Tracking Commands

Updated 17 August, 2017

The bot records all player movement and you can retrace anyone's movement in-game right back to when the bot was first connected to the server or to the most recent server wipe.  You are teleported to each recorded step that the player took.  If they raid a base, you raid it, if they fly above or underground, so do you.

 All commands are typed in in-game chat and begin with a  /   Commands have access levels and won't work for you if your level is too low.


/track session (session is optional and defaults to the latest)
/next (track the next session)
/last (track the previous session)
Track the movements of a player. If a session is given, you will track their movements from that session.

/skip
Skip of steps. Instead of tracking each recorded step, you will skip steps for faster but less precise tracking.

/speed
The default pause between each tracked step is 3 seconds. Change it to any number of seconds from 1 to whatever.

/jump
Jump forward steps or backwards if given a negative number.

/goto start
Move to the start of the current track.

/goto end
Move to the end of the current track.

/stop (or just type /s)
Stop tracking. Resume it with /go

/go
Resume tracking.

/stop tracking
Stops tracking and clears the tracking data from memory. This happens when you exit the server anyway so you don't have to do this.