Note: this plug-in requires more installation work than most other plug-ins. You really need to check the installation section or one of the tutorials.
- Native Minecraft Version:
- Legacy (< 1.13)
- Tested Minecraft Versions:
- Source Code:
This plug-in allows server owners to add custom items with custom textures to their server. A server resourcepack will be used to achieve the custom textures. It will use resourcepack tricks, so no existing minecraft items will be lost.
This plug-in will provide the following features:
- Simple custom items that have their own texture, but no big other features.
- Custom tools, including swords, pickaxes, bows, shields, and more
- Custom armor (but most pieces require Optifine for full functionality)
- Custom crafting recipes (can include both regular minecraft items and custom items from this plug-ins)
- Let mobs and blocks drop custom items (or regular items)
- Wands and guns that can fire custom projectiles
- Custom containers (some kind of custom crafting station/furnace)
Text: https://knokko.github.io/custom items/tutorials/basic tools.html
Custom containers (video): https://knokko.github.io/custom items/tutorials/containers/index.html
Wands and guns (text): https://knokko.github.io/custom items/tutorials/wands and guns/index.html
If you can, use /kci debug
If that doesn't work, check out https://knokko.github.io/custom items/troubleshooting.html
Supported minecraft versions
Minecraft 1.8 and earlier can't be supported, unless everyone has Optifine. Minecraft 1.9 to minecraft 1.11 could be supported, but it wouldn't work for players joining in minecraft 1.8. Besides, it would be quite some work and these versions are very legacy...
- Minecraft 1.12.2
- Minecraft 1.13.2
- Minecraft 1.14.4
- Minecraft 1.15.2
- Minecraft 1.16.4/5
- Minecraft 1.17.0/1
- Minecraft 1.18.2
By putting disableoutput between /kci and the rest of the command, you can disable command feedback/output, which can be useful when executing the command in an automated fashion.
- /customitems damage <amount> [player name] will decrease the remaining durability of the custom tool in the main hand of the target player (the player with name player name) by amount. If the remaining durability is smaller than (or equal to) amount, it will be destroyed. Only players with the customitems.damage permission can use this command.
- /kci debug looks for installation errors, and sends them back as chat message.
- /kci encode can be used to use complicated crafting ingredients in custom recipes.
- /kci give <item name> [player name] [amount] will give a custom item to a player
- /kci list sends the names of all custom items as a chat message
- /kci reload will reload the config and items, but not the textures
- /customitems repair <amount> [player name] will increase the remaining durability of the custom tool in the main hand of the target player (the player with name player name) by amount. This command will not repair the tool beyond the maximum durability (if current durability + amount is larger than the maximum durability, the durability will be set to the maximum durability). Only players with the customitems.repair permission can use this command.
- /kci setblock <block> [x] [y] [z] [world] will place the given custom block at (x, y, z) in the given world. Only players with the customitems.setblock permission can use this command.
- /customitems take [page] [target player] lets the target player take custom items from an in-game GUI. The page is needed when you have more than 54 custom items. By default, this command will use the command executor as target player and page 1. This command requires the permission customitems.take.
If you need more detailed information about these steps, use one of the tutorials.
- Download and run the Editor.
- Configure the items and textures you want.
- Click on one of the Export buttons. Open the Custom Item Sets folder on your computer (it should be in your Documents or Home folder, depending on operating system).
- Upload the .cis file inside that folder to YourServerFolder/plugins/CustomItems (you might have to create this folder first). If your server host doesn't allow you to upload files, you can use the .txt file in the same directory instead.
- Install Knokko Core for the right minecraft version (really, it won't work without this supporting plug-in). Installing this one is easy: just put it in your plugins folder.
- Optional: Install ActionBarAPI to display custom tool durability and wand/gun cooldowns. See https://knokko.github.io/custom items/compatibility/positive.html for details.
- Put this plug-in in your plugins folder.
- The .zip file in the Custom Item Sets folder is the resourcepack you will need. You can ask your players to install it, or make it your server resourcepack (but this can be an annoying task).
Knokko's Custom Items 10.7
A custom items plug-in with custom textures
Excellent plugin, its really easy to make custom items using this, especially with the video guides. Support is excellent too, had a problem with a bedrock user conflict and author was able to fix the issue same day as well as active on discord and very helpful. Recommend this plugin!
This plugin is really great and even if it seems more complicated to work directly from another program on pc, it's really very accessible, a possibility to put in French would have been nice but we'll do with it.
I find it difficult to make blocks to put down on the other hand and being able to make doors and hatches would be a significant plus.
A plugin that is free and very easy to use, I knew nothing about special items and special models. I learned thanks to this plugin and its editor. Thank you for continuing to develop this plugin. I hope new features come faster. (It would be nice if there were some more features about special blocks.)