Friends & Blocking

I've made a friend on Cobalt!

That's great. We have a great community and pride ourselves in it. If you'd like to connect with your new friend long-term, you can add them to your /friends list. When you have a friend, you will be notified each time they log in, and you will see every chat message they send (regardless of what you have disabled in /settings). In addition, any time you /teleport to a friend (excluding staff members), you'll teleport instantly without asking them permission. If you're fighting mobs nearby and your friend is close to you, the damage you inflict may automatically be increased just because your friend is standing next to you. You can also right-click any friend to transfer some of your hearts to them (not available while in /god mode).

How do I add my friend to my list?

You can use /friend add [player] to add someone to your friends list. This sends them an invitation that they must accept to actually be friends. Use /friend list to see all your friends, and you can also quickly tell if they are on Cobalt or offline. To remove someone as a friend, just use /friend remove [player]. They will not be notified, but next time they check their friend list you will be gone. You can also see the friend list of another player by using /friend list [player].

I've met someone that I don't like. What can I do?

If you see someone being particularly toxic in chat, you can block them so you don't see any of their chat messages, teleport requests, or private messages. Use /block [player] to add someone to your block list. They won't know that you blocked them until they try to interact with you. If you'd like to remove someone from your list, just use /unblock [player]. To see a list of everyone you've blocked, use /block list.

2-month vacation policy!

Keep in mind that if you are offline for 60 days, the server will automatically delete all of your warps, homes, nicknames, friends, blocks, regions, settings, balance, and ranks. Be sure to log in at least once every 59 days to avoid this.

This article was last edited by joshwenke on November 13th, 2018.