Get a job! Jobs in game earn you more money!

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  1. drsprite

    drsprite Owner Staff Member Administrator Owner Donator

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    Get a job! You can now join jobs in game to earn more money!

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    Jobs are another way for you to make money in game! You can use the money you earn in the /warp shop area, or buy more claimblocks.



    Some guidelines for the jobs:

    1. There are 8 jobs to choose from.
    2. You can only be in 2 jobs at a time. Example you can be a builder and farmer.
    3. You can quit a job and join a new job. When you quit, you lose 10% of your old job levels. So quit wisely!


    The jobs you can join are:

    1. Woodcutter - get paid for felling and planting trees! Chat title W
    2. Miner - get paid for mining minerals and ores! Chat title M
    3. Builder - get paid for building structures! Chat title B
    4. Digger - get paid for terraforming the world! Chat title D
    5. Farmer - get paid for farming crops and breeding animals! Chat title Fa
    6. Fisherman - get paid for fishing! Chat title Fi
    7. Brewer - get paid for brewing potions! Chat title Br
    8. Enchanter - get paid for enchanting weapons! Chat title E


    Some useful commands:

    • To join a job, type /jobs join
    • To leave a job, type /jobs leaveall
    • To view some of your player stats, type /jobs stats
    • To view the leaderboard for certain jobs, type /jobs top <job title>


    The more you do a job, the more levels you advance. When you reach the following levels below, you gain a new title! The titles will prefix your chat name, and will also be in front of your job.



    • 0: Novice - chat title N
    • 25: Apprentice - chat title A
    • 50: Initiate - chat title I
    • 75: Journeyman - chat title J
    • 100: Adept - chat title Ad
    • 125: Master - chat title M
    • 150: Grandmaster - chat title GM
    • 200: Legendary - chat title L


    As an example, if you're a novice miner your chat prefix will be [NM], or a novice farmer, you'll have [NFa].



    I think that covers most of it!



    Let me know if you have any questions!
     
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  2. Kevin

    Kevin New Member

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    As you progress (by level/experience) will you get more money for doing your job?
     
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  3. drsprite

    drsprite Owner Staff Member Administrator Owner Donator

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    It looks like it's built in. The more levels you advance, you get a 1% pay raise automatically. The title system is purely cosmetic so everyone knows how awesome you are in that job.
     

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