A playershop is a single chest, double chest, or barrel, configured to buy or sell (trade) items for a resident, called a playershop's owner.
This page covers creating playershops, using playershops to trade, and utilizing the Market Overview to find playershops around the map.
Whether the playershop owner is online or not, a shop will trade items and money automatically:
Playershops need to be created inside Shop plots. To set a town plot as a Shop plot, use
/plot set shop .
The playershop will now sell the amount of items you were holding, for the price you set. You can then place in or empty the shop with items willingly. Playershops are linked to your name and balance, and are indestructible by default until removed by the playershop owner or .
The playershop owner can right click on the playershop sign in order to open the Shop Control Panel. It is used to change and configure the playershop.
|Command (while looking at the shop sign or after clicking on
|In-game name of the playershop's owner.
|Shows if the playershop is selling items or buying items.
|Price per bulk amount of items.*
|/qs price (amount of money)
|Per bulk amount:
|The number of items that have the set price.*
|/qs size (number of items)
|Deletes the shop sign and playershop.
The Mayor, Comayors, and Assistants can remove all playershops inside a claim of their town by using the
/plot clear command while standing on the plot.
* = To calculate the price per 1 item, divide
Price: by the
Per Bulk Amount:.
Any player who wishes to trade with the playershop owner can left click on the playershop's sign, and then type a number of items to trade in chat.
Right clicking on the playershop sign shows a panel in chat instead. The panel will include:
[Item Preview] function lets you view the item you are trading. Hover your mouse over it or click on it to use.
Mayors can set a sales tax that is levied on purchases made from player shops that are inside their town. Set it by typing
/t set salestax (percentage). The maximum sales tax is 10%.
For example, if sales tax is 10% and someone makes a $1,000 purchase from a player shop inside the town, the seller will receive $900 and $100 will be deposited in the town bank.
You can view all active playershops around the map, through the Market Overview. Simply type
/market overview to open the menu.
You can also search for active playershops that trade specific items, by using the Search function.
In the Market Overview, you may click on the button at the top right to open the Search menu. Alternatively, use
/market search to open the Search menu, type an item's name in the Text box, and then click on the compass on the right. This shows the Player Overview menu with a list of items sold in active playershops, that contain the string of words you have typed in the Text box.
You can view active playershops that sell a specific item around the map, through the Market Lookup. Clicking on an item in the Market Overview menu or searching for an item by using the
/market search (item) command both allow you to enter the Market Lookup menu for that item (adding
sell at the end of the command will also only show playershops that buy or sell the searched item, respectively).
In the Market Overview, clicking on the Previous/Next Page buttons at the bottom lets you navigate through the listed items that are traded in active playershops.
Clicking on any item in the Market Overview menu will bring you to the Market Lookup menu for that particular item. Alternatively, you can use the Search function commands:
/market search (vanilla item namespaced ID/Slimefun item namespaced ID) will open the Market Lookup menu of the playershops that trade the item. This can be used to look for playershops that trade general Vanilla, or any Slimefun items.
/market search hand will open the Market Lookup menu of the playershops that trade the exact item being held in your main hand (including NBT tags, lore, etc.). This can be used to look for playershops that trade specific enchanted items or enchanted books, potions, Guns, and other non-Vanilla items.
Tip: You can use the TAB key to autocomplete item IDs for the item you wish to search.
After clicking on an item in the Market Overview, or searching for an item through the Search function, the Market Lookup menu for that item will open. At the top, the item that was searched for active playershops with is shown. The Market Lookup menu offers various options and information.
In the Market Overview menu, clicking on the sorting button switches through 3 sorting options for the items' arrangement.
|Alphabetical (ascending order).
|MEAN SELLING PRICE
|Mean Price per 1 item in playershops that sell the item (ascending order).
|MEAN BUYING PRICE
|Mean Price per 1 item in playershops that buy the item (descending order).
In the Market Lookup menu, clicking on the sorting button switches through 4 sorting options for the playershops' arrangement.
|Price per 1 item traded (ascending order).
|Current distance to the playershop (ascending order).
|If the playershop is selling, number of tradeable items left in the playershop (descending order).
|If the playershop is buying, number of empty block stack slots available in the playershop (descending order).
In the Market Overview menu, you can view the mean (average) and median price of trade per 1 item, in all active playershops that trade it.
In the Market Lookup menu, the summary statistics panel shows more information on the price of trade per 1 item, in all active playershops shown.
Values are rounded to 2 decimal places. Statistics are separate for playershops that sell and playershops that buy the item.
In the Market Lookup menu, indicators signify availability of a playershop.
Hovering your mouse over an indicator reveals detailed information about the playershop.
A shop that is selling items to other players will provide the following information:
A shop that is buying items to other players will provide the following information:
Left clicking on a specific Available playershop in the menu will open a direct link in your browser that shows the location of the shop in the dynamic map.
/value (vanilla item namespaced ID) (amount) to view the average price that an amount of that item has been sold for in playershops.
Tip: You can use the TAB key to autocomplete IDs for the item you wish to search.