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Apperk

Command does not work

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I am working on a TFC map and I want to set players' hunger and thirst. But it seems the "/sps" command does not work for hunger or thirst. It only works with the health of the player.

Here is an example: 

" /sps <playername> 10.0 10.0 10.0 "  ----> Result: The health of player was set to 100 but nothing changed about hunger and thirst

 

Am I doing something wrong or is this a common bug/issue ?

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No one knows a solution for this ? My tfc is up to date btw

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Very very few people bother with any of the TFC commands. I've never had good luck with the sps commands, didn't have much need for them though. So I doubt anyone really knows if they are bugged or not.

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16 hours ago, Bunsan said:

Very very few people bother with any of the TFC commands. I've never had good luck with the sps commands, didn't have much need for them though. So I doubt anyone really knows if they are bugged or not.

But I need to set the player's health,hunger and thirst when a pressure plate is triggered, do you know how to do that ? I can edit NBT Data of the world and set my characters stats but i want to change the stats of a player when a pressure plate is activated. Does anyone know how to do it ?

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TFC was never truly friendly for map making. The creative mod is full of glitches and the Devs had said many times that the mod is not intended for creative.

Right now there is no way place a naturally generate ore block. Like for example, you can place a block of Basalt, but if you try to place a block of gold ore it will be transparent. 

Please don't get me wrong I absolutely love Terrafirmacraft, and understand that while developing the mod some choices were made always with the intention that it would be played in a certain way.

In the 5 years that I have played and followed this mod I have never seen a TFC adventure map.

People have been successful in creating mod packs and servers.

Even though you have a hard time setting the player initial health value I have used in the past a mod called JAS ( Just Another Spawner) that allows you to set the health and conditions for the spawning of every animal and mob. That may help you in your project. It requires some learning and you have to create scripts for every thing that will spawn in the world.

Good luck in your map.

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We use command blocks on our server to spawn entities with TFC properties. You should be able to set player properties with them as well.

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