The team class represents player teams. Players on the same team can use team features such as teamchat or friendly fire.
A common misconception is that players would be child elements of team elements. This is wrong. Being part of a team is merely a relational connection rather than a change in element hierarchy. To perform logic on all the players of a team you have to use the getPlayersInTeam function.
The element type of this class is: "team".
NOTE: It is likely that the colorR/G/B values will be changed to the more standard color="#RRGGBB" before the final release.
<team name="" colorR="" colorG="" colorB="" friendlyfire=""/>
- name: A name of the team
- colorR: The red component of the team's color
- colorG: The green component of the team's color
- colorB: The blue component of the team's color
- friendlyfire: Should friendly fire be allowed (true/false)
Related scripting functions