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I have been working on this command at least an hour and have had no luck.

/give @a[score_KitAntiArcher_min=0] minecraft:leather_leggings 1 0  {AttributeModifiers:[{Operation:0,UUIDLeast:1,UUIDMost:1,Amount:0.10,AttributeName:generic.movementSpeed,Name:Speed}],display:[{Name:"Speedy Leggings"},{color:0}]} 

I was wondering if their is a way to do the following objective: Give Leather Pants to any player with a score of "KitAntiArcher" that's 1 or higher, with these data tags:

  • +0.10 speed
  • Leather pants must be colored black
  • Custom name: Speedy Leggings

Before you say I can just get essentials and make a kit... please know I'm trying to avoid getting essentials at the moment.

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to any player with a score of "KitAntiArcher" that's 1 or higher

Currently your selector (@a[score_KitAntiArcher_min=0]) will target anyone with 0 or higher. It should instead be @a[score_KitAntiArcher_min=1] for a minimum of 1.


The only remaining problem I see is then with this part:

display:[{Name:"Speedy Leggings"},{color:0}]

display is not a list of compound tags, but instead just compound tag. It should therefore be:

display:{Name:"Speedy Leggings",color:0}

Here's a wiki page on item NBT format.


The speed attribute should be working as-is, but keep in mind that UUIDLeast:1,UUIDMost:1 needs to be unique, meaning you shouldn't have another attribute that also has UUIDLeast:1,UUIDMost:1 that could be affecting the player at the same time.

It's usually best to have these be random numbers, so you don't end up accidentally reusing them.


Your fixed command should be:

/give @a[score_KitAntiArcher_min=1] minecraft:leather_leggings 1 0  {AttributeModifiers:[{Operation:0,UUIDLeast:1,UUIDMost:1,Amount:0.10,AttributeName:generic.movementSpeed,Name:Speed}],display:{Name:"Speedy Leggings",color:0}} 
  • Thank you it worked. also the score being 0 was on purpose for testing i just forgot to change it in the post – DeathlyDiamond Dec 29 '16 at 15:54

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