Cheese Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.2 / 1.7.8 / 1.7.9 / 1.7.10

Generally, I try to avoid these simple, novelty-type plugins that do little to really add to the diversity of the game and are more for laughs.  However, I love cheese, and I get the feeling that you (the reader) also have some emotional connection to cheese.  As such, I present to you gabe4356’s Cheese plugin.

 

So, what exactly does this plugin do?  Well – there are nine commands, each with their own permission:

 

  1. /cheese – this simply prints a list of the next eight commands to the player’s screen.  Permission is cheese.cheese

  2. /Cheddar – either sets the player’s health to 20, or adds 20 to current health – not entirely sure, need to test this further.  Permission is cheese.cheddar

  3. /Blue – player temporarily loses control of their speech ability, spouting nonsense.  Also, the player will take five damage dealt via embarrassment.  Permission is cheese.blue

  4. /Chex – a mix of crunchy, glorious goodness, although completely void of cheese.  Yields large amounts of experience points (as consuming chex mix is a wonderful experience).  Permission is cheese.chex

  5. /Chexterminate – well, the /exterminate command blows up whatever mob you are looking at (loads of fun), so I will give you one guess as to what this command does…  Permission is cheese.chexterminate

  6. /Kefalograviera – provides the player with flight, similar to the flight available in creative mode.  Permission is cheese.kefalograviera

  7. /Chevre – for some reason, eating this cheese gives the player a disk.  Maybe they find it in the cheese?  That has to be an FDA violation…  Permission is cheese.chevre

  8. /Oka – this cheese is apparently extremely healthy.  Eat it and you will see what I mean.  Permission is cheese.oka

  9. /Chinfo – provides further information about the Cheese plugin.  Permission is cheese.chinfo

 

Now, what I meant earlier by “novelty-type plugins” is thus: this plugin does not actually add anything useful to the game in terms of content or utility.  It is merely a fun tool to play with.  Now, if each of these cheeses were represented by an actual item that could be crafted, that would be a different story.

 

Regardless, it is an amusing plugin that can be used for a few laughs or perhaps some kind of reward system.  I cannot really think of any creative uses for this plugin, nor will I be rating it since it falls on a different sort of scale than the average mod.  If you like cheese, give it a download!

 

How to Install the Cheese Plugin for Minecraft 1.7.2 / 1.7.8 / 1.7.9 / 1.7.10

 

  1. Download the latest version of the Cheese plugin.

  2. Place the .jar file from step 1 into your game or server’s plugins directory.

  3. Run the game or server and wait for it to fully load.

  4. Restart your Minecraft game or server, or login to your admin account and execute the /reload command.

  5. Run the server or enter a world again.  The plugin should be properly loaded.

 

How do you feel about these types of plugins/mods?  Do they have a place amongst other, more creative creations, or are they space-wasters?  Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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