Minecraft commands and cheats list – Rock Paper Shotgun

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Want to learn how to use Minecraft commands and cheats? The Minecraft console is every bit as creative a tool as Minecraft itself. With it, you can teleport to various locations, change the time or weather, spawn items or entities, chat with your friends, or control entire Minecraft servers filled with players.
Our Minecraft commands list is fully up-to-date with Minecraft 1.17, and will walk you through how to use the most useful and powerful console commands and cheats in the game.
To use a Minecraft command or cheat, all you need to do is hop into your Minecraft game and tap the “/” key to open up the console. Every command in Minecraft must start with a “/”, but using this shortcut will automatically add the “/” prefix so you can just start typing the command you want to use.
Minecraft commands are case-sensitive (so no capital letters allowed!).
Below we’ll go over the most useful Minecraft commands and cheats to know. All the arguments for a command have been surrounded by either {angle brackets} or [square brackets]. Angle brackets mean that the argument is required, while square brackets mean that the argument is optional.
Now let’s go over some of the most commonly used and useful Minecraft commands for any player learning to use the Minecraft console.
The “?” command displays a list of all console commands, or gives information on how to use a specific command. It’s shorthand for the identical “help” command.
Syntax: /? [command]
The “gamemode” command sets the game mode of the specified player.
Syntax: /gamemode {mode} [player]
The “tp” command teleports the specified entity or entities to the specified destination. It’s shorthand for the identical “teleport” command, and very useful for getting back to your castle or towers after a spot of adventuring.
Syntax:
The “time” command allows you to check or change the time of day.
Syntax: /time {add|query|set} {value}
The “weather” command sets the weather.
Syntax: /weather {clear|rain|thunder} [duration]
The “give” command gives an item to a player.
Syntax: /give {player} {item} [count]
The “summon” command summons the specified entity or Minecraft mob at the specified position.
Syntax: /summon {entity} [position] [NBT data tag]
The “kill” command instantly kills the specified entity or entities.
Syntax: /kill {targets}
The “locate” command locates the closest structure of specified type. Useful for finding structures like Minecraft Villages.
Syntax: /locate {structureType}
The “enchant” command enchants a player item.
Syntax: /enchant {player} {enchantment ID} [level]
The “xp” command adds, sets, removes, or checks a player’s XP. Shorthand for /experience.
Syntax:
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Many commands make use of arguments, which are bits of information that come after the command itself. For example, with the command:
/gamemode creative
The command is “/gamemode”, and the argument is “creative”, which means you are telling the game to set your gamemode to Creative Mode.
Some arguments in Minecraft commands are called targets. These arguments tell the game who (or what) you want the command to target. The following are target arguments:
So for example, the command:
/gamemode creative @a
will set the game mode of every player on the server to Creative Mode, whereas:
/gamemode creative @r
will set the game mode of a random player on the server to Creative Mode.
Alright, that just about wraps up this Minecraft commands guide. If you’re looking for other ways to change the game, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft mods available for 1.17. If you’re more interested in changing the look of Minecraft, check out our list of the best Minecraft shaders and best Minecraft Texture Packs. If you’re excited for shiny new things, check out everything you need to know about the 1.18 and 1.19 updates, which will bring Dripstone and the Warden into your blocky worlds.
Ollie Toms
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