Minecraft Singleplayer Commands

Der Minecraft Multiplayer Modus ist besonders durch die Möglichkeit mächtige Befehle zu benutzen sehr beliebt unter den Minecraftern. Leider sind die Befehle von Haus aus im Einzelspieler ein wenig begrenzter und wenn man vorhat etwas großes zu erschaffen und zu bauen kann es schnell eng werden bzw. sehr lange dauern.

Mit der kostenlosen und sehr beliebten Mod Singleplayer COmmands ist das allerdings Schnee von gestern und mit wenigen Handgriffen lassen sich diese Dinge jetzt auch im Einzelspieler Modus realisieren.

Single Player Commands Befehle:

ascend – Moves you to the next platform above your position
clear – Clears the console
damage – Turns player damage on/off
defuse [all] – Defuses any TNT nearby which has been hit, drops 1 tnt in its place
descend – Moves you to the next platform below your position
destroy [all] – Destroys the current item
difficulty – Sets the difficulty to the specified level (0-3)
dropstore – This command transfers everything in your inventory into a chest that it creates next to you.
duplicate [all] – Duplicates and drops the currently selected item stack
explode [SIZE] – Sets off an explosion in your current location.
extinguish|ext [all] – Puts out all nearby fire (or all fire)
falldamage – Turns fall damage on/off
firedamage – Turns fire damage on/off
goto – Goto a waypoint
grow [all] – Grows all saplings/wheat on the map.
heal – Heals a player the specified number of points
health – Sets the health of a player to pre-defined figures
help [COMMAND] – Gives general help when COMMAND isn’t specified, gives specific help when COMMAND is specified. Same as /h
home – Teleport to spawn point
instantmine – Turns instant mining on/off
item [QUANTITY] [DAMAGE] – Gives player item, if quantity isn’t specified maximum amount of that item. Same as /give and /i
itemname – Use this command to discover the itemname and ID of your currently selected item.
itemstack [QUANTITY] – Gives the player the specified quantity of maximum item stacks of the item.
jump – Moves you from where you are to where your mouse is pointing. Note: This command is buggy and may put you in the block you move to.
kill – Kills the current player
killnpc [all] – Kills all living creatures nearby.
listwaypoints – Lists all waypoints. Same as /l
macro {PARAMS} – Runs a macro
maxstack [ITEMID|ITEMNAME|all] [STACKSIZE] – Configures the maximum stack size of that item between 1 and 64.
msg – This commands adds a message to the console.
music [VOLUME] – Requests a music track to be played, there is a limitation of at MAX 2 tracks per day. Set the volume by specifying VOLUME.
pos – Gives current player position. Same as /p
reach – Sets the player reach distance.
refill [all] – Re-stocks your items in your inventory to the maximum ammount
rem – Removes the specified waypoint
removedrops [all] – This command removes item drops from the world.
repair [all] – Repairs the currently selected item to full health
reset – Resets the player settings
return – Moves the player to the last position before teleport
search – Allows you to search for items using a name
set – Mark a waypoint on the world
setjump [JUMP|reset] – Sets the height that you jump. Note: Turns fall damage off if the jump is configured to move than 1.
setspawn [ ] – Set the current position as the spawn point, if X Y Z are specified sets that position as spawn point
setspeed [SPEED|reset] – Sets the speed that the player moves
spawn [QTY] – Allows you to spawn an individual creature.
spawnstack – Spawns the specified creature a few blocks away from your current position (use “/spawn list” to get a list of creature names and codes).
tele – Teleport to X Y Z coordinates. Same as /t
time [set|get|day|night [minute|hour|day [TIME]]] – Set and get the time within minecraft.
timeschedule > – Sets a period of time (HH:MM format), this will make minecraft always within this time.
useportal – Instantly transfers you to the nether, use it again to go back.
waterdamage – Turns water damage on/off
world – Allows you to explicitly, have control over your world.
world load – Loads the specified FILE, this allows you to play ANY save on your computer, not just World1-5, and can have any name
world save – Explicitly saves your game then returns to it
world seed [SEED] – Allows you to see and change the seed of the map, so it will generate custom terrain
world new [FILENAME] [SEED] – Creates a new map at the specified location
world exit – Lets you exit a game without saving (perfect from when a creeper blows something up)
world list – Lists all the saves which you can load from “.minecraft/saves”