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Solved Teleport player to random saved location

Discussion in 'Skript' started by Jerooski, Jun 6, 2020.

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  1. Jerooski

    Jerooski Member

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    Code (Text):
    1. #--- TELEPORT LOCATIONS ---#
    2. options:
    3.     dungeon1: 0, 45, 0
    4.     dungeon2: 0, 100, 0
    5.     dungeon3: 0, 90, 0
    6.     dungeon4: 0, 30, 0
    7.     dungeon5: 0, 200, 0
    8.  
    9. on load:
    10.     add "{@dungeon1}" to {dungeonlist::*}
    11.     add "{@dungeon2}" to {dungeonlist::*}
    12.     add "{@dungeon3}" to {dungeonlist::*}
    13.     add "{@dungeon4}" to {dungeonlist::*}
    14.     add "{@dungeon5}" to {dungeonlist::*}
    15.  
    16. on rightclick on black concrete:
    17.     set {_dungeontp} to a random element out of {dungeonlist::*}
    18.     teleport player to location {_dungeontp} in world "dungeons"
    I cannot seem to make this work, it says on teleport line that "Variables cannot be used here" but if I use teleport player to {_dungeontp} no errors pop, but teleportation doesn't happen.
     
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    Post #2 by Dave, Jun 6, 2020
  3. Dave

    Dave Active Member

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    It works.
    Code (Text):
    1.  
    2. on load:
    3.     loop 5 times:
    4.         if {spawn.dungeon%loop-number%} is set:
    5.             add {spawn.dungeon%loop-number%} to {dungeonlist::*}
    6. on unload:
    7.     delete {dungeonlist::*}
    8.  
    9. on rightclick on black concrete:
    10.     set {_dungeontp} to a random element out of {dungeonlist::*}
    11.     teleport player to {_dungeontp}
    12.     stop
    13.  
    14. command /setdungeon [<int>] [<text>]:
    15.     permission message: &cNo permissions.
    16.     permission: rank.admin
    17.     usage: /setdungeon <number>
    18.     aliases: sd
    19.     executable by: players
    20.     trigger:
    21.         if arg-1 is set:
    22.             if arg-2 is not set:
    23.                 set {spawn.dungeon%arg-1%} to player's location
    24.                 send "&aSpawn for dungeon %arg-1% set!"
    25.                 stop
    26.             else:
    27.                 stop
    28.         else:
    29.             send "&cUsage: /setdungeon <number>"
    30.  
     
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  4. zTak

    zTak Active Member

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    The Problem is that a location is more than just the coordinates. Its also C, E & F. You can see this if you press F3 in Minecraft.
    It would be better if you just create a command to set the location as @Dave said before.
     
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  5. Jerooski

    Jerooski Member

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    Thank you! This is great!
     
  6. Dave

    Dave Active Member

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    yea, th
    You're welcome! : )
     
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