Welcome to Mythic Dungeons!
Thanks for your interest in Mythic Dungeons! Here, we'll go over some of the basics involved in running and using the plugin. The whole experience is designed to be as straightforward as possible, but with how complex and powerful Mythic Dungeons is, there is a bit of a learning curve.
Installing Mythic Dungeons is as simple as dropping the plugin jar file into your server's plugin folder and running the server. Currently, Mythic Dungeons supports Spigot and its most popular forks. (Paper, Purpur, Pufferfish, etc.)
Once the plugin is installed, it will automatically create a folder called
MythicDungeons in the plugins folder containing a config file and a
maps folder with a default
dungeon-config.yml file. The
maps folder is where your dungeon worlds will be saved, and
dungeon-config.yml contains all the settings a newly created dungeon will use by default.
Installing the plugin will also automatically download and enable its default party system called DungeonParties. (Called
PartyHandler.jar in the
MythicDungeons folder.) Mythic Dungeons can also use other party plugins instead of its default party handler. Supported plugins include:
- DungeonParties (proprietary, default party handler)
- More to come! See below...
NOTE: If you have another plugin that handles parties, tell us about it in our issue tracker and we'll consider adding support for it!
And that's it! You're ready to start making dungeons! Check out these pages to learn more about using the plugin and how it all works.