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LootsToolsEX for Minecraft

(This is a feature unlocked with Loot's Tools Plus. A Plus Account is required.)

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LootsToolsEX for Minecraft is an EXtension which allows the interactivity between Minecraft and Loot's Tools.

It makes possible sending commands to the game and giving pets to players in the game.

You can see some example clips of LootsToolsEX for Minecraft in-game here, here, or here.


Installation

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Setup

The EXtension creates a Bot that connects to your Minecraft Server, to then send commands when needed.

Use Loot's Tools on your server

To use the Bot on your server, you will need to have the server on "Offline mode", since the bot doesn't have a "premium" account.

Then, on the EXtension Page on the UI, set up the host and port of the server, and click "Connect Bot".

This will connect the Bot to the Server.

Use Loot's Tools on your singleplayer world

To use the Bot on your singleplayer world, click "Esc" on your keyboard, click "Open to LAN", enable cheats, and, when you open your world on LAN, you will have the server host and port on your chat.

Then, on the EXtension Page on the UI, set up the host and port of the server, and click "Connect Bot".

This will connect the Bot to your World.


Commands

(Note: the name between parenthesis is the function's name, used for calling them with Advanced Cards' Scripts)

Execute a Command on Minecraft (minecraftCMD)

This command sends a command to Minecraft to execute.

Usage

Usage

Arguments

  • command [str]: The command you want to execute on Minecraft.

Spawn a pet on Minecraft (minecraftPet)

This command summons a Pet for the player specified on Minecraft.

Usage

Usage

Arguments

  • petType [choose]: The pet's type (DOG, CAT OR PARROT).
  • petOwner [str]: The pet's owner. If this field is ALL, the pet is given to all players on the server.
  • petName [str]: The pet's name.

Additional Notes

If on the command of Execute a Command on Minecraft you put %PLAYER%, that command is executed for every player online, replacing the tag for their names.

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