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I am making a huge map (Not giving any spoilers!) it's taken me 13.4 days to make this, yet I ran into one problem. When a player dies the redstone still flows.

I was wondering if there is a way for a command block to detect whenever a player dies and be able to make it able to restart?

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  • "When a player dies, the redstone still flows" What redstone? Who/what triggered that redstone? We need more information in order to solve your question
    – ALX
    Jul 8, 2016 at 23:25
  • Ugh. The Redstone that powers the command blocks to send *cough command blocks to send aggressive items at the player/s Jul 8, 2016 at 23:36

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I believe you are asking for a way to send a redstone current whenever a player is "dead" (died and didn't hit respawn).

In Minecraft, being "dead" means you have 0 health, right? So all we need is a command to check their health. Luckily, that's pretty easy! All entities (or maybe just mobs, not 100% sure) have a "Health" tag. All we need is a testfor checking if you have 0 health, using this command:
/testfor @a {Health:0.0f}

What does the 's' mean?
Health is what is known as a short, a type of intsger value used in programming. You may have seen values such as "1b". 'B' stands for byte, a similar value, but with a smaller possible value. Bytes can store a number from -256 to 255, and shorts can store a number from -32,768 to 32,767.

One more thing! To receive the current, you must have a redstone comparator hooked up to the /testfor command block.
I hope this is what you are looking for! Just leave a comment or edit your question if this isn't!

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    Signed bytes have a range of -128 to 127. Also be aware that this will not work in 1.9+, as Health is a float rather than a short. That would be a very simple fix though, as you'd simply declare it as a float (Health:0.0f).
    – Skylinerw
    Jul 24, 2016 at 1:22
  • Wait, Health used to be a signed byte? I thought it was a regular one, which just goes to show my command knowledge :)
    – Daniel G
    Jul 25, 2016 at 2:05

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