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Script Punishment 1.0

Punishment ○ Easy to Use

  1. Zeldaboy111
    Contributors:
    Zeldaboy111
    Supported Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.15
    Punishments
    In the Punishments Skript I have decided to do a tutorial (as it was a suggestion too) on how to make something like this, more features will be added soon so don't forget to already rate it to support me!
    If you want to see something in future versions, please let me know via the forums :emoji_grinning:

    Features
    Punishments has a couple of core-features (as I'd like to call it). These will be listed and explained below
    • /punish (/pu) <player> • Open a GUI with the punishments to punish a player
    • /checkoffenses (/checkoff) <player> • Check the offenses of a player

    Requirements
    The following plugins / addons I used whilst making it, the versions I used are behind:
    Skript • v. 2.4.1
    SkQuery • v. 4.1.1
    SkRayFall • v. 1.9.15
    Skellett • v. 1.9.8

    License / Credits
    • Please do not sell or re-upload my Skript whilst claiming it is yours.
    • If you use one of my Skripts in your video, thanks! Please put a little credit in your description (copy & paste):
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    Skript made by Zeldaboy111
    More content of the creator: https://forums.skunity.com/search/26443679/
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    Code
    As I say in every post, my code is not made to be advanced as the code is used in my tutorial series. Further does the "supported versions" indicate which versions of Minecraft are tested. If it doesn't work at an other version, please do not blame me. If it does, please let me know so I can update it.