General Idea: This plugin would be a bit complex but ill try to explain this as best as I can. All right, so first ill explain the basics of my idea. There would be a scoreboard that all players can see. (given a perm like time.scoreboard) The scoreboard would need to keep track of Minecraft time. Along with keeping track of time, there would be a way to lock things such as doors for a certain amount of time. This would be cool to have on a RPG server where you could lock doors on shops at night and have the doors be accessible during the day. There would also need to be a configurable message when a player tries to open a door, furnace, chest etc that is locked. C0mmands: /timelock <time> to <time> Example: /timelock 11:00pm to 5:00am This means that the door, chest, furnace etc. will not be accessible from 11:00pm to 5:00am Minecraft time. /timelock message <message> Example: /timelock message Sorry this shop is closed, come back later. The message would appear when a player tries to open a door, furnace, chest etc. when it is locked/closed. The message would not show up when it it accessible. The & symbol colors would work for the messages as well. Example: /timelock message &1This chest is locked. &2Open at 7:00am. After executing either of these commands you would left lick and or right click the door, furnace, chest etc. - To avoid confusion in chat, the message should have some sort of indicator like: [Timelock] <the message you put> It would be strange to just have a random message in chat with nothing to show what it is "saying". If you don't understand just comment below. Possible scoreboard layout: Time - hour:minute - 5:32am Here's a link to the Minecraft time mechanics: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Day-night_cycle and yes if you read the information on this link you know that the minutes would change every .87 seconds. lol Permissions: time.scoreboard - Gives players a score board with a digital clock that keeps track of minecraft time. time.lock - Allows players to use /timelock <time> to <time> time.msg - Allows players to use /timelock message <message> Ops would not need the permissions.