I seem to be doing a lot of bukkit plugins lately. At least they’re good ones, though.
This plugin adds a few new riding animals into minecraft. You’re not just stuck with horses anymore. You’ve got donkeys, mules, and skeleton horses. Yep, you can ride a dead horse instead of beating it like someone who makes Australian jokes. ¡ǝʇɐɯ ‘ʎɐp pooƃ. There are also zombie horses. They both look pretty cool. I mean, imagine running through a city riding one of these:
Just imagine it. Let that image sink in. Sadly, this is NOT single-player, only bukkit. And the horses don’t spawn naturally, so I guess you can use it as a way to identify the devs from everyone else. Or as a premium reward on a server for donating to them. Whatever you want to do with it, really. To spawn one, just type /dh followed by the type of horse you want. The list is:
Add ” tamed” to the end of the command to spawn a tamed one that you just need to saddle. Then proceed onto your ever-lasting undead ride into the setting moon.
DarkHorse Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.4 Main Features
- Adds in four new horses.
- Allows you to spawn in every kind of horse.
- SMP compatible.
How to Use the DarkHorse Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.4
Full list of commands:
- /dh horse
- /dh horse tamed
- /dh donkey
- /dh donkey tamed
- /dh mule
- /dh mule tamed
- /dh skeleton
- /dh skeleton tamed
- /dh zombie
- /dh zombie tamed
Use one of those to spawn a horse. They’re all pretty self-explanatory. If you use one of the -tamed commands, your horse just needs to be saddled.
DarkHorse Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.4 Pros and Cons
- Spawn horses.
- Spawn tamed horses.
- SMP compatible!
- It doesn’t let you craft saddles. I know there are other mods for this, but it’s an SMP mod only.
- Not SSP-compatible.
DarkHorse Plugin Version 1.2 for Minecraft 1.7.4 Changelog
- All horses tamable
- Added mules
- Cleaned up code
- Updated commands
- Updated permissions
How to Install the DarkHorse Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.4
- Download the bukkit server.
- Download the DarkHorse plugin.
- Drag the .jar file into your plugins folder.
- Run the server, log onto it, and test the plugin by typing a command.
- If it works, you’ve done it correctly.