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Supported Bukkit Versions

  • 1.8.1
  • 1.8
  • CB 1.7.9-R0.2


Changelog for version 2.0

This huge update adds a lot of new features. Prepare to be amazed!

Spectators' tools

  • You can now right-click a player with the new inspector book to view their stats, or right click a player head in the teleporter GUI.
  • The spectate.hide permission has been removed, in its place there is now a command called /spec hide. Admins will now still be able to see these hidden players' heads in the teleporter GUI. There are some new permissions for this: spectate.admin.hide.self, spectate.admin.hide.others, spectate.admin.hide (combines two previous), and spectate.admin.hide.see.
  • Projectiles (arrows, potions…) can now fly through spectators, as the spectators blocking them are teleported out of the way for a second.
  • Spectators now have a “tools” GUI, which contains options to enable speed (I, II, III or IV) or night vision (includes underwater vision). They can also choose to be teleported back to their death point.
  • Spectators can now right-click doors, trapdoors or fence gates to be teleported through them.
  • Right-clicked chests and other blocks with an inventory will show a read-only inventory to the spectators.

System tools

  • The toggles.yml file is now configurable from the game using the /spec config command.
  • Once you've edited and saved config, you can now use /spec reload instead of doing a full server reload or restart. Much easier (and quicker)!
  • All toggles now instantly work after /spec config or /spec reload.
  • New SpectatorPlus’ mode, “world”: with this mode, the spectators can teleport themselves to the players in the same world.
  • New configuration points
    • useSpawnCommandToTeleport - default true: true will use /spawn to teleport spectators; false will use the current world’s spawnpoint.
    • teleportToSpawnOnSpecChangeWithoutLobby - default true: true will teleport spectators to spawn if there is no global lobby set (using ‘/spec lobby set’); false will not attempt to teleport unless a lobby location is set.
    • Newbie mode - default true: true will display “(right-click)” after the spectator inventory items; false will not.
    • enforceArenaBoundary - default true: true will stop spectators flying out of an arena’s boundaries in arena mode; false will not.
  • New permissions
    • spectate.admin.hide: spectate.admin.hide.self and spectate.admin.hide.others.
    • spectate.admin.hide.self: allow the player to hide himself in the teleportation GUI using /spec hide.
    • spectate.admin.hide.others: allow the player to hide any player in the teleportation GUI using /spec hide <name>.
    • spectate.admin.hide.see: allow the player to see hidden players in the teleportation GUI (these players are displayed with a “[HIDDEN]” flag in the tooltip).
    • See the permission list for a list of all permission nodes.

Miscellaneous stuff

  • The teleporter GUI now resizes to accommodate more or less player heads in it.
  • Spectators are teleported away when a player places a block where they are standing - previously the player was unable to place the block.
  • Added lore to spectator items to explain what they do.
  • Sub-commands of /spec will now intelligently auto-complete when you press tab.

Technical stuff

  • Re-wrote the command executor to make it easier to read and to add new commands.
  • Wrote a javadoc for the source code to make it easier to use the API (see here).
  • Arenas are now stored in a slightly different way, but don't worry - arenas already created will be migrated automatically!


  • Citizens NPCs no longer cause errors (they were viewed as players before, which caused some bugs).
  • Players can no longer enter vehicles (e.g. minecarts), or ride horses while spectating.
  • For those using Multiverse Inventories: Changing world no longer causes you to lose your proper inventory for that world.
  • Please don't use the WorldGuard game-mode flag in your arenas, unless you set it to adventure. It will over-ride this plugin's gamemode setting.