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How do I use commands to change/repair the durability of items? For example, on my vanilla server, donors get an durability 99999/99999 renamed diamond pickaxe (with all enchantments on it). But how do I set it to the durability specified?

If possible, use only one command and use /give.

Thank you.

[Minecraft 1.8.1]

  • Check out this question - it's about a diamond sword and sword enchantments but you should be able to change it to reference a pick and the enchantments you want. gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/192305/… – Johonn Nov 28 '14 at 15:45
  • I am not asking "how to enchant". I am asking for changing durability without enchantments. – 54D Nov 28 '14 at 16:32
  • Then consider rewording your question. You asked "But how do I set it to unbreaking?" which to me means "How do I put an unbreaking enchantment on it?" – Johonn Nov 28 '14 at 17:14
  • As far as I can tell, there is no way to edit/change durability in Vanilla. What specifically do you want to accomplish? – Johonn Nov 28 '14 at 17:21
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You can use the /give command to create an item with a certain amount of durability by entering a damage value after the quantity. For example, to give a diamond pickaxe that has been used 50 times (1511 durability remaining), use this command:

/give @p diamond_pickaxe 1 50

The /give command also allows you to give items with NBT data, including the Unbreaking tag. To give a diamond pickaxe that will never break, use this command:

/give @p diamond_pickaxe 1 0 {Unbreakable:1}
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Well, the easiest way is to do /give @p (item) 1 (then the durability) you may have to play around with this but in your way you can do:

#/give @p diamond_pickaxe 1 11560

This command will say that the durability is -9999 however, this means that the pick will go up to 0 to break. which leaves 9999 uses!

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