SkillRating 1.2

Add competitive skill tracking to your server!

  1. LeeTheENTP
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    SkillRating allows your players to show off just how good they are at PvP combat through a pseudo-competitive ranking system. New players are given a base skill rating (SR), and gain SR by killing other players (and lose SR when killed!).

    Killing unskilled players yields a low SR reward, while high-skilled victims grant large SR gains. This structure encourages players to take on skilled targets instead of grinding weak players.

    Permissions:
    • skillrating.basic - Grants the use of the /skillrating command
    • skillrating.admin - Grants the use of the /skillratingadmin command

    Commands:
    • /skillrating (aliases: /sr, /skill, /sk)
      • /sr check - Checks your SR
      • /sr top - Displays the top 10 players, based on SR
    • /skillratingadmin (aliases: /sra, /sradmin)
      • /sra adjust <player> <int> - Adds SR to a player (enter a negative value to subtract)
      • /sra set <player> <int> - Sets a player's SR to a specific value
      • /sra reset <player> - Resets a player's SR to the initial SR value
      • /sra resetall - Resets every player's SR to the initial SR value
        • Great for starting a new competitive season
      • /sra initial-sr <int> - Sets the initial SR that new players are given
      • /sra min-sr <int> - Sets the minimum SR that a player can have
        • All players below this value will be adjusted to this value on their next PvP death.
      • /sra max-sr <int> - Sets the maximum SR that a player can have
        • All players above this value will be adjusted to this value on their next PvP death.
      • /sra prefix <String> - Sets the plugin's prefix (for commands)
        • Uses &-based color/formatting codes
      • /sra chat-format <String> - Sets the chat format
        • Minecraft's default format is "<%s> %s," where the first %s is the player's display name and the second is the chat message.
        • In order to inject the player's SR prefix with minimal issues, the chat format must be modified. This is compatible with simple chat plugins like EssentialsChat that simply add prefixes/suffixes to a player's display name, but may not work properly with more complicated, multi-channel chat plugins.

    Config:

    Code (Text):
    # Config file for SkillRating. Please use in-game commands to modify the plugin's configuration.
    initial-sr: 100
    min-sr: 0
    max-sr: 500
    prefix: "&8[&bSkillRating&8]&r "
    chat-format: "<%s> %s"
    players:
        00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000: 0

    Official Server: mc.muricagaming.com
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