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- Languages Supported:
- French, Spanish, Norwegian, German, Russian, Korean, Italian, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Taiwanese, Polish
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New: as of 0.96.0.0 release, as an experiment, we will be
posting the pre-release builds of Towny exclusively on Github.
Head on over to Github to find cutting edge builds of Towny there.
Please do not use reviews for support, use the support link.
The discussion tab will largely be ignored, please use the Discord for chat.
Old versions of MC are supported with these builds.
Towny Advanced 0.96.2.0
The original Player-managed Protection within a resident/town/nation-hierarchy.
The plugin is amazing and its feature full but it has one major issue, and that's the fact that its data breaks so easily. Like il just restart the server and boom towny safe mode data cannot read. Seriously even a server crash can cause this it needs fixing
Towny is alright, although it has its own sharp edges. The main thing which sticks out is the lack of modern UUID support- all player data is saved under player names which means you have to use the added TownyNameUpdater to update changed names... it seems quite makeshift. The player commands are tricky at first but are easily learned as they are quite well organised. I like the idea of towny itself and it's extremely fun running and playing on a towny server myself. The developer and community support is absolutely outstanding, I've had a few issues before and they have been quickly resolved within hours. Configuring towny can be a bit spaghetti-like but at least it works, and at least it is highly configurable rather than not at all.
Overall, I think towny is a great plugin but it just has a few bits which are icky. Keep it up!
Towny makes me feel like I'm playing minecraft in 2015, but like in a good way. Very solid plugin. Support was incredibly professional and super helpful. I asked a question in their Discord support channel, and in just a few minutes, I had a quick exchange with LlmDl, and my problem with my was fixed in no time. They're quick to tackle issues considering that my problem was associated with a bug that was fixed, and I downloaded this plugin only a couple days ago. Thanks, guys.