The IPlayer interface allows you to view certain information on a specific player and interact with said one. Mostly used in Event Handlers and Recipe Functions.


Zengetters are for retrieving information. Usually either assigned to a variable or used in a method/function.

Zengetter What does it do Return Type Usage
id returns the player’s id string player.id
name returns the player’s name string player.name
data returns the player’s data IData player.data
xp returns the player’s experience level. Can also be used to set a player’s experience level int player.xp
hotbarSize returns the player’s hotbar size int player.hotbarSize
inventorySize returns the player’s inventory size int player.inventorySize
currentItem returns the item the player is currently holding IItemStack player.currentItem
creative returns if the player is currently in creative mode (a.k.a gamemode 1) bool player.creative
adventure returns if the player is currently in adventure mode (a.k.a gamemode 2) bool player.adventure
x returns the player’s current X position in the world double player.x
y returns the player’s current y position in the world double player.y
z returns the player’s current z position in the world double player.z


Zenmethods are for doing things with other things, in this case with a player.

ZenMethod Parameter Type(s) What does it do Example
removeXP(XPtoRemove) int Removes the given experience levels from the player. player.removeXP(1)
update(IData) Idata Updates the playerdata to the provided IData.
sendChat(Message) string OR IChatMessage Sends the player a Chat Message. player.sendChat("Hello my old friend")
getHotbarStack(index) int Returns the item at the given index within the player’s hotbar. player.getHotbarStack(3)
getInventoryStack(index) int Returns the item at the given index within the player’s inventory. player.getInventoryStack(3)
give(item) IItemStack Give the player the provided item. Item is an IItemStack. player.give(<minecraft:gold_ingot>)