WildStacker - Stack Mobs, Items, Blocks & Spawners
Entities Stacker(top)Stacked entities act like multiple entities, and their drops are also multiplied with a unique algorithem to make sure your game experience will not be changed or affected. This feature reduces the amount of entities in the server, and brings better server performances.
You can find more information about stacked entities here.
Drops Stacker(top)Stacked drops act like the merging system of the vanilla minecraft, but has no limit for items. An object of a drop can hold up to 64 items in vanilla, but with the plugin installed it can hold unlimited amount of items on ground. Instead of having 5 dropped items on the ground of x64 each one of them, only one item will be on the ground with 320 items inside it. This feature reduces the amount of items in the server, and brings better performances.
You can find more information about stacked drops here.
Blocks Stacker(top)Stacked blocks are designed mainly for Skyblock, so players won't need to have huge boxes of valued blocks in their islands, but only one actual block with many blocks inside it. The blocks stacking feature is designed as "barrels" that contain blocks inside them. Great feature for skyblock servers.
You can find more information about stacked blocks here.
Spawners Stacker(top)Stacked spawners are designed for making mob farms that based on spawners much more minimalistics by merging a few spawners in the farms into one block only. They spawn much more entites, and are working flawlessly with the entities stacking system. This feature reduces the amount of spawners in the server, and brings better server performances.
You can find more information about stacked spawners here.
Loot Tables(top)The loot tables system was designed in order to ensure stacked entities will drop the correct amount of items, and won't drop the same amount of drops as single entity. You can edit every loot table of every entity, and this system also can be used as a custom drops manager. You must have knowledge in json, as the entire loot table system is based on json files.
You can find more information about loot tables here.