Is there any commands to give yourself more carbon/plasma so to test different buildings and stuff?
I've compiled a list of all the console commands I've found. Let me know what I've missed! Note that many of these will not work without cheats enabled.
connect xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxxx - connects you to a server with ip:port disconnect - disconnects you from the server exit - closes natural selection 2 quit - closes natural selection 2 map mapname - loads the named map name anystringoftext - changes your name to anystringoftext. haven't figured out how to include spaces.
cheats 1 - turns cheats on cheats 0 turns cheats off (ends game aswell) jointeamone - joins the marine team jointeamtwo - joins the alien team readyroom - joins the readyroom spectate - joins as a spectator addbot - adds a bot removebot -removes a bot
j1 - joins the marine team j2 - joins the alien team rr - joins the readyroom
thirdperson - view your character model in thirdperson kill - suicide reset - restarts the game points # - displays a number of points as if you had just killed something tooltip anystringoftext - displays anystringoftext as a tooltip ents - returns a list of entities that currently exist in the game say anystringoftext - speaks to all (for some reason using the console command cuts off the first and last letters of the string) teamsay anystringoftext - speaks to team darwinmode - unlimited ammo (typing it again shuts it off) highdamage - increases damage done by... a bunch takedamage - deals a high ammount of damage to you. It seems to be varied. switch - switches you between teams alltech - I would assume this upgrades all possible tech, but I haven't been able to get it to do anything as of yet
logout - leaves the command chair carbon # - gives you any number of carbon points plasma # - gives you any number of plasma points
closemenu - not sure what this does showarmorymenu - shows the marine armory menu from anywhere closearmorymenu - closes the marine armory menu
heavy - changes you into a heavy armor marine with no guns. you can use the give commands to give yourself guns in heavy mode but you will not see the models. giveammo - gives you one clip of ammo for your currently equipped weapon (notice theres no space in this command) give medpack - gives you a medpack catpack - gives you a catpack (doesn't seem to have any function, only the sound) give shotgun - gives you a shotgun give rifle - gives you a rifle give grenadelauncher - gives you a grenadelauncher addon for your rifle give flamethrower - gives you a flame thrower (no model, just sounds) give jetpack - gives you a jetpack (sounds only, no functionality)
give sentry turret - spawns a sentry turrent (it's turret not turreNt!) give masc - spawns an MASC (NS2 version of the siege cannon) give armory - spawns an armory (careful, this will put you inside the armory!) give infantry portal - spawns an infantry portal at your feet infantryportal - spawns an infantry portal at a default IP location in marine start
give hydra - spawns a hydra (does not seem to grow as opposed to doing it manually through a gorge) give skulk - spawns a skulk that you can shoot at or bite! give gorge - spawns a gorge that you can shoot at or bite! give lerk - spawns a lerk that you can shoot at or bite!
*note: "give" also works for crag, shift, shade, fade and onos, but you will only hear a sound. there will be no model for these.
skulk - changes you to a skulk gorge - changes you to a gorge lerk - changes you to a lerk fade - changes you to a fade (note: when using this command, make sure you are not on the ground or you will fall through the map. Try getting on the wall as a skulk and using the command then) onos - changes you to an onos (note: when using this command, make sure you are not on the ground or you will fall through the map. Try getting on the wall as a skulk and using the command then)
net_stats - gives you network information r_stats 1 - turns on various graphics stats like FPS among other things (r_stats 0 to turn off) r_wireframe - turns on wireframe mode. Really cool! (for some reason "r_wireframe 1" does nothing, but "r_wireframe 0" shuts it off) r_shadows 0 - turns off dynamic shadows which improves performance ("r_shadows" turns them back on, NOT "r_shadows 1")
Thanks lucid and everyone else! Added info to first post. All commands are also listed in a different format in the wiki: