The power behind Craftventure are our plugins. While we use some basic publicly available plugins, most of our power comes from our custom designed plugins. Lets start with a list of the publicly available plugins we use:

Publicly available plugins

  • CoreProtect
    CoreProtect is a fast, efficient, data logging and anti-griefing tool. Used to see who of our crew created that sign with the cursewords on it or destroyed that one precious building
  • PermissionsEx
    Manages permissions for us
  • Plugman
    Allows us to reload plugins without a server restart. Only used on the testserver though. Plugin reloading is bad and officially unsupported mkay?
  • AdvancedBan
    AdvancedBan is an all-in-one punishment-system with warns, tempwarns, mutes, tempmutes, bans, tempbans, ipbans and kicks. Soon to be replaced by the Craftventure plugin
  • WorldEdit
    Basic WorldEditing. Scheduled to be replaced by FastAsyncWorldedit sometime in the future
  • BuycraftX
    Allows us to sell things like ranks and items for real world cash which is used to keep the Craftventure online and running
  • ProtocolLib
    ProtocolLib is a library that allows read and write access to the Minecraft protocol. Used mostly for some very basic packet intercepting and sending
  • NoCheatPlus
    Basic anti-cheat protection to prevent players from exploiting some common known Minecraft problems

Inhouse developed private plugins

  • Craftventure
    The main Craftventure plugin, it consists out of 68% magic, 31% of unknown substance and 1% of cookies
  • CraftventureAudioServer
    Our wonderful audio plugin.
  • CraftventureLWC
    Inhouse edited version of the plugin LightWeightChest protection (LWC). Allows us to make several blocks like (trap)doors and others private so only crew can use them. Our inhouse edited version of this plugin was designed to co-operate with the Craftventure plugins to improve performance for our specific usecases to over 700%.

And an extra because people keep asking:

Track design of Space Mountain. After designing it is imported to Minecraft with the Craftventure plugin to create a real working coaster based on simulated forces such as gravity. The yellow tube is the hitbox area in which the players will move and was used to enable us to create a very compact ride design