Starbound How To Kill Npcs

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Starbound How To Kill Npcs

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Starbound how to kill npcs

Opening the chat

Chat is the system by which players can communicate. Received chat messages are displayed near the lower left corner of the screen. Players can press Enter to open the chat box, type a message, and also to enter commands.


Please note, all commands can only be run as in game as admin. Learning how to become an Admin you will need this wiki Becoming Admin In Terraria

offThe 'off' command is used to safely shut down the server. After you use this command, the server will be saved and shut down. The exit command is the only way your server should be downgraded.
reloadThe 'Reload' command is used via the Web Interface Console to reload all plugins.
playingThe 'Players' command is used to display a list of all players currently on the server.
MeThe command 'Me' is used ingame to write a kind of headline about itself. For example: '/ me is now making a coffee' ingame heist it then 'XYZ is now making a coffee'
SayThe command 'Say' is used to communicate with the players on the server. Ingame then the message appears as 'broadcast'
SaveThe 'Save' command is used to store the map on the server.
HelpThe 'Help' command is used to display a list of possible commands. The command can be used in ingame as well as via the web interface console.
WhitelistThe command 'Whitelist add or remove' is used to add or remove players to the Whitelist.
BanThe command 'ban' is used to ban a player from the server.
TimeThe command 'Time' is used to set the time of day on the server. There are 5 days: day: dusk: dawn: noon: night. If you write / time -now you see what time is currently. The command can be used in ingame as well as via the web interface console.
GiveThe Command 'Give' gives an arbitrary player an item. (/ Give <player> <number> <item name: id>) eg:

Gives the player 1 torch, but you can also write instead of torch the name of the name of the item:

The command can be used in ingame as well as via the web interface console.A complete list of IDs can be found here:

TPThe command 'TP' is used for teleporting and can only be used in ingame. For example, write XYZ ZYX. Teleports the player XYZ to the player ZYX. If you write only TP is teleported to the spawn.
TPHereThe command 'TP Here' is used to teleport a player to himself. E.g. / Tphere XYZ .XYZ is now teleported to your position.
KickThe Command 'Kick' is used to kick a player from the server.
RestartThe 'Restart' command is used to restart the server.
StopThe command 'Stop' is used to stop the server. The command can be used in ingame as well as via the web interface console.
AnnoyThe '/ annoy' command is used to annoy other players. We could not find an effect.
ConfuseSee 'annoy'. Confuse is supposed to confuse the player.
RocketSee 'annoy'. '/ Rocket' has only the effect that the player is turned into a rocket. However, a registered account is required.


See 'annoy'. '/ Firework' has only the effect that creates around the player a firework.
BloodmoonThe command '/ bloodmoon' is used to force a 'blood moon'.
BuffThe command '/ buff' can be used to give itself a 'buff' (e.g., invisibility). This is only possible with soaking.

The correct way to use the command is: / buff <buff id / name> [time (seconds)]E.g., 'buff invisibility 100'. This makes the player invisible for 100 seconds.

BuffplayerSee 'Buff'. '/ Buffplayer' allows only one player to give a buff. Here is the only difference between the player name and / buff. So to give the player 'Nitrado' Uncertainty for 100 seconds, enter:

'/ Buff Nitrado invisibility 100'

ButcherThe command '/ butcher' is used to kill all NPC players (bots) on the server.
Password The command '/ password' is used to change the password of the in game account.
RegisterThe command '/ register' is used to create an account on the server.
ServerpasswordThe command '/ serverpassword' is used to change the server's password.
dropmeteorThe command '/ dropmeteor' is used to drop a metor to the server.
eclipseThe command '/ eclipse' is similar to the '/ bloodmoon' command. It is used to force an 'eclipse' on the server.
fullmoonThe command '/ fullmoon' is similar to the '/ bloodmoon' command. It is used to force a 'full moon' on the server.
godmodeThe command '/ godmode' allows the player to regenerate the same amount of damage as the damage he gets. Note, however, that the player can be killed with a 'oneshot' (More harm than living).
growThe command '/ grow' is used to make plants and trees grow
HardmodeThe command '/ hardmode' is used to enable the highest level of difficulty on the server.
HealThe command '/ heal' is used to heal itself completely.
HomeThe command '/ home' allows the player to teleport directly to the spawn.
InvadeThe command '/ invade' is used to start an invasion on the server.
KillThe command '/ Kill XYZ' is used to kill another player. In this case you have to replace XYZ with the player name on the server.
ItembanThe command '/ itemban' is used to ban certain items on the server.
Mute / UnmuteThe command '/ mute' or '/ unmute' is used to mute a player or allow him to write again.
RainThe command '/ rain' is used to turn the rain on or off on the server.
StatsThe command '/ stats' is used to find more detailed information about the server.
SlapThe command '/ slap' is used to hit another player.
SpawnbossThe command '/ spawnboss' is used to spawn a boss on the server.
SpawnmobThe command '/ spawnmob' is used to spawn a hostile creature.
SpawnrateThe command '/ spawnrate' is used to adjust the rate of spawns.
Whisper / ReplyThe command '/ whisper' (short / w) is used to write a private message to another player. The command '/ reply (short / r)' is used to respond to the private message.
worldThe command '/ world' is used to display all available information from the current world.
setspawnThe command '/ setspawn' is used to set the spawn of the server.
ForcexmasThe command '/ forcexmas' is used to enable / disable the 'Christmas mode' on the server.
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If you're looking to kill or resurrect an NPC (or your character) with console commands, you've come to the right guide. This article will teach you how to use the kill and resurrect commands in Skyrim. You can quickly jump to a specific part of this article by clicking on one of the below links:

This guide requires basic knowledge of the Skyrim console (how to open and use it). You can open the console with the ~ or ` keys. To send commands, type in your desired command and hit ENTER on your keyboard. For more console help, see our Skyrim console guide.

How to Kill NPCs and Your Character with Commands

The command used to kill a target is, unsurpisingly, called the kill command. Its syntax is kill [reference id], with [reference id] being an optional argument you can use to specify the killer of your target.

To use the kill command, all you have to do is open the console, click on an NPC (which will make its reference ID pop up in brackets above the console) and type the following command into the console:



You can kill your character with the following command:


If you wish to specify a killer (the thing that killed the NPC you are killing with commands), enter its reference ID after the command (separated by a space). You can find out an NPC's reference ID by clicking on it when the console is open - it will appear in brackets (more reference ID help).

Let's say you want the NPC with reference ID 00078783 to be the killer of your target. After making sure you have your target selected (by clicking on it with the console open), you'd type the following command:

kill 00078783

How to Resurrect NPCs and Your Character with Commands

The resurrect command is used to resurrect NPCs after they have died. Its syntax is as follows:

resurrect [0 / 1]

The [0 / 1] argument is completely optional. If you don't specify any number, or you enter 0, a completely new copy of the NPC you resurrect will be spawned (new items, etc). If you specify a 1 after, the NPC that's on the floor will be brought back to life - meaning it will have all the same items in its inventory it had when it died and all of the same characteristics that it gained since it first spawned.

To use the resurrect command to spawn a new copy of the dead NPC, simply open the console and click the NPC you wish to resurrect. Then, type this command into the console and hit enter:


If you want to bring the NPC that's on the floor back to life (rather than spawn a new copy with a new inventory, etc), click the NPC whilst the console is open and use the following console command:

resurrect 1

Starbound How To Kill Friendly Npcs

That's all there is to the kill and resurrect commands. Check out our Skyrim console commands page for a list of every cheat and command in the game. You can find more guides such as the gold cheat and unlimited stamina commands on our blog.

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