I've been building up villages on my server, and I'd really like to not have to watch for zombie sieges. I'd like to set up a command block to detect when it is almost midnight, and then skip midnight. The old methods I've found on here aren't working as the /stats command has been removed.

Anyone know how I can do this? I'm running 1.15.2

  • My answer here describes how to skip night, so you can just change the tick at which it activates
    – AMJ
    Apr 23, 2020 at 0:08

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According to the Minecraft Wiki you could use an inverted daylight sensor. An inverted one will output a signal strength of 15 minus the current light level. At midnight that's a signal strength of 11 so if you run a redstone line from an inverted daylight sensor for 10 blocks (so that it triggers shortly before midnight) and place a command block after it set to advance the time by a certain amount when it receives a signal you can skip midnight or as much time as you want based on how much time you say to advance in the command block.

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