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    Commands are a way that you can make the game of Minecraft more interesting. Like the Home page said, you can use them to modify the game and make Minecraft way different. That is because Mojang is allowing you to modify the game in-game just by typing a command in chat. On this page you will learn every different type of command and how to use them.

    First, we have the potion commands. These will act as potions do, but you can modify the way that the potions work. For instance if you wanted the potion to last 1000 seconds you would type in the amount of time spot 1000 which I will be showing you how to use in the next section, which shows you the command for potions!

    Here is the command for the potion effects: /effect @a/p/s/e (what effect you want no parenthesis) (amount of time no parenthesis) (how hard it works no parenthesis) true/false. Where it says @a/p/s/e the @p means closest player. @s means self. @a means all players. And @e means all entities. Where it says true or false, that tells you if you want the bubbles that you see in potion effects around you. True means no bubbles seen around you, while false means the bubbles can be seen around you. Next, I will be showing YOU some examples of these effect commands!

    invisibility: /effect @a/p/s/e invisibility (amount of time no parenthesis) (how hard it works no parenthesis) true/false.

    speed: /effect @a/p/s/e speed (amount of time no parenthesis) (how hard it works no parenthesis) true/false
   
    jumpboost: /effect @a/p/s/e jump_boost (amount of time no parenthesis) (how hard it works no parenthesis) true/false

    levitation: /effect @a/p/s/e levitation  (amount of time no parenthesis) (how hard it works no parenthesis) true/false

    Now you get how all of the potion commands work, (there are more but you get the point :) ) there are the gamerule commands. These commands tell what can and cannot be done in the world you are playing in.

    Here is how the gamerule command works. /gamerule (what you want) true/false. The true or false part does you know what! True means that the gamerule will happen, while false means it won't happen! Next, I will be showing you some examples of how this command works!

    /gamerule keepinventory true

    /gamerule falldamage false

    /gamerule firedamage false

    /gamerule commandoutput true

    Now you can see how the gamerule command works! The gamerule command can add some fun features, especially if you are making a server or and adventure map! Next command that we have is gamemode. This is one of the more simple commands, which is really only important on Java and Vanilla editions. Next, I will show you how to use the gamemode commands!

    /gamemode creative

    /gamemode survival

    /gamemode adventure

    /gamemode spectator

    There is also a way to do it with numbers! 0 means survival, 1 means creative, 2 means adventure, and lastly, 3 means spectator! Now I will show you some examples on how these are used in side of the minecraft game.

    /gamemode 0

    /gamemode 1

    /gamemode 2

    /gamemode 3

    Now that you see how all of the gamemode commands work, time to move onto the next commands! The next command will be the summon command! The summon command is one of the easier commands, like the ones I have been showing you so far! (we will get harder as it goes on) here is how you use the summon command. /summon minecraft:(what you are summoning not parenthesis). Here are some examples of the summon command!

    /summon minecraft:fox

    /summon minecraft:lightning_bolt

    /summon minecraft:sheep

    /summon minecraft:zombie

    Now that you found out what the summon command means, lets move onto the next command!