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[1.6.2] Passive mob attack player?


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Hello, I'm trying to basically do what the title says. I have a passive mob which extends entityliving, and I would like it to attack the player if the player attacks it. I tried taking some code from both the cow and the wolf to try and implement this. Below, is what I have. Currently, it does not attack at all. Also for some reason the movement of my mob in general is very glitchy and random. Any help would be appreciated.


package kmccmk9.witchcraft;

import net.minecraft.client.renderer.EntityRenderer;
import net.minecraft.entity.Entity;
import net.minecraft.entity.EntityCreature;
import net.minecraft.entity.EntityLiving;
import net.minecraft.entity.EntityLivingBase;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIAttackOnCollide;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIBeg;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIFollowOwner;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIHurtByTarget;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAILeapAtTarget;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAILookIdle;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIMate;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIOwnerHurtByTarget;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIOwnerHurtTarget;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAISwimming;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAITargetNonTamed;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIWander;
import net.minecraft.entity.ai.EntityAIWatchClosest;
import net.minecraft.entity.passive.EntitySheep;
import net.minecraft.entity.player.EntityPlayer;
import net.minecraft.item.Item;
import net.minecraft.util.DamageSource;
import net.minecraft.world.World;
import net.minecraft.src.*;

public class EntityBee extends EntityLiving {

public EntityBee(World par1World) {
	this.setSize(0.5F, 0.5F);
	this.tasks.addTask(0, new EntityAILookIdle(this));
	this.tasks.addTask(1, new EntityAISwimming(this));
        this.tasks.addTask(2, new EntityAILeapAtTarget(this, 0.4F));
        this.tasks.addTask(3, new EntityAIWatchClosest(this, EntityPlayer.class, 8.0F));
        this.tasks.addTask(4, new EntityAILookIdle(this));

protected int getDropItemId()
        return Item.porkRaw.itemID;

     * Returns true if the newer Entity AI code should be run
    public boolean isAIEnabled()
        return true;

     * Sets the active target the Task system uses for tracking
    public void setAttackTarget(EntityLivingBase par1EntityLivingBase)
    public boolean attackEntityAsMob(Entity par1Entity)
        int i = 7;
        return par1Entity.attackEntityFrom(DamageSource.causeMobDamage(this), (float)i);

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couldn't you just extend entity creature instead and see how pig zombies do it?



looking at the code for wolves it seems they basically do it in the same way

any reference to anger or an anger level is what you're looking for

they make it so that the mob is peaceful but when it gets attacked it gets angry and when it's angry it attacks


and the EntityAIHurtByTarget is in the wolf entity file so you should be fine adding it

but you will probably need to extend something other than EntityLiving, namely EntityCreature


wolves extend EntityTameable, which extends EntityAnimal, which extends EntityAgeable which extends EntityCreature, so extending EntityCreature may work better for you

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