Wynncraft has 4 unique classes, each with their own abilities which you can learn through the game, amounting to the classes having a very different playstyle. Each class can learn 4 different spells as they level up. You can cast them by clicking various combinations of your two mouse buttons during battle. Each class brings something new and plays differently, so we recommend that you try them all and see which one suits you the most.
In addition to this, each class has a cosmetically altered counterpart, accessible only to VIP, VIP+, and HERO ranked players. Everything about these classes stays the same, except for the name and the spells have altered animations to make them look more unique.
Commands in Wynncraft allow for extra functionality to be enabled and disabled. To use a command just enter it into your chat window, remember all commands are prefixed with a forward slash (/).
Below is a list of the commands used in regular Wynncraft gameplay:
|/help||Gives a list of all the commands available to you|
|/class||Go to the class select screen where you can change your current class||/classes|
|/kill||Kill your player. You will lose two soul points and go to your nearest explored town||/die|
|/duel [name]||Start a duel with the specified player where you will fight to the death but will not loose soul points or teleport away||Shift + Left-Click on the intended player|
|/trade [name]||Open a safe trade window with the specified player.||/tr, /share or Shift + Right-Click on the intended player|
|/find [name]||Find if the specified player is online and the server that they are currently on|
|/msg [name] [message]||Privatly message the specified player. This system works across servers along as the player is online|
|/r [message]||Reply to the last private message that you recived|
|/friend [add/remove/list]||Manage your friends list. Your friends' list is also accessible through "List Players" menu (Default: "Tab")||/f or /friends|
|/server||Return to the Wynncraft hub where you can pick a new world to join||/hub, /leave, /lobby or /port|
|/fixquests||Activates an automated tool that will try to fix any quest issues such as missing items and messed up quest lines|
Parties are teams of players in Wynncraft. Experience points are shared between a party, so levelling up often goes faster if you join or create a party. When a mob is killed, players within a 20 block radius will receive a bonus 20% of the experience points dropped by the mob, as long as they are in the party. The player who killed them gets the full experience, as usual. Below are all the commands relating to the Wynncraft party system,
|/party||Gives a list of all the party commands available to you|
|/party create||Create a party where you will be the Leader|
|/party leave||Leave the part which you are currently in|
|/party join [name]||Join the specified player party that you were invited to|
|/p [message]||Send a message to only the people within your party|
|/party invite [name]||Invite the specified player to your party (Leader Only)|
|/party kick [name]||Remove the specified player from your party (Leader Only)|
|/party leader [name]||Make the specified player the new leader of the party (Leader Only)|
Guilds are groups of people who decide to unite together for mutual benefit. Bellow are all the commands related to the Wynncraft guild system:
|Command||Use||Minimum Required Rank|
|/guild||Gives a list of all the commands related to Guilds||None|
|/guild leaderboard||See the global guild leaderboard||None|
|/guild leave||Leave the guild you are currently in. Warning this command will cost 3 Soul Points||Recruit|
|/guild list||See every member in your guild as well as some basic statistics about them||Recruit|
|/guild stats||Gives an overview of your current guild, including owner, experience, level and rank||Recruit|
|/guild XP [ammount]||Set a percentage amount of experience that will be sent to your guild rather than your player experience||Recruit|
|/guild contribute||Open the Emerald contribution menu for your current guild||Recruit|
|/guild log||Show all the recent events that have happened for you guild||Recruit|
|/guild invite [name]||Invite the specified player to your current guild||Recruiter|
|/guild rank [name] [rank]||Change the rank of the specified player in your guild to the specified rank||Captain|
|/guild attack||Commence an attack on the territory that you are currently standing in||Captain|
|/guild defend||Open up the defence menu for the territory you are currently standing in. The defence menu allows you to buy the mobs that will defend the territory when another guild attempts to capture it||Captain|
|/guild kick [player]||Forcibly remove the specified player from your guild||Chief|
The toggle commands allows you to change certain aspects of the game for your player. Bellow is a list of all the toggle commands:
|/toggle||Show all the available toggles|
|/toggle swears||Toggle the censoring of swear words in chat|
|/toggle blood||Toggle the blood effect when attacking mobs|
|/toggle insults||Toggle the censoring of common insult words|
|/toggle autojoin||Toggle whether your last used class is automatically selected or you are sent to the "Class Select" screen upon logging on|
|/toggle music||Toggle whether the custom Wynncraft soundtrack is played|
|/toggle war||Toggle the visibility of guild war messages in chat|
|/toggle guildjoin||Toggle login messages from guild members.|
|/toggle attacksound||Toggle the sound for melee attacks.|
|/toggle rpwarning||Toggle the warning you get when you don't have the server-resource-pack enabled.|
|/toggle vet||Toggle if you want to use the VET tag (only for people who got a rank before Mojang's EULA update August 2014)|
Below is a list of miscellaneous commands that are available for a variety of purposes:
|/use||Open the use menu, where you can activate cosmetics and use donator privledges||Through the compass menu icon|
|/rename||Give your currently equipped pet a new name||/name|
|/pet||Open the pet menu, where you can choose pets to equip||/pets|
|/forum||Used to link your Minecraft account to your Wynncraft Forums account|
|/report [name] [reason]||Report a player for breaking the server rules. These reports go straight to the Moderation team and inappropriate uses of this system will not be tollerated|
|/fixstart||Fix the "Kings Recruit" quest if the dialogue starts to have issues|
The filth of Ragni was once used as a prison for it's worst criminals, but now it houses a greater evil. After the corruption, dead inmates now trap any soul in oubliettes and await them to join their ranks.
Previously a natural cavern on the outskirts of Nivla forest, it quickly became the largest infestation of arachnids the province has ever seen. Those who enter are never found again.
An oddity began to emerge near Time Valley that had nothing to do with the mysterious gate. A villain of great power was obscuring the natural order. It is said he even made a few creatures extinct just for amusement.
The battle of Nemract was a historical landmark in the war against corruption, but ultimately a loss. The dead of the brave and the bold now fester in the underworld, willing others to make the journey to the other side.
The mysterious tomb lied buried in the sand before Humans ever arrived into the desert from Fruma. Although uncovered, the tomb contains lethal secrets.
The land of Nesaak was not always frozen. It was adopted by the bitter Twain son, Theorick, who forged the land in his own image. Though never truly evil, Theoricks enemies lingered as souls long enough to take possession of his body upon death, and wielded his immense icy powers.
Though Troms is known as the strongest city in Wynn, the experiments undertaken to produce living weapons was a catastrophe for the citadel. The living sludge now condemned to the undergrowth, is slowly growing to consume all.
No one is entirely sure how, but all ships that are laid to rest on the seabed all end up in the same place. From beyond the watery grave, these seafarers continue to manipulate the waves to meet their gains.
Shut down and abandoned after an apparent malfunction, the Corkus Manufactory is closed off to all visitors. Hostile machinations lurk within, destroying all possible threats to its vital systems.
Guilds are groups of players who decide to unite together for mutual benefit. It might be to take over the Wynn province, or to simply help any newcomers with the game, it's up to them! Powerful guilds have stars (*) in the tag of their members, the more stars, the more powerful the guild is.
Once you reach level 40 or more, head over to Cinfras with 5 liquid emeralds and at least 3 soul points. Follow the road to the east to find the Guild Master in the Guild Hall. There you will have to select a name and a tag for your guild. After paying the creation fee, your guild will be founded!
Every guild has 5 ranks, each of them with their own permissions:
Ranks are shown by the amount of stars (*) a player has next to their username in the guild chat.
Your guild will start at level 1, and you will be able to level it up by sharing your XP with it (type /guild xp [amount] to select what percentage of your XP will go to your guild). Leveling up a guild is very important. After each level, you will be able to accept more members to join, and you will unlock more mobs to defend your territories.
In Wynncraft, the world is divided up into sections and your guild can take over certain regions. These
are called territories. Every player (on any server) who kills a mob or completes a quest in a region owned
your guild will help your guild to progress. You will receive a lot of XP and emeralds from their kills, as
as they do it in a territory you own. However, be careful, the more a territory is valuable, the greater the
chance that it will be attacked by other guilds seeking to control it.
You will need to hire mobs to defend your territory, as you can’t defend it on your own.
When you attack a territory, a message will be sent to every online member of your guild telling them where and when the fight will occur. To join a battle, just stand in the territory being attacked, you do not need to be on the same server as the others to join.
Horses are a fast and efficient way to travel around the land of Wynncraft! Horses can be trained and bread together in order to obtain new horses that are even faster and stronger than before! Horses are represented in game as a saddle item that when right clicked, will summon your steed.
You can obtain your first horse at level 34 when you complete the "Stable Story", which rewards you with 1 Brown Horse. After that, you can continue to buy new Brown Horses for 24 Emerald Blocks from the horse merchant in Ternaves.
There are 4 breeds of horse, Brown, Black, Chestnut and White. They all have separate speed and jump maximums. The breeds are as follows:
|Tier||Breed Name||Speed and Jump Maximum|
Horses are bread together by putting two of the same type of horse in your crafting grid. There is then a 20% chance of successfully breeding and obtaining a higher tier, a 50% chance of receiving the same breed of horse and a 30% chance of the horse downgrading a tier.
Horses start life with a speed and jump rating of 1, this can be levelled up by simply riding the horse.
When you ride a horse the XP will increase (Viewable by hovering over the item in your inventory) and
once the XP reaches 100 the horse's speed and jump will be increased by one.
The maximum jump and speed level is determined by the horse breed. Below is an example of a fresh brown horse's icon:
Special Horses can be purchased from a variety of dungeon merchants that have an extra 5 maximum speed and jump points. These can be purchased in the following locations:
|Dungeon||Horse Type||Upgrade Item||Maximum Speed and Jump Level|
|Ice Barrows||Brown Horse||Theorick's Ice Shard||15|
|Galleon's Graveyard||Black Horse||Redbeard's Hair||25|
|Corrupted Decrepit Sewers||Chestnut Horse||Corrupted Witherhead's Rib||35|
Loot in Wynncraft are weapons, armours or accessories that can be found or dropped by mobs. There are multiple tiers showing how powerful and rare a certain item can be. You can also find some Item Identifiers to identify your items and discover some hidden magic properties in them.
These are the most basic items you can acquire. They are easily recognisable by their white names. They can not be identified and are extremely common.
These items are slightly less common and are more powerful than normal items, while still having major downfalls. You can distinguish them by their yellow names and can be identified.
These items are found very occasionally in the game, they have higher stats than their predecessor and can also be identified. These items are much more powerful than other items and can be distinguished by their pink name.
This special tier of items works a little differently to the others. By combining items from the same set, you can unlock magical properties from them. They are only dropped by specific enemies and are easily recognisable by their light green name.
These items are the extremely difficult to find. Each item is so powerful, they all have a unique backstory. They are identifiable and stand out by their light blue name. It has been rumoured, however, that a sixth tier of item exists. Items so powerful and extraordinary, they are believed to exist only in myths...
Identifications (or ID for short) are a way to upgrade your items. You can find identificators in almost every major town, and they will ID your gear for emeralds. Identifications can give your items upgrades such as: lifesteal, damage boost, skill boost, poison effect, XP bonus, reflection effect, etc.
You can find a lot of items by killing mobs. They drop randomly and can range from a normal item to a legendary one.
While exploring, you may find some loot chests. The hardest it is to find them, the better the loot inside might be.
Certain NPCs will give you items as a reward for helping them.
In major towns, you can find NPC(s) who are willing to exchange certain items for emeralds.
You can encounter players looking to sell or buy certain items. You can trade with someone by typing /trade [name].
The nether is a dangerous area. It corrupts the mind and can turn you against your friends. It is a constant PvP area where all players deal a fixed amount of damage and do not have any defense bonus. It is a fair, endless PvP arena.
No. You will not lose any soul points in the nether, ever.
By playing in the nether, you get a chance to see your character on the leaderboard on our website! Every kill and death will also show on your player stats page.
You can enther the nether by entering the nether portal in game, or by joining a nether server in the nether section of the compass in the lobby.
Powders are items that can be applied to weapons and armours. They come in five different types, one for each element. There are six tiers of powders, ranging from tier 1 (weakest) to tier 6 (strongest).
Powders can be found by killing mobs or by looking inside of loot chests. Some players may be found selling powders as well.
You apply powders to items by interacting with "Powder Master" NPCs who are located around the map. They are often found in cities with the exception of the Nivla Forest. If you continue to have trouble locating the nearest Powder Master, you look for powder icons on the Wynncraft Map.Powder Masters have the ability to:
When you apply two tier 4 or higher powders of the same element to one item, it acquires a special powder bonus. Powder bonuses are powerful abilities that either deal damage or boost damage.
In Corkus City, the capital of the Corkus Province, powders can be exchanged for blank powders at the cost of a Nii Rune, Uth Rune, or a Liquified Emerald (LE). The cost is dependent upon the tier of powder. Blank powders can be morphed into any elemental powder variant. Blank powders are only available for tier 4 or higher powders.
Quests are missions given to you by NPCs scattered around the provinces. They can send you on epic journeys in dangerous unexplored areas, or simply ask you to bring them items they require. You can see your progress, and more in the quest book, located in your hotbar. There are more than 100 quests in Wynncraft, and more are added regularly!
You start a quest by right-clicking a NPC who needs your help. You can easily locate the NPC to start a quest by viewing any unlocked and incomplete quests in your quest book.
Each quest gives an XP reward at the end, but they can also give you certain items. Some of those items will be tagged "Quest Items" and will be used for other quests, or they can simply give you powerful unique items. They can also unlock certain areas of the map.
If you encounter a bug and lose a quest item, you can simply type /fixquests to give your character back the item you’ve lost.
You can visit our quest page on the Wynncraft Wiki
Soul points (SP) are special points used for several things in Wynncraft.
You can find see how many SP you have by looking at the extreme right slots in your hotbar.
You receive 1 SP per in-game nights (~20 minutes), or 1 SP per hours of being offline.
When your SP count reaches 0, you will drop all of your items at death.
There are a several uses for SP in Wynncraft:
You lose 2 SP per death in Wynncraft. This includes mobs death or suicide (even by /kill). The only moments when you will not lose SP is with duels or by fighting in the nether.
Creating a guild costs 3 SP. It also costs 3 SP to leave a guild.
Using a teleportation scroll costs 1 SP per usage.
You have a maximum capacity of 10 SP when you start the game. However, every 15 levels your character will be able to hold 1 SP more, up to a maximum 15 soul points.