|Identity Format||The identity format for DurationTags is the number of seconds, followed by an 's'.|
|Description||Durations are a unified and convenient way to get a 'unit of time' throughout Denizen.
Many commands and features that require a duration can be satisfied by specifying a number and unit of time, especially command arguments that are prefixed 'duration:', etc.
The unit of time can be specified by using one of the following:
t=ticks (0.05 seconds), s=seconds, m=minutes (60 seconds), h=hours (60 minutes), d=days (24 hours), w=weeks (7 days), y=years (365 days).
Not using a unit will imply seconds.
Examples: 10s, 50m, 1d, 20.
Specifying a range of duration will result in a randomly selected duration that is in between the range specified.
The smaller value should be first. Examples: '10s-25s', '1m-2m'.
The input of 'instant' or 'infinite' will be interpreted as 0 (for use with commands where instant/infinite logic applies).