This mod will be removed if Dream requests so.
Dream's Minecraft Manhunt plugin, but it's a Fabric mod, and it's free.
"A mod which implements a lot of the mechanics found in Dream's (https://youtube.com/user/DreamTraps) Minecraft Manhunt plugin."
I recommend very much reading the wiki of this mod for a nicer view than CurseForge.
It's all managed using Minecraft commands. This mod adds two new commands:
This mod is configurable! The comments in the config file should explain everything, but if you have any questions feel free to DM me on Discord (YTG123#8952).
How it works
If you're not familiar with Dream's Minecraft Manhunt series on Youtube, you should check that out.
- You can set the speedrunner by using
/speedrunner set <target>. That sets that specific Player to be the speedrunner.
- You can view who the speedrunner is by using
- You can unset the speedrunner by using
- You can add hunters by using
/hunters add <target>.
- You can clear the hunter list by using
- You can get the hunter list by using
Differences from the plugin
- This mod uses the lodestone compass mechanic introduced in Minecraft 1.16.
- This mod is configurable! Yes! You can view the comments in the config itself to understand it.
This mod also adds a Cloth Config screen you can open using Mod Menu (client-side only, of course).
How to install
- Create a FabricMC server using the instructions on the FabricMC website.
- Drop this mod in the "mods" folder, alongside Fabric API.
- Start the server once, and low and behold, a config file generated!
- Edit the config file to whatever you want.
- Restart the server.
- Install FabricMC using the instructions on the FabricMC website.
- Drop this mod in the "mods" folder, along with ModMenu and Fabric API.
- Open the Mod Menu, search for this mod, click on it and click the config button.
- Voila! A config screen has appeared!
- Configure the mod however you like (The tooltips in there should explain everything).
- Create a new world.
- Open it to LAN (I think you need to enable cheats).
- Use the commands described above to start!
Report any and all issues at GitHub