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CLAIMING GUIDE

To make sure you enjoy your time on The Spot without your awesome builds getting griefed- WE HAVE THIS SMALL CLAIMING GUIDE IN PLACE.

It explains every feature our claiming system has to offer in detail-
From basic claims to advanced subdivisions.


what is a claim?

In essence, a "claim" is a square region of land that is marked in your name on the server, which, by default, other players cannot build, break or pillage within. The Spot uses a plugin called GriefPrevention to do this. Claims have some other properties, too. Creeper and Wither explosions, Endermen block moving and TNT will not work by default within claims and even fluids such as water and lava cannot flow from outside to inside a claim.
Claims work on a system of "Claim Blocks", of which you passively earn 200 of every hour (obtainable from crates too) Each square block in a claim you make uses one of your claim blocks. This means that claims can only be of finite size. In-game, claims are visualized by temporary markings of gold and glowstone that are only temporary and cannot be mined.

basic CLAIMING

IN ORDER TO CREATE A BASIC CLAIM ON THE SPOT,
YOU WILL NEED A GOLDEN SHOVEL (ANY WILL DO).

step one

Hold out your golden shovel in your Main Hand AND Right-Click on the ground where you want the first corner of your claim to be.


step two

While continuing to hold the Golden Shovel in your hand, walk over to the spot you want the second corner of your claim and Right Click it. Note that claims have to be over 20 blocks in size.


You can also use the /claim command to make a claim. Simply type /claim <size of claim> to create a claim. The size you input will be the number of blocks from you to the new border of the claim.

trusting others

By default, nobody will be able to build or do anything on your claim. If you want to add someone to a claim, however, there's a set of tools you can use to do so giving various levels of access.
  • Build Trust  
    Lets the player place and break things inside the claim, as well as all permissions from container and access trust. 

    Command: /trust <player>
  • Access Trust
    Lets the player interact with buttons, levers and doors and set a home with /sethome, but not access containers and chests. 
    Command: /accesstrust <player>
  • Container Trust 
    Lets the player use chests and containers, from hoppers and droppers to shulkers and furnaces, as well all permissions from access trust. 

    Command: /containertrust <player>
  • Permission Trust 
    Lets the player trust other players to the claim. However, this is separate from other trust levels. Players with permission trust can only trust other players to their level of trust (e.g: If a player has container trust and permission trust, then the player is able to give other players container trust but not build Trust). Players with permission trust are not able to give other players permission trust. 

    Command: /permissiontrust <player>

    NOTE: you can remove a player from the trust list using the /untrust <player> command.


CLAIM CONFIGURATION

Abandoning Claims

You can do /unclaim or /abandonclaim while standing in a claim to remove it. You will then be given back the claim blocks to use with other claims. In addition, you can use /abandonallclaims to abandon all of your claims and regain all of your claim blocks back for use. You can also abandon all of your claims by typing /abandonclaim or /unclaim while standing outside of a claim.


Viewing Claims

While holding a stick in your hand, you can right click within a claim to view the claim borders marked in temporary Gold Blocks and Glowstone. Any subclaims within the claim will also appear marked in temporary Iron Blocks and Wool.
You can also view a list of all of your claims and their co-ordinates using the /claimslist command.


Resizing Claims

Simply right click one of the golden corners of a claim to resize it. If you make the claim larger, you will need to have the right amount of claim blocks to support the expansion.


Claims Explosions

It's possible to enable explosions within a claim by standing in it and typing /claimexplosions.

SUBDIVIDING CLAIMS

By Subdividing Claims, you are able to create subclaims within a regular "top-level" claim you made as demonstrated in the 'basic claiming' section. This is useful in particular for creating plots in a town, as you are able to trust people in a subclaim without them being trusted in the larger claim.

Unlike regular claims,there's no size limitations on subclaims and so they can be as small as one block; subclaims do not take up claim blocks.
Apart from that, Subclaims act like regular claims. They are marked out by temporary Iron and Wool blocks. Do note though, that players trusted in the top level claim will retain their permissions inside any subclaims. Only the owner of the main top level claim can create subclaims within it.

TO SUBDIVIDE CLAIMS YOU HAVE TO BE IN SUBDIVISION MODE
COMMAND: /SUBDIVIDECLAIMS

step one

As with regular claims, to create a subclaim you hold a golden shovel and right click on a spot on the ground to act as the first corner of your claim, but this time the spot must be within your claim.

step two

Walk over to the spot where your second corner will go, and right click there. Your subclaim will now be marked in temporary Iron Blocks and wool blocks.

NOTE: TO SUBDIVIDE CLAIMS YOU HAVE TO BE IN SUBDIVISION MODE
COMMAND: /SUBDIVIDECLAIMS

Removing Subclaims

To remove a subclaim, simply stand within one and type /unclaim or /abandonclaim to remove it. If you now wish to remove the main top level claim you can now simply type /AbandonTopLevelClaim to remove everything.

Restricting Subclaims (Advanced)

As mentioned before, players trusted in the top-level claim have the same permissions in any subclaims created within the claim. However, you can restrict subclaims to stop this and specify specific permissions for all players within subclaims. To do this, stand within the subclaim you wish to restrict and type /RestrictSubclaim. Note that only the claim owner can do this.

CREDITS: https://dogcraft.fandom.com/wiki/Guide_to_Claiming_Land