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Setting Up RubyThimble

 

When you first install RubyThimble on your server a folder called RubyThimble will be generated, inside contains a config.yml file.

 
Config Walk Through:
# LANGUAGE DATA
# This section is for the use of customizing every message that the plugin may broadcast or direct message to users.

LANGUAGE-DATA:
  THIMBLE-WIN-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&c&l%player% &7has just won the thimble event"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-JOIN-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&7You have joined the event successfully"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-REMOVE-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&7You have been removed from the event."
    - "&7better luck next time."
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-WELL-DONE-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&7Nice turn, good luck on the next one!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-TOGGLE-ANNOUNCEMENT:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&c&l%player% &7has just started a thimble event"
    - "&7we will be starting soon, so join now!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  ANNOUNCE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&c&lThimble &7is currently live! Do /thimble"
    - "&7to join in on the fun!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-START-ANNOUNCEMENT:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&c&lThimble &7has started!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-DIVE-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&7You have to land in the water! Don't miss!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
  THIMBLE-FAIL-MESSAGE:
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"
    - "&7You missed! No more turns! Have a good one!"
    - "&7&m------------------------------------"

# SCOREBOARD DATA
# This section is for the scoreobard customizability! Only editable inside the config!

SCOREBOARD:
  ENABLED: true
  TITLE: "&c&lRubyThimble"
  LINES:
    - "&7&m----------------------"
    - "&c&lCURRENT DIVER:"
    - "&7%current-diver%"
    - ""
    - "&c&lTURNS TAKEN:"
    - "&7%turns-taken%"
    - ""
    - "&c&lREMAINING PLAYERS:"
    - "&7%current-amount%/%starting-amount%"
    - "&7&m----------------------"

# THIMBLE DATA :
# Feel free to leave the location data alone, it's configurable in game.

THIMBLE-DATA:
  MATERIAL: "GLOWSTONE"
  THIMBLE-SPAWN-LOCATION: # Location where users will teleport to upon joining the event.
    X: 0
    Y: 100
    Z: 0
    WORLD: "world"
    YAW: 0
    PITCH: 0
  THIMBLE-DIVE-LOCATION: # Location where user will jump into the pool of water.
    X: 0
    Y: 100
    Z: 0
    WORLD: "world"
    YAW: 0
    PITCH: 0
  THIMBLE-RESPAWN-LOCATION: # Location when user successfully lands the jump.
    X: 0
    Y: 100
    Z: 0
    WORLD: "world"
    YAW: 0
    PITCH: 0
  THIMBLE-REMOVE-LOCATION: # Location where user will teleport to when they are no longer allowed to play, due to failing their jump.
    X: 0
    Y: 100
    Z: 0
    WORLD: "world"
    YAW: 0
    PITCH: 0
Language Section:

All you need to note for this config section is that you can add more lines to it by adding a new line. Here's an example:

- 'New Line Example!'

And you can also remove them by deleting the line which includes the  - 'words'

 

 

Scoreboard Section:

If you have ENABLED set to true it will display a scoreboard to users when they join a thimble event else it won't appear. 

Scoreboard Example

TITLE refers to the top section of the example to the right.

 

LINES refers to everything to and from the 2 lines on the scoreboard.

 

 

 

 

Thimble Section:

This section is configurable both in-game and in the config.yml although it's recommend to make all changes to this section via in-game to prevent confusion. 

This section regards the locations that you set via the /thimble help command. 

 

Command Walk Through:

 

 

/thimble - If the event is toggled you will be prompted with a countdown from 5 to be teleported to the thimble-spawn. 

/leavethimble - Providing you are in the event, if you execute this command you will be teleported to the remove location. 

/thimble setspawn - Sets the area players are teleported to when they join the event.

/thimble setdive - Sets the location where the user will jump from.

/thimble setrespawn- Sets the location the user will be placed/teleported when the successfully land in the water.

/thimble setremove- Sets the location where the user will be teleported upon failing to land in the water.

/thimble toggle- Toggling an event will allow users to join it.

/thimble start- Officially starts the game, starts the player rotation. 

/thimble announce- Publicly announces to the server the event is on-going and is join-able.

 

Game Walk Through:

 

When first being sent to jump - You will be teleported to the platform, you have to try your best to land in the water - failing results in a removal from the game. A block will be placed where you land.

You then get teleported to re-spawn location - the cycle continues, the other players take their turns. 

Last person standing is deemed the winner. 

 

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