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I need some help with the execute summon item command and here is a example I made from the same type I am using for my server but cannot seem to get it to work.. any chance anyone knows what I did wrong?

/execute at @a run summon Minecraft:item ~ ~ ~ {type=item,nbt={Item:{id:"Minecraft:Wither_skeleton_skull"}} 

It doesn't seem to work. any chance you know how I could fix this command to properly operate?

I am sure this is a issue with the way I have used the commands.

I believe the spot between Minecraft:item and the end is the place where the issue happens. I have messed with it and googled for a hour or two now and haven't really got any help from modern commands, only the old ones.

I now have it so that there are no errors, but it summons air. I will try to link or post a image of this:

This should now be a working image

The death score is for the rest to function but it doesn't seem to work regardless of if it is there. even if I just do @a... but now there are no errors and all my text has Nice colors.

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  • Could you include the error screenshot in text, as text of code is preferred over images?
    – Penguin
    Commented Dec 6, 2020 at 17:28

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  1. The correct syntax for summoning an item entity is /summon minecraft:item <coords> {Item:{<item nbt>}}, not summon Minecraft:item <coords> {type=item,nbt={Item:<item nbt>}}, which appears to demonstrate some confusion between NBT syntax and selector argument syntax.
  2. As of 1.13 the ID for a player head is player_head, not skull, and player heads do not use damage value.
  3. As of 1.13, the names and lores of items are JSON, and therefore need to be in an extra set of quotes.

The correct syntax for the command you are trying to execute is

/execute at @a run summon item ~ ~ ~ {Item:{id:"minecraft:player_head",Count:1b,tag:{display:{Name:"\"Huntert_'s Head\"",Lore:["\"Given Only to the Chosen one\""]},SkullOwner:"_Huntert_"}}}

Additionally, there doesn't seem to be a Minceraft user named _Huntert_, did you mean Huntert_?

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  • I think using the namespace (minecraft:) is still preferred, just not required for summoning an entity (item or otherwise).
    – MBraedley
    Commented Dec 6, 2020 at 19:36
  • Thank you, that works now. I will refer to this If I have a issue again and forget it, this was really helpful, thanks Commented Dec 6, 2020 at 20:01
  • and yes I have the username ____Huntert____, I did mean huntert, thanks Commented Dec 10, 2020 at 19:29
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You didn't put in coordinates for it to summon to. At the ~~~ your supposed to put in the X position, Y position, and Z position, respectively.

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