The National Security Mod - DefenseCraft, OffenseCraft
Protect the empire you have created on your Minecraft world or Server, introducing The National Security Mod!
This is actually two mods under one name, DefenseCraft, and OffenseCraft. I would like these mods to correlate to the real world as much as possible.
The reason for which this mod would be made, would be to give Minecraft players the resources they need to properly and realistically protect their base from missiles, airstrikes, and security breaches etc to allow it to run effectively. Below is information explain what each mod would entail, and what they would comprise of.
Section 1 - DefenseCraft
This section will be comprised of blocks, items, apparatuses etc for the purposes of defending your base.
Section 1.A - Blocks
CCTV Camera - This block will allow players to remotely monitor areas of their base. When the CCTV Camera is first placed it will be stationary. The player will right click on the camera opening a GUI where they will set a certain frequency with the option to lock it. (Locking the frequency will make it private stopping other players on the world from accessing the cameras feed.) Next they will place a CCTV Monitor.
CCTV Monitor (tier 1) - This block will allow you to access the feed from the CCTV Camera. After placing it, you right click it, opening a GUI where you will set a frequency the matches the CCTV Camera. Then you will be able to view live feed from the camera on the monitor.
CCTV Monitor (tier 2) - This is exactly the same as the tier 1 CCTV Monitor except you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to control the aim of the camera.
CCTV Monitor (tier 3) - This is exactly the same as the tier 2 CCTV Monitor except when you place it, it takes up the space of 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, or 9x9 blocks (not three dimensional, but more like Minecraft paintings). In each square face will be displayed a a live feed from the CCTV Cameras you choose. (You right click on the CCTV Monitor opening a GUI where you choose what CCTV Camera frequency will correlate to each block face.
Laser Tripwire Transmitter - This block will look more like a single Minecraft fence when placed except it will be two blocks tall. It will transmit two lasers (one on the bottom block, another on the top) which will be received by the Laser Tripwire Receiver. (The laser will have an optional setting: invisible, or view-able) Imagine you have a laser spanning across 50 blocks, there will be a setting that will allow you to output a redstone signal on a side of the block dependent upon what side of the lase is breached. For example, if a player passes through the first 25 blocks on the left side, a redstone signal will be outputted on the left side of the block or vice versa if the laser is crossed on the second 25 blocks on the right side. A diagram will be included in the future to help you imagine this.
Laser Tripwire Receiver - This block will receive the laser from the block above and emit a redstone signal when a player passes through the tripwire.
I have multiple other ideas including but not limited to GPS Trackers, radars, missiles, guns, inventory scanners, airspace control, walkie talkies, phone lines, telecommunication towers, satellites, and even a NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) system as well as many ideas for OffenseCraft. I will put all these ideas up if I find people who are interested in the making of this mod.
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