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1.5.0 (28 Apr 2019 ) Approved
1.4.0 (23 Nov 2018 ) Approved
1.3.0 (11 Oct 2018 ) Approved
1.2.0 (20 Jun 2018 ) Approved
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Submitted on 23 Nov 2018 from
Dev Build #37,
23 Nov 2018
PiggyCrates is a simple, customizable, crates plugin. It supports an unlimited amount of crate types. It also supports vanilla and custom enchants, such as
How To Use
Place a chest on top of a designated crate type block to create a crate. To open crates, you must use a crate key, obtainable with the /key [amount] [player] command.
Check out our installation guide at
Any custom enchantment plugin can be used, as long as the custom enchant has been registered to the server.
We do not support any spoons. Anything to do with spoons (Issues or PRs) will be ignored.
Poggit: Comply with C1a, C2b, B3
Version: bumped to v1.4.0
Config: Delete obnoxious ASCII to reduce file size.
API: bumped to v3.2.0
Bump minor version, renamed config property
commands because it is more logical. please update crates.yml accordingly.
#42, added support for multiple commands
#38 Fixed permission problem with /key
Updated PHPDocs + Added PHPDocs for fields
Two things, first off, JGYTVevo Click the circle beside the name of the plugin then click code and then plugin, second It says please specify player if if I use the plugin to give keys in the crates, this is the command, “key (cratename) %player%”
Permissions? Also can someone tell me how to get permissions of other plugins?
Simple and easy setup. Nice
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