iDisguise 5.7.3

Disguise as a mob or other player

  1. Robingrether
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    Source Code:

    This plugin enables you to disguise as every mob or as another player.
    It is possible to disguise as some non-living mobs as well (e.g. falling blocks).

    Visit the new iDisguise WIKI for more information.

    Download the latest version (1.12, 1.11, 1.10, 1.9, 1.8)
    iDisguise WIKI
    iDisguise on Twitter
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    Source code on GitHub

    Basic Usage
    To disguise as a mob, just type /d and then append the mob type (e.g. zombie).
    To disguise as a player, just type /d player and then append a player name (e.g. Dinnerbone).

    Please note that you can only see other players' disguise not your own.

    You can find more information (including permission nodes) in the new! iDisguise WIKI.

    Video tutorial by ServerMiner:

    To Do List
    • 1.12 compatibility (5.6.3)
    • see-through feature (5.6.4)
    • disguise entities (5.7.1)
    Plugins using iDisguise

    Special Features
    This plugin includes an update checker, which automatically checks whether an update is available every time you restart/reload your server. This feature is enabled by default and can be disabled by changing updates.check to false in the config.yml. (update/version informations come from which provides a secure API for this)

    This plugin also includes an auto-update function, which automatically downloads every update available. This feature is disabled by default and can be enabled by changing to true in the config.yml. Of course, this feature only works if updates.check is enabled as well. (updates are downloaded directly from so you are safe from malicious content)

    This plugin integrates bStats Metrics to collect and evaluate some statistics. Visit the Plugin Metrics page to find more information about what stats are collected from your server, where they are sent to and how you can disable this if you don't want it.

    This plugin is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. The license text can be found here:


Recent Reviews

  1. Veronix
    Version: 5.7.3
    Where are the fucking Permissions?
  2. Ickania305
    Version: 5.7.3
    good plugin, but where do I find the permissions to this?
    it is not obvious. Please help.
  3. angelosilva09
    Version: 5.7.3
  4. Sandukhan
    Version: 5.7.1
    I like the new feature of the 5.7.1 and also the realy good support from the developer. I will see forward for new updates in the futuere ;P.
  5. AgainstTheNight
    Version: 5.7.1
    Amazing plugin/API. The added support for disguising living entities is just wonderful. I'm trying to be constructive, but I honestly have nothing bad to say about it. Awesome job creating this useful tool :)
  6. Kehue
    Version: 5.6.4
    Nice plugins, but there is one bug in this one, after installed is not compatible with other plugins and when in the console, wrote /op someone will didn't work. sorry for bad speak
    1. Robingrether
      Author's Response
      This is going to be fixed in the next update.
  7. xScarletVixen
    Version: 5.6.4
    I love this plugin but there is one feature I would love to see get added. If there was a way to make us sit when we're disguised as wolves or cats that would be awesome.
  8. Fomafomitch
    Version: 5.6.4
    Nice pluggin ! But I need help : I can't delete a message in "language.yml" I want it do display no feedback at all for certain command (all I can do is a empty message...).
    Also is there a way to communicate with other pluggin ? I want to automatically /undisguise when you enter a combat or a faction territory.
  9. Porkchop
    Version: 5.6.4
    Good plugin, i wish i could see myself change though but its funny turning others into a chicken with it (different plugin, this is a dependency) and they don't even know whats up because it doesnt show!
  10. V8min
    Version: 5.6.4
    Excellent plugin!

    I have one suggestion (which, furthermore, I would be willing to pay a small fee to see realised): to prevent people from being able to message players disguised as mobs.