Admin commands

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Admin Commands, also called console commands or cheats, are tools that users with administrator privileges can use to modify the game.

Using commands[edit | edit source]

Commands are input in the chat window, opened with T. All commands must be prefixed with # but are otherwise entered like normal chat messages. Command names, item ids, and npc ids are not case-sensitive.

Admin commands on private servers are done using a [whitelist of Steam64IDs] that are allowed to use the commands.

Commands[edit | edit source]

Click any command to jump to its detailed description. Brackets [ ] denote optional arguments.

Command Description
# Shows you all admin commands
#Ban <Steam64ID> Kicks the specified player from the game and prevents them from connecting to this server until unbanned.
#Kick <Player> Kicks the specified player from the game.
#Mute <Player> Prevents the specified player from sending chat messages to other players.
#Unban <Steam64ID> Lifts the ban on the specified player so they can connect to the server again.
#UnMute <Player> Re-enables chat messaging for the specified player.
#SetTime <0-24> Sets time of day to the specified value. 0 = 12:00am, 6 = 6:00am, 12 = 12:00pm, 18 = 6:00pm, etc...
#Location Displays your current coordinates.
#Location <Player> Displays the current coordinates of the specified player.
#Announce <Message> Sends the announcement message to all currently connected players.
#Teleport <X> <Y> <Z> <Player> Teleports the specified player to the specified location. If no player is specified, the command teleports you.
#SpawnItem <Item> <Amount> Spawns one to ten items in front of invoking player.
#ListItems Displays a list of spawnable items. NOTE: The chat window will only display the previous 100 lines of text. For a complete list, click [[Item_IDs|here].
#SetWeather <0-1> Sets weather to the specified value. 0 = Clear, 1 = Stormy.
#SetGodMode <true/false> Enables or disables god mode.
#TeleportTo <TargetPlayer> <Player> Teleports the <player> to the <targetplayer>. If <player> is not specified, the command teleports you.
#ListPlayers Provides a list of all connected players, detailing Steam64ID, Steam Name, and Character Name.
#ListVehicles Provides a list of all vehicles spawnable with the #SpawnVehicle command.
#SpawnVehicle <Vehicle> Spawns the specified vehicle in front of the invoking player.
#TeleportToMe <Player> Teleports the specified player in front of you.
#SetFamePoints <Value> <Player> Sets the fame points of the specified player to the specified value. NOTE: The command changes the current value, it does not add to the current fame points.
#ListCharacters Provides a list of all characters spawnable with the #SpawnCharacter command.
#DestroyVehicle <VehicleID> Destroys (despawns) the vehicle with the specified ID.
#SpawnCharacter <Character> <Amount> Spawns one to 10 of the specified character in front of the invoking player.
#ListMutedPlayers Provides a list of all players who have been muted with the #Mute command.
#TeleportToVehicle <VehicleID> <Player> Teleports the specified player to the vehicle having the specified ID. If <player> is not specified, the command teleports you.
#DestroyAllVehicles Displays the "You have to ask nicely" message. The proper command usage is #DestroyAllVehicles Please. This command destroys/despawns every vehicle on the server.
#SetFamePointsToAll <Value> Sets the fame points to all online and offline players to the specified value.
#ListSpawnedVehicles Provides a numbered list of all vehicles. The number at the start of each line is the VehicleID.
#SetFamePointsToAllOnline <Value> Sets fame points of all online players to the specified value.
#VisualizeBulletTrajectories <true/false> Enables or disables bullet trajectory visualizations. NOTE: Visuals are only shown for the command user.

See also[edit | edit source]