Note: All MobArena commands start with /ma, and access to most of them can be handled via Permissions
If you are looking for ways to disable non-MobArena commands for players in the arena(s), look in the global-settings section of the config-file for the arena(s) in question.
/ma join (<arena>)
Join an arena. If only one arena exists/is enabled, <arena> is optional.
Leave the current arena or spectator area.
Get a list of all players who aren't ready.
/ma spec (<arena>)
Spectate an arena. If only on arena exists/is enabled, <arena> is optional.
Get a list of all permitted arenas. Green names are enabled, gray names are disabled.
Get a list of all arena players.
/ma players <arena>
Get a list of arena players in the specified arena.
/ma enable <arena>
Enable the arena with the specified name.
/ma disable <arena>
Disable the arena with the specified name.
/ma force end
Forcefully end all arenas.
/ma force end <arena>
Forcefully end the arena with the specified name; forces all players to leave.
/ma force start <arena>
Forcefully start the arena with the specified name; forces all players who aren't ready to leave.
/ma notready <arena>
Get a list of all players in the given arena who aren't ready.
/ma restore <player>
Restore the inventory of the player with the given name, if possible.
/ma config reload
Reload the config-file into memory. This is useful if changes are made in the config-file while the server is running.
/ma setup <arena>
Enter Setup Mode for an arena. Note that the arena must already exist.
/ma addarena <arena>
Create a new arena.
/ma delarena <arena>
Delete the arena with the given name.
/ma editarena (<arena>) ([true|false])
Set/toggle edit mode for an arena. If no arena name is given, the _current arena_ will receive the command. If true/false is _not_ given, the command will work as a _toggle_. Thus simply typing `/ma editarena` twice will toggle edit mode on and off for the _current arena_. Typing `/ma editarena <arena>` will toggle edit mode for the given arena.
/ma auto-generate <arena>
Auto-generate a new arena with the given name. The arena will be generated just below the player in the world they are standing in.
/ma auto-degenerate <arena>
Degenerate the arena with the given name, effectively restoring the patch that was "bulldozed" with the auto-generator.