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**Note** Particles are not currently available in the store. Once they are added, this page will be updated to reflect any changes. Instructions on how to change particles will be included at that time. 


Player Particles is a plugin on Autcraft where players can make unique sets of particles. There are thousands of combinations for players to use using Styles and different particle effects.

Styles are what change the particle you are doing, this can be anywhere from a sphere to a spin and makes for unique particles for everyone. These change the shape and location of the particles. All of these styles are free to use and are not purchasable. The List of current styles are:

  • Arrows
  • Batman
  • Beam
  • BlockBreak
  • BlockPlace
  • Celebration
  • Chains
  • Companion
  • Cube
  • Feet
  • Halo
  • Hurt
  • Invocation
  • Move
  • Normal
  • Orbit
  • Overhead
  • Point
  • Popper
  • Pulse
  • Quadhelix
  • Rings
  • Sphere
  • Spin
  • Spiral
  • Swords
  • Thick
  • Twins
  • Vortex
  • Whirl
  • Whirlwind
  • Wings

Effects are the Particles, what they look like such as if you want flames or dust particles. These are mostly used particles inside Minecraft and you can harness the power for a unique display. Most of these Effects are purchasable and are not free. The Current Buyable Particles on the Autcraft store are:

  • Ambient Entity Effect
  • Angry Villager
  • Block Break
  • Bubble Effect
  • Bubble Pop Effect
  • Cozy Camp Smoke
  • Camp Signal Smoke
  • Cloud Effect
  • Composter
  • Crit
  • Current Down
  • Damage Indicator
  • Dolphin
  • Dragon Breath
  • Dripping Honey
  • Dripping Lava
  • Dripping Water
  • Dust
  • Enchant
  • Enchant Hit
  • End Rod
  • Entity Effect
  • Explosion
  • Falling Dust
  • Falling Honey
  • Falling Lava
  • Falling Nectar
  • Falling Water
  • Firework
  • Fishing
  • Flame
  • Happy Villager
  • Instant Effect
  • Item
  • Landing Honey
  • Landing Lava
  • Large Smoke
  • Lava
  • Mycelium
  • Nautilus
  • Note
  • Poof
  • Portal
  • Rain
  • Slime
  • Sneeze
  • Snowball
  • Spell
  • Spit
  • Splash
  • Squid Ink
  • Sweep Attack
  • Totem of Undying
  • Under Water
  • Witch

Data parts affect some of the Effects which can change color, change the item,  and the block too. 

Color Data
Some particles use color data to change color and be unique to other particles. An example of such is dust, you can find which ones use color data by doing /pp data <Effect>.

Consists of red, green, and blue in 3 numbers going 0 - 255 in the format of R G B (example: 150 0 0  Is very Red)

Hex Code
Consists of red, green, and blue values in hexadecimal notation. Format of #xxxxxx (example: #juigr3)

Color Name
Saying the name of colors such as "blue" or "green" and for multi-word colors do color_name such as light_blue.

If not being able to choose a color you can select "Random" Or "Rainbow" Which one switches between all the colors in the rainbow in order and the other switches between random colors.

Note Color
The note color is defined by a single number between 0 and 24. Each number represents a different color, some being only slightly different. See Legend Below.

  • 0 - 1
  • 2
  • 3 - 4
  • 5 - 7
  • 8 - 9
  • 10 - 12
  • 13 - 16
  • 17 - 18
  • 19 - 24
  • Rainbow
  • Random

Item/Block Material Data
Item/Block material data is the material name of either an item or a block, depending on which type is required. Such as netherite_block or diamond_sword.

In the past Autcraft used an old particle plugin that had the basics, it had a minimal amount of particles and one style. This stopped updating and became unusable on Autcraft until we updated to 1.15 we got the plugin we currently use. The Current plugin is named PlayerParticles. To compensate for those who lost particles from previous purchase free particles were put on the Autcraft store, these are only available to those who got the previous particles. The price of particles has always been 500 points except on sales.