PolarStar Aug 16, 2012 @ 8:47pm
Does anyone know any Mann Vs. Machine console commands?
I don't, and I'd like to know some.
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♎ Tereze Pyrope ♎ Aug 16, 2012 @ 9:02pm 
Nope.avi
schoAsch Aug 17, 2012 @ 4:37am 
here you got some ;)

tf_mvm_bot_allow_flag_carrier_to_fight
tf_mvm_bot_flag_carrier_health_regen
tf_mvm_bot_flag_carrier_interval_to_1st_upgrade
tf_mvm_bot_flag_carrier_interval_to_2nd_upgrade
tf_mvm_bot_flag_carrier_interval_to_3rd_upgrade
tf_mvm_bot_flag_carrier_movement_penalty
tf_mvm_checkpoint
tf_mvm_checkpoint_clear
tf_mvm_disconnect_on_victory
tf_mvm_force_victory
tf_mvm_jump_to_wave
tf_mvm_min_players_to_start
tf_mvm_miniboss_scale
tf_mvm_missioncyclefile
tf_mvm_popfile
tf_mvm_skill
tf_mvm_tank_health
tf_mvm_tank_kill

tf_mm_servermode
sv_vote_issue_changelevel_allowed_mvm
Team Aug 17, 2012 @ 5:03am 
On top of schoAsch's reply, I can tell you what a few of those do.

tf_mvm_missioncyclefile
EDIT: I discovered a file in my TF2 HLDS folder named 'tf_mvm_missioncycle.res'. When I opened it in Notepad++ (I assume Notepad works just as well) I found this[pastebin.com], which splits the three beginner missions apart from the six more advanced missions and details their popfiles. I currently do not know how to set the map to cycle between the second category (holding the 6 advanced missions) as opposed to the first, but it may have something to do with tf_mvm_skill.

tf_mvm_popfile
This is an important console command. If you're running your personal MvM server (which I assume you are, seeing as you're asking for serverside console commands) you can use this to change between the different missions on a map. Here's all of the following popfiles (some share a name with the map that they're set on):

Map: mvm_mannworks
  • mvm_mannworks = Manouvers
  • mvm_mannworks_advanced = Machine Massacre
  • mvm_mannworks_ironman = Mech Mutilation (This is currently the only endurance mission!)

Map: mvm_coaltown
  • mvm_coaltown = Crash Course
  • mvm_coaltown_advanced = Ctrl+Alt+Destruction
  • mvm_coaltown_advanced2 = CPU Slaughter

Map: mvm_decoy
  • mvm_decoy = Doe's Drill
  • mvm_decoy_advanced = Disk Deletion
  • mvm_decoy_advanced2 = Data Demolition

Credit to Freekkiller7 from this Facepunch thread[facepunch.com] for the popfiles.

sv_vote_issue_changelevel_allowed_mvm
This is just a shot in the dark, so don't quote me on this, but from the name of the console command it's either what allows the use of the changelevel console command in MvM (this is unlikely). It is more likely that it decides whether or not the six players can vote on changing the map to a new one.
Last edited by Team; Aug 17, 2012 @ 5:14am
GL^ Wu Tang Renegade LEK Aug 17, 2012 @ 5:16am 
i wonder if there are commands for credit or cash :]
»xѕєвa360« Aug 17, 2012 @ 5:48am 
not sure about this but i think
it could be
currency_give <cash>
or
give_currency <cash>
Gaddy the Dragon Aug 17, 2012 @ 11:32am 
sv_vote_issue_changelevel_allowed_mvm
This command gives you the ability to choose different difficulty via voting menu
Skizerz Aug 17, 2012 @ 12:19pm 
tf_mvm_skill needs sv cheats, when i turn cheats on and enter the command nothing happens, im guessing a mapchange needs to happen. When mapchange happens it stays at skill lvl 3. in my config on the server i entered

sv_cheats "1"
tf_mvm_skill "5"
sv_cheats "0"

and it still doesn't work, i tried WITHOUT the "sv_cheats "0"" too and it still didn't work

what do?
Originally posted by Skizerz the Derp:
tf_mvm_skill needs sv cheats, when i turn cheats on and enter the command nothing happens, im guessing a mapchange needs to happen. When mapchange happens it stays at skill lvl 3. in my config on the server i entered

sv_cheats "1"
tf_mvm_skill "5"
sv_cheats "0"

and it still doesn't work, i tried WITHOUT the "sv_cheats "0"" too and it still didn't work

what do?

Have you tried entering
sv_cheats 1

tf_mvm_skill 1
tf_mvm_skill 2
tf_mvm_skill 3
tf_mvm_skill 4
tf_mvm_skill 5

You must also be a server operator to use cheats.
happynaru Dec 25, 2012 @ 7:55pm 
Is the command tf_mvm_skill used to determine difficulty? Like "Normal, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert, and Nightmare."
djberg27 Apr 19, 2013 @ 3:03pm 
hey guys, i know this is a older post but is there any command to make a bunch of sentries?
Machina McGibus Apr 19, 2013 @ 3:47pm 
Originally posted by djberg27:
hey guys, i know this is a older post but is there any command to make a bunch of sentries?
ent_create obj_sentrygun Creates sentry
ent_create obj_dispenser Creates dispenser
ent_create obj_teleporter_exit Creates teleporter exit
ent_create obj_teleporter_entrance Creates teleporter entrance

ent_fire !picker setteam 3 Sentry's on BLU side
ent_fire !picker skin 2 Sentry have RED skin
ent_fire !picker skin 1 Sentry have BLU skin
ent_fire !picker color 200 Any targeted entity has RED color
Source.[facepunch.com]
Last edited by Machina McGibus; Apr 19, 2013 @ 3:50pm
djberg27 Apr 19, 2013 @ 4:47pm 
thank you!!!
Belly-Full O' Eggnog Heavy May 11, 2013 @ 6:59pm 
The SFM Beta had really old files. And by looking at commands through files etc. There used to be a command called redrobots done by : tf_set_red_robots_blu_players 1;0
Bread May 11, 2013 @ 7:41pm 
Need a good comment here!
Arkham Knight May 16, 2013 @ 4:18pm 
gye um there is thrity of them (laco co. is were you can find them)
Last edited by Arkham Knight; May 16, 2013 @ 4:18pm
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