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  1. you know you want to. you **really** want to doubt my cubeness on Not Awesome 2 [Realms and More]. go ahead. doubt my cubeness. on Not Awesome 2. [Realms and More].
  2. you're not gonna make it out alive my dear friend
  3. no actually it was me i did it using my l33t epic h4xx0r skillz 😎
  4. koy

    help

    try contacting the ClassiCube administrators about it
  5. damn i wonder why it got obliterated
  6. koy

    help

    what happened that caused your account to be disabled anyways?
  7. koy

    sup

    what the fuck
  8. Nope. Texture packs are only for textures of blocks, not the blocks themselves. Servers that run MCGalaxy or any software that supports custom blocks can create custom blocks using commands, such as /GlobalBlock or /LocalBlock (MCGalaxy). Textures can be applied to those custom blocks, although.
  9. Hello! This is a list on name-related commands in servers running MCGalaxy. They allow you to manipulate your name in cool ways. Notes before I go into the list: - Arguments are surrounded in [brackets]. You don't need to place the actual brackets when you do a command. - The commands I showcase are mostly MCGalaxy commands, although they might exist in other servers using different software than the aforementioned. - I use "argument" and "parameter" interchangably here. Don't get tripped up by this -- they mean pretty much the same thing. - Most of these commands by default are only usable by players who have the Operator and above ranks, though most servers have them set lower (usually member). /Colors The /Colors command outputs a list of colors that you can use to color your name. Here is what it outputs on a default MCGalaxy server: /Color The /Color command allows you to change the color of your whole name. The arguments for this command are [player] and (in that order), but you can use /XColor to apply it to yourself automatically. You can also do just /XColor or /Color -own (the -own parameter is what places your own name without the need of typing it yourself) to remove your color. That resets your color to your rank's color. Here is an example of what it does: /Title The /Title command places a "title" before your name every time you chat. A title is a string of text surrounded by brackets, and it usually goes before your name. Like with /Color, the arguments are [player] and [title] (again, in that order), but you can do just /XTitle [title] to apply it to yourself. Here is an example of what it does: /TColor The /TColor command is similar to the /Color command, except we can apply it to the inside of our title instead. It's a bit redundant to explain what the /Color command does again, because /TColor has the same parameters as /Color does. Here is an example of what it does: /Nick The /Nick command allows you to give yourself an alias of sorts. The arguments for this command are [player] and [nick], and you can add multiple colors to your nickname. This comes with a caveat, though -- only Admins can change player's nicknames. This permission is to mostly prevent impersonation, as some players are gullible and might mistake them for "the real deal". As with every other command, this one has a /X- variant too: /XNick [nick] Here's an example of what it does: /ShortName (plugin) The /ShortName plugin command allows you to make your nickname shorter. The arguments for this command is just [new name]. This also lets you add multiple colors to your name, just like with /Nick. Here is an example of what the command looks like when you're typing a chat message: Thank you for reading through this forum post! I hope you learned a thing or two out of this post! 😄
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