Simple bukkit plugin to block boosting yourself with arrows while gliding with an Elytra!
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BlockElytraArrowBoost

Simple bukkit plugin to block boosting yourself with arrows while gliding with an Elytra!

There is also a Block Elytra Arrow Boost resource page with compiled downloads on SpigotMC.org.

Command

/BlockElytraArrowBoost short /beab
/BlockElytraArrowBoost reload - Reloads the config

Permissions

blockelytraarrowboost.command - default: op - Gives access to the command
blockelytraarrowboost.bypass - default: false - Gives permission to bypass the block

Config

# The message to send to a user when he tries to boost himself
# Set to an empty message to disable it!
warningmessage: "&cBoosting yourself with arrows whily gliding with an Elytra is blocked!"

License

Nietzsche Public License v0.6

Copyright 2016 Max Lee (https://github.com/Phoenix616/)

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water is there for us to clean ourselves?  What festivals of atonement,
what sacred games shall we have to invent?  Is not the greatness of this
deed too great for us?  Must we ourselves not become authors simply to
appear worthy of it?
- apologies to Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

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