This page contains a table of HuskHomes commands and their required permission nodes, alongside additional permission nodes.
|Teleport to a home|
|Set a new home with given name|
|Get a list of your homes|
|Delete a home you previously set|
|Edit one of your homes|
|Teleport to a public home|
|View the list of public homes|
|Teleport to a warp|
|Set a new warp with given name|
|View the list of warps|
|Delete a warp|
|Edit a warp|
|Teleport to another player or location|
|Teleport another player to you|
|Request to teleport to another player|
|Request another player to teleport to you|
|Accept a teleport request|
|Decline a teleport request|
|Teleport randomly into the wild|
|Ignore incoming teleport requests|
|Teleport to where a player was last online|
|Teleport everyone to your position|
|Request that everyone teleports to you|
|Teleport to spawn|
|Set the spawn position|
|Return to your previous position, or where you died|
|View plugin information & reload configs|
†Required permission for basic command execution; some commands require additional permissions for certain functions (See below…)
Changing set home, public home & free home limits
You can modify the maximum number of homes, the allotment of free homes and the number of public homes a user can set through permission nodes.
huskhomes.max_homes.<amount>— Determines the max number of homes a user can set
huskhomes.free_homes.<amount>— Determines the allotment of homes the user can set for free, before they have to pay†
huskhomes.max_public_homes.<amount>— Determines the maximum number of homes a user can make public
†Only effective on servers that make use of the economy hook.
If users have multiple permission nodes (i.e. from being in multiple permission groups), HuskHomes will accept the highest. If you would prefer the nodes to stack, you can set the
stack_permission_limits setting in the plugin config file to
Note that these permission-set values override the values set in the plugin config (
Return by death on /back
This permission controls whether users can return to where they died. Note that return by death must be enabled in the config for this to work.
|Use /back to return to where you died|
These permissions allow you to make a home public/private (toggling its privacy). There are also permissions that let you use, edit and delete homes that have not been set publicly.
|Modify the privacy of a home|
|View a list of a user's homes|
|Teleport to a user's home, public or private|
|Edit a user's home|
|Delete a user's home|
Cooldown, warmup and economy bypasses
These permissions let you bypass teleportation warmup checks, rtp cooldown checks and economy checks
|Bypass timed teleportation warmups†|
|Bypass economy checks|
|Bypass the cooldown on /rtp‡|
†This is not effective when the warmup time is set
<= 0 in the config file.
‡This is not effective when the rtp cooldown tijme is set
<= 0 in the config file.
These permissions allow you to use /tp and /rtp to teleport other players remotely and to coordinates.
|Teleport a user other than yourself|
|Teleport to a set of coordinates.|
|Randomly teleport another player.|
|Teleport another player to spawn.|
|Teleport another player to a warp.|
/huskhomes command arguments
These permissions control what arguments of the /huskhomes command a user may use.
|View a list of HuskHomes commands|
|View the plugin about menu|
|Reload the plugin config and message files|
|Check for updates|