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How to make Pwarps ( The right way)

Discussion in 'Discussions' started by Merlinc01, Sep 9, 2017.

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  1. Merlinc01

    Merlinc01 Yellow flower puncher

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    -- Introduction --

    Hi everyone,


    Yesterday Dyno checked the warp list (including all Pwarps), wich is now 166 pages.
    He told me that a lot of them were made using the wrong format.
    He told me how you are supposed to make pwarps properly.

    I had never heard of this before, and apparently many others also didn't. So that's why i'm making this thread on how to make your pwarps the right way...


    -- Tutorial --

    when setting up a pwarp, you should use this format:

    zzz-(Username)-(warp name)


    - The 'zzz' makes it easier for Enforcers to distinguish if this is a pwarp or a public warp, and it automatically places the Pwarp on the last few pages in the list.
    - Your username makes it easier (of course) for the enforcers to know who's warp they're dealing with.


    So, with that information, your command should be:

    /warp pset zzz-(username)-(warp name)

    Though note that you only have to type /warp (warp name) [so without the ZZZ-username] and it will take you to your Pwarp.

    Thx for reading this quick little tutorial,
    Greetings, Merlin

     
    #1 Merlinc01, Sep 9, 2017
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  2. Eriol_Eandur

    Eriol_Eandur Designer
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    I thought the private warp format is: zzz-(Username)-(name warp) ?
     
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  3. SmaugJuice

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    I think it is meant to be that, so I have fixed it on the main post.
     
  4. ryttyr

    ryttyr Aspiring Commoner

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    So in other words, the command you should use would be: /warp pcreate zzz-username-warpname
     
    #4 ryttyr, Sep 9, 2017
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  5. Merlinc01

    Merlinc01 Yellow flower puncher

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    hehe, dyno said he thought one 'z' was enough, but thx for correctin
     
  6. FireFuss

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    And just to help you guys out with that, whatever you name the warp is all you have to type to get there. For instance, if you create a warp in Gondor like this;

    /warp pcreate zzz-firefuss-gondor

    You only need to type "/warp gondor" to warp there. I don't know how much time I wasted typing /warp zzz-firefuss-warpname before I figured that out!
     
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  7. Merlinc01

    Merlinc01 Yellow flower puncher

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    Oh yh, thx fire, i'll add it to the tutorial