What is it?
DarkHorse is a simple, lightweight plugin that lets you spawn all types of rideable beasts in Minecraft, INCLUDING the "darker" horses in the game. That's right - zombie and skeleton horses! Using a simple set of commands, you can spawn in these mobs immediately and shock people with the unnatural horses!
And now, not only can you spawn all the types of horses, you can even ride them too! Spawn a tamed horse, right-click with a saddle, and travel through the countryside on your noble undead steed!
|/dh horse||Spawn a normal horse at your current location|
|/dh horse tamed||Spawn a normal, tamed horse at your current location|
|/dh donkey||Spawn a donkey at your current location|
|/dh donkey tamed||Spawn a tamed donkey at your current location|
|/dh mule||Spawn a mule at your current location|
|/dh mule tamed||Spawn a tamed mule at your current location|
|/dh skeleton||Spawn a skeleton horse at your current location|
|/dh skeleton tamed||Spawn a tamed skeleton horse at your current location|
|/dh zombie||Spawn a zombie horse at your current location|
|/dh zombie tamed||Spawn a tamed zombie horse at your current location|
- Allow skeleton and zombie horses to spawn naturally
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- Allows access to all commands in the plugin
Known Bugs / Issues
No current bugs or issues! To report a bug or issue, please make a ticket HERE
DarkHorse is coded from scratch by jflory7 as a personal project.
Special thanks to the Bukkit Forums for helping me solve many problems with getting this plugin working!
This plugin is sponsored by CrystalCraftMC, a semi-vanilla Minecraft server. Click here to learn more.
This plugin utilizes the BukkitDev auto-updating API to help keep this plugin up-to-date automatically on your server. By having this enabled, every time your server starts up, it will check this BukkitDev page for any new updates, and if there is a new version available, it will install it and update it for you automatically.
This feature is enabled by default; however, if you do not wish to have it enabled, you can opt out by changing the "auto-update" to "false" in the config.yml. We recommend you keep it on so that you do not have to worry about updating the plugin in the future!
- Date created
- Jul 17, 2013
- Last update
- Sep 11, 2013
- Development stage
- MIT License
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