Daily Rewards are a simple way to earn free items just by playing! By syncing your discord and forums account, and playing on Parkour for 1 hour each day, you are able to claim
/cow for free rewards. More information on how to sync, claim your rewards, and what rewards there are can be found on our Daily Rewards article.
CAUTION: You should be in Normal World of Parkour to receive your Daily Rewards. You may use
/spawnbefore you vote to prevent receiving items (potions, pearls, etc) in other worlds, where they may become stuck. We do not replace Daily Rewards received in Map World due to the availability of creative mode.
Daily Challenges were introduced after the Parkour Update in November 2020 as a feature for players to earn double rewards on maps. These give players another option for obtaining mana quickly.
You can access the daily challenges menu through using
You can only do each daily challenge map once a day to prevent players from constantly playing daily challenge maps to farm mana. The daily challenges reset every 24 hours on reboot (9AM EST). Once they have reset and shuffled to new maps, you are able to claim the double mana rewards again!
As parkour has a limited need for shops that sell items to further help players in the game, the
/shop function is mainly cosmetics, with the ability to purchase trails, balloons, hats, and disguises! These can help to spice up the aesthetics of yourself, and those around you, adding a fun twist to the gameplay. You can also view your shop purchase history!
NOTE: The shop will rotate it's available stock every Saturday 10PM EDT.
The shop offers 5 hats, 3 balloons, 2 design banners, 1 disguise and 1 particle effect. In total there are 200+ hats, 60 balloons, 50 banners, 30 disguises & 25 particles to unlock, so make sure to check back each week to see what you can buy!
Parkour’s spawn is where you’ll find yourself between completing maps, traveling to and from mapmaker and when you first join the server! From spawn you can do all sorts of things, like continue with the previously mentioned activities or you can take on a new challenge with the Spawn Parkour!
When you spawn -or respawn- you can turn around and head to your right, there will be a gold pressure plate labeled as “Spawn Parkour” and a “Block Changer” command block behind it! Stepping on the pressure plate will teleport you randomly above spawn, onto your very own course of 3 blocks.
Stepping on this pressure plate will then teleport you to the spawn parkour course, located anywhere above spawn.
Every time you jump from one of your 3 blocks to the other in the order they appear, a new one will appear. The jumps are usually simple (unless you collide with another player) although it can be difficult to keep up with the jumps for long periods of time, making it challenging to get higher scores and better rewards.
NOTE: Spawn parkour is endless, it will keep going until you fall.
The Block Changer system can be accessed by right clicking the command block at spawn and through the
/spawnpk command, these will bring up this GUI:
The first line of wool blocks are accessible for anyone regardless of donator rank or parkour ability to use. This includes white, lime, magenta, lightblue, yellow, red, and black wool.
The second line of blocks is a variety of ores all players can unlock for use through working through the levels of spawn parkour! Each jump counts as a new level, the requirements for each new block are listed below:
The fourth and final line of accessible blocks are only useable by players that have a Donator Rank, each block is accessible at these ranks:
Other than the block changer rewards, there’s also the coveted [Jumper] tag, one you can only unlock when you hit 1000 jumps consecutively on the Spawn Parkour, this can be quite the rage inducing challenge so be wary if you take it on… and good luck!
The final reward set for spawn parkour is a good one… Mana! Every 25 Jumps you will receive 5 mana. This reward is infinite as long as you don’t fall, so it’s a good way to gather some more if you need a quick fix for your next rankup!
WARNING: If you relog or are on spawn parkour during a reboot you will lose your current score and fall, use
/rebootto see if your attempts will clash
There are many ways to navigate to Parkour Maps. You may use the nether star in your hot bar to open the keystone menu, the Parkour Log, or warp to a specific course by name, e.g.
To see the full List of Maps that includes map name and theme.
If you look to the far left of your hotbar, you will see the nether star (highlighted).
Clicking on this will open the Parkour warp menu which can also be accessed with
The five colored wools at the top represent the five parkour difficulties: Easy, Medium, Hard, Expert and Insane. Clicking on one of these wool blocks will take you to the Parkour Log for the corresponding difficulty. You can also teleport to these difficulties with
/(difficulty). For example, to teleport to the Easy Courses, you would type
NOTE: You must be the Skilled rank or above to access Expert and Insane maps.
The nether star on the bottom left will open up the Rank menu, which can also be accessed with
The blaze powder will open up the Cosmetics menu.
The comparator will open up the Settings. In this menu, changes can be made to Player Visibility, Chat Visibility, Night Mode, the Sidebar, the Radio, Private Messages, Server Tips, Speed Modification and the Server Chat Filter.
The clock in the bottom center of the keystone menu will open up the Daily Challenges menu.
The wooden axe teleports you to the Map Maker World, which can also be accessed with
The hopper in the middle right of the log menu opens the dropper menu, which can also be accessed with
The beacon to the far bottom right will open the Adventure Map menu.
The Parkour Log is packed full of features that allow you to track completed courses, map completions, Challenge Mode times, as well as giving the option to directly teleport to a specific course.
When you open the GUI with
/log, there are 5 wool blocks representing the 5 difficulties to choose from. The difficulties range from Easy to Insane. A brief description of the difficulties is given below. For this example we chose the Easy difficulty.
TIP: For more information on difficulties, refer to the article on Creating Parkour Maps.
This difficulty is intended for beginners, and includes simple jumps. Completing an Easy map will earn you 15 Mana, and 15 Score, unless you have a donator rank. If you have MVP, you will earn 22 Mana and 15 Score. If you have MVP+ or Elite, you will earn 30 Mana and 15 Score.
This difficulty is intended for those who have a little bit of parkour experience. There will be some harder jumps introduced. Completing a Medium map will earn you 30 Mana, and 30 Score. If you have a donator rank you will earn additional Mana. If you have MVP, you will earn 45 Mana and 30 Score. If you have MVP+ or Elite, you will earn 60 Mana.
Hard maps are recommended for those who are experienced, and there will be longer courses with harder jumps. Completing a Hard map will earn you 60 Mana, and 60 Score. If you have the MVP donator rank, you will earn 90 Mana and 60 Score. If you have MVP+, you will earn 120 Mana and 60 Score.
You need Skilled Rank to unlock this difficulty. These maps are even more challenging. Completing an Expert map will earn you 100 Mana, and 100 Score. With the MVP donator rank, you will earn 150 Mana and 100 Score. If you have MVP+ or Elite, you will earn 200 Mana and 100 Score.
You need Skilled Rank to unlock this difficulty. This is the most challenging difficulty on Manacube. The courses are around 100-150 jumps (depending on the map.) Completing an Insane map will earn you 200 Mana, and 200 Score. If you are MVP, you will earn 300 Mana and 200 Score. If you are MVP+ or Elite, you will earn 400 Mana and 200 Score.
Once you have selected the course difficulty from
/log you will be shown a GUI with available courses. As a new player, the glass blocks will all be red. As you complete courses, the glass pane will turn blue. Hovering over a glass pane will give information about each course.
NOTE: A green glass pane means you completed the map in the previous season. Complete it again to turn the pane blue.
The wool at the top of the page indicates what difficulty you are viewing. Green wool indicates the Easy courses.
The diamond at the top will teleport you to a random map of that difficulty that you haven’t yet completed. Right clicking the diamond will put you into challenge mode.
The hopper at the top of the menu will allow you to filter maps based on Positive Ratings, Global Completions, Personal Completions, Least Completions, Newly Added, Alphabetical, and Uncompleted.
The arrow on the bottom left/right will take you to the previous/next page of maps.
For example, clicking on the pane for the Snowman course will take you to a GUI where you can select from Normal Mode or Challenge Mode. Choosing either will take you to
/log snowman where you can enjoy parkouring.
You can also use
/prac to enable Practice Mode on the course.
The average rating for that course is shown on the log.
Once you have finished a course, the glass pane will turn into a clock for 1 hour, and then into a blue glass pane. The map goes into a cooldown period for 1 hour after completing it. If the map is completed again within the cooldown period, only 50% mana and EXP will be awarded. You may hover over any courses to see the stats for that course. Your record time is only recorded in Challenge Mode.
NOTE: If a map is completed in challenge mode, the glass pane will appear enchanted.
Players can use
/practice to enable or disable practice mode. When you enter practice mode you will have the ability to fly so you can attempt jumps over and over again. You will also get a tag that displays above your head that shows you are in practice mode. During practice mode players cannot complete maps, set checkpoints, interact with puzzles and other objects or warp to another world.
Donator maps are accessible to all players with a donator rank and provide extra maps for players to test their skills on. The maps vary in difficulty from Easy to Insane and can be found at
/warp donator, or clicking on the diamond in
Typically donator maps are easier with access to the various
/speed levels available to VIP players and above, although that isn’t always the case. Some of these maps have other aspects that players might find challenging, such as fewer checkpoints, or confusing pathways. The difficulty of each map can be found at the start on a sign or indicated by the glass outside the map on the walkways that is color coded to match each difficulty.
You can warp to the expert and insane donator maps in a more direct route through this portal found a little down the walkway of
Each map gives the player the same rewards for what would be given in a standard map from that difficulty and can be played multiple times for repeated rewards.
There is an alternative way to earn Mana and a different way to parkour: droppers! These are special maps where you will have to fall to a certain spot in order to beat the map. There may be water or slime for you to land on, depending on the map. These maps may be accessed through the dropper NPC at spawn, or with
Simlilarly to parkour maps, droppers are split into the five difficulties; easy, medium, hard, expert, and insane. There are also Donator Droppers, which require a donator rank to access. Donator droppers have a mix of all 5 difficulties.
Players can create their own dropper maps to be judged, just like a regular map. Once you have completed a map, you will receive the Initial Reward, but if you complete it again, you will receive the Repeat Reward, which is a significantly less amount of Mana. This is because droppers would be easily farmable otherwise.
TIP: Dropper Maps will give EXP when you complete them for the first time. The repeat reward will only give you Mana!
The more difficult the dropper is, the higher the rewards will be. The dropper difficulty is determined by obstacles, landing platforms,and puzzles!
|Easy||25 Mana/EXP||0 Mana|
|Medium||50 Mana/EXP||3 Mana|
|Hard||100 Mana/EXP||5 Mana|
|Expert||150 Mana/EXP||10 Mana|
|Insane||250 Mana/EXP||15 Mana|
Every 2 hours a Mana Fairy will spawn at the end of a random map. A message will be broadcasted telling everyone when this happens, and a button to click to teleport to that map. (You can also type /fairy)
The Fairy only spawns in the Challenge World, and the first 30 players to reach it will be rewarded 100 Mana! Claiming 100 fairies is also one of the prestige challenge requirements.
Tip: Right click the fairy to claim it!