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This command is added by MQ2Map

Syntax Key
Notation Description
Text without brackets or braces Required items
<Text inside angle brackets> Placeholder for which you must supply a value
[Text inside square brackets] Optional items
Vertical bar (|) Separator for mutually exclusive items; choose one
{Text | inside | braces} Set of required items; choose one
Ellipsis () Items that can be repeated
Syntax /maploc [size <10-200>] [width <1-10>] [color <r g b>] [radius <distance>] [rcolor <r g b>] [<yxloc> [<zloc>] | target] [label <text>] | remove [<index> | <loc>]
Description Places a big X on a location. Helpful when you're given a loc and want to see it on the map. It's as simple as /maploc 1 2 3


Option Description
size <10-200> Determines size of the X
width <1-10> Determines width of the X
color <r g b> the color of the X
radius <distance> the size of the circle radius around the x
rcolor <r> <g> The color of the radius
<yloc> <xloc> [<zloc>] the location you'd like the X to appear. Z axis is optional.
target Rather than placing the X on a location, this will place it on a target.
label <text> Adds a label to the X. Must come at the end of syntax.
remove [<index> | <loc>] Removes all X's if no option is passed. Indexes may be found on the map, in the center of each X.


  • You find a loc on allakhazam, and decide to put a big red X on it:

/maploc -690 625 -153

  • If you zoom in on the red X you just made, you can see its index number: 1. Now remove it,

/maploc remove 1

  • Return the red X, and label the location with "treasure!"

/maploc -690 625 -153 label treasure!

  • Make a very big orange X, with a 100 hot-pink radius ring around it, placed on your current target, labeled "wander"

/maploc size 200 width 8 radius 100 color 255 128 0 rcolor 255 51 255 target label wander

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