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richieh99 Changed table to say 'Job Slots Unlocked' instead of 'Number of Jobs'
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 ====== Jobs Intro ====== ====== Jobs Intro ======
  
-Jobs are the primary method of earning money on all Horizon Towny servers. You can select ​up to three jobs at first and do activities related to these jobs to earn a set amount of money. For example, a [[jobs:​farmer|Farmer]] earns money by planting and harvesting crops, while a [[jobs:​miner|Miner]] earns money by mining ores. All actions related to a job are worth a certain amount of job experience and money. When a certain amount of job experience is achieved from doing tasks related to the specific job, the job is leveled up. At certain levels you receive access to special abilities, such as the ability to craft mob spawners or to use Radar to find ores. These abilities are the incentive to perform jobs related activities. Jobs are aimed to simulate real-world work as closely as possible while allowing for players to have fun.+Jobs are the primary method of earning money on all Horizon Towny servers. You can select ​one job at first and do activities related to this job to earn a set amount of money. For example, a [[jobs:​farmer|Farmer]] earns money by planting and harvesting crops, while a [[jobs:​miner|Miner]] earns money by mining ores. All actions related to a job are worth a certain amount of job experience and money. When a certain amount of job experience is achieved from doing tasks related to the specific job, the job is leveled up. At certain levels you receive access to special abilities, such as the ability to craft mob spawners or to use Radar to find ores. These abilities are the incentive to perform jobs related activities. Jobs are aimed to simulate real-world work as closely as possible while allowing for players to have fun.
  
 ==== Unlocking Job Slots ==== ==== Unlocking Job Slots ====
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 +When you first start the server you are allowed one job. You can pick that job with ''/​j select''​. View the list below to see how to unlock job slots.
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 +^ Number of Jobs^ Job Level^ Unlocks^ Xp Gain^
 +|1 |level 10| 2nd job slot | 100% xp gain |
 +|3 |level 25| 3rd job slot | 50% xp gain |
 +|6 |level 30| 4th job slot | 50% xp gain |
 +|9 |level 35| 5th job slot | 25% xp gain |
 +|12 |level 40| 6th job slot| 25% xp gain |
 +|15 |level 40| 7th job slot| 25% xp gain |
 +
 +====Job Cooldown====
 +
 +There is a cooldown for how often you can change jobs. The rate of cooldown depends on how many job slots you have unlocked currently (see below). You can pay $80.00 per min of cooldown using ''/​job cooldown''​. With the tab complete function you can either use "​all"​ or it will display the exact amount of money you would need to remove the cooldown. You can also give a lesser amount and it will take a portion of the cooldown off. 
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 +^ Job Slots Unlocked ^ Job Cooldown^
 +|1 | 0 min|
 +|2 | 30 min|
 +|3 | 1 hr|
 +|4 | 2 hrs|
 +|5 | 3 hrs|
 +|6 | 6 hrs|
 +|7 | 12 hrs|
  
 ==== Job Commands ==== ==== Job Commands ====
 +
 +Please Note: ''​ /j ''​ is interchangeable with ''​ /jobs ''​
 +
 +
 +''​ /j select''​\\
 +Displays a graphical user interface which allows for you to select jobs by clicking on the icons for the desired jobs.
 +\\
 +Note: You do not lose any job experience as a result of removing jobs and selecting new jobs.
 +\\
 +Note: Job selection has a cooldown of 15 minutes with one job slot, 30 minutes with two job slots and 60 minutes with three or more job slots.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j browse''​\\
 +Displays a graphical user interface which allows for you to select jobs by clicking on the icons for the desired jobs.
 +\\
 +Note: You do not lose any job experience as a result of removing jobs and selecting new jobs.
 +\\
 +Note: Job selection has a cooldown of 15 minutes with one job slot, 30 minutes with two job slots and 60 minutes with three or more job slots.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j browse [job name]''​\\
 +Brings up a graphical user interface that shows all available ways to make money and job experience with a particular job.
 +\\
 +Note: The amount of money shown is based on your current job level and increases as you level up the job
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j info [job name]''​\\
 +Brings up a graphical user interface that shows all available ways to make money and job experience with a particular job.
 +\\
 +Note: The amount of money shown is based on your current job level and increases as you level up the job
 +\\
 +\\
 +''/​j cooldown''​\\
 +Allows you to pay $80.00 per min of job cooldown. You can also give a lesser amount and it will take a portion of the cooldown off.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j stats [player name]''​\\
 +Lists your current jobs if no player name is set.
 +If a player name is entered after the command, lists the current jobs and the levels for the player.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j stats all [player name]''​\\
 +Lists all of your jobs and job levels, and shows which jobs are currently active.
 +If a player name is entered after the command, lists all jobs and job levels for the player.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j unlock [job name]''​\\
 +Lists the unlockable advanced jobs for a particular job. A new advanced job is unlockable every 10 job levels.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''​ /j upgrade [job name]''​\\
 +Allows for players to select an unlocked advanced job.
 +\\
 +\\
 +''/​j [command] ?''​\\
 +Shows information in-game about a particular job command.
 +\\
 +\\
 +
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