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[1.7.10][Solved] Is there a way to edit the stats of Vanilla Armor/Horse Armor.


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I want to reduce the stats of vanilla armor (so new Armor tiers are greater than Diamond). I ended up making new versions of Vanilla armor, and replaced a lot of Vanilla items with my new items, but I need to replace entities that spawn with them, horse armor, and edit chest so they contain the new horse armor instead.


I feel like a lot of this effort would be unnecessary if I could just change the stats of the Vanilla Armor and Horse Armor. I read this tutorial (although that now it's @SubscribeEvent instead of @ForgeSubscribe): http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/mapping-and-modding-tutorials/1571568-tutorial-1-6-2-changing-vanilla-without-editing


Is there a way to do this?

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What I do for this in my mod is to use a PlayerTickEvent to replace the items if they are in the player's inventory.

Wow, that's awesome, thanks. I was doing things the hard way. That's what you did right here right?: https://github.com/Eternaldoom/Realms-of-Chaos/blob/d71501e86807f39dc28e861d3c71b61a27a2b91b/com/eternaldoom/realmsofchaos/event/ItemReplaceEvent.java
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@OP - Sorry, I'm about to go slightly off topic for a second.


@Eternaldoom - you really ought to reconsider how you are doing that... horribly inefficient. A much better approach would be to Map the item you want to search for to the item you want to replace it with, and do something like this:

public void onTickEvent(PlayerTickEvent evt){
ItemStack stack;
for (int i = 0; i < evt.player.inventory.getSizeInventory(); ++i) {
stack = evt.player.inventory.getStackInSlot(i);
if (stack != null && yourItemMap.contains(stack.getItem()) && evt.player.inventory.consumeInventoryItem(stack.getItem()) {
evt.player.inventory.setInventorySlotContents(i, new ItemStack(yourItemMap.get(stack.getItem()));

This is much more efficient and easy to manage than tons of if statements; at the very least, use chained if/else-if statements.

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