Compass Plugin

Discussion in 'Plugin Requests' started by BlockHeads36, Sep 8, 2017.

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    Minecraft version: Minecraft 1.12.1

    What I want: Players are able to click on a compass -brings up a GUI, compass is given to them the first time they join and CANNOT be thrown out- and are able to click on discovered locations, clicking on these locations will make their compass point to that location. To discover a location a player must be within 30 blocks of where the admin created the location point (by command).

    Ideas for commands:
    all players
    /location sethome
    /location unlock <location> <player>
    /location lock <location> <player>
    /location create <name> <display-item>
    /location list

    location-unlock: "&aLocation> &fUnlocked location &7%location&f for &e%player&f!"
    location-lock: "&aLocation> &fLocked location &7%location&f for &e%player&f!"
    location-create: "&aLocation> &fCreated location &7%locationname&f at &e%xcoordinate, %ycoordinate&f!"
    location-list: "&aLocation> &f%locations"
    location-found: "&aLocation> &fYou have found &7%location&f, you can now see it in your compass!"

    GUI: (Size: Double chest)
    1st item (very first slot) = Item: Bed | Name: &6Home | Points them to: set home point
    rest of slots = the locations created via command
    (item order: the order they were discovered)
    (item shown if not discovered: barrier name: &cUNDISCOVERED)

    When I'd like it by: Whenever is possible :) !
  2. should it also have a /home command? since it has a /sethome command
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    Sorry I haven't responded in a while, @Mao I don't want players to be teleported with the plugin, so no /home plugin :)
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    1. What item should discoved locations have?
    2. What kind of info should the item of a discovered loc have? Would be kind of confusing to just name them 1, 2, 3,...
    3. What happens if the count of locations is bigger than the one of slots of a double chest? Should there be limit?
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