Clans can set a home-base locations for their clans with /clan home set and. The clan must be verified and only the leader is able to use this command.
Once home is set any member is able to /clan home at any time to teleport back to their home base. Leaders have permissions for a powerful command /clan home regroup, which will teleport all clan members to the home base. This is useful for when your home base is being raided, or when you want to coordinate an event or raid.
Before a player is teleported he must wait a pre-configured amount of seconds on the same block. This is to prevent them from running away from pvp fights. If they move before the warmup time is expired, then the teleport is canceled. Warmup timer for teleport can be configured with the clan.homebase-teleport-wait-secs config setting. If set to 0, the warmup is disabled.
Alternatively if you do not allow teleporting in your server (many survival servers don't), you can disable the "simpleclans.member.home" and "simpleclans.member.home-regroup" permissions from your players and enable the "teleport-home-on-spawn" config setting. This will turn clan homes into clan spawn points. Your server's clans will still be able to set homes, and their members will be able spawn in their clan homes.
Clan Bulletin Board
All clan activity is logged on the server's log files. The last few events (configurable) are displayed to each clan member when they log in giving them an overview of the clan's activities. This list can also be pulled up at any time with the /bb view command. Trusted members can add messages to the bulletin board using the /bb add [msg] command. Messages added to the bulletin board are also announced to any members that are currently online. Each individual player can toggle the display of the bb on join with /clan toggle bb. If you have no more use for the bb you can clear it with /bb clear.
Clan leaders can give their members ranks using the /clan setrank [player] [rank] command. The ranks can contain color codes and can pretty much be anything.
You can view all the clans on your server using the /clan list [name/size/kdr/founded/active] [asc/desc] command. The clans are sorted by KDR (configurable) if no arg is used.
With the /clan leaderboard you can compare all clan players. The leaderboard is sorted by KDR, this will tell you who to fear, or what free agent you may want to invite to your clan.
The /clan roster command shows you the members of your clan. Here you can see your clan's members ranks, status, and when the last time they were seen online was.
The /clan vitals command shows you the vitals of all online members of your clan. Here you can see their health, what armor and weapons they are carrying and of what materials, and how many hearts all of their food contains. This comes in handy during battle to know who you need to help and who can bring help to you.
The /clan coords command shows you the distance and coordinates of all online members of you clan, sorted by distance. With this you will be able to know who to call for help during a raid/battle.
Your clan's stats screen, opened with the /clan stats command, shows you all of your clan members KDR, raw kills, and deaths stats. Leaders show on the top and members on the bottom. Leaders are sorted by KDR, and members are sorted by KDR. This screen tells you who are the strongest leaders, and who are the strongest members. It will also show you the current weights for the different types of kills.
You can look up your own or another players info using /clan lookup command. This gives you all the data concerning the player, his KDR, his kills and deaths, what clan he belongs to, the date when he joined the clan, his status in the clan, when he was last seen, a list of all past clans hes been part of, and how many days he has been inactive for.
With the /clan profile command you can view details about any clan. It shows you the clan leaders, how many members are currently online, the KDR, the sum of all kills and deaths of all members of the clan, allies, rivalries, the date founded, and how many days it has been inactive for. It also shows a description of the clan (if set) and the status of the member fee (if enabled and its value).
With /clan kills [player] you can see which victims this player has killed the most and the counts. You can use /clan kills to see your own victim list. Note: Huge numbers of kills to the same victim point to two people willingly cheating kdr.
With the /clan mostkilled command (by default only available to mods) will show you the most killed players by a single attacker in the whole server, basically a list of possible kdr cheaters, starting with most obvious at the top.