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Town Tutorial (Grief Prevention + Guilds)
« on: November 26, 2016, 06:38:11 PM »
Town Tutorial (Grief Prevention + Guilds)

Before the 1.10 update, SentinelCraft was a towny server. Now, that plugin is outdated and isn't compatible with your current setup so we decided to move on. However, we still want people to create towns and have fun with making groups and meeting new people. This tutorial will tell you how to do it. For that, we use two plugins, Grief Prevention and Guilds.

Firstly, you will need these to create a well established town:
  • Enough claimable blocks - you gain them by playing in the server;
  • A self created guild;
  • A golden shovel;
  • A good location;
  • Enough building materials.
Step 1: Create your guild
First, you will need to create a guild. To do this, you can use /guild create <name>.
Now, you need a set the spawn of our town. You can start building your town, or you can wait until it is claimed. Yet, to set the guild spawn/town spawn, use /guild sethome and to access it, use /guild home. If you want to privately chat to your guild members, type /guild chat to toggle or /gc <message>. If you have more than 3 people in your guild, your home will be show on dynmap:

Step 2: Claim town area
First thing we got to do, is to take out our golden shovel. With that, right click one corner of the town (shows a diamond block marking it), then move to the opposite corner and right click again. This claims the area. You should end up with glowstone and gold blocks marking your area:
If the area you setup is too small or too big, you can right click on any of the corners to resize it. This only works for rectangles sizes. You can also click next to it, and move to the next area, to make the town a different shape.

Step 3: Use subdivisions
If you don't want everyone to be able to edit it freely and only want them to make houses in only their area, you can use subdivisions. To use them, you need to change the golden shovel mode. To change it to that mode, use the command /subdivideclaims.
Now in your claimed area, right click on the corner of your subdivision and then go to the opposite corner and right click again. Subdivisions show up with iron instead of gold.

Step 4: Give permissions for town members
Now that you have the subdivisions made, you need them to be able to build there. For that, you can use the trust commands individually in each subdivision. When you know who will build in the area, you'll have to setup their permissions:
  • Do you want them to build, destroy, etc? --> Use: /trust <player>
  • Do you want them to only open chests, doors, farm crops, etc? --> Use: /containertrust <player>
  • Do you want them to only use the doors and switches? --> Use: /accesstrust <player>
  • Are they Guild Officers and you want them to help you setup permissions for Guild Members? --> Use: /permissiontrust <player>
Make sure to do them inside the subdivision. Otherwise the person you are giving the permissions will have them everywhere in your claim.

Step 5: Remove permissions or subdivisions
You can remove permissions from a Subdivision. Sometimes they have given others permission to build there. So, when you want to kick a player form his plots, use /untrust all. This will remove the permissions of everyone in that subdivision.

To remove a subdivision, stand inside the subdivision, and type /abandonclaim. Make sure you stand in the subdivision, or else you delete the entire town.

Step 6: Maintain your town
Abusing your leader powers can lead to punishment. Make sure to follow the rules.

Players are considered inactive after 30 days without joining the server. After this time, you are allowed to remove their build, permissions, and kick him from the guild.

If you are a Guild Officer or Member and your Leader is inactive for more than 30 days, you are able to request the Guild and Claim leadership transfer to your name, if you have a legitimate reason (you have 60 days). However, if your leader goes inactive for 90 days, the entire town claim might get restored to nature. So make sure to request this in time.

If you need help checking where your claim is, you can use dynmap. The marked area is teal with a gold border.

Quick Command Reference
Command   Description   Aliases
/guild create <name>   Create a guild.   
/guild sethome   Sets the Guild's home.   
/guild home   Teleport to your Guild's home.   
/guild home <name>   Teleport to another Guild's home.   
/guild chat   Toggle Guild Chat on and off.   
/gc <message>   Chat with your Guild members.   
 
/trust  <player>   Gives another player permission to edit in your claim.   /t
/AccessTrust <player>   Gives a player permission to use your buttons, levers, and beds.   /at
/ContainerTrust <player>   Gives a player permission to use your buttons, levers, beds, crafting gear, containers, and animals.   /ct
/PermissionTrust <player>   Grants a player permission to share his permission level with others.   /pt
/TrustList   Lists the permissions for the claim you're standing in.   
/Untrust <player>  Revokes any permissions granted to a player in your claim.   /ut
/Untrust all  Removes all permissions for all players in your claim.   /ut
 
/SubdivideClaims   Switches your shovel to subdivision mode, so you can subdivide your claims.   /sc
/BasicClaims   Puts your shovel back in basic claims mode.   /bc
/AbandonClaim   Deletes the claim you're standing in.   
/ClaimsList   Lists a player's claims and claim block details.   
Started by Aureus_Lunae, edited by SentinelCraft staff.

« Last Edit: April 03, 2017, 09:35:12 PM by Migas »
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Re: Town Tutorial (Grief Prevention + Guilds)
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2017, 05:56:04 PM »
Why isn't this stickied?
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Re: Town Tutorial (Grief Prevention + Guilds)
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2017, 06:46:46 PM »
Why isn't this stickied?

Because only the Starter one is. People can easily access this guide through a server command shown at spawn
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