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OneWolfe

Mod Developer Wanted for Weapon and Armor Conversions

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I am looking for someone who can develop a tool that will allow pack creators and other developers to change the stats of vanilla and modded weapons.

 

TFC mobs have significantly higher health and damage stats than their vanilla counterparts and the weapons and armor also have damage values to compensate. In a mod pack that includes additional gear even the most over powered enchanted sword will be useless against a simple zombie, a stone knife would be a far better weapon.

 

I have an adventure style mod pack that includes some pretty cool dungeons and monsters to fight from various other mods like the Twilight Forest, but I do not know how to alter their weapon stats to be useful in A a TFC world.

 

Ideally I would like a mod similar to MineTweaker, that has a separate script file where developers can set item stats one at a time.

 

If this kind of mod already exists please let me know, and if anyone else has any suggestions or comments I would love to hear them.

 

:D

 

Thank you,

OneWolfe-

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You can actually use vanilla mechanics with minetweaker to do what you want as far as I know. I'm not an expert at this, but I was able to find a few things. Try this one out.

 

recipes.addShaped(<minecraft:iron_sword>.withTag({display: {Lore: ["TFC Level Damage"], Name: "TFC'd Sword"}, AttributeModifiers: [{UUIDMost: 2872, UUIDLeast: 894654, Amount: 150, AttributeName: "generic.attackDamage", Operation: 0, Name: "generic.attackDamage"}]}), [[null, <ore:ingotIron>, null], [null, <ore:ingotIron>, null], [null, <terrafirmacraft:item.stick>, null]]);

 

Now it should be noted this is generic damage, not the slashing/piercing/crushing damage of TFC. As such a sword will kill skelly just fine. Kitty may be able to provide attribute info for the slashing/piercing/crushing damage (I'll try and find in code, but that will be a slow process) we can then try and sort out the json format to make it craftable. I have a feeling the TFC stuff will fall under the ForgeData stuff.

 

If you look up information on NBT data for map makers/custom spawner etc you can get a lot of info. The best way I found to get it all sorted out is place a command block down, enter the command 

 

 

give @p minecraft:iron_sword 1 0 {AttributeModifiers:[{AttributeName:"generic.attackDamage",Name:"generic.attackDamage",Amount:250,Operation:0,UUIDLeast:894654,UUIDMost:2872}], display:{Name: "TFC'd Sword",Lore: [TFC Level Damage]}}

 

Then just use /mt hand to get the minetweaker entry info.

 

I'm probably going to use this for a few things as well. I'm most interested in some armour attributes, so I'll try and find out more about them. I could kinda explain all this command, but you might have better luck looking it up yourself. There is an attributes page on the minecraft wiki that has a lot of it.

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You can actually use vanilla mechanics with minetweaker to do what you want as far as I know. I'm not an expert at this, but I was able to find a few things. Try this one out.

 

recipes.addShaped(<minecraft:iron_sword>.withTag({display: {Lore: ["TFC Level Damage"], Name: "TFC'd Sword"}, AttributeModifiers: [{UUIDMost: 2872, UUIDLeast: 894654, Amount: 150, AttributeName: "generic.attackDamage", Operation: 0, Name: "generic.attackDamage"}]}), [[null, <ore:ingotIron>, null], [null, <ore:ingotIron>, null], [null, <terrafirmacraft:item.stick>, null]]);

 

Now it should be noted this is generic damage, not the slashing/piercing/crushing damage of TFC. As such a sword will kill skelly just fine. Kitty may be able to provide attribute info for the slashing/piercing/crushing damage (I'll try and find in code, but that will be a slow process) we can then try and sort out the json format to make it craftable. I have a feeling the TFC stuff will fall under the ForgeData stuff.

 

If you look up information on NBT data for map makers/custom spawner etc you can get a lot of info. The best way I found to get it all sorted out is place a command block down, enter the command 

 

 

give @p minecraft:iron_sword 1 0 {AttributeModifiers:[{AttributeName:"generic.attackDamage",Name:"generic.attackDamage",Amount:250,Operation:0,UUIDLeast:894654,UUIDMost:2872}], display:{Name: "TFC'd Sword",Lore: [TFC Level Damage]}}

 

Then just use /mt hand to get the minetweaker entry info.

 

I'm probably going to use this for a few things as well. I'm most interested in some armour attributes, so I'll try and find out more about them. I could kinda explain all this command, but you might have better luck looking it up yourself. There is an attributes page on the minecraft wiki that has a lot of it.

 

I had considered using the give command to set up a few weapons and offer then as quest rewards, but I did not realize you could set the item stats in MineTweaker.

 

How would the crafting recipes effect mob drops tho? Do it only change the stats of crafted items or is everything changed? I am guessing that only a newly crafted sword would have the new stats, while one spawned in creative would still have the normal stats. That is not a problem, I just have to remember if I want to have one as a reward or found in a chest I have to use the crafted version and not just pull it from NEI.

 

I will certainly give this a try :D

 

Thank you,

OneWolfe-

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