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Trove Slash Commands

 

Trove has a few functions that can only be accessed by using slash commands in the chat window. The majority of these commands can be used on console.

 

Club Commands

Command Description

Command Syntax

Notes

Accept a club Invite.

/club acceptinvite <club name>

Must have an open club slot.

Add permissions to a rank in your club.

/club addrankpermissions <clubname> <rankname> <permission1> <permission2> …

Must have EditPermissions permission. This can also be done in the club window.

Block a player from entering your club.

/club block <clubname> <playername>

Must have Blocklist permission.

Clear permissions from a rank in a club

/club clearrankpermissions <clubname> <rank name>

Must have EditPermissions permission. This can also be done in the club window.

Demote a player in a club

/club demote <player name> <clubname>

Must have Demote permission. Players cannot be demoted below Member. This can also be done in the club window.

Disband a Club

/club disband <clubname>

Must be club president.

Displays a Club’s  Portal Opt-Out Status

/club getportalsoptout

Must have AccessControl permission. Only works in club world.

Lists the permissions of a rank in your club.

/club getrankpermissions <clubname> <rankname>

This can also be viewed in the club window.

Get information on whether or not a zone is damageable

/club getzonedamageable

Only works in club worlds.

Invite a player to your club.

/club invite <playername> <clubname>

Must have Invite permission. This can also be done in the club window.

Kick a player from your club.

/club kick <playername> <clubname>

Must have Kick permission, this kicks the player out of the club itself, not the club world. This can also be done in the club window.

Leave your club.

/club leave <clubname>

This can also be done in the club window.

List the clubs you are a member of.

/club list

This can also be viewed in the club window.

Lists the logs of your club.

/club log <clubname>

This can also be viewed in the club window.

Sets your primary club.

/club makeprimary <clubname>

If the Club Name is left blank this will just remove your Primary Club Affiliation. This can also be done in the club window.

Prints the name of the club you are in

/club name

Only works in club worlds.

Promotes a player within your club one rank.

/club promote <playername> <clubname>

Must have Promote permission. Players cannot be promoted to or above the promoting player’s rank. This can also be done in the club window.

Opts the Club into showing up in the Club HQ in the Hub

/club portalsoptin

Must have AccessControl permission. Only works in club world.

Opts the Club out of showing up in the Club HQ in the Hub

/club portalsoptout

Must have AccessControl permission. Only works in club world.

Removes one or more permissions from a rank in a club.

/club removerankpermissions <clubname> <rankname> <permission1> <permission2> …

Must have EditPermissions permission. This can also be done in the club window.

Sets a player’s rank.

/club setrank <playername> <clubname> <rankname>

Must have Promote or Demote permission. Players cannot be promoted to or above the promoting player’s rank. This can also be done in the club window.

Sets a biome to be damageable or not.

/club setzonedamagable <0 or 1>

Must have AccessControl permission.

Unblocks a player from joining your club’s world.

/club unblock <clubname> <playername>

Must have Blocklist permission.

Changes the world name.

/renameworld <new name>

Changes the name of the clubworld you are currently in. Use quotes to use multiple worlds.

Forces a PVP match to start with less players, but doesn’t provide XP

/testarena

Only usable when queuing from a Club.

Restricts clubmembers from modifying a zone.

/zonerestrict <basic/modify/expert/nobody>

Must have AccessControl permission.

 

General commands

Command Description

Command Syntax

Notes

Lists players in the same chat as you.

/chatlist <chatname>

 

Lists the Chat Channels you are in

/channellist
/mychannels

These commands both do the same thing

Clears the cornerstone in the designated slot

/clearcornerstone <slot number>

Uses array numbering, slot 0 is cornerstone 1. This can also be done in the Cornerstone UI.

Adds FPS, Latency, and Location information to the UI.

/debugtext

 

Adds the specified player as your friend.

/friend <username>

 

Lists your friends

/friendlist

 

Displays how much time you have earned towards your next battle box.

/getbattleboxinfo

 

Provides the world ID of the world you are in.

/getworldid

 

Lists the amount of XP you have

/getxp OR /xp

 

Puts the player on your ignore list.

/ignore <username>

 

Joins the specified Chat Channel

/join <channel name>

 

Invites the player to join you.

/joinme <username>

 

Joins the specified world.

/joinworld <id>

If a club is deleted and a new club is made with the same name you will need to use the world ID to join the new club.

Kicks the player from your world

/kick <username>

In club worlds: Only usable by players with kick privileges who are above the rank of the player being kicked.

In Shadow Tower: Only usable by the player who opened the shadow tower.

Leaves the specified Chat Channel

/leave <channel>

 

Prints your current location.

/loc

 

Shows where your mastery is coming from.

/mastery

 

Closes Trove.

/quit

 

Displays the region of the server you are connected to.

/region

 

Kills your character and causes them to respawn without losing Magic Find.

/respawn

 

Toggles the display of your equipped face mask.

/showface

 

Toggles the display of your equipped hat.

/showhat

 

Shows your characters statistics.

/stats

 

Opens the Trove Store.

/store

 

Places your character into the tutorial.

/tutorial

 

Opens the Welcome Screen

/welcome

 

Provides a list of players in the same zone as you.

/who

 

Emotes

Command Description

Command Syntax

Notes

Makes your character cry.

/cry

 

Makes your character dance.

/dance

 

Makes your character strike an epic pose.

/epicpose

 

Makes your character laugh.

/laugh

 

Makes your character strike a pose.

/pose

 

Makes your character laugh.

/shrug

 

Makes your character sit.

/sit

 

Makes your character sleep.

/sleep

/zzz

These commands both do the same thing

Makes your character wave.

/wave

 

 

Video and Graphic Commands

Command Description

Command Syntax

Notes

Changes your Render Distance

/drawdistance <number>

Can be set between 32 and 210, the default is 128. Lower to increase performance.

Toggles Special Effects on or off

/fxenable <1|0>

Disabling FX can improve performance.

Chanes your Level of Detail Distance

/loddistance <number>

Can be set between 15 and 96, the default is 60. Lower to increase performance.

Toggles Multisample Anti-Aliasing on or off.

/msaa <1|0>

 

Toggles Bloom Effects on or off.

/postbloom <1|0>

Disabling Bloom can slightly improve performance.

Toggles Depth of Field Effects on or off.

/postdof <1|0>

Disabling Depth of Field Effects can improve performance.

Toggles Edge Effects on or off.

/postedge <1|0>

This command does not work on all objects.

Toggles Fast Approximate Anti-Aliasing on or off.

/postfxaa <1|0>

 

Toggles Lens Flare Effects on or off.

/postlensflare <1|0>

Disabling Bloom can slightly improve performance.

Toggles R.E.T.R.O.M.O.D.E. on or off.

/retromode

Sets supersampling to 25% and puts a filter over the game. Can slightly improve performance.

Toggles Shader Effects on of off.

/shadercomplexity <1|0>

Disabling Shader Effects can make it more difficult to see in dark areas.

Enables/Disables/Enhances Super Sampling

/supersample <integer>

Default is 1 which renders normally. 0 Sets the rendering strength to 50% which can cause performance improvements. Numbers above 1 increase processing power required to run the game.

Toggles Vertical Sync on or off.

/vsync <1|0>

This can be enabled to help prevent screen tearing.

 

Audio Commands

Command Description

Command Syntax

Notes

Sets the game effects SFX volume.

/gamevolume <number>

Can be set between 0 and 100.  Can also be changed in the Audio Settings.

Sets all volumes in the game.

/mastervolume < number >

Can be set between 0 and 100, the default is 100. Can also be changed in the Audio Settings.

Sets the music volume.

/musicvolume <number>

Can be set between 0 and 100. Can also be changed in the Audio Settings.