This command adds an item to your inventory, relative to the blueprint, amount and quality specified. You can specify only part of the blueprint instead of the full blueprint, provided it is a unique part that no other blueprints have (e.g. 'gem' is shared between the Blue Gem, Green Gem and Red Gem, so it cannot be used, but 'Absorbent' is only in 'Absorbent Substrate' so it is fine). See our Ark ID list for item IDs, blueprints, GFI codes, etc.
The syntax for this Ark admin command is as follows:
|Blueprint / GFI Type: GFI Code||The blueprint of the item you wish to add. You can include just part of the blueprint (provided it is unique).|
|Amount Type: Number||The amount of the item(s) you wish to give.|
|Quality Type: Number||The quality you wish the item(s) to have.|
|Force Blueprint Type: Boolean||Specify '0' to add the item to your inventory, '1' to add the blueprint of the item to your inventory.|
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Adjust the settings below to automatically generate a command. Once you've got everything right, hit the Copy button and paste it into the console in Ark.
ChargeBattery is the GFI code for a Charge Battery. This command would give you 1 (first number) Charge Battery with a low quality (the second number, 1). Because the Force Blueprint argument is 0 (third number), you would receive the Charge Battery as an item, not as a blueprint.
The above command is the same as the first example (it gives you 1 low quality Charge Battery), but because the final argument (Force Blueprint) is set to 1, you would receive the blueprint for this item, not the actual item.
Polymer_Organic is the GFI code for Organic Polymer. Because the amount argument (first number) is set to 10, this command would give you 10 Organic Polymer. The quality argument is set to 65, which gives you the highest possible quality. The final number is set to 0 (false), which means you would receive the Organic Polymer as an item, not as a blueprint.