Using commands in Minecraft will make you easier to do certain actions. You just have to type certain text and then the action that you want will be applied. But, what are commands? They are advanced features which are able to be activated by typing certain strings of texts.
If you want to use commands in Minecraft, you have to go into your Minecraft game and then you have to tap the “/” key so that you will be able to open up the console. Every command that you will use in Minecraft must be started with a “/”. However, using this shortcut will automatically add the “/”. So, you just have to start typing the command that you want to use in the game.
You may need a full list of commands that you are able to use in Minecraft. However, due to the limitation of this article, we may be able to give you the most useful Minecraft commands. So, here they are.
This command will display a list of all console commands or give you information on how to use a specific command.
example: /help playsound
The command in this example above will provide you information on how to use the /playsound command.
It will set the game mode of the specified player.
Example: /gamemode creative @a
Command in the example above means that you will set the game mode of all players to Creative Mode.
This command will teleport specified entity or entities to specified destinations.
Example: /tp @a TheDarkLord999
The command in the example above means that it will teleport all players to the location of TheDarkLord999.
It permits you to be able to check or change the time of day.
Example: /time set day
The command in the example above means that you will set the time to day.
It will set the weather.
Example: /weather thunder 1200
If you use the command in the example above, you will set the weather to Thunder for 1,200 seconds.
It will give an item to a player.
Example: /give @p diamond_shovel 1
The command in the example will give the player a diamond shovel.
This command means that you will locate the closest structure of specified type.
Example: /locate Stronghold
The command in the example will locate the nearest Stronghold to the player.
This command will enchant a player item.
Example: /enchant @p minecraft:sharpness 5
The command in the example above will give the player’s sword the Sharpness V enchantment.
This command will add, set, check or remove a player’s XP.
Example: /xp set @a 0 levels
The command in the example above will set everyone’s XP level to zero.
This command will clear items from player inventory.
This command will add players to banlist.
This command will copy blocks from one place to another.
It will set the difficulty level.
- /effect give
It will add status effects.
Actually, there are still more commands that you are able to use in Minecraft. You are able to access some other sites to find the full list of commands that you can use in Minecraft.