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Script TCE Maker b.0.1.1-P8R8KrVn

Allows you to make TuSKe Custom Enchantments with simple commands.

  1. KingAlterIV
    Supported Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.12
    TCE Maker is a skript that allows you to make TuSKe Custom Enchantments by using a command.

    Plugin Requirements
    TuSKe
    skript-yaml


    This will remove your comments from the config, leaving it blank like using the /kit create command on EssentialsX, or the KitAdder plugin.
    This is the enchantments config before the usage of the command.
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    This is the enchantments config after using the command.
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    The command(s) are
    # This command will allow you to make a enchantment name.
    /ench make <enchantment>

    # This will allow you to edit the description, maxlevel, rarity, accepteditems, or enable it.
    /ench edit <enchantment> <description/maxlevel/rarity/accepteditems/enabled> <text/integer/boolean>

    # This will give you information of the enchantment, including its name, description, maxlevel, rarity, accepted items, and if its enabled.
    /ench info <enchantment>

    # This will make the enchantment name.
    /ench make Example

    # The description will be set to the text input.
    /ench edit Example description Hey, this is a example command

    # The max level will be set to the number input.
    /ench edit Example maxlevel 5

    # The rarity will be set to the number input.
    /ench edit Example rarity 5

    # The accepted items will be set to the item input
    # For now, you can only set one accepted items, but you'll be able to set more than one soon.
    /ench edit Example accepteditems boots

    # This will enable your custom enchantment. After that, you just need to run this command "/tuske reload enchantments".
    /ench edit Example enabled true

    Commands usage
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    /ench commands
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    Command errors
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Recent Updates

  1. b.0.1.1-P8R8KrVn (small fix)