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I'm a newbie to Minecraft, and not a computer whiz, so I fully expect I'm going something wrong here.

I've been trying to use the keepInventory cheat in Minecraft but it always says "Unknown Command" and no options come up when I put in /gamerules (all that comes up is /gamemode). I've been having a streak of getting killed with some awesome stuff in my inventory and I desperately want to keep this from happening again!

I have cheats enabled. Is there something I'm missing? How so I solve this?

  • press tab twice when typeing: /game <tab x2> . If it switches to /gamerule its not an issue of the game only your knowledge :) – Reflexive Mar 26 '17 at 23:08
  • Ok, to clarify, each space in the command is not a space but 2 tabs? So /gamerule tab x 2 keepInventory tab x2 true – Vee Fraser Mar 27 '17 at 20:38
  • No what I meant by <tab> is the shortcut for commands. So say you have: /game < That is when you click tab without a space (The tab button) it should come up with: /gamemode And then if you click tab again: it should be /gamerule and then to finish: /gamerule keepInventory true – Reflexive Mar 27 '17 at 23:58
  • Ok, gotcha. /gamerule does not come up as a possible command, only /gamemode – Vee Fraser Mar 29 '17 at 15:35
  • What version of minecraft are you runnong – Reflexive Mar 30 '17 at 9:51
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From here:

/gamerule

Sets or queries a game rule value.

Syntax

Computer

gamerule <rule name> [value]

Pocket Edition

gamerule <rule: string> <value: bool>
gamerule <rule: string> <value: int>
gamerule [rule: string]

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Additionally, issuing /gamerule by itself will list available game rules.

The particular gamerule you are seeking is called keepInventory.

Issue the following command:

/gamerule keepInventory true
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You seem to use /gamerules instead of the correct one /gamerule. It is without the s on the end.

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