Energetic Storage 0.4.1-SNAPSHOT

Applied Energistics 2 for your SpigotMC server.

  1. SeanOMik
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.15
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/SeanOMik/EnergeticStorage
    Applied Energistics 2 for your SpigotMC server!

    Energetic Storage is a plugin that is heavily inspired by a forge mod named, Applied Energistics 2. If you don't know what Applied Energistics 2 is, its a mod that allows the player to store large amounts of items, sometimes hundreds of thousands, in just a few blocks. If you run into any issues, create a GitHub issue, DM me, or create a message in the discussion tab, instead of leaving it in a review.

    Items And Blocks:
    • 1k, 4k, 16k, and 64k, drives.
      • The drives are needed to store items. 1k can store 1024 items, 4k can store 4096 and so on (1024 * how many thousand).
      • All drives have a type limit set at 128. This means that only 128 different item types can be added to a single drive.
        • Can be changed in config.
    • ES System
      • The ES System is what keeps the drives inside of it and is used to access the items stored on the drives.
      • You can trust players into the system, they will have just as much access as you do.
      • Only the system owner can trust players.
      • All items are stored in a way that saves ALL NBT data of the items.
      • Public ES Systems:
        • Anybody will have access to take items from the system.
        • Only trusted players and the owner of the system can destroy it.
    Permissions:
    • energeticstorage.*: Gives all Energetic Storage permissions. Default: "op"
    • energeticstorage.reload: Gives permission to reload the Energetic Storage configuration files. Default: "op"
    • energeticstorage.esgive: Gives permission to give an Energetic Storage item to themselves. Default: "op"
    • energeticstorage.esgive.others: Gives permission to give an Energetic Storage item to others. Default: "op"
    • energeticstorage.system.open.untrusted: Gives permission to open an ES System that the player is not trusted on. Default: "op"
    • energeticstorage.system.create: Gives permission to create an ES System. Default: "Everyone"
    • energeticstorage.system.destroy.untrusted: Gives permission to destroy a system the player isn't trusted on. Default: "op"

    Commands:
    • /esreload
    • /esgive [drive/system] [1k, 4k, 16k, 64k] (player)

    If you're wondering how to create an ES System, go to this link and follow the tutorial there.


    Config:
    Config.yml:
    Code (YAML):
    driveMaxTypes: 128 # Sets the drives max type limit.
    Players.yml is where all player data is stored. I would recommend not messing with this file as it will likely cause errors and item loss!

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Recent Reviews

  1. Gustavo_Player
    Gustavo_Player
    5/5,
    Version: 0.4.1-SNAPSHOT
    Amazing plugin. =D
    1. SeanOMik
      Author's Response
      Thanks, glad you like it!
  2. SnowCutieOwO
    SnowCutieOwO
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3-SNAPSHOT
    Just the plugin I want.
    Can you add 1.12 support?
    And then make the driver more customable
    (Such as config can add a new kind of driver that have 6K or other size that are different from normal storage items.
    And add a permission for players to use.(If have a special permission, this player can set the permission name to decide who can use the storage system faster.
    1. SeanOMik
      Author's Response
      I will take a look at supporting more MC versions and adding support for adding custom drive sizes
  3. GamingWubba93
    GamingWubba93
    5/5,
    Version: 0.2-SNAPSHOT
    Simply one of the best plugins! This plugin is developed by an amazing developer who puts so much effort into their plugins! Some of the best plugin support I have ever received as well!
  4. GamingWubba93
    GamingWubba93
    5/5,
    Version: 0.1-SNAPSHOT
    Awesome plugin with a great & helpful developer! You can really tell they put a lot of time into this!