Enhanced Block And Mob Protection
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Personal Settings
- 3 Creating A Protection
- 4 Removing A Protection
- 5 Editing A Protection
- 6 Lockable Blocks & Mobs
Here at Arcane Realms, we offer our members a very advanced, yet simple to use protection plugin to help you keep your items safe from other players, as well as easily share those items with your trusted friends. This wiki will explain the overall details on how to use this plugin to its full potential, and give some extra tips and tricks to make things a little easier while playing.
With this plugin comes quite a few settings you can toggle to make your life easier making and editing these protections. To access your settings, use /protect menu and click the "Settings" item (the command block). Each setting is explained below.
This relates to the /lock command. This toggles whether you have to repeat the command every time you want to lock something or whether it will be a toggle. This could be useful if you're creating multiple protections, as you'll only need to use the command once.
This relates to the /unlock command. This toggles whether you have to repeat the command every time you want to lock something or whether it will be a toggle. This could be useful if you're removing multiple protections at one time, and will mean you only have to type the command once.
This relates to the /trust <player name> command. This toggles whether you have to repeat this command every time you want to trust a player to a particular protection, or whether you want to toggle it on until you manually deactivate it. This could be useful if you're adding a new player to all of your protections and you have many containers to add them to.
This relates to the /untrust <player name> command. This toggles whether you have to repeat this command every time you want to untrust a player from a particular proteciton, or whether you want tro troggle it unitl you manually deactivate it. This could be useful if you're removing a player from your protections that has moved out of your base.
This relates to the /setrole <player name> <role> command. It allows you to set a role so only either admins or members can access the protection.
This setting toggles whether any block you place that can be protected will be locked automatically. This could be helpful if you want to make sure all your items are safe from the start.
Creating A Protection
Creating a protection is easy. (See the settings above for ways to make it easier and more personal to you), but all you use is /lock and right click the container you want to lock. This means now that only you can access this protection.
Removing A Protection
Removing a protection is as easy as creating one. Use /unlock and right click the protected block. This is now removed from your protection list, and can be accessed by anyone.
Editing A Protection
There are a few ways to edit a protection. One way is to shift-punch the protected block you want, and then you can choose from either "Members" (the player head) or "Settings" (the command block).
In this category, you can view all trusted players attached to this protection, where you can modify and change what they can do, or remove them entirely. You can also trust a player by clicking the "Trust Player" (the green dye) item and selecting a player that is online. This only works if the player is online, you'll have to add the player manually using /trust <player name> if they are not online.
Here, you can edit all of the protection's settings. There are many things you can do to a protection to make it as safe as you'd like, and these settings will help you do that. You can edit the role settings by clicking "Role Settings"
Lockable Blocks & Mobs
Below is a list of all the lockable blocks and mobs in the game. Note: this means that no players will be able to interact with this block or mob in any way unless you give specific access to that player.
- Trapped Chest
- All Wooden Doors
- Iron Door
- All Signs
- Blast Furnace
- Enchanting Table
- Ender Chest
- All Shulker Boxes
- Armor Stand