I updated the post. My daily is a P4 running A11 and I built it with that n mind, but the dev and testingwas done on my old device,, runnoing oreo. I didnt see why it wouldnt (and stilldont) work in A11. I have updated that post to make note of the issue. Thanks.
Its not really a "RAndom Bootloop" stoper, as running it all the time, would eventrually disable the selected module, unless you reset it every few boots, before it went into action.I guess the way I interpreted the Module was more of a "Random Bootloop Blocker", which is my fault, as you mentioned in the post explanation, having no TWRP, makes it difficult when on the go, running into a bootloop, and it would be interesting, if could setup (not asking you just stating) a sort of protection against these bootloops, and have it go ahead and delete ALL the modules fully when the device bootloops more than your desired X number. Can't say I'd be good at trying to accomplish this, but that's half the fun, I think, right?
To disable ALL modules, thats already handled by Magisk built in features. The idea of this feature was to automaiclly disable one, without haviongto reconfigure all the others.