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Using a RenderTickHandler makes the game lag, not even opening the save


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I'm having problems with Rendering a Wavefront Object as Armor.


So, I've been looking around 'da webs' and didn't find anything usefull. I tried using the 'getArmorModel' method in the ItemArmor class (overriding it in my Item class), but it doesn't get called. Do I need to make anything else so it does get called?


As that didn't work I tried to setup a RenderTickHandler, however, now the game runs really slowly, and fails to open the world, because of that slowness.

I'm using TickEvents.RenderTickEvent, and I've tried  registering my handler in both FMLCommonHandler and MinecraftForge.EVENT_BUS. here is my code:




public class RenderTickHandler{

/*public RenderTickHandler(){ }*/

HashMap<EntityPlayer, ItemStack> map = new HashMap();

public void addArmorToList(EntityPlayer player, ItemStack stack){

	if(map.get(player) != null)
		map.put(player, stack);

public void onPlayerRender(/*RenderPlayerEvent*/ TickEvent.RenderTickEvent event){

	EntityPlayer player = Minecraft.getMinecraft().thePlayer;
	ItemStack stack = map.get(player);

	if(stack != null){
		if(stack.getItem() instanceof WuellrovKnightArmor){

			WuellrovKnightArnorRender.render(player, ((ItemArmor) stack.getItem()).armorType);







	public static RenderTickHandler renderer;

public void initRenderes() {

	renderer = new RenderTickHandler();



Additionally, I'm running the game on debug mode, in eclipse, which ran just fine using the RenderPlayerEvent, however it didn't get called (that might be why... </sarcasm>), and other models work just fine.

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