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I used this command: /give @p minecraft:iron_hoe{CanDestroy:["grass_block"]} 1 250, but it won't give the hoe with the certain durability. How do I make this work in 1.13.2?

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Actually just try /give @p minecraft:iron_hoe{CanDestroy:["grass_block"]} 1 and then just use it yourself to wear out durability, or if you don't like that you can try /give @p minecraft:iron_hoe{CanDestroy:["grass_block"]} 1 250 again.

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  • ok lets hope this works ok Apr 20, 2019 at 22:53
  • i used the command and then made a machine to us an item up.
    – Hlep
    Apr 20, 2019 at 23:01
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the actual command you're looking for is the following;

give @p iron_hoe{CanDestroy:["grass_block"],Damage:<value>}

for <value>, place the amount of damage you want to have on it. if you have a specific durability value in mind, subtract that from the max durability the item has to start.

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try:

/give @p 1 250 minecraft:iron_hoe{CanDestroy:["grass_block"]}

kbai

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  • it does not work
    – Hlep
    Apr 20, 2019 at 22:49

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