1

I'm trying to make a machine where it teleports a mob with a custom name to a player in a team.

When I activate it it says:

The entity UUID provided is in an invalid format

The command is: /tp @e[name=Steve] @a[team=Disgiused] (By the way I know that disguise is spelled wrong!)

4

With this command, you are trying to teleport all entities called Steve to all members of the team Disgiused.

This is impossible. You need to define an unique target, not a group. Use @r (Random) or @p (nearest) instead.

  • 1
    Would @a[c=1] work? It is only one target after all, so I'd assume it works like either @r or @p (but which one?). – MrLemon May 28 '15 at 9:55
  • @MrLemon I never used the c argument, so I can't tell. But since there is only one target, I think @a might be a little ambiguous. – Seblor May 28 '15 at 9:58
  • This shouldn't be a problem AFAIK. When a selector returns multiple targets, it runs the command once for each target. Whatever target you end up at just depends on which command runs last. For example, this happened when I typed /tp @e: imgur.com/9jgdxmW – SirBenet May 28 '15 at 21:13
1

With @a[team=disciused], you are trying to teleport the entity to all the players in the team, which is, in short, impossible. To teleport this person to a random player that is in the team, you can use this command:
/tp @e[name=steve] @r[team=disciused]

Or to teleport them to a specific player (or entity) in the team:
/tp @e[name=steve] @p[team=disciused, name=playername]

0
  • You have a named entity
  • You have a player you want it teleport-ed to

/teleport @e[type=(Animal),name=(Name) (player)

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.