Remote Chests 1.0.0

Access a select few of your chests from anywhere

  1. ShaneBee
    Native Minecraft Version:
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.13

    Remote Chests allows you to setup a few of your chest and access them from anywhere on the server with a simple GUI.

    It's simple to create a remote chest. Simply place a sign on a chest. On the first line write "[rc]" and on the second line give that chest a nickname (This will show up in the GUI)
    Now you can run the command /remotechest and click on any of your saved chests.

    Players with the right permission can create up to 7 remote chests.

    - Skript - I have tested this on Skript 2.3.5 (MAY work on older version, not guaranteed)

    Spigot Versions:
    - I have tested this on Spigot 1.13.2 .... it MAY work on older versions, but I have not tested.

    - /RemoteChest - Access your remote chests from anywhere, in any world
    - /RemoteChest Help - A little help menu showing you how to create a sign.

    - remotechests.use - Permission to create and use remote chests.

    In the config you can change the prefix shown by this script, as well as the permission and permission message.

    Special Note:
    - Okay so when you open a remote chest, the ACTUAL chest you are opening actually opens.... this may scare players who are nearby the chest if you are not there. This may be a bug with Skript itself, or Spigot, or it may just be vanilla behaviour, I am not sure.


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Recent Reviews

    Version: 1.0.0
    A simple but good Skript. The dev really enhances survival with his easy to setup and well made Skripts.
    1. ShaneBee
      Author's Response
      Thank you very much.
      I can't even remember where I got the idea for this from, but I thought it would be fun and unique. A great way for players to remotely access inventories, without servers having to be overloaded with yamls/sql databases full of user "backpacks" or "vaults"