List of Admin Commands for Roblox
By Dan Ketchum
Updated September 22, 2017
Roblox, a free massively mutliplayer online game, bills itself as a “user-generated” gaming site. Essentially, Roblox makes you the architect of its virtual world by allowing you and thousands of other players to build and interact with in-game content using core-building components. As a result of play performance, community activity and good behavior, some Roblox players serve as administrators. As an admin, you can execute game-altering script commands. You need knowledge of scripting and the programming language Lua to perform admin commands.
Positive Player Effects
To bring a player back to the server, use the “respawn/player name]” admin command. “Ff/[player name]” and "shield/[player name]" commands give players defensive force fields, the former of which can be taken away with “unff/[player name].” You can give players tools with the command “givetools/[player name],” which gives the player all the tools in Roblox's Starter Pack, or give specific items with "give/[player name]/[item name]." “God/[player name]” acts as the ultimate positive effect, giving the player multiple powers.
Negative Player Effects
Typing “removetools/[player name]” takes all of that players in-game tools away. The command “zombify/[player name]” turns the player in question into a zombie capable of infecting other players while “freeze/[player name]” freezes players in place. “Thaw/[player name]” reverses the latter effect. You can create a jail cell around a player with "jail/[player name]" and remove it with "unjail/[player name]." “Explode/[player name]” causes the player to explode and “kill/[player name]” deals the ultimate player damage by killing the player.
Just For Fun
You can act as a virtual jokester with “trip/[player name]” to make a Roblox player fall down or the command line “sit/[player name]” to make a player sit down. The admin script command “sparkles/[player name]” adds useless, but pretty, sparkles to a player. Remove the sparkles with “unsparkles/[player name].” The command "merge/[player name]/[different player name]" gives the first listed player control of the second listed player's character while the similar "control/[player name]" puts you in control of the player.
Some Roblox admin commands allow you to perform tasks that have some utility in the game. For instance, “m/[text]” displays an onscreen text message viewable to all players. Typing “maxplayers/[number]” sets a limit on the maximum number of players allowed on the server while “shutdown” shuts down the server. "Punish/[player name]" administers one warning on Roblox's three-warning system for misbehaving players. “Adminlist” gives you the names of all administrators and “admincommandlist” serves as a useful reminder, displaying a list of all available commands.
Dan Ketchum has been a professional writer since 2003, with work appearing online and offline in Word Riot, Bazooka Magazine, Anemone Sidecar, Trails and more. Dan's diverse professional background spans from costume design and screenwriting to mixology, manual labor and video game industry publicity.