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[1.6.4] Block registers twice?


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Ok, so I looked through the forums and I didn’t really see any sort of thing that matched this, so here’s my problem.

I’m trying to register a block, my code seems perfectly fine, and to the best of my knowledge I only have one registration function call but I get:

https://gist.github.com/deathmock5/246505029cfd2f816738 as an error.

Full source can be found here:


The block I’m trying to register is in bconstruct.common.block.BlazeingBlock

And I register it in bconstruct.common.core.blocks

I call blocks.register in the preinit of the main class


So, what am I doing wrong?



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Slot 259 is already occupied by net.minecraftforge.common.MinecraftForge$1@760881b1 <-- not your block


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