So…umm. I created a single player world with custom rules and had been working with it for quite some time now. There are few times that I host my world to LAN so me and my cousin can play together. Then there’s that one time that I placed an ownership sign on one of my buildings (while playing solo / single mode this time). The first thing i noticed when I press the ownership sign is that there are two buttons:
What I want is to assign the ownership to my name, so I thought it won’t work if I’m not playing multiplayer or LAN mode. So with this, I went back to menu screen and hosted my world to LAN. Then, upon pressing the ownership sign again, to my surprise, the buttons I saw were:
Ban Aren (Aren is my LAN/multiplayer name)
Owner: King (King is the LAN/multiplayer name of my cousin)
In this part I was really confused, and here are the questions I’ve been wanting to ask in this forum.
Why can’t I set the ownership to my name? I am the one who made the world, I am the one who made and placed the ownership sign, and yet my cousin instead of me gets the option to own the ownership sign. (Also my cousin wasn’t in the world at that time because he was playing a different game.)
Why is there an option to ban myself from the ownership sign? I mean, why would I even ban myself to an ownership or world I made?
Summing up my first and second questions, it feels like my cousin is the admin / owner of the world, and I am the one joining in, which is obviously wrong in all ways. This 3 questions made me think that I’m having a glitch on that part.
I hope everything will be answered in this forum 'cuz I’m really lost at this point.