BorderGuard Version 2.00 This plugin prevents people from exploring beyond a defined border. The border can be either a physical border, or an invisible border. This plugin checks for all movement, including vehicle movement, and will keep you within the border even if you remain within a vehicle. For a more lightweight version of the plugin, without physical borders, check out BorderGuard Lite: http://forums.bukkit.org/threads/mech-borderguard-lite-v1-00-limit-your-map-188.3078/ Download: http://minerealm.com/plugins/borderguard/BorderGuard.jar (v2.00) (If you appreciate this plugin, please feel free to leave a comment below. =]) To set an invisible border: /setborder <distance> - Set the border, and the distance of the border from your current point. To set a physical border: /setborder <distance> <block id> - Set the border, the distance of the border from your current point, and the block ID for the border. For a list of block IDs, please refer to here: http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Data_values To disable the border: /disableborder - Remove the border. Only the person who first uses the /setborder command can use it again, or remove the border. Version History: V2.00 - Fixed vehicle bugs, made blocks outside border indestructible, added option for physical border. V1.20 - Fixed issue with error messages being displayed when animals were in vehicles. V1.10 - Now properly checks all vehicles (boats, minecarts, etc) V1.00 - First release. Notes: 1. Using, for example, "/setborder 5", will set the border 5 blocks away from the location you are standing. This would create a border that is 10x10 in size. 2. Large physical borders will generate the border as people get near the actual border area. This prevents large amounts of system resources being used when you first generate the border. 3. Using the /disableborder command will remove the physical border (if set), and revert any blocks that were overwritten to their original state. 4. When using the /setborder command, it will remove any existing borders. 5. Physical borders are indestructible, regardless of the block used. Let me know if you have any questions, or find any problems. Enjoy!