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I am making a kit in Minecraft and I want to get a sword with no knockback.

Is there a way to make that sword?

  • err woops messed up the title XD – xaal Aug 11 '15 at 21:10
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Items will always do knockback because all mobs have the ability to take knockback. If you uses any item (even your fists) and hit a mob they will take knockback. Therefore like Snafu_ said, it will be impossible to accomplish such a task with any item (not only a sword) unless you modify the mob taking the knockback (like adding a knockback resistance attribute).

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The only way you'll be able to achieve this effect is by giving the other players/mobs the knockback resistance attribute modifier.

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This is possible from what I understand, and I think it's actually a modifier to the sword. I'm not going to dig into it right now, but it may be possible.

A knockback of 255 could be the solution, because that is equivalent to nothing in most cases, but I don't recommend trying it in case it does launch you 29,999,999 blocks out.

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I think you should make a test for command block to test if a mob/player is hit, then to them forward, but you would need a way to tell which way they were hit from... Idk, I the best answer is probably to give knock back resistance to mobs/players.

  • And how would someone go about making this work? – Frank Aug 18 '15 at 3:57
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I believe if you get a sword with knockback 10,001 (With commands) then it will go into minus knockback. I haven't tested this myself so I am unsure if this method works.

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    Do you have a reference for this information? – cutypi Aug 13 '15 at 1:35
  • Do you mean Level 65536? (either way, it's still wrong) – aytimothy Aug 13 '15 at 2:38

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