MyHome allows players to return home by teleportation or by using a compass. This may sound like a simple concept, but the strength of this plugin lies in its many configuration possibilities!
Players will be able to set one home position, wherever they want; all they have to do is execute a command. Aside from using the command, a home location can also be designated by activating a bed. After doing so, players can teleport back home or find it using a compass. It is also possible to use these positions as spawn points: when a player dies he will then respawn at his home - this feature has to be enabled in the config file.
Another useful feature is the ability to invite friends to your home; this will make it a piece of cake to meet up! When players are invited, they can easily visit your home by warping there. You can even make your home public if you do not mind everyone being able to visit.
As mentioned before the plugin can be configured in many ways. For example, if you do not want players to warp home whenever they feel like it, you can prevent this by setting various restrictions:
- Cooldown: time between each use of home teleportation
- Separate cooldown for setting home position
- Warmup: time it takes to be sent home
- Cancel warmup upon taking damage
- Cancel warmup upon moving
- Different timer for each permission group
In addition to the previously mentioned restrictions, it is also possible to require payment from players, allowing them to use the commands:
- Cost of home teleportation
- Cost of setting home position
- Different price for each permission group
The following plugins will be required to use MyHome to its full extent:
- [Server] An economy plugin* - required for payments
- [Server] Register- required for payments
All in all this is a very flexible home teleportation plugin. In a dangerous situation players can return home easily and invite friends to their home as well. Server owners will appreciate the amount of customization possibilities, allowing them to use only the features they prefer or everything the plugin has to offer.
Unfortunately we were unable to secure an interview at this time, but look forward to one in the future!
Many thanks to tkelly for creating this plugin and to spathizilla for keeping it up-to-date!