I would like to allow anyone to tp without being an operator. I currently have a simple webserver that takes tp arguments and runs that as server, but has no security implemented. I would like people to tp to each other, or to coordinates, without being able to admin abuse, or at least be able to use /kill to kill self.


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These commands/functions are not natively supported by the regular Bedrock Dedicated Server Software.

If you want additional plugins without the use of /function or /trigger, you'll need to use custom software such as Nukkit or PocketMine.

See this helpdesk article for more information (extract listed below).

Should you choose Nukkit, there is a port of the EssentialsEX plugin found on most Bukkit/Spigot/Sponge/Paper servers that'll contain your /tpa, /tpaccept and /tpdeny commands.

Then, enable usage with a permissions plugin such as LuckPerms, which is supported on any server that ends with a -kkit*, Spigot, Sponge or Paper.

*This includes Bedrock's Nukkit and Java's Bukkit.

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Unlike the other two software PocketMine-MP is written using PHP. It was the first form of server software for the Minecraft Bedrock community and is currently one of the most used.

The Advantages of PocketMine

Since it is the most popular as well as the oldest, it has a lot of public plugins which you can use. Compared to the other two softwares, PocketMine is not RAM heavy. This means PocketMine uses more CPU rather than RAM. For newer developers, there is a great community that can help you out with your plugins. Extensive API allowing you to change every aspect of how your server behaves.

The Disadvantages of PocketMine

PHP is not a widely known or easy to learn language for new developers. It would be harder to create plugins for this software opposed to other softwares. Lacks most vanilla features, although there are plugins that offer some vanilla functionality, most are buggy or no longer work.​‌

Cloudburst Nukkit

Nukkit is written using Java. It was the second unique form of server software for the Minecraft Bedrock community. It isn't the most used but is rapidly growing.

The Advantages of Nukkit

Just like PocketMine, it also is relatively popular and has a lot of public plugins you can use; but not as many as PocketMine offers. Compared to the other two softwares, Java is more RAM heavy, meaning Java uses more RAM than CPU. Extensive API allowing you to change every aspect of how your server behaves. Java is more widespread and more friendly for new developers, which makes it easier for new developers to start out.

The Disadvantages of Nukkit

Compared to PocketMine, it doesn't have as big of a developer community. It may be harder to get support for the issues you encounter. While Nukkit has more vanilla feature support then PocketMine does, the way they are implemented makes them more glitchy then a vanilla server.

Bedrock Dedicated Server (BDS)

Bedrock Dedicated Server (BDS) is written in C++. It is widely considered the official server software for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition. This software is relatively new and isn't used as much as the previous two.

The Advantages of BDS

One of the main and only advantage of BDS is it's ability to have every vanilla feature working properly (redstone, mobs, command blocks, etc).

The Disadvantages of BDS

There isn't any API so writing plugins for this software is not possible currently unless you used a modded BDS version. BDS is known to be very laggy and sluggish.


You can change their perms where you would normally give them op but instead you click on custom and give them op commands through there. If you only want them to be able to use tp commands, idk.

  • Click on custom? I was assuming server commands...
    – Blaine
    Nov 27, 2021 at 6:42

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