If you're familiar with the game Rust, ClaimBlocks have a similar interface and mechanics as cupboards.
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- Tested Minecraft Versions:
How it works
On the surface, ClaimBlocks allows players to protect a square radius of chunks. To pick up your ClaimBlock, simply right click it and select the remove button. If you own a ClaimBlock, you also have the ability to clear the authorization list.
Players can authorize themselves on another player's ClaimBlock by right clicking on the block and selecting the authorize button. The authorize button doubles as the indicator for whether or not a player is authorized.
Players can purchase ClaimBlocks of any tier using a simple command. Configuring a ClaimBlock is a simple as right clicking it. Players can use the same functionality to authorize themselves on another player’s ClaimBlock.
Simply drag and drop the jar file into your plugins folder.
Vault and an economy plugin are required for any economy features to function.
Requires Java 16
ClaimBlocks is highly configurable, and includes the ability to change all text to your liking. Plugin configuration is simple and includes comments for easy interpretation.
# block type
# Limit of claim blocks per player
# Permission claimblocks.admin to bypass
# Claim protection settings
# Prevent players to break claim blocks owned by other players
# Block damage only
# Prevents player interaction
# Set to  to disable
# Allow the purchase of ClaimBlocks
# Max tiers supported: 2147483647
# Max cost is a tangible infinite
# Cost for every tier
# Do not change
/claimblocks buy help - List tiers and pricing
/claimblocks buy <tier>
/claimblocks give <player> <tier>
Possible future functionality
Bug reporting / feature requests
Please use the discussion tab to report bugs or request features. If you are reporting a bug, please include the following: the necessary steps to reproduce the issue, any error messages in the server console, a list of all installed plugins (even if you know they don't effect my plugin in any way), and your version of ClaimBlocks (I will first ask you to update to the most recent version if you are not already using it).