Thizzy'z Tree Feller

Thizzy'z Tree Feller


The most customizable tree feller ever made.

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Createda year ago
Updated16 days ago

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Default Behavior

Large Oak Tree

Individual Tree Detection

Birch trees with Overlapping leaves

Advanced Structure Detection

Advanced Structure Detection

Fully Configurable

Total Insanity

In-game Configuration

Custom trees can be configured in seconds by auto-detecting the tree's features

Configuring and felling a custom tree

Extensive Debugging info

Debugging info

  • Configure custom trees with any combination of blocks for its leaves and logs
  • Configure custom tools with custom name, durability, enchantments, and more
  • Almost any configuration option can be customized for each tree or tool
  • Tools or trees can be configured to only work in specific worlds, times of day, gamemodes, and more!


The default configuration will reliably cut down all vanilla trees, while not disturbing player-made structures.

Many user-requested features:

  • Customizable permissions for each tree or tool
  • Global and tool or tree-based cooldowns
  • Tree felling animation
  • Advanced falling trees
  • Effects (particles, sounds, and explosions)
  • /treefeller reload
  • And more!

Compatibility with the following plugins:

  • McMMO Classic
  • McMMO
  • EcoSkills
  • MMOCore
  • Zrip’s Jobs Reborn
  • CoreProtect
  • GriefPrevention
  • WorldGuard
  • Towny
  • Ore Regenerator
  • Drop2Inventory
  • And more!


Does it work with custom trees?


The tree feller is fully capable of detecting and cutting down trees of any shape and size, provided that the logs are connected.

The default config is configured for vanilla trees. If you have very large trees or trees with multiple or mismatched wood or leaf types, you may have to add your own trees to the config.

Many custom trees are generated improperly, containing diagonally connected or persistent leaves.

If this is the case, you may have to enable ignore-leaf-data, diagonal-leaves, and player-leaves.


If you can't get something to work:

  1. Make sure you’re using the latest version
  2. Run /treefeller debug and try to cut down a tree.
  3. Check the startup logs in the server console

If you are unable to pinpoint the problem, I’m happy to help on discord or GitHub. Make sure to provide the config, startup logs, and the debug information from /treefeller debug

Tips/Fun Facts

You can use the tree feller for ores

Add trees using ore for the trunk and with leaves disabled:

  • [COAL_ORE, COAL_ORE, {required-leaves: 0, leaf-detect-range: 0, leaf-break-range: 0, max-height: 256}]

Add tools for each pickaxe with allowed-trees set to ORE

  • {type: IRON_PICKAXE, allowed-trees: ORE}

Set allowed-trees for the axes to LOG

  • {type: IRON_AXE, allowed-trees: LOG}

Fore more specific configuration, allowed-trees should be set to a list of tree indexes, such as [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5] for the first 6 trees defined

(you may need to set max-height higher as well)

You can define more than one tool or tree of the same type

This is useful if you want OR behavior. In this example, a golden axe must have either unbreaking 1 or efficiency 2:


  • {type: GOLDEN_AXE, required-enchantments: {unbreaking: 1}}
  • {type: GOLDEN_AXE, required-enchantments: {efficiency: 2}}

Tools and trees are checked in order

If you have an item that matches two tools, the first one will always be used.

For example:

  • {type: IRON_AXE, required-enchantments: {unbreaking: 1}}
  • {type: IRON_AXE, required-enchantments: {unbreaking: 2}, effects: [explosion]}

An explosion will never occur, as an iron axe with unbreaking 2 also matches the first tool.


/treefeller reload
Permission: treefeller.reload
- Reloads the tree feller configuration
/treefeller help
- Displays help for tree feller commands
/treefeller on
Permission: treefeller.on
- Toggles on the tree feller for the player who ran the command
/treefeller off
- Toggles off the tree feller for the player who ran the command
/treefeller toggle
Permission: treefeller.toggle
- Toggles the tree feller for the player who ran the command
/treefeller debug [on|off]
Permission: treefeller.debug
- Toggles debug mode on or off globally
/treefeller config
Permission: treefeller.config
- Opens the ingame configuration


When you update the tree feller, make sure to add any missing configuration options, as they will not be automatically added

(See config.yml)

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