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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!)

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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.

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    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
    Commented May 28, 2015 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
    Commented May 28, 2015 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
    Commented May 28, 2015 at 21:13
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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]

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

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

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