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[1.16.4] Equip an armor piece on a player and summon an entity


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Firstly you should update to 1.16.5. Do not use outdated minor versions.

2 hours ago, Ganoss said:

How can I equip an armor piece on a player

LivingEntity#setItemSlot

2 hours ago, Ganoss said:

how can I summon an entity pls

Create an instance of whatever entity you want, set its position and other properties if necessary, then call World#addFreshEntity.

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