enter image description hereSo I was making a command with arrows and I accidentally made them duplicate every tick. Now they are crashing my game every time I join my world. Is there any way I can remove all the arrows?

I've tried NBTExplorer to change my dimension but it still isn't still isn't working.

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    Do you know how to make functions? You could make a function that kills all arrows, then fix the problem and delete the function. Jan 15, 2019 at 3:19
  • What do you mean? I don't think functions instantly run when you load a world and i cant even load the world.
    – yeet
    Jan 15, 2019 at 4:14
  • Have you tried using a chat client to disable command blocks (assuming you used a command block) before killing all arrows?
    – 54D
    Jan 15, 2019 at 9:20
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    What about renaming your level.dat_old file to level.dat? Have you tried it, or will it not work? Jan 15, 2019 at 16:06
  • Alright i've tried renaming my level.dat_old but it stopped responding opon trying to load. I have also already disabled cheats using an nbt editor.
    – yeet
    Jan 16, 2019 at 1:01

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Ok I found out how to use minecraft functions it was SpiceWeasel's idea as show in their comment above. You can use the "minecraft:tick" tag on a minecraft function that kills all arrows. If you have a similar problem I have a download here just edit the .mcfunction file (if it's like a different entity). Then put it into the world's "datapacks" folder.


well basicily if i did understood right it will keep dupelicating Arrows that exist so if you login with console client and do /kill @e it should work

if i did understood wrong and its just spawning more and more i have an idea

first try remove all commandblocks in the World by using some sorta commands *im not that good at vanilla commansd but ik that on worldEdit you can use /replacenear 9999 command_block air

then kill the Arrows that already excist with /kill @e


that will remove all commandblocks in "in radius of where you did the command"

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