Karma Plugin

Karma Plugin (1.19.4, 1.18.2) is a configurable plugin designed to prevent players from harming other players or mobs without facing any consequences. It allows you to tailor your server to your liking, whether you want it to resemble games like GTA, Black Desert Online, PlanetSide 2, Unturned, or implement an Elo system.

Karma Plugin (1.19.4, 1.18.2) – Spigot 1

Features:

  • Add or remove karma when your players attack or defend themselves against other players and mobs!
  • Automatically set a Tier when players reach a range of karma.
  • Supports HEX colors!
  • Launch commands when a player joins a new tier or when he is killed!
  • Enable or disable fight features on specific worlds.
  • Works with Citizens fakeplayers.
  • Dynamically changes the risks for players who fight to see their karma changed and in wich proportions with world times, system times and even Worldguard regions.
  • Some custom PAPI placeholders to use Karma’s player data on other plugins
  • Increase/decrease players karma and send commands over time to create some GTA servers.
  • Player data can be stored on local files or MYSQL database.
  • Almost everything is configurable: mathematical expressions, languages files, limits, fight calculations, tiers, commands…
  • Spend Karma in order to buy things (commands) !
  • A fully accessible API !

How to install:

  • Download a plugin of your choice.
  • Place the .jar and any other files in your plugin’s directory.
  • Run the server and wait for it to fully load.
  • Type stop in your Minecraft server console to bring the server to a clean stop.
  • Run the server.
  • All done! Your plugin should be installed and ready to be used.

Karma Plugin (1.19.4, 1.18.2) Download Links

For All Versions from Minecraft Spigot 1.12 to Minecraft Spigot 1.19.4

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