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What is Rust, and what exactly does this plugin do?
> Rust is another survival game, like Minecraft, and has unique mechanics that this plugin brings over to Minecraft.
So what are the mechanics in Rust, and why bring them to Minecraft?
> Rust has many mechanics, currently, this plugin has Blueprints and Workbenches only. Let me explain what this is...
For those who don't know, a blue-print is a design/layout for how to build something, think of it as a recipe to make a type of food.
In Rust, high-tier items must first be learned via Blueprint before being crafted. Take for example a diamond sword, you need 1 stick and 2 diamonds to make. With this plugin, you would need to have learned the blueprint for a diamond sword, on top of having the necessary materials to craft it.
Minecraft survival is pretty easy when it comes to crafting. This mechanic will make advancing in survival more difficult, and place rarity on items that must be learned before crating.
How do I get blueprints?
You get a blueprint by creating a Workbench. This is a different type of workbench than a crafting table. You create a workbench by placing certain blocks (configurable) next to each other along with a sign.
There are 3 levels to workbenches, each workbench will progressively give you better and different blueprints than the other.
From there, you click on said sign and are brought up an inventory like this:
Workbenches take a configurable item as input to get a blue-print. Blueprints are given randomly, you will get the blueprint for an item you don't already have. From there, you right-click on a blueprint and can now craft whatever item you learned!
You can also use /research to get a blueprint by holding an item you'd wish to learn the blueprint, running /research, and then trading said item in exchange for a blueprint of that item.
- Fully configurable messages
- Modular system with ability to configure the blocks used, the input, the amount of input, and the items that need blueprints
- Can work without any configuration/pre-requisites
- /blueprint - rustified.blueprint
- /blueprint list
- /blueprint help
- /blueprint info
- /research - rustified.research
More PicsCode (Text):# Welcome to the Rustified configuration file!
# If you have any questions or concerns, message me on Spigot @ Perotin or discord (Perotin#3447)
# Workbench tiers:
# See full list of names here: https://hub.spigotmc.org/javadocs/bukkit/org/bukkit/Material.html
# What item should the workbenches use for researching new items?
# How many of each item should players need to use in order to get a blue print?
# What items can players get through using a level 1 workbench?
info-gui-name: "Blueprint Information"