So I've got the gist of scoreboards down: 1. get the manager 2. make a new scoreboard 3. add objective with name and dummy 4. add fake player names to the objective as scores to see custom values 5. set the player(s) to use this board What I can't figure out is how to have each player have their own list of things. For example, I am working on something that allows for multiple teams (from a config file) and each team will have a list of objectives that will need to be completed to win (collect X, kill X, etc). I have made a single scoreboard with multiple teams but what happens is when one team kills something, all teams see the changes. Okay, that's expected. Where I am having trouble is when I try to make more than one scoreboard. What I'm getting is the scoreboards flickering back and forth with each other (whoever updates the scoreboard last is the scoreboard that everyone sees). My scoreboards look like this (for example): Code: -- Red Scoreboard -- -- Blue Scoreboard-- §cKill 10 pigs: 10 §cKill 10 pigs: 10 §1Kill 10 pigs: 4 §1Kill 10 pigs: 4 When Blue kills a pig, red team members end up seeing blue's scoreboard. I'm thinking it's something to do with the way I am making the scoreboards (I make one initially, boardDefault, and then change it to make one for red and one for blue). I guess what I need to do is make completely new scoreboards from scratch, and setup the teams for each scoreboard. The issue with that would be the fact that each scoreboard would have its own team. Do multiple scoreboards and the same team names count as one team? For example, a scoreboard for Red and a scoreboard for Blue and since they're two different objects, I have to add teams for red and for blue to each. That makes: Blue scoreboard - Red team - Blue team Red scoreboard - Red team - Blue team Do both red teams and both blue teams count as the same? (for anti-teamkill, see invis teammates, etc) it seems like they wouldn't (since they're literally two different Team objects). If not, how can I achieve what I am looking for? (different scoreboards for each team, ability to have teams and switch teams as needed) Any advice would be much appreciated.