Stonehearth Console Commands | 100% Working

For those who are looking for a way to get rewards and items in the game without putting in too much effort, Stonehearth console commands and cheats may be the answer. In this article, we’ll provide you with all the console commands and show you how to enable and activate them.

How to Use these Console Commands?

To start using commands in Stonehearth, press Ctrl + C. This will allow you to type a command. You also have the option to select an item and enter the command.

All Stonehearth Console Commands & Cheats 2021

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Check out the list of console commands below:

  • query_pf – Using this command in Stonehearth will run the query pathfinder command without any arguments.
  • toggle_profile_long_ticks – Using this command in Stonehearth enables or disables the per-game-tick profiling of the LUA code.
  • collect_cpu_profile – Using this command in Stonehearth results in the collection of a LUA code profile for the particular duration. This duration is in ms, and its default is 30s. Entered as : collect_cpu_profile 150000
  • get_cost – Using this command will give you the cost of the building you selected, or arg 0. Entered as : get_cost object: //game/12345
  • world_seed – Using this command returns the current world’s world seed. Entered as : world_seed
  • get_game_mode – Using this command will display the game mode of the current game. The mode can be either peaceful or normal.
  • set_time – Using this command will set the game time to the time passed in. Entered as : set_time 1:25PM
  • reset – Using this command will reset the location of the entity to a proper one on the ground. Entered as : reset
  • world_seed – Using this command will return the world seed of the current world. Entered as : world_seed
  • dump_inaccessible_items – Using this command will result in the dumping of all towm inventory items that aren’t in storage. It will also dump items that are not in the world. The items will be dumped around the town banner.
  • set_blink – Using this command enables your hearthlings to move a little quicker.
  • spawn_effect – Using this command will result in the spawning of an effect on the selected entity. You will also have the option to loop the effect for an indefinite period of time. You can add a delay in between the spawn loops (in ms). Entered as spawn_effect/stonehearth/data/effects/level_up true 1000
  • teleport – Using this command teleports the entity you have selected or passed in the entity id. This command displays a UI to enable selection of a location. Entered as teleport 12345
  • set_amenity – Using this command will result in a change in the player’s relationship or amenity with the faction of the selected entity (can be friendly, neutral or hostile). Entered as : set_amenity hostile
  • destroy_scaffolding – Using this command will destroy the scaffolding of a selected building, or arg 0. Entered as : destroy_scaffolding object://game/12345
  • add_exp – Using this command in Stonehearth will add experience points to job of the presently-selected entity.
  • add_gold – Using this command will add gold to the inventory of the current player. If you enter a negative value, the gold will subtract. Entered as : add_gold 1000
  • set_attr – Using this command will set the attribute for the selected entity to a specific value. Entered as : set_attr health 10
  • set – Using this command sets the attribute of a selected entity to a specific value. Entered as : set health 10
  • change_score – Using this command will change a specified score on the selected entity by a specific amount. Entered as : change_score nutrition -10
  • reset_location – Using this command results in the location of an entity being reset to a proper location on the ground. Entered as reset_location {optional x y z}
  • destroy_all – Using this command in Stonehearth results in the destruction of all the entities that have the same url as the selected entity. To use this command, you first need to open the Entity Tracker.
  • dump_cache_stats – Using this command will display spatial cache stats.
  • dump_trace_stats – Using this command will result in the dumping of a table with all tracked server and client memory.
  • print_ai_stack – Using this command prints the current coroutine stack trace of the ai.
  • dump_memory_stats – Using this command in Stonehearth will result in the dumping of a table with all tracked server and client memory.
  • select_storage – Using this command will select the storage that contains the selected entity, if it has one.
  • add_buff – Using this command will add your specified buff uri to the entity that has been currently selected. Entered as : add_buff stonehearth:buffs:starving
  • make_hungry – Using this command will make your selected entity hungry if it has the calorie attribute. Entered as : make_hungry
  • reset_scores – Using this command will reset the scores of the selected entity to their starting values. Entered as : reset_scores
  • make_full – Using this command will make your selected entity full if it has the calorie attribute. Entered as : make_full
  • reproduce – Using this command in Stonehearth after selecting a pasture forces that pasture to reproduce an animal. Entered as : reproduce
  • get_entity_info – Using this command will let you acquire all information about an entity even if it has been destroyed. Entered as : get_entity_info 82215
  • set_game_speed – Using this command will set the speed of the game to your specified amount multiplied with the default game speed. Entered as : set_game_speed 5
  • renew – Using this command will make the selected entity renew its source. Can be Entered to make sheep grow wool again. Entered as : renew
  • grow – Using this command tells your selected entity to grow. For example, you can use this command to make a lamb grow into a sheep. Entered as : grow

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