Plugins

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MinecraftOnline uses various plugins to expand the functionality of Sponge, the server mod used on the server.

This page is intended as a reference list, primarily for administrative purposes.

Prior to running Sponge, MinecraftOnline utilized the Canary server mod, featuring its own set of plugins.

In current use

These are plugins that are loaded at startup on each server run, and stored in mods/.

GriefAlert

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. Provides alerts for moderators for various ingame actions, such as breaking and placing blocks.

FishyShield

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. A replacement for the ageing and unmaintained WorldGuard
Protects blocks from explosions/fire damage without altering effects on players and mobs, protects blocks from being destroyed by liquids, rebalances damage dealt to players by mobs and fire. Supports per-world/per-dimension configuration.

Refer to Plugins:FishyShield to learn more.

CommandOn

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. Provides an interface to generate actions based on in-game events, such as login, logout and player death. Provides functionality for the exec_reportin.sh scripts, death and pvp logging, etc.

Borderlands

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. Provides the functionality of preventing egress from the Freedonia Border.

CraftBook Extra

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. CraftBook Extra is the spiritual successor to M4411K4's fork of sk89q's CraftBook plugin.

Exec

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name, originally written by getplayerhead.sh?bastetfurry&16.png bastetfurry. The framework for all exec scripts, permits execution of external scripts and binaries using dynamically bound in-game commands, allowing those scripts to be passed CGI-style variables from in-game.

LWC

Inspired by the Canary plugin of the same name. Provides container locking with the /lwc command.

Hermes

Chat management plugin for Sponge. Supports username prefixes and provides chat commands like /me, /msg, and /staff.

Nope

A successor to LionsArea, provides advanced region management across the world. Regions, called Zones, can be configured to allow or disallow players, commands, PvP, PvE, and more.