How do I use a warp?

Warps are preset areas that you can teleport to using the /warp command. To use a warp you simply type in /warp warpname. Warps are case sensitive and should not have spaces in them. This means that /warp my_house is not the same as /warp My_House or /warp MYHOUSE.

To view the warps that you have set, use the command /warp assets

As ships begin to travel around the worlds, there will be warps listed in the hold of each ship that point to previous spawn points for that world.

For more information see how to set a warp and how to delete a warp and how to list warps.

How do I set a warp?

Setting a warp is pretty easy. To set a warp you simply type /warp set warpname.

The warpname can be anything you want it to be, but it’s a good idea to make it easy to remember. You should not use spaces and remember the warp name is case sensitive. That means /warp My_Home is not the same as /warp my_home.

You can make the warp public or private. Public warps are listed for everyone to see, and can be used by anyone. Private warps show up in your warp list, and in the list of those you invite to the warp.

To set a warp that you’ve already made to private you type /warp private warpname. This will take an already made warp and turn it into a private warp. You must be the owner of the warp to be able to turn it private. To set a warp private from the beginning use /warp pset warpname (pset = set private).

To invite a user to a private warp use /warp invite username warpname.

Each user has a limit of how many warps they can set/own. Adventurers can have 8 warps, Squires can have 12, and Knights can have 16. If you run out of available warp space, please do not ask a staff member to set one for you, simply remove a warp you no longer need or want.

For more information see how to use a warp and delete a warp and how to list warps.