The Pstone Info And Guide For Free Players!

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  1. Shadow1755

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    Hiya, Shadow1755 here!
    Today I am here to Explain how Pstones work, and how to use them.

    Protection Blocks.
    These are blocks that are dedicated in protecting land within a set limit blocks, Or Dimensions. Listed below will be the Pstones that Guild Members or Non-Guild Members can place.

    Personal Pstones (Non-Guild Members) All have Limit 1 per player, Premium Members Limit 2 per player.

    • Tier 1, Brick Block. Protects 891 Blocks, Price to place $32,500. Refund #32,500 on removal.
    • Tier 2, Iron Block. Protects 1,331 Blocks, Price to place $40,000. Refund $40,000 on Removal.
    • Tier 3, Gold Block. Protects 1,859 Blocks, Price to place $55,700. Refund $55,700 on Removal.

    Guild Pstones(Guild Member Only) All have Limit 1 per player, Premium Members Limit 2 per player.

    • Tier 1, Coal Block. Protects 2,475 Blocks, Price to place $148,500. Refund $111,375 on Removal.
    • Tier 2, Redstone Block. Protects 3,970 Blocks, Price to place $237,600. Refund $178,200 on Removal.
    • Tier 3, Lapis Blocks. Protects 6,352 Blocks, Price to place $381,120. Refund $285,840 on Removal.

    Farming Pstones, These Pstones fields can not be edited.

    • Pumpkin (Illegal Farming Block) Limit 2 per player, Premium Members Limit 3 per player.
    • Covers 1,083 Blocks. Price to place $5,000. Refund $5,000 on Removal. Does NOT PROTECT the land. Does allow crops to grow in the area. (Area must have direct sunlight, No interference)
    Guild Farm Pstone
    • Jack-o-Lantern Limit 3 Per guild. The Guild Master can only place it.
    • Covers 1,083 Blocks. Price to place $115,000. Refund $86,250 on Removal.
    • DOES PROTECT the land, and crops. BUT NOT CHESTS!! It allows Guild Members to be able to farm without Infamy.
    • Can be placed inside the Land Protection Pstone.
    Miscellaneous Pstone, More maybe added in the future.
    • Snitch Block, Price to place $25,000. Refund $25,000 on Removal.
    • Limit 2 per player, Limit 4 per Premium Members.
    • Alerts Guild/Owner of the Pstone of interactions or activity in the covered area.
    • Redstone Lamp, Price to place $5,000. No Refund on Removal.
    • Protects a door, or trapdoor withing a 3x3x3 area, The Field is not resizable.
    • Limit 2 Per Player, 3 per Premium Member.

    To start working with Pstones you should read any information above to get a general understanding of pricing and usage of each Pstone. Listed below will be a break down of the commands in-game that can be used for Pstones.

    • /ps on - This will turn on the placing of a Pstone.
    • /ps off - This will turn off the placing mode of a Pstone, So you don't accidentally place another one.
    • /ps visualize - This will let you see the size / outline of the Pstones protection field, You must stand inside the Pstone area to see this when the command is active. You also can do this in other Pstones also.
    • /Ps Info - This will let you see the owner of the Pstone without having the click the block.
    • /ps counts - This will let you see how many Pstones you have placed and display the limits of each.
    • /ps allow {name} This will allow anyone you chose to be able to break or place inside your Pstone. By Default if your in a Guild they will be added to your Pstone.
    • /ps remove {name} This will remove said player off your Pstone.
    • /ps allow {guild:Tag} This will allow said Guild to a Pstone.
    • /Ps remove {Guild:Tag} This will remove said Guild from a Pstone. This is useful if you plan on letting a Guild have private rooms or houses.
    • /ps locations - This will show you what Pstones you have placed, and locations of X,Y,Z Axis.

    Now that you know about the way a Pstone works and commands to go with it, Below will be on how to now use the Pstone and placing and modifying it.

    • Step 1, Pick which Pstone you need or want. Save up money for it.
    • Step 2, Type /ps on and chose the location to place your Pstone. Please choose wisely some Pstones listed above will not be fully refunded when removed by you. They are listed back at the top. When done placing the Pstone, Do /Ps off to not place another one.
    • Step 3a, Placing you Pstone you will now be protecting a area specific to the Pstone you chose.
    • Step 3b, Once placed you may change the size of the Land Protection Pstones. Doing this you will need a tool.
    • Step 3c, Sneak Left click a Pstone with a tool in your hand to begin Drawing Mode. This will allow you to change the protection field of your Pstone. When you do this the Pstone will turn to a Glowstone block as intended to show that its ready to be resized. To chose where you protect you must walk to the desired location you want to protect this is done in a cuboid and will make a box or rectangle starting from the Glowstone Block.
    • Step 3d, Once you select the size you want an obsidian block will show at the marked location and in chat will tell you how many blocks remaining or if it exceeds the limits of said Pstone. If this happens please make the field smaller. When you have the proper size and are ready to close the field to fully protect the resized area you can Sneak Left click air (DON'T Click any blocks) and the field will close, Showing a glass outline that will stay for 30 Seconds and then despawn.
    • Step 4, Please inspect the Pstones newly made field or the preset one if you left it at its default with typing /Ps visualize, This will bring back up the glass to see the fields protection limits. You can also use a tool and right click the blocks in the area to see if the blocks are protected by a Pstone also.
    • Step 5, Make sure to not build accidentally outside the zone, and to be aware that Redstone isn't protected in Land Protection Pstones. Doors, Pressure Plates, Buttons And Levers can be used by anyone on the server. This may change if a use Pstone is added in later, then the guide will be updated for that.
    • Step 6(Final) Build and enjoy you newly protected area! Be sure to go over every step and all the information above. Pstones has a lot of small details and sometimes it maybe not easy to remember it all. Just take your time and you become a Pstone expert!
     
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  2. WooK

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    It would be neat if you put together an album of screenshots for how to set it up. I think it could benefit some people even more :)
     
  3. Shadow1755

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    Will be adding that very soon
    Just getting all the screenshots set up :D
     
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    Beautiful job Shadow! Sorry I forgot to get back to you on proof reading! I just realized... :D
     
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    Can you add on the farm p-stone info
    that it can't be protect please... @Shadow1755
     
  6. Lax

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    Awesome initiative to put this all in one place, only critique is use pstones and snitch pstones are their own things not just miscelaneous. Use pstones apply to buttons, levers, pressure plates, and other items such as this that a player can use btw.
     
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    I'm curious to see how use pstones affect items like flower pots which aren't protected by land protection pstones
     

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