Colour Codes for Minecraft Multiplayer and Vanilla

This article lists all of the codes you can use with many plugins in Minecraft using Spigot or Bukkit. Each colour begins with a ‘&’ symbol followed by its letter or number, and the ‘§’ symbol is used in vanilla, listed as follows

 

&0 - Black

&1 - Navy / Dark Blue

&2 - Dark Green

&3 - Teal

&4 - Dark Red

&5 - Purple

&6 - Orange / Gold

&7 - Gray

&8 - Dark Gray

&9 - Blue

&A - Lime Green

&B - Light Blue

&C - Light Red

&D - Pink

&E - Yellow

&F - White

 

You can also use plugins to gain other codes, ones that can make your writing bold or italic and more. Each colour begins with a ‘&’ symbol followed by its letter, listed as follows

 

&M - Strike Through

&N - Underlined

&L - Bold

&K - Random

&i - Italic

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