2

Answer posted by OP in comments ahh hah, ok so a little more digging and i found out that for some odd reason, even though the game runs just fine, but she didnt have java installed, or at least didnt have the full program. i have since gone to the java website and installed the most up to date java program, and the tried the .jar file once again and it ran ...


2

You need to put quotes around your string: /summon zombie ~ ~1 ~ {HandItems:[{id:"inventorypets:cobblestone_pet"}]} Since your value had a colon :, which is a non-alphanumeric character and not an underscore (_), it is not assumed to be a string. To make the entire thing a string, quotes must be added. Otherwise, Minecraft stops reading the string ...


1

The preferred way to register items in new forge mods is with the deferred registry system (which takes care of the event handling for you). When you need to access the items within code you will need to use e.g. ModItems.HYDROGEN.get() instead of simply ModItems.HYDROGEN. // The value here should match an entry in the META-INF/mods.toml file @Mod(CheMC....


1

First, make sure you have the right version of forge. If you have mods in your mod folder, take them out and see if it will launch. If that is checked, try the same version of Minecraft without forge to see if its a corrupted version of Minecraft. If Minecraft did not work try another version (ex. 1.16 did not work so then try 1.15) If its the version of ...


1

You can run the command /effect [Username] resistance 255 600 to make the player take no damage for 10 minutes, and the command /effect [Username] weakness 255 600 for the player to do no damage for 10 minutes


1

I am answering my own question here with a somewhat OK solution, but i would still very much like to hear better/alternative solutions. It is possible to use the /effect command to give resistance 5 to a player. Resistance reduces damage by 20% pr level, so it SHOULD make characters invulnerable at level 5. The effect can be made semi-permanent as far as I ...


1

Well I figured this out on my own so here's an example from the Chisel mod: chisel:basalt2 1 so basically you /fill cord cord cord and then the name of the mod with this. In my case it would look like chisel: then the name of the block and whatever variation of that block it is.


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible