This project is abandoned and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of Minecraft. Whether this project is out of date or its author has marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

By request from user: ImCradzz. Has some similarities to (which I didn't realise existed during development), but doesn't require a config file and confiscates all illegal items (not just 64). Also doesn't damage either player, regardless of frisk result.


Frisk is an advanced new plugin that supports customizable lists of 'illegal' items which can be used in conjunction with the stick tool, which allows mods, admins and policing users to quickly and easily search users at the click of a button. Illegal items are quickly confiscated and frisking does not harm the user. A comprehensive report is supplied to the 'cop', giving a compact summary of the type of illegal item found and the amount. All illegal items are removed from the user's inventory and transferred to the cop. Frisk supports permissions and commands to make it easy to use and configurable. Precise data values are stored for improved accuracy.


  • /fsadd — Adds the currently held item to the illegal items list
  • /fsremove — Removes the currently held item from the list
  • /fsreset — Clears the illegal item list


  • /fsadd — frisk.add
  • /fsremove — frisk.remove
  • /fsreset — frisk.reset
  • Use of Stick tool — frisk.allow
  • Use of Blaze Rod tool— frisk.reload

Reloading config

You can easily reload the configuration by hitting any player with a blaze rod or using /reload to reload all plugins. This is only necessary if you are restoring a backup of the .bin file that Frisk uses.

Viewing the current list of illegal items

The plugin outputs it's current database of illegal items upon startup in the console. To view these simply do a reload and check the console logs.

Source Code

Available here: Frisk Source Code

Feature requests, bugs etc

Please use the issue tracker located at the top of the page.


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