Towns
Here you can learn about the claiming system and all its commands.
MINERAZE uses a town claiming system for protecting your land. In this page you will find a variety of different guides and list of commands that will allow you to easily navigate your town as a mayor or a resident. If you just want to get yourself a full list of commands, you can go to the bottom of this page or type /town help in-game on the server.

How do I create a town?

Creating a town is easy and free! Begin by typing /town create (name). Once your town has been created, you can begin claiming land with the /claim command. Using this command will claim the chunk you are currently standing inside. To view chunk borders you can press [F3+G] on your keyboard.
You can claim land anywhere as long as you’re in either Midgard or Asgard world.
After you have claimed your first chunk of land, it is recommended you do /town setspawn. This will allow you to easily return to your town at any time with the /town spawn command.
When a Town is created it starts at level 1. You can level-up your town through depositing in-game money with the /town deposit (amount) command. Any resident of the town can use this command. Once the money has been deposited, they are locked in and cannot be withdrawn.
Increasing the town level will give you access to claim additional land and invite additional members to become part of your town community. There are 12 town levels in total. You can view the perks of each level below.

Looking for a Town?

If you would rather join an existing town, Here are some helpful ways you can use to find one!
  • /town list – shows a list of all the towns. Click on the town name for more information on that specific town.
  • /lt – will alert the server in global chat that you are looking for a town.

Town Levels

Town Level 1 (Starting Level)
- Maximum of 10 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 5 Town Members
Town Level 2 ($5,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 20 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 10 Town Members
Town Level 3 ($10,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 30 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 15 Town Members
Town Level 4 ($25,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 50 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 20 Town Members
Town Level 5 ($50,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 75 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 30 Town Members
Town Level 6 ($100,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 100 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 40 Town Members
Town Level 7 ($250,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 200 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Town Level 8 ($500,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 300 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Town Level 9 ($750,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 500 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Town Level 10 ($1,000,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 1000 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Town Level 11 ($2,500,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 1500 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Town Level 12 ($5,000,000 in town bank)
- Maximum of 2500 Chunk Claims
- Maximum of 50 Town Members
Check how much money is in your town bank currently with the /town info command.

How do I assign a plot (chunk) to a player in my town?

Plot claim chunks can be assigned to or claimed by a plot owner and also have additional plot members. To make a claim into a plot, stand in it and type /plot. The claim will then become an unassigned plot within the town.
Town residents can then type /plot claim to claim the plot. However, players with the Honorable, Elder or Chieftain town role, can also assign the plot to a member of your town if they prefer. To do this, stand in the unassigned plot and type /plot assign (player).
The owner of that plot, Honorable, Elder and the Chieftain players will then be able to build in it. However, if more players need to be added to the plot this is possible through the /plot trust (player) command. Additional plot members do not have to be part of the town, too, so this allows you to add guest access to build in your town.
You can remove plot members with /plot untrust (player) and all information about plots can be viewed with the /plot info or /claim info command while standing in it.
Finally, you can use the /plot command again, or the /plot remove command to make the claim a regular claimed chunk again, which will also clear the owner and any other players added to the plot.

Plots

There are 3 types of plots, and use /plot set (plot type) to change the plot.
Regular
Default plot. Mason+ can access.
Plot
Plots that players can claim or be assigned to. If a plot is not assigned, players can do /plot claim.
Farm
Farm claim chunks let any regular member of the town build within them, perfect for town farms and public works projects. Stand in a claim and type /farm to make it a farm - and use this command again to return a farm chunk to a regular claim chunk.

Town Ranks

There are several town ranks each with different permissions and access within a town.
Chieftain - this is the highest role and is the defacto Mayor or Owner of the town. As a Chieftain, you have access to all commands related to your town and its management.
- Find the full command list for Chieftain in the commands section below. As a Chieftain, you can access all of them.
Elder - this is the second highest role and works as a co-mayor type role. As an Elder, you have access to every command except town renaming and town disbandment.
- Find the full command list for Elder in the commands section below. As an Elder, you can access all of them except renaming and disbanding.
- Inherits Honorable perks.
Honorable - this works as a role you can give to trusted members of your town while still having potentially damaging commands such as unclaiming being unavailable. This role has access to the following commands:
- Changing plot type (regular, plot, farm)
- Assigning players to plots
- Removing players from plots
- Changing the farewell & greeting message
- Changing the town bio
- Changing the town flags
- Evicting (kicking) players from the town
- Claiming land
- Promoting other town members up to the rank below Honorable, Mason.
- Inherits Mason perks.
Mason - this works as the builder role of the town. You can grant this access to players who should be able to build and break blocks anywhere in the town.
- Placing and breaking blocks anywhere in town land.
- Evicting (kicking) players from the town
- Inviting players to the town.
- Inherits Scout perks.
Scout - this is the recruiter role of the town. This role can invite players to the town.
- Inviting players to the town.
- Inherits Dweller perks.
Dweller - this is the default town role and works as a resident. Residents can access the following commands:
- /town
- /town help

Town Command List

/town help - View the list of commands in-game available to your town role.
/town - View the in-game towns menu.
/town spawn - Teleport to your town's spawn point.
/town info (town) - View information about the specific town.
/town player (player) - View information about a player.
/town leave - Leave your current town.
/tc (message) - Type in the town chat. You can also type just /tc to make it default chat. Type the same to untoggled.
/town create (name) - Create a town
/town settings (town) - View & modify town options such as public build access, container access, and more.
/town deposit (amount) - Deposit money into the town to level it up.'
/town rename (new name) - Rename your town.
/town setspawn - Set a new teleport spawn point.
/town greeting (message) - Set a town greeting. Message displays when entering town land.
/town farewell (message) - Set a town farewell. Message displays when leaving town land.
/town bio (message) - Set a town bio. Message displays in the /town info menu.
/claim - Claim the chunk you are standing in for your town.
/unclaim - Unclaim the chunk you are standing in for your town.
/claimlist - View a list of all town claims.
/townlist - View an ordered list of all towns
/promote (player) - Promote a player in the town to a higher town rank.
/demote (player) - Demote a player in the town to a lower town rank.
/invite (player) - Invite a player to your town.
/evict (player) - Remove a player from your town.
/farm - Make a claimed chunk into a town farm chunk.
/plot set - Set a chunk into a plot chunk or reverse it back to a regular chunk.
/plot unset - Set a chunk back to a regular chunk.
/plot assign (player) - Assign a player to the plot chunk.
/plot trust (player) - Trust a player to the plot chunk. This also works on players who are not part of the town.
/transfer (player) - Transfer ownership of the town to another town resident.
/autoclaim - Automatically claim chunks as you walk
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