LWC Protections

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LWC - http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/lwc/

This handy plugin is a perk provided to anyone. It functions as a single block protection for both the block itself and any contents. Any protected block can then only be destroyed by the creator of the protection and has uses such as restricting who can open a chest, remove items from furnaces or dispensers, open a door (both wooden and iron), open a trapdoor (again both wooden and iron), or even control who can destroy a sign.


/lwc - Brings up the main menu for the plugin, listing commands and providing a short description of what they do.

/cprivate - Creates a private protection. By default this means only you will be able to destroy or use the block.

/cpublic - Creates a public protection. Only the creator of the protection will be able to destroy the block however anyone can activate it. Mostly used on the server by those who would like doors to automatically shut behind people without using pressure plates or denying anyone access.

/cdonation - Creates a donation chest. Donation chests can be opened by anyone and have items put in however only the creator of the protection can remove items from said chest.

/cpassword <password> - Creates a password-protected protection. Only those who know, or guess, the password will be able to activate the block. When creating the protection simply type your chosen password into the dedicated space. Example: /cpassword 123 will create a protection with the password 123.

/cunlock <password> - Used to access a password protected block. Even the creator will have to type this command!

/cmodify - Modify an existing private protection. By default a private protection only allows the creator access to the block. However, using this command allows for the addition (or subtraction) of additional player access. Example: Activating /cmodify Steve onto an existing private protection will allow a player with the Minecraft account Steve to access the block. Later on /cmodify -Steve can be used to remove Steve's access.

/cinfo - View information on a protection. This will tell you who created the protection and what type it is.

/climits - View the amount of protections you are allowed to create. Also shows how many you have created so far.

/cremove - Remove a protection.

/cremoveall - Removes all the protections that your account has created.

/lwc mode persist - Makes it so that your next entered command will persist until either a new command is entered or the mode turned off by typing /lwc mode persist again. Useful if you have to lock a large number of blocks.