The Party System is a temporary group that will disperse if all members log-out. You can have a maximum of up to 8 players in your party. You can begin and create a party by the following commands. These are also found in your character journal:
You can invite players into your party by two ways. You can either use the command below, or you can Left Click with your character journal in hand on the desired player.
/pinvite <player> This command can be used to invite a player to your party. When you invite them, they will be prompted with the choices /paccept or /pdecline.
/p <msg> Will allow you to chat with your party.
/pkick <player> As the party leader, you can kick players from the party.
/pquit This command allows you to leave your party.
/ppromote <player> This command is for the party leader to assign another member of the party to be the party leader. There can only be only party leader, and if the current party leader logs off then the next person in the party is promoted to party leader.
All members of your party will turn the color purple to signify that they are members of your party, even buddies. If you’re in a party, there will be no friendly fire in that party which means you can’t inflict any form of damage on members of your party.
There is a Party Interface which displays the health in number of your party members, their names, and how many are in the party.
Bugsy and BuildToSurvive in a Party together. Bugsy is the party leader because his name is bolded; because they are GM’s they have 9999 health.
Party Members also receive increased drop bonuses when there are more members in a specific party. These rates are as follows:
4/8 Total Members:
+0.5% Drop Chance Increase.
—————————————- 8/8 Total members:
+1% Drop Chance Increase.
When you invite someone to your party, you will receive a prompt like this: