25 Useful Minecraft Realms Commands List

minecraft realms commands

Minecraft realms is a Minecraft feature that Mojang added to the game for players to rent a monthly private server to play with friends.

This article is here to teach you on what are the most helpful commands to guide you in getting started with your friends to have fun.

25. /setblock

/Setblock changes the blocks in front of you to another block type.

This command can be used in wanting to build things along with the /fill command. If you’re wanting to build some nice structures in your Realm server.

24. /fill

/fill command is a great way to fill a gap or hole in your structure with the specified block.

A quick optional way in wanting to put countless of blocks down rather than manually doing it by hand.

23. /kill

A command to kill any mobs or players on the server.

You can do this if you want to clear the surrounding area from an annoying Mob, or take revenge on your friend by doing /kill [playerName] or /kill @e[type=[mobID,distance=[value]

22. /replaceitem

The /replaceitem command allows you to replace any item, whether from a held item, within a chest, changing entities that hold items or replacing any item in the inventory slot.

It will replace anything of your choice as long as it is an item.

If for some reason you want all nearby skeletons to hold a potato rather than a bow, it’s possible:

Ex:

/replaceitem entity @e[type=minecraft:skeleton] weapon.mainhand minecraft:potato

21. /clone

This command is used to clone anything you select in your Realm world. 

If a friend has built something amazing, and you both want to duplicate it, you can with the /clone command which would be perfect for the Job.

20. /title

You can use this command to add some fun aesthetics to the game, where a message can either pop up on all the players screen, or above the players hotbar slots.

Just something used to play around with your friends if you want to send messages on the realm server in a fashionable way.

Ex:

/title DigMinecraft title {“text”:”The End is Near”, “bold”:true, “italic”:true, “color”:”red”}. /clear

19. /difficulty

This is to directly change the games difficulty as you can’t change the difficulty via options in-game on a realm server, as you would you need to disconnect and change the difficulty via Realm settings.

Thankfully there is a command to directly change via in-game using the /difficulty command.

18. /summon

The /summon command is to summon any mob entity that exist in the game, so if you’re wanting to mess around with your friends on a Realm server to fight multiple Enderdragons and Withers, you can rightfully do so by doing /summon [MobID].

17. /tellraw

/tellraw is a fancy way in modifying the aesthetics of the text font when you send in chat.

You can easily do this by doing:

/tellraw @a [“”,{“text”:”Hi everyone”,”color”:”green”,”bold”:true}]. If you don’t know how to do this command, going to minecraftjson.com will happily generate the command of your choice so you can send it on your Realms server chat.

16. /w, /msg, /tell

When you want to chat to your friend in your Realm server without your other friends reading it, by doing these commands that were specified will enable you to send a private message to them without anyone knowing.

15. /tm or /teammsg

If you have configured a team in your Realm server, you can do a team only chat.

Only being sent to people who are in your team that you created. Just by starting the message with /tm or /teammsg.

14. /team

/Team is a command that allows for team creation in your Realm world, meaning if you don’t want to damage a teammate, set a team name color, or chat with whoever is in your team privately, it is possible with this command.

13. /effect

/effect is used to give a potion effect to yourself or a friend in your realm servers. Any potion effect can be given, and you can make the potion time infinite by doing /effect give [playerName] [effectID] [time]

12. /enchant

/enchant is an instant way of getting your desired enchants for a favorite item without going through the grindy process of using the enchantment table.

If you’re aiming to fight your friends with full enchanted gear for PvP. Just do /enchant [playerName] [enchantID] [Value] while holding the item to enchant.

11. /give

/give is a command to give you or a player items on the spot without needing to change to creative mode.

Since you are the owner of the Realms, you can /give items to your friends without them being promoted to an operator so they won’t abuse the command behind your back. Just do /give [playerName] [ItemID] [amount]

10. /gamemode

If you are making a Minecraft Realms with your friends that has no set of rules in changing between game modes.

Doing /gamemode is a fast way to shift between, creative, survival, adventurer, and spectator mode.

9. /time

If you don’t have beds, nor do you feel of wanting to put in effort to run to your bed when night falls, doing /time set day is a convenient and faster way for the world to become day again for you and friends to explore without mobs bothering you. You can also do this for night time and noon.

8. /weather

Raining, or snowing, sometimes causes lag for players who don’t have a decent PC, and most of the time, it can be annoying to hear, no one likes rain. By doing /weather clear, we are able to change the weather.

7. /seed

This is a command that gives you the seed of the world you are currently spawned in.

It’s helpful for Minecraft realm owners, as they probably want to find a world that is suitable to their liking, saving a seed for remembrance to come back later, if wanted.

6. /tp or /teleport

Both commands function the same, and are a great use among players who would like to go meet their friends somewhere in the world instantly without wasting time to go and run to their location.

5. /locate

/locate is a great helpful command for you to know where specific Minecraft landmarks are located near you, as most of the time, you’re maybe lazy, or don’t have enough time to go doing long exploration with your friends, this is a convenient command to make things easy for you when playing with your friends. /locate [landmarkName]

4. /recipe

The /recipe command is used in order to give or take a player’s learnt recipe from the recipe book.

You can easily do: /recipe give [playername] * to learn every recipe that exist in Minecraft especially when you have friends or new players who are in your realm that don’t remember every single Minecraft recipe, giving them the ability to learn everything would help them craft items easier.

3. /gamerule

/gamerule is a command to make you to enable or disable the rules of Minecraft.

For example, not wanting to die and having your items scattered all around the ground at your death place is frustrating, by doing /gamerule keepInventory true, we are able to turn off the losing of inventory after death and being able to keep our items when we die.

2. /setworldspawn or /spawnpoint

The /setworldspawn command, in the name itself, is to create or change the default world spawn for everyone in the realm.

The /spawnspoint works the same, but specifically for the player itself just by doing /spawnspoint [playername].

1. /scoreboard

The /scoreboard command is a feature that enables you to modify the player scoreboard in your realm, which you can modify it to keep track of Players statistics like health.

For example, to make players health bars appear. You can also a create custom scoreboard windows on any side of the screen that can be modified to show different things.

Ex:

/scoreboard objectives add Hearts health

/scoreboard objectives setdisplay list Hearts

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