On a Minecraft server, other players are always a mystery as you try to survive. Others have the power to completely change the balance of the gameplay experience, regardless of whether you cooperate with friends or go up against enemies. This is shown in one of the earliest and most well-known game types, Factions. In this type of game, you can team up with friends, establish a strong base, carry out raids on your adversaries, and dominate the server as the strongest faction. It can be challenging to set up your own Factions server, though, as there are numerous plugins and configurations to navigate. Fortunately, we provide a fully pre-configured Factions server that can be set up on your panel with just a few clicks. To assist you in setting up and using the Factions premade server, we’ve created this Apex Hosting tutorial.
- /f the factions base command.
- /f l,list [page=1] list all factions.
- /f f,faction [faction=you] show faction information.
- /f p,player [player=you] show player information.
- /f join <faction> [player=you] join faction.
- /f leave leave your faction.
¶ Joining a Faction
You must join a faction because you cannot accomplish this on your own. Make sure you surround yourself with skilled faction players who are knowledgeable about factions when you’re considering joining one. However, each faction typically has an application process.
If you decide against joining a faction, you can start your own with the command /f create (name), invite a few reliable friends, and cooperate to defeat your rivals.
The roster serves as a waiting list for all players to join a faction. A faction can add up to 64 players to a roster (/f roster invite name), after which those players can join the faction by typing /f roster join. If the faction is full, the least active member will be removed and placed on the roster. Members of the faction and the roster are free to move between them indefinitely.
Players cannot join another faction’s roster while on a roster and are in a limbo state. They cannot raid with the faction, take part in KOTH, etc., and they are not considered members of the faction for which they are listed. Members of the roster who engage in faction behavior will face teaming or multi-raiding sanctions.
The ability to control who can add players to the roster and whether /f join for roster players is enabled or disabled is provided by faction permissions.
A faction may remove players from the roster indefinitely while in grace. To prevent them from rotating too many players into the faction after grace, the faction is only allowed 15 kicks. Players who leave the roster via /f leave continue to count toward these 15 kicks.
You will be able to make claims to land once you have established or joined a faction. To teleport to the wilderness where you can scout a location for a grinder or a base, use the command /wild. You can also claim land at /warp moon, /warp nether, and /warp mars because there are four different worlds. Check out the available Faction Commands when you’re prepared to build your base and claim land.
Make sure to /f sethome or /sethome after claiming land so you can find your base again. The claiming system uses chunks. Chunks have a 16×16 block radius and extend from the bedrock to the 256-foot ceiling.
To see available or claimed land, use
Dashed lines – represent unclaimed land, while other symbols such as slashes , dollar signs $, and percentages % represent claimed land by a faction
¶ Creating a Base
Typically, a powerful faction has a base near the world’s border or in one of its corners. If done properly, this will stop factions from raiding you from one or two sides. However, there are only a few of them, with 4 corners per world, so they must be acquired at the beginning of the map.
A base comes with walls, which players can construct in various ways to keep enemy factions from raiding them. The most expensive walls are obsidian. Having a base on a world corner is crucial because there is less cost for walls because you only need to defend two sides, and expanding your faction’s buffer zone is expensive.
Many players quickly build walls for their faction using genbuckets they buy in the /shop. Others might use schematica/printer as well. Compared to manually placing each block without assistance, it is much faster and more effective.
The number of land claims a Faction may have is known as Faction Power, and it is based on the number of players in the Faction. Each player has 200 power. Run /f who to find out how powerful your faction is.
The first number, 1803, indicates how many claims your faction currently has, while the other numbers indicate how many claims your faction is permitted to have.
A faction will have the ability to overclaim you if you happen to have more land than power. Another faction may raid you and take any valuable items if it overclaims you. Always keep track of the number of times your faction members have perished and your current level of power.
¶ Setting Faction Permissions and Rules
Setting your Faction Perms is crucial whether you choose to join an existing faction or start your own. These permissions govern not only what your faction members are allowed to do, but also what members of other factions are allowed to do inside your claims. To set permissions for both your faction’s members and those of other factions, use the command /f perms. For more information about Faction Permissions, you can look here.
The majority of factions find it helpful to establish rules so that participants are aware of how they should behave and abide by the Network Rules and Faction Rules. If the rules are broken, your faction could lose a warning point. All funds, spawners, and items added to your faction stay there, even though factions are more permissive and allow scamming (apart from AH and Cubits) and TP trapping. It’s important to distinguish that you cannot betray your faction.
How to Join a FACTION (Hypixel Skyblock Nether Update)
How do you play factions in Minecraft?
Simply put, Minecraft Factions is a server-wide plugin that gives PvP combat a new dimension. Players can team up to form factions in factions and stake a claim on a plot of land to establish a base and deposit resources.
How do you add people to your faction in Minecraft?
Faction Members To invite a player to join your faction, type /f inv,invite [player]. The message “[faction] invited you to the faction” will be displayed to the player you invited. Type /f join to join. The command /f join [faction] will now allow him to join.
How do faction servers work Minecraft?
The plugin itself offers a layer of protection for the land that the factions have claimed, but the factions’ bases are typically built well hidden and well protected. Each faction is a group of players who can claim land to build their bases and hoard things there. They can also form alliances and engage in conflict with other factions.