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Weeping Angels

TARDISWeepingAngels is a complementary add-on plugin that transforms skeletons into terrifying Weeping Angels, zombies into Cybermen and Pig Zombies into angry Ice Warriors.

Weeping Angel


Ice Warrior

You can download the TARDISWeepingAngels JAR available from the Bukkit page: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/tardisweepingangels/

And the TARDISWeepingAngels Resource Pack from the CurseForge page: http://minecraft.curseforge.com/texture-packs/tardisweeping-angels/


For each monster:



Weeping Angel Information

Weeping Angels only spawn at night in loaded chunks. They spawn with grey leather armour and a water lily helmet (their wings).

Weeping Angels can only be killed with the configured weapon — by default a DIAMOND_PICKAXE — hitting them with anything else has no effect. When they die they drop random amounts (1-3) of the configured items (STONE and COBBLESTONE by default), and very rarely a skull.

The angels move pretty fast, but you can freeze them in place by looking at them and quickly pressing the sneak key. Better arm yourself or flee quickly though, as they’ll be after you again in a snap — and if they touch you, you’ll be teleported away to a random location. If configured, your TARDIS Key will also be stolen.

Cybermen Information

Cybermen can spawn at anytime. They spawn with iron armour.

If configured, Cybermen will upgrade villagers and players when they have killed them (a new Cyberman) spawns in their place. If the upgraded entity was a player, the new Cyberman displays the player’s name above its head.

Ice Warrior Information

Ice Warriors are really angry. They can spawn at anytime, but only spawn in snowy, icy or cold biomes. They carry an ice dagger. Did I mention they’re angry!


Command Arguments What it does Aliases
/angel None Spawn an angel on the block you are looking at /tardisangel
/cyberman None Spawn an angel on the block you are looking at /tcyberman
/warrior None Spawn an Ice Warrior on the block you are looking at /twarrior
/angeldisguise [on:off] Disguises you as a Weeping Angel /tardisangeldisguise
/icedisguise [on:off] Disguises you as an Ice Warrior /warriordisguise
/cyberdisguise [on:off] Disguises you as a Cyberman /cyberd
/angelcount [a:c:i] [world] Reports the current number of the specified monster [a:c:i] in the specified world [world] /cybercount
/twa [a:c:i] [add:remove] [world] Add or remove [add:remove] a world [world] to/from the worlds list for the specified monster [a:c:i] /aadmin


The default config is shown below:

        how_many: 5
        how_often: 400
        max_per_world: 50
        - world
    freeze_time: 100
        - STONE
    angels_can_steal: true
        how_many: 3
        how_often: 400
        max_per_world: 25
        - world
        - ICE
        - PACKED_ICE
        - SNOW_BLOCK
        how_many: 3
        how_often: 400
        max_per_world: 30
        - world
        - REDSTONE
        - STONE_BUTTON
    can_upgrade: true

The spawn_rate section sets Angel, Cybermen and Ice Warrior spawning options

The worlds section allows you to list the worlds you want the monsters to spawn in.

drops sets a list of items that drop when the monsters is killed.

Angel specific

freeze_time is the length of time (in server ticks) that the Angels remain motionless for.

weapon sets the item that will kill a Weeping Angel.

angels_can_steal sets whether the Angels can steal your TARDIS Key — requires the TARDIS plugin to be installed.

Cybermen specific

can_upgrade sets whether the Cybermen can upgrade players and villagers.