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No, there is not a mod for tracking these sorts of things. You could always make a scoreboard command to track damage dealt through entitydata command blocks. Stack users cannot recommend mods.


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Without the use of in-game cheats, I could only recommend a few things; (direct method) Search in the suitable biomes: Villages can generate in the following biomes; plains, savannah, desert, taiga, and tundra. Search within these biomes, and you may be lucky and find a village within them. (indirect method) Use one of the explorer maps/treasure maps: ...


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If ou keep buying out over 50%) trades for a specific item from a village, the price will rise. If you don't buy for a full day while the villager was capable of selling (in loaded chunks, restocked), the price will fall back towards the one set as 'standard' by permanent positive bonus (like after curing the villager from zombification). My guess regarding ...


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Pets will only teleport to you when the chunk they are in is loaded. See the wiki page for more information. As SF said, the fastest way is probably the nether; there are plenty of online guides on how to move pets through it. See this answer on viable ways to transport a wolf via water.


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Some structures won't spawn in superflat (woodland mansions due to lack of dark forest biome), (ocean monuments due to lack of oceans), but end cities should spawn, not sure what's the problem there.


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You've built your afk platform too low. You should use this tutorial : and follow the instructions to build your afk platform at least 100 blocks about the roof of the grinder. It's the height of the afk platform that's the problem, mobs won't spawn if you're too close to the spawning area.


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Misspelling of Enchantments causes your item to have no enchantments. Spell it correctly like I just did.


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In Minecraft you have a safe zone, that means that mob will not spawn in them (avoid the mob pop in front of you) You need to keep a distance for the mob spawn and wait for spawn Here's an image from the wiki:


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Firstly, make sure that your difficulty isn't peaceful. And then try block out all of the light rays (placing blocks around the edges to not make light come in)


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maybe white, pink, magenta, purple, blue, light blue, cyan, green, lime, yellow, orange, red, brown, black, grey, light grey. so basically what the guy before me had but flipped until white


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Yes. Confirmed experimentally.


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/execute as @e[type=minecraft:arrow] run data modify @s {Life:0} This in another command block should instantly destroy every arrow. A similar command using /kill instead should also have the same effect.


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Try using the life tag when summoning it. The command would look like this: /summon arrow ~ ~ ~ {life:1100}. You may need to change the number to alter its lifespan.


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You'll need a clock with 'on' state that is shorter by 4 game ticks(gt) than its 'off' state. First, the lamp activates immediately but takes 4gt to switch off. It's an interesting quirk used e.g. to double observer pulses (an observer triggers a lamp with the usual 2gt pulse, an observer watching the lamp will trigger twice - once on activation, and once on ...


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Your current data: { EntityTag: { Invisible: 1b, CustomName: { text: "InvisibleFrame" } } } The correct data: { EntityTag: { Invisible: 1b, CustomName: '{"text": "InvisibleFrame"}' } } The JSON text component is a String tag inside of NBT containing JSON. You therefore need to surround it in ...


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As an intellectual curiosity, it appears this likely might be related to a buggy driver for the intel i915 video chip in the CPU in the 2.6.36 kernel line, solved in the 2.6.37 version. There are a lot of reports online to be found including those who receive the exact same error. Apparently to do with trying to use XVideo, or really any other graphical work....


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I know this is an old post but could get clicks to this day, so I wanted to add an answer that hasn't really been mentioned yet. If your vault still lags when no redstone is triggering and no items flow through it, you may be experiencing block entity lag. A few block entities update every tick and so require more processing; hoppers, chests, and a few other ...


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If you want to make it mob spawn proof, then I suggest the answer given by @Banana97286 i.e. use glowstone/sea lanterns, and cover with carpets. If you want to change just how it looks for you, use a fullbright resourcepack.


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First stop the server. Go to the folder in which you installed the server. Go to the file named server-properties.yml and open it using any text editor. Then look for the argument saying online-mode = true and change the true to false. It should look like : online-mode = false Then save the file and turn the server on. Next, go online in the server. Then in ...


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/give @p diamond_axe{Enchantments:[{id:"minecraft:sharpness",lvl:32767s},{id:"minecraft:efficiency",lvl:32767s},{id:"minecraft:unbreaking",lvl:32767s}]} 1


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It would be pretty difficult to do so, but adding glowstone or torches underneath carpets will remove the large shadow. I would recommend using green carpets, to blend with the grass. If you want, you could also use daylight sensors to turn on and off Redstone lamps for when it turns to nighttime so that the light doesn't look too out of place.


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I have a theory, but it is only if you are currently in creative mode. Otherwise, I can not think of any other way to solve this. My theory is that you have to be in survival mode to make the skeletons fight you.


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Rules of the server - as long as not contradicting Minecraft EULA - are set by the server's owner. And sometimes, on some servers they can be outright bizarre. So I wouldn't be surprised on some of them the first dragon is declared untouchable. What is much more common, though, is that the dragon has been killed already - and on a lot of SMPs, especially ...


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You can do this from scratch with /setblock: setblock 12 23 34 minecraft:command_block[]{Command:"…"} Your command goes inside those quotation marks right there. If you are looking to get this command block as an inventory item, use BlockEntityTag like so: give @p minecraft:command_block{BlockEntityTag:{Command:"…"}} Beware as you will ...


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Command: tp @a[x=171,y=14,z=169,distance=..0.5] 83 15 -177 How you can use this: Give yourself a command block./give @s command_block2. To avoid having your chat being over run by messages, set gamerule CommandBlockOutput to false./gamerule commandBlockOutput false3. Go to the purple block and stand on top of it. Once you are standing on the block, hold ...


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Give yourself a command block. /give @s command_block To avoid having your chat being over run by messages, set the game rule CommandBlockOutput to false. /gamerule commandBlockOutput false Go to the purple block and stand on top of it. Once you are standing on the block, hold Shift + F3 (Shift + Fn + F3 on some keyboards) to find your coordinates. These ...


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So make the command block with the command to make it so it kills when placed and set to always active then I think it hold shift and click the block and the code should stay in the command block.


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OP Zombie Villager Chicken Jockey Command: /summon zombie_villager ~ ~1 ~ {CustomName:"Your Worst Nightmare", CustomNameVisible:1,IsBaby:1,Equipment: [{id:diamond_sword,Count:1,tag: {ench:[{id:sharpness,lvl:10}]}}, {id:diamond_boots,Count:1,tag: {ench:[{id:protection,lvl:10}]}}, {id:diamond_leggings,Count:1,tag:{ench:[{id:protection,lvl:10}]}}, {id:...


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You can't disable them, however you can change how often Minecraft autosaves with OptiFine. Find the setting under Main Menu => Options => Video Settings => Other => Autosave Interval (bottom-most button).


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Yeah, cheats that you use do save. The only thing you need to turn on every time you load up that world, is to start a LAN world to be able to use commands again


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In more recent versions you can use the locate command. You need commands enabled. Typing this in chat: /locate jungle_pyramid should print something like this: The nearest jungle temple is at [623, 62, -1145] (522 blocks away) The coordinates will also be bright green. Clicking them will insert a tp command in chat that brings you straight to the location.


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To answer your question, right now you could create an email address of what your son wants and fill in your personal details, and buy minecraft. When your son grows up, change the personal details to that of your son. So, your son will get that email address and will not lose the worlds when he grows up. This is an easy way, and see this if you have gmail, ...


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According to the Minecraft Wiki found here: Dark oak needs at least 7 spaces above (4×4 column) and must be planted as 4 saplings in a 2×2 square. So, having four blocks of available space around the saplings should be sufficient.


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Check your controls in Minecraft. It could be that the jump control is the same as your walking/sprinting controls.


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Quark has a module called Big Stone Clusters that changes how these blocks generate: Solution 1: Change the config To change this behavior, navigate to your config folder and open quark-common.toml. Set "Big Stone Clusters" = false at the following line: [world] "Big Dungeon" = true "Big Stone Clusters" = false ...


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This works for Minecraft Bedrock on Windows. Press E to open your Inventory Press E to close your inventory but immediately press ALT+TAB to switch to another (any other) window. You need to get your ALT+TAB in while the Inventory is closing but it's not too difficult with a bit of practise.


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What you will need to do is compare the scores against one another. Here I store the kill quota in another score: execute if score RedTeam kills >= RedTeam killQuota run say Red wins! execute if score BlueTeam kills >= BlueTeam killQuota run say Blue wins!


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When playing Minecraft, you can play a single player or multiplayer game. If you'd like to play with other people, there are three options: Online server Minecraft Realms Split screen (console versions only) Playing on an Online Server Minecraft: Java Edition You play on an online server by locating and connecting to the IP address of a multiplayer server. A ...


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There are a couple ways you can play with your friend: Connect to his Wifi. If you or your friend have a laptop, you might be able to go over to his house and play using LAN, or vice versa. Create an online server. This is probably the most common way to play with distances friends. You can do this by either setting up a server with a free or paid hosting ...


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This sounds like you are in Adventure mode. If you've done /gamemode survival and it still doesn't work, please provide more details as to what tool you're using and what you're trying to break. If that command doesn't work because you don't have permission, you can enable cheats by opening your world as a LAN world and enabling cheats, and that should allow ...


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Try using: /execute at PLAYER_2 run tp @s ^ ^ ^-3 This will execute at them and put you 3 blocks behind where they are looking. Beware if they are looking up that you will be teleported into the ground.


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You can set your world spawn to a relative position by using this command: /setworldspawn ~ ~ ~ This will make the world spawn where you are standing. You can also substitute the tildes (~) for the location you would like the player to spawn at in X Y Z coordinates if you'd like.


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use pistons to move it to good position


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I could make a few suggestions, that you could try updating java version to latest. You could try installing java x86 version as suggested by @MrParrot. You could try giving more ram to minecraft, remember keeping at least 3gb free for your pc to function properly. The most obvious one is to write a support email or report error to Mojang. I hope this ...


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First stop your server, then go to your server files and delete the folder with the name "world" and then put whatever plugin you want in the plugins folder and then restart the server. It should work in that way, and also when you start the server, the server will automatically generate a world. I don't know much about plugins, but if your plugin ...


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According to MCreator, this is the steps for the command to make a sword shoot fireballs: Make the item when right clicked (sword). Select "execute command". Put /summon Fireball ~ ~2 ~ {ExplosionPower:2,direction:[0.0,0.0,0.0]} in the blank area. Something to notice though, when the command is executed, the fireballs will be summon on top of ...


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You would need to use the give command for this. The following command would give a knockback 3 stick. /give @p stick{Enchantments:[{id:"minecraft:knockback",lvl:3s}]} 1 For more enchantments, a command like this can be used. This command would give a knockback 3, sharpness 3 stick. /give @p stick{Enchantments:[{id:"minecraft:sharpness",...


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This should give you an item frame that is invisible, not matter what you put in it. /give @s item_frame{EntityTag:{Invisible:1}} Hope this helps!


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I am not very good at typing out commands from the top of my head, so I use a website. -> https://minecraft.tools/en/sign.php This site lets you change everything about signs, I use it all the time when I'm too lazy to try and figure out of the nbts and punctuation.


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A good way to mine fast is by using a Haste II beacon combined with a Efficiency V Diamond or Netherite Pickaxe or some of the above answers are useful too


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