DownloadFull information available at BukkitDev Dogtags is a plugin that allows player to cut-off dogtags from their victims. I think it will bring more fun to any PVP-server. What are Dogtags Dogtags are... map with images that contains a dogtag picture and player's name. When players is killed by another player with a defined weapon (there are two classes of wepon: knife weapon (default - shears and a regular weapon (default: all types of swords). Features Creating dogtag for every player Drop dogtags when player was killed by other player Drop HEAD with victims skin Critical damage - deal additional damage Backstabs - deal critical damage to player while you sneaking and hitting his back Harakiri - an fine alternative to /kill command (with configurable cooldown) Display special death message when player claim dogtag from his victim, or when player made a harakiri Changes v0.0.5 Now you can define region (provided by WorldGuard) where Dogtags features (dropping dogtags or player's head) are disabled. It could be useful to prevent item farming at PVP-arenas (or anywhere you want) New command: /dogtag rg [region name] - shows list or toggles regions state (disable/enable Dogtags in region) v0.0.4 Updated to CB1.4.5-R1.0 language-save key in config is now "unhidden" Added ability to disable "Dogtags by fromgate" message. Check config. Added command /dogtag head <name> to drop head of any player Russian language file is now integrated to jar History (Move your mouse to reveal the content) History (open) History (close) v0.0.3 Added ability to cut... heads using axes and additionally defined weapons Preventing dogtags cloning using the workbench recipe Recoded to improve performance 1.4.2 ready: you can hold dogtags in frames v0.0.2/4 Fixed lag reason when player joining. I think it's now really fixed v0.0.2/3 Fixed lag reason when player joining v0.0.2 Added backstabs Added harakiries Added player effects (when player were backstabbed, or trieing to made a harakiri) v0.0.1 Releasing my awesome plugin Like this plugin? You can buy me a chocolate!