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README.md

PlayerHeads

Bukkit Plugin - Drops a player's head when s/he dies, also mob heads

  • Drop player heads on player death
  • Drop mob heads on death
  • Configure drop rate chances
  • Configure whether player-kills are required to drop

All credit goes to meiskam for creating the plugin and zand, Dragoboss, any many others for maintaining it.

4.x Branch

Same simple plugin, new improvements.

Where's the Source!?

The main project combines different code from multiple modules - you need to look into those module directories for the code.

For the code behind core plugin behavior see the PlayerHeads-core module.

For an API to use the plugin from your own plugins there is also a lighter-weight API available from the PlayerHeads-api module.

Otherwise, you can check out the -support modules for any server-specific implementation code

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