Herobrine is a non-player character that was created by a fan of Minecraft. Having never actually been a part of the Minecraft game, the story goes that he haunts Minecraft worlds, and Mojang has recognized the story by jokingly putting "Removed Herobrine" in all changelogs for new releases of Minecraft. This plugin for Bukkit and Spigot-based Minecraft servers allows for server administrators to add Herobrine to the game. This plugin is based off of Jakub1221's Bukkit plugin named HerobrineAI. Just as HerobrineAI was, this plugin is released under the MIT license. This plugin is open source, and anyone may contribute to the plugin code. The project source code as well as more information on contributing to the project is available on the Herobrine Git Repository page.

Will Herobrine work with my other plugins?

Herobrine is designed to be compatible with the following plugins:

What can Herobrine do?

Herobrine can be configured to do the following:

What is Herobrine's Totem?

Herobrine's Totem is a structure that players can build that, based on the plugin's configuration, could result in Herobrine teleporting to the player. Instructions on how to build Herobrine's Totem are available here.

Herobrine's Totem

What are Herobrine's Artifacts?

Herobrine's Artifacts are items that Herobrine may leave in his temples. Below is a list of the artifacts that Herobrine can be configured to hide as well as a brief description of their capabilities.

Bow of Teleporting
Description: Teleports player to the location where the arrow landed
Use: Shoot the arrow to teleport
Sword of Lightning
Description: 50% chance of causing a lightning strike
Use: Click on the ground or on a mob
Apple of Death
Description: Kills all mobs in a radius of 20 blocks
Use: Click on the ground or on a mob
Ancient Sword
Description: Protects you from Herobrine
Use: Hold the sword

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