MassiveChat is one of our in-house plugins. It was developed for exclusive use on MassiveCraft and comes with several features including:
- Private Messaging
- Server Mail
- Chat Modifiers
- And more!
Our Premium members can take advantage of several features such as sound and particle effects, the ability to rename other players, instruments for immersion, and additional character cards. Read below to learn more about the available commands.
- /ignore list [page=1] [target=you]
- /ignore add <player> [target=you]
- /ignore remove <player> [target=you]
You can not hear what players you ignore say. Players you ignore are also unable to send messages to you.
You can switch chat channels by using followed by a colon (for example, F:) in chat, or using the /ch command to focus on a channel by clicking on it. The colon is very important. Don’t forget to include it after the channel prefix!
Modifiers and Radius
Symbols (referred to as modifiers) determine the output of text and go at the end of a message. The radius is also determined by the modifier or channel used. For example, typing “Help!” will display as yell in the Local Chat channel.
Another great function in our local chat is obfuscation, but what is it? If you go out of the range in Local Chat, you will only see part of the message. The rest will be obfuscated, meaning it’s replaced by dots indicate a missing character. Obfuscation is colored grey in-game to distinguish from full stops.
To private chat with another player, use “/msg”. If you for example wanted to say “Hello!” to Steve, you would write “/msg Steve Hello!” in chat. Private messages appear on your screen in pink. If you want to reply to the last private message sent to you, write “/r” followed by your message.
Premium rank and above can combine “%” with a special word to trigger emote sound and particle effects in the Local Chat channel. When you successfully use such a word the “%” will disappear and the word will turn golden in chat. The sound and particle effects has a cooldown and will only be applied every few seconds.
Examples using cough emote:
- l: %cough+
- l: %coughs+
- l: %coughing+
- l: takes a few steps back while %coughing+
- l: starts %coughing and stands up+
So as you can see you may use the emote word anywhere within a sentence!
Emote Word List
You can type “l: l” or “l: list” to list these emote words in game. Remember that you only have to type the name of the effect! There are currently 54 emote effects available.