- Tested Minecraft Versions:
This plugin currently has 2 key features: handling mob loot and handling chest/inventory loot with advanced options and timer settings. I will only give a very brief description of the features in this section. Users can configure loot configs, which have advanced settings such as custom item names, custom lore, enchantments and randomized damage. In addition to this, configs may also specify a randomized amount of money. These loot configs can then be linked to specific mobs, either globally, or world specific. Chest configs are an extension on loot configs. They have additional options such as a broadcast message and an online player requirement. This plugin gives feedback to the player trough messages that can all be configured in a seperate config.
Important: A detailed explanation of this plugin can be found at http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/lootmanager/. I only keep a basic overview here because it is a hassle to constantly synchronize the spigot and bukkit pages.
- If you want to use the money features of this plugin, you need Vault (and an enconomy plugin that supports Vault).
- This plugin was previously known as ChestFiller. Because so many things have changed (config files, database structure) the old ChestFiller configs and database are incompatible. You have to relink all your chests if you want to upgrade.
Manage chest loot, dungeon loot, mob loot, ...