WarpGate 1.5 (Coanda Effect) WarpGate allows you to create portals / gates from one area to another, it also adds an additional feature of chainable looping up to 7 portals, link gates to different gates to create unique jumping effects. Now when you enter a portal, when you try and go back, you may not always wind up in the same spot. Features: Create unique effects through linking. Creating WarpGates is easy. /wg create [name] - while facing the direction you wish the portal to be & the user to come out of. It will magically create the portal. Looping, Put a WarpGate infront of another, link one to another gate, link the second to a different gate, jump through the first and watch the magic happen. Placement judged by position, Exit based on position as well. Permissions to prevent malicious use. Use iConomy and make users pay to use the gates! (Works without iConomy as well!) To be implemented: Remove blocks upon destruction of WarpGate. Allow vehicle movement support. Different prices per gate Commands: Code: /wg create [gate-name] (link-to) (cost) - Creates WarpGate with the name specified. No spaces! /wg cost [gate-name] [amount] - Set the cost of individual gates! /wg link [gate-name] [to-gate-name] - Link a WarpGate to another WarpGate. /wg unlink [gate-name] - Remove the link currently set on gate-name /wg remove [gate-name] - Remove the gate-name all together. /wg list - Shows a list of gates & connections each have. Creating your first WarpGate: Find the perfect open area. Type: /wg create Gate Walk ten steps ahead or wherever the next free space is. Type: /wg create Gate2 Now you need to link them together or one to the other. Type: /wg link Gate Gate2 Now walk back to the first gate and walk through it. You should now be at Gate2. To link Gate2 & Gate together as a pair: Type: /wg link Gate2 Gate Now you can warp through both gates seamlessly. Download: Download latest release (1.5, 48+) (Make sure to edit WarpGate/WarpGate.permissions!) Older WarpGate Releases: 1.4 (44+), 1.3 (33), 1.2, 1.1, 1.0 Source via Github (SRC) (GPLv2) Thank you to SpeakEasy for his insight and help on rotation.