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How to Protect Towny Land [Keep Res. in Their Plots!]

Discussion in 'Towny Guides' started by CinnamonTiny, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. CinnamonTiny

    CinnamonTiny Popular Meeper

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    1. Make sure you are the Mayor.
    2. Do the following commands in the Towny world.
    3. /town set perm off
    4. /town set perm reset
    Ta-da. Residents will not be able to break outside of their own plots and outsiders cannot build unless they own an Embassy. Good luck! :)
     
  2. allyourmines

    allyourmines New Meeper

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    Resident perms are off by default.
     
  3. CinnamonTiny

    CinnamonTiny Popular Meeper

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    No they aren't. Mine and others were not when we made our towns.
     
  4. Pimish02

    Pimish02 Popular Meeper

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    Most people already know that stuff but I guess it could be useful to noobs.
     
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  5. funkyrainbows

    funkyrainbows Double Rainbow

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    Yes most mayors would know this but everyone was once a noob.
     
  6. kevman967

    kevman967 Popular Meeper

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    Some are still noobs...
     
  7. CinnamonTiny

    CinnamonTiny Popular Meeper

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    In all honesty these are always the two commands that stump me the most lol

    I wish towns automatically had resident perms off by default. :(
     
  8. funkyrainbows

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    Yes that is correct, I hope you are not referring to me.
     

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