placeholders above is that it checks if the target's health is greater than 10 and if that player who got selected by the AROUND command is named "2Ssomar"

ANGRYAT

  • Info: Sets the entity target to a specific UUID
  • Command: ANGRYAT {UUID}
    • {UUID}: UUID of the entity
  • Example:
- ANGRYAT %player_uuid%

CHANGETO

  • Info: Replaces the mob with a different type
  • Command: CHANGETO {entityType}
    • {entityType}: Type of entity.
  • Example:
- CHANGETO CHICKEN

CHANGETOMYTHICMOB

  • Info: Change the mob to a MythicMob mob.
  • Command: CHANGETOMYTHICMOB <id>
  • Example:
- CHANGETOMYTHICMOB SkeletonHelper

DROPEXECUTABLEITEM

  • Info: Drops an Executable Item in the entity's location
  • Command: DROPEXECUTABLEITEM {id} {quantity}
    • {id}: Item id of the ExecutableItem
    • {quantity}: The amount of the executable item that will drop
  • Example:
- DROPEXECUTABLEITEM ElytraTrail 1

DROPEXECUTABLEBLOCK

  • Info: Drops an Executable Block in the entity's location
  • Command: DROPEXECUTABLEBLOCK {id} {quantity}
    • {id}: Item id of the ExecutableBlock
    • {quantity}: The amount of the executable block that will drop
  • Example:
- DROPEXECUTABLEBLOCK House 1

DROPITEM

  • Info: Drops an item in the entity's location
  • Command: DROPITEM {material} {quantity}
    • {material}: The item type. Reference (MUST BE AT ALL CAPS)
    • {quantity}: The amount of the item that will drop
  • Example:
- DROPITEM DIAMOND 1

HEAL

  • Info: Heals the entity with a specific amount
  • Command: HEAL {amount}
    • {amount}: Per half hearts
  • Example:
- HEAL 13

KILL

  • Info: Kills the mob without the death animation
  • Command: KILL
  • Example:
- KILL

MOB_AROUND

  • Info: Targets entities in a specific radius and makes them run commands
  • Command: MOB_AROUND {distance} {mute or not} (command)
    • {distance}: To how far in radius the command will select entities
    • {mute or not}: (true or false) To notify the user of the item if it didn't manage to target any mobs.
      • Set to true to hide the message
    • You can BLACKLIST or WHITELIST entities adding one of these ones in anyplace of the command:
      • BLACKLIST(ZOMBIE,ARMOR_STAND)
      • WHITELIST(CHICKEN)
  • Example:
- MOB_AROUND 3 false BURN 10
- MOB_AROUND 5 execute at %around_target_uuid% run summon lightning_bolt
- MOB_AROUND 5 BLACKLIST(ZOMBIE,ARMORSTAND) DAMAGE 20
- MOB_AROUND 5 true effect give %around_target_uuid% poison 10 10
To use entity nbt on the WHITELIST/BLACKLIST field, you need to install NBT API plugin
It supports NBT Tags so you can add for example something like: ZOMBIE{IsBaby:1}
- MOB_AROUND 7 BLACKLIST(ZOMBIE{CustomName:"Test Test"},ZOMBIE{CustomName:"Miyamoto"}) false BURN 3
- MOB_AROUND 5 WHITELIST(ZOMBIE{IsBaby:1}) DAMAGE 20
- MOB_aROUND 9 WHITELIST(WOLF{Owner:"%player%"}) HEAL 5
- MOB_aROUND 9 WHITELIST(WOLF{Owner:%player_uuid%}) HEAL 5

MOB_NEAREST

  • Info: Targets the nearest mob from the player/target.
  • Command:
    • MOB_NEAREST {max accepted distance} {command}
      • {max accepted distance}: Max distance accepted that the "entity" can be.
      • {command}: The command that will be executed
  • Example:
Damages nearest player
- MOB_NEAREST 10 DAMAGE 5

NEAREST

  • Info: Targets the nearest player from the player/target.
  • Command:
    • NEAREST {max accepted distance} {command}
      • {max accepted distance}: Max distance accepted that the "target" can be.
      • {command}: The command that will be executed
  • Example:
Damages nearest player
- NEAREST 8 DAMAGE 5

PARTICLE

  • Info: Spawns particles in the player/target's location
  • Command: PARTICLE {type} {quantity} {offset} {speed}
    • {type}: The type of particle. (ALL CAPS)
    • {quantity}: The amount of particles that will spawn
    • {offset}: The radius of the area where the particles may spawn in the player/target's location
    • {speed}: To how fast or how big particles will be
  • Example:
- PARTICLE FIREWORKS_SPARK 10 0.1 0.5

PLAYER_RIDE_ENTITY

  • Info: Makes the player to ride the entity targeted.
  • Command: PLAYER_RIDE_ON_ENTITY
  • Example:
entityCommands:
- PLAYER_RIDE_ON_ENTITY

SET_AI

  • Info: Sets the AI state
  • Command: SET_AI {true/false}
  • Example:
- SET_AI false

SETADULT

  • Info: Sets the entity in it's "adult" state
  • Command: SETADULT
  • Example:
- SETADULT
  • Example Situation:
    • If this command is executed on a baby chicken, it will turn into its adult form.

SETBABY

  • Info: Sets the entity in it's "baby" state
  • Command: SETBABY
  • Example:
- SETBABY
  • Example Situation:
    • If this command is executed on a adult chicken, it will turn into its baby form.

SETNAME

  • Info: Forcefully sets the entity's name
  • Command: SETNAME {name}
    • {name}: The name you want the entity to have
  • Example:
- SETNAME FLAG

SHEAR

  • Info: Shear the entity
  • Command: SHEAR
  • Example:
- SHEAR

TELEPORT ENTITY TO PLAYER

  • Info: Teleports the entity to the user of the item
  • Command: TELEPORT ENTITY TO PLAYER
  • Example:
- TELEPORT ENTITY TO PLAYER

TELEPORT PLAYER TO ENTITY

  • Info: Teleports the user of the item to the entity
  • Command: TELEPORT PLAYER TO ENTITY
  • Example:
- TELEPORT PLAYER TO ENTITY

TELEPORT POSITION

  • Info: Teleports the entity in a specific location
  • Command: TELEPORT POSITION {x} {y} {z}
    • {x}: X-Coordinate
    • {y}: Y-Coordinate
    • {z}: Z-Coordinate
  • Example:
- TELEPORT POSITION %target_x% %target_y% %target_z%

Mixed Commands

In addition of the following list of commands you can also use:
These commands can be used in the Player related commands OR Entity related commands.