TARDIS

A Bukkit plugin for all Doctor Who fans — create and use a TARDIS! It’s bigger on the inside!

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Travel configuration options

These are the travel configuration options.

Option Type Default Value
travel:
    include_default_world boolean false
  Sets whether the default world is included in time travel destinations.
    tp_radius integer 500
  Sets the maximum distance (in blocks) you can randomly time travel in the TARDIS. Note The actual values is about 4 times this (due to the multiplier repeater).
    max_distance integer 29999983
  Sets the maximum distance (in blocks) that can be used with the /tardistravel command. If the (vanilla) World Border distance is smaller this will be used instead.
    chameleon boolean true
  Sets whether the TARDIS police box can change its appearance to match its surroundings.
    give_key boolean false
  Sets whether the TARDIS key is given when changing worlds (and using a multi-world inventory plugin).
    the_end boolean false
  Sets whether the TARDIS is allowed to travel to The End worlds.
    nether boolean false
  Sets whether the TARDIS is allowed to travel to Nether worlds.
    land_on_water boolean true
  Sets whether the TARDIS will land on water in the Overworld.
    timeout integer 5
    timeout_height integer 135
  Sets the maximum time in seconds a random location task can take. If the task times out then the Police Box location is set at the timeout_height value. This prevents the plugin crashing when using skyblock type worlds.
    random_attempts integer 30
  Sets the maximum number of attempts to find a random location. This prevents the plugin crashing under certain circumstances.
    exile boolean false
  Sets whether the TARDIS exile feature is enabled.
    per_world_perms boolean false
  Sets whether players require the tardis.travel.[world] permission to travel to a world.
    terminal_step integer 1
  Sets the 4 step values that the TARDIS Destination Terminal GUI uses, where the steps are 10 * step and 25 * step etc.
    terminal
          redefine boolean true
          the_end string world
          nether string world
  Allows you to redefine the End and Nether buttons in the Destination Terminal to specific worlds when travel to those environments is disabled.
    manual_flight_delay integer 60
  Sets the server tick delay between having to click the repeaters in manual flight mode.
    random_circuit
          x integer 5000
          y integer 5000
  Maximum +/- number of blocks the random location search will look between in x and z directions, so default will be -5000 to 5000 in both x and z directions. If the WorldBorder plugin is installed or a vaniila world border is in use, then those settings will be used instead.
    no_destination_malfunctions boolean true
  Sets whether the TARDIS will malfunction if no valid random destination can be found with the current console settings.

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