On Hypixel Skyblock, there is this item called the Raw Soulflow. I think the head looks cool, so I want to copy it. But, after extensive searching, I can't seem to find out how! Is there anyway to see the owner of the head in your hand in Minecraft? If you can't in vanilla, is there a mod that lets you?

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Using a SkyBlock mod (or any mod that does this tbh), I use a special mod made for editing the official SB wiki - you can take the NBT of an item. Hovering over a Raw Soulflow and taking its NBT gives me this (copied to clipboard):

id: "minecraft:skull",
Count: 1b,
tag: {
    HideFlags: 254,
    SkullOwner: {
        Id: "0411d14d-f9fb-3395-b96f-b9fb16c47d16",
        Properties: {
            textures: [{
                Value: "eyJ0ZXh0dXJlcyI6eyJTS0lOIjp7InVybCI6Imh0dHA6Ly90ZXh0dXJlcy5taW5lY3JhZnQubmV0L3RleHR1cmUvODEzZmYwZmJjODE3MWEzMDYyYjZiZDVjYWNmN2FhMmVmZGZlOGRlMzk5NDYyYjJlMDMwYzlkYzljNjAifX19"
    display: {
        Lore: ["§7Hold and right-click to consume,", "§7gaining §3+1⸎ Soulflow§7!", "", "§a§lUNCOMMON"],
        Name: "§aRaw Soulflow"
    ExtraAttributes: {
        id: "RAW_SOULFLOW"
Damage: 3s}

The string found at tag -> SkullOwner -> Properties -> textures -> Value is a base64 string which in this case decodes to:


Viewing the url link gives you

which is the skin used for the soulflow item.


Without commands I think your only option is asking the mod developers.

It is not clear what the item is, it might be a regular block added by the mod with custom texture, and not a player head. If the block is indeed implemented as a player head, you have two options:

Place it somewhere (if possible) and then get its NBT with (replace with the actual coordinates):

/data get block 125 65 194

If it can't be placed, you can drop it on the ground and make sure there are no other items around and then:

/data get entity @e[type=item,sort=nearest,limit=1]
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    They are not talking about any mods, and they don't have commands so they are actually looking for mod recommendations May 25, 2022 at 17:07

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