Crazy Enchantments Minecraft Plugin
Last modified on Feb 14, 2023 in Plugins
By Dalton Whalen
Enchantments are an everyday occurrence on a Minecraft server, as they often become the focus after you move to the mid-to-late game. Whether you’re looking to increase your damage output or have the most overpowered gear, enchanting is the way to go. Aside from the occasional enchantment added through updates, they tend to be quite limited and repetitive. Thankfully this is resolved with Crazy Enchantments, a Minecraft plugin that adds over 80 new enchantments of varying abilities. Gain night vision on your helmet, fight with lightning arrows, and much more with this powerful plugin. Adding plugins to your server is easy with our Apex Hosting panel uploader, so we have created this tutorial to help you get started.
Downloading Crazy Enchantments
- Visit the Crazy Enchantments Spigot Page.
- Press the blue
Download Nowbutton in the top-right.
- Save the .jar file to a safe location, as it will be needed shortly.
Note: For older versions (1.8.8-1.18.2) visit the legacy download page. Please keep in mind that these versions are no longer receiving updates, so it is advised to stick to the latest release.
- Navigate to your Apex server panel, then stop the server.
- Scroll down to the
JAR Filesection and open the dropdown menu.
- Ensure the server version is plugin-compatible, such as PaperMC or Spigot.
- Afterwards, enter the
FTP File Accessin the left-hand menu.
- Click the
pluginsfolder, then press
Uploadin the top-left.
- Drag + drop the plugin .jar file into the right-hand side.
- Once at 100%, return to the main panel page.
restartto load up Crazy Enchantments on your server.
To begin, use the /ce command from in-game, which will open a GUI menu with several options. You will use this menu for the majority of the plugin features, so it is best to familiarize yourself with what each one accomplishes.
Obtaining New Enchantments
The first step of using Crazy Enchantments is to actually earn them. The 3 enchanted buttons in the lower section allow you to spend 20, 40, and 60 exp levels respectively to earn common, rare, or legendary enchantments. While these are quite expensive, their potential abilities make up for it.
Adding Enchantments to Items
Now that you have your enchantments, you are ready to add them to your items. When hovering over an enchanted book, you will be told which item it can be placed on, as well as the chances for the various results. To add the enchantment, pick up the book, then click the desired item. One of three results will occur:
Success – The enchantment will be placed on the item without any issues.
Failure – The enchantment fails, causing you to lose the book but keep the item.
Destroyed – The enchantment fails, destroying both the book and the item at the same time.
With so many enchantments to obtain and choose from, it can become difficult to keep track of the potential options. By pressing the compass symbol, you will open the Enchantment Info page, where you can see all of the enchantments for each tool.
Black and White Scrolls
A set of modifiers are the scroll items, which directly affect your enchantable items. The Black Scroll is used to remove an enchantment from a tool, but the result is random. The White Scroll item adds protection to your tool, preventing it from being destroyed when adding an enchantment.
The other set of items are the Magical Angel Dust and Magical Fixing Dust. The first of which will increase the success chance of an enchantment book, while the other decreases the destroy chance. Some dust yields better results, however they are vital in guaranteeing a successful enchant.
Similar to an anvil, the Blacksmith section of the plugin allows you to combine various enchantments together. You can either add two books of the same type to increase its power or merge two items together for their enchants.
The Crazy Tinkerer
With the enchantment books being completely randomized, you may gain a surplus of enchantments that you no longer need. Luckily, the Crazy Tinkerer allows you to recycle your books into Mystery Dust. When held and right-clicked, Mystery Dust will turn into the previously-mentioned Angel or Fixing Dust.
Notable Commands and Permissions
In order to use the commands and features from Crazy Enchantments, you will need to either give yourself OP or configure a permissions plugin like LuckPerms. For a full list of Crazy Enchantments commands and permissions, visit the wiki page here.
|/ce||crazyenchantments.access||Opens the main GUI menu for the plugin.|
|/tinker||crazyenchantments.tinker||Allows access to the Tinkerer GUI menu.|
|/blacksmith||crazyenchantments.blacksmith||Allows access to the Blacksmith GUI menu.|
|/ce reload||crazyenchantments.reload||Reloads the plugin configuration file from in-game.|
|N/A||crazyenchantments.sign||Allows a player to make sign shops.|
|N/A||crazyenchantments.limit.#||Replace # to set the limit for the max amount of enchantments.|
|N/A||crazyenchantments.admin||Gives access to all Crazy Enchantment commands.|
The plugin commands do not work:
In most cases, this issue is caused when the server cannot properly find the plugin .jar file. From in-game, use the
/plugins command and make note of the results. If Crazy Enchantments is not listed, verify that the file has been uploaded directly into the plugins folder. Once this is done, restart the server and try using the plugin once again. If you receive a permissions error with commands, you will need to configure a permissions plugin like LuckPerms.
I can’t purchase scrolls or dust:
By default, the plugin uses an economy plugin like Vault in order to purchase these items with in-game currency. If you do not wish to use Vault, visit the FTP File Access and navigate to
/plugins/CrazyEnchantments/config.yml. Press “Edit” to the far-right to open the editor, then scroll down to find the
Costs section. Under the desired items, change the currency from
XP_Level and adjust the cost accordingly. Once done, press
Save and restart the server.