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- WhispTheFox/Zippitey2Tim The Enchanter is BACK!Hello all! My name is Whisp, or Zippitey2. What you are looking at here is my very first published plugin. I'm sure many of you know of the enchantment plugin TimTheEnchanter. It was one of my favorites. But it's been out of development for some time, so I took it upon myself to recreate the plugin for 1.13 and on.
Using The PluginI'm sure many of you will agree that knowing how to use a plugin is important, so that's what this section is for. It's a pretty simple plugin though. For all enchanting commands, the item must be in your main hand to enchant it.
To add a single enchantment type /enchant along with the enchantment name and level, ie: /enchant sharpness 5.
/enchant <name> <level>
With the unsafe enchantment permission (seen further down) users can set the enchantment to a maximum of 1000, and they can apply an enchantment to the item that normally the enchantment can't be applied to..
What this command does depends on a user's permissions. To use the command, simply type /enchant all. If the user only has the base enchant permission it will apply every enchant that can be applied to an item at its max level. So for example, using this on a sword with only the general permission will enchant a sword with only enchants a sword can normally use. This means you won't be seeing Infinity on it.
If the user has the unsafe enchant permission, running this command will apply every single existing enchantment at a level of 1000 to the item. (So yes, you'll have Water Walking on your sword.)
It is now possible to choose a level. However, you can still just type the above command to enchant all at max level.
/enchant all <level>
If you have the TimTheEnchanter.enchant.unsafe permission, it is now possible to add only the enchantments the given item can have. This will add the enchantments at their normal max level.
/enchant all safe
PermissionsPermissions are definitely important for using the plugin. You can't use it if your access is denied.
This is the general enchant permission. Give this to a user and they will be limited to only enchantments that can be applied to an item and only at that enchantment's maximum level.
This will allow users to add enchantments to any item at any level. (Yes, that means you can put sharpness 1000 on a feather). However, the user must also have the general enchant permission (TimTheEnchanter.enchant) for this to be of any use.
This will allow users to use /enchant all. Users that do not have this, but have the unsafe enchanting permission will still be able to add single enchantments beyond the maximum level.
This is the wildcard permission. Add this to a user or group and they will have access to every command in the plugin.
Bug Reporting, Feedback, and SuggestionsIf there is a bug, please let me know. The sooner I know, the sooner I'll fix it. If you want to suggest an addition to the plugin, I'd also like to know. More ideas means more features means more fun. Or perhaps you'd like to leave some feedback; that would certainly keep me motivated.
I am working on a website to house my plugins and other projects and a support forums, but I don't think it will be ready for a while. So, for now, reach me via email or Discord. My handles are as follows:
email: [email protected]
Discord: Whisp Reedwell#5879
If none of those options will work for you, you may send me a message here or post on the plugin's discussion forums.
To Dos- Add the ability to enchant all without curse enchantments (not started)
(well, hopefully anyway.)
- Add in a check for plugin updates (not started)
Whisp's TimTheEnchanter 2.1
An updated version of TimTheEnchanter by mbaxter/kitteh