Land Claiming

If you like it then you should have put a claim on it.

At LithiumCraft, all that exists in the world is public domain unless it’s been claimed.  Everything you claim is your property. Nothing you claim can be used or accessed without your explicit permission. Everything in your inventory and in your enderchest also belongs to you and nobody else can access it.

Land claims protect the land, and everything on it. All buildings, chests, trees, animals, crops, or blocks within your claim are your property.  The contents of all chests on your claim are also your property.  Your land claim extends down 10 blocks beneath the lowest block you’ve placed. Your land claim extends up to the build limit.

Dropped items are not protected. Lily pads are not protected (technical constraint).

Unused land claims are temporary.  Temporary land claims can be created by typing the command /claim. Temporary claims last 7 days. Place a block on an existing temporary claim to make it permanent.

Permanent land claims do not expire on their own.  If the owner of a claim has accrued over 50,000 claim blocks, their claims do not expire. Otherwise, land claims will expire after 60 days of inactivity.  Most players will be subject to this second option.

Claimblocks that were once applied to a claim are recovered when the claim is resized or abandoned.

How To See Land Claims: The quickest way to see Land Claims is by using a stick.

How To Claim Land: To start, you have two options for making your first land claim.

Expand or Resize a Land Claim: Claims can be made larger and smaller by selecting and then moving a corner.

  1. With a Golden Shovel, Select the corner of your claim by right clicking it twice (at least once). If you struggle to find the corner try using a stick.


  2. With a Golden Shovel, Right Click the new corner to resize your claim.

Land Claim Commands: Our land claim plugin comes with many useful commands to help you manage your property.

  • Display Your Claims: /claimlist will display your land claims and claim blocks.
  • Deleting A Land Claim and Recover Claim blocks:
    /abandonclaim while standing inside your claim to remove it entirely. The claim blocks spent on that claim become available for reuse after you abandon or resize a claim.
  • Revoke Permissions: to remove any permissions you have given to a player use the command /untrust player_name
  • Grant Full Permission: /trust <player_name> grants full permissions. As an example, /trust kromeninja will grant kromeninja full access to your claim and the contents of chests. This includes breaking all blocks. Using /trust all instead would provide this same access to everyone. Players you trust on your claim are given permission by you to do whatever they want on your claim. Trusted players cannot resize or remove your claim.
  • Grant Door & Button Permissions: /accesstrust <player_name> to give that player the ability to use buttons, levers and open gates and doors (including trapdoors) on your claim. A player is free to use that permission however they wish.
  • Grant Chest Access & Doors: /containertrust <player_name> gives permission to chests and buttons/doors. Players trusted in this way cannot break blocks.
  • Expand Land claim: /extendclaim <number> will expand your land claim by that number of blocks IN the direction you are facing.
  • Shrink / Contract Land claim: /extendclaim <negative number> will expand your land claim by that number of blocks IN the direction you are facing. Example: typing /extendclaim -10 will retract your land claim by 10 from the direction you are facing.
  • Name your claim with the /nameclaim command.

*Note: You can use public in any of the trust commands to grant anyone and everyone those privileges.

Now that you’ve got the basics covered, you’re ready to get advanced!