Hello together!

This is a plugin that executes many commands with one simple command that can be configured. You can add parameters and define shortcuts like /t can execute /time.

Uses Metrics for sending completly anonomous data to for usage tracking. See and GitHub for more info.


  1. Copy MultiCommand.jar in /plugins/
  2. Restart/reload server


  1. Creating a new command list:
  2. Type /muco create <name>
  3. Then add your commands with /muco add <name> <command>
    • Important:
    • Type your first command for executation first.
    • Don't forget the /. If you execute the command list via console, the slash will be removed automatically
  4. Now type /muco <name> and the commands will be executed one after one.

Executing commands:

  • Type /muco <name> - Requires MultiCommand.use.<name>

List all lists of commands:

  • Type /muco list - Requires MultiCommand.list

List all commands in a list:

  • Type /muco show <name> - Requires<name>

Remove a command from a list of commands:

  • Type /muco remove <name> <command with /> - Requires MultiCommand.remove.<name>

Delete a list of commands:

  • Type /muco delete <name> - Requires MultiCommand.delete.<name>

Reload the config:

  • Type /muco reload - Requires MultiCommand.reload

Parameters and variables:

One simple example:

  1. Type /muco create exampleList - Requires MultiCommand.create.exampleList
  2. Then: /muco add exampleList /time set $1
  3. Maybe: /muco add exampleList /say $1 $2
  4. Executation: /muco exampleList testVariable1 testVariable2

You can add $1, $2, $3, $4, $5 as variables for default. If you change the value for 'maxvariables' in the config.yml, you can define more than 5 variables.

Optional parameters:
You can define parameters as optional. Have a look at the following examples:

  • /muco add exampleList /command $1 [$2]
    • $1 is required, $2 is optional
  • /muco add exampleList /command [$1] [$2]
    • $1 and $2 are optional
  • /muco add exampleList /command $1 [$2] $3 This doesn't work!
    • This doesn't work. It will print out an error.
  • /muco add exampleList /command $1 [$3] $2
    • $1 and $2 are required, $3 is optional
    • If you want to execute this you have to type:
      • /muco exampleList $1 $2 [$3]

I hope this understandable.

Predefined variables:

  • $playername : The name of the player that executes the command
  • $playerworld : The current world of the player that executes the command
  • $serveronlineplayers : Players, as a number, that are online
  • $servermaxplayers: Slots of the server


  • You can add delays to commands in a list
  • Just put "[time in seconds]" in front of a command (without "")
  • Example:
    • /muco create testlist
    • /muco add testlist /say 3
    • /muco add testlist [1]/say 2
    • /muco add testlist [1]/say 1
    • /muco add testlist [1]/stop
  • The output will be a countdown from 3 to 1 and after it the server will stop

Executing commands as console:

  • You can explicitly executing a command as console
  • Just put "[$c]" in front of the command (in front of the delay, too) and the command will be executed as console
  • Examples:
    • [$c]/say I'm the console.
    • [$c][2]/say I'm the console and I knew this message 2 secs before you saw it.

Disabling commands:

You can prevent commands from being execute outside of mucos. But you can use it for disabling commands in general, too.

  • Disable a command: /muco disable disable <command with slash> - Requires MultiCommand.disable.disable
  • Reenable a command: /muco disable enable <command with slash> - Requires MultiCommand.disable.enable
  • List all disabled commands: /muco disable list - Requires MultiCommand.disable.list

If you disable /say the commands /say hey, /say omg etc. will be disabled, too.
If you disable /say hey the command /say hey you, /say hey all etc. will be disabled, too, but not /say hi.

The players with the permission MultiCommand.ignoreDisabledCommands will not be effected by disabled commands.
Allright? ;)


Now supported on console :)

  1. Open the config.yml in /plugins/MultiCommand
  2. Edit the properties in Shortcuts
  3. One Example:
    t: time
    kill: ban
  • If you now type /t set 13000, the command /time set 13000 will be executed
  • That means everything you type after /t will be added behind /time
  • Note: This can override existing commands!
  • Permissions will be checked by the plugin that provides the command!

Other Permissions:

  • All Permissions: MultiCommand.all
  • Create all: MultiCommand.create.all
  • Delete all: MultiCommand.delete.all
  • Show all:
  • All major permission systems supported

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