The Back module allows players to return to the location that they either last warped from, or last died at.
/back only remembers the last place they warped from or died at, any earlier locations are discarded. Locations are
also discarded on server restart, and offline user’s information can be discarded at any time, subject to memory requirements
of the server.
There are two entries in the
main.conf file in the
true, allow players to return to the last location they teleported or warped from, if they have permission to do so.
true, allow players to return to the place they died, if they have permission to do so.
true, allow players to return to the place they last portal they travelled into, if they have permission to do so.
Root command aliases:
/back [-b|--border] [-f|--force]
Default Role: ADMIN
Basic Command Permission:
nucleus.back.base- Default Role: ADMIN
nucleus.back.targets.death- Default Role: USER
nucleus.back.targets.portal- Default Role: USER
nucleus.back.exempt.warmup- Default Role: ADMIN
nucleus.back.targets.teleport- Default Role: USER
nucleus.back.exempt.cost- Default Role: ADMIN
nucleus.back.exempt.bordercheck- Default Role: ADMIN
nucleus.back.exempt.cooldown- Default Role: ADMIN
This command is an equivalent to the following command(s) in Essentials:
|nucleus.back.base||ADMIN||Allows the user to run the command /back|
|nucleus.back.exempt.bordercheck||ADMIN||If granted, allows the user to the use "-b" flag to attempt to warp outside of the border.|
|nucleus.back.exempt.cooldown||ADMIN||Allows the user to bypass the cooldown for /back|
|nucleus.back.exempt.cost||ADMIN||Allows the user to bypass the cost for /back|
|nucleus.back.exempt.warmup||ADMIN||Allows the user to bypass the warmup for /back|
|nucleus.back.targets.death||USER||Sets the player's /back location on death|
|nucleus.back.targets.portal||USER||Sets the player's /back location on portal teleports.|
|nucleus.back.targets.teleport||USER||Sets the player's /back location on returnable teleports.|
# Log player's location on death. on-death=true # Log player's last location after travelling through a portal. on-portal=false # Log player's last location on warp. on-teleport=true