The Tenth Doctor used a Chameleon Arch to change himself into the human John Smith to elude the Family of Blood. You can craft a fob watch to change your self from a Time Lord in a regular player (a Steve — albiet with a random name).
To view the fob watch recipe type:
Once you have crafted the fob watch, you can put it to use!
When ‘de-fobbing’ your Time Lord inventory and armour is restored.
If configured (see below), a player may lose both ‘fobbed’ and time Lord inventories when they die.
If you log off while ‘fobbed’ the amount of time you have been ‘fobbed’ for is recorded, when you log back in you will still need to meet the minimum time requirement.
There are two commands associated with ‘fobbing’.
Shows the player how much time left they have before they can ‘de-fob’
/tardisadmin arch [fake arch name]
Admins can use this to show the ‘fobbed’ player’s real name
Note: command usage is still logged with the player’s real name.
Server admins can change the Chameleon Arch options.
arch: enabled: [true|false] min_time: [real time in minutes] switch_inventory: [true|false] clear_inv_on_death: [true|false]
enabled — whether the feature is even enabled — default
true, restart required for change to take effect
min_time — how long a player must remain ‘fobbed’ — default
20 minutes (1 Minecraft day)
switch_inventory — whether to switch/clear the player’s inventory — default
true (be careful enabling this if using other inventory management plugins…)
clear_inv_on_death — whether to clear (both) ‘fobbed’ and saved Time Lord inventories on death — default