To move between worlds you can either:
To enter color and formatting codes in chat, use
` (a backtick) instead of
§. To enter a literal backtick, escape it with another backtick.
/fly [1|true|0|false|get|? [<player>]]
?is used as the mode, then the current flight mode will be printed in chat.
/gm [<mode>[!]|get|? [<player>]]
!to the game mode.) Only operators may change the game mode for other players.
?is used as the mode, then the current game mode will be printed in chat.
/yaw <degrees>|snap/s/#|round/r/~|? [<player>]
/pitch <degrees>|snap/s/#|round/r/~|? [<player>]
#will cause your angle to be rounded to the nearest 45 degree angle. Using
~will cause your current angle to be rounded to the nearest integer. Only ops may set the yaw or pitch of other players.
To list anchors, use
/a ls [page-number]. (TODO: Implement
Internally, all anchors are prefixed with the first letter of the world name followed by a slash. This prefix may be used in
/a to teleport directly to an anchor in a different world, and it may be omitted to travel to an anchor in the same world.
Anchors may be set with
/a set anchorname, which will take care of adding the proper prefix to the beginning. Please do not use
/mv anchor to set an anchor or manually specify a prefix with
The naming scheme for BITS station anchors is the name of the anchor all-lowercase, with hyphens instead of spaces. The words “station”, “tower”, or “transit centre” should be left off. Exceptions include Bnayland Prison Station (
prison). Lady Labyrinth Transit Centre is available with both
We run a variety of plugins. See the plugins list for more info.