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[1.6.4] dynamic sword damage help


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Hi all,

 

I am trying to make my first mod that uses swords with dynamic damage values. The formula for that works but I don't know how to give the damage value to the sword?

I already searched for anwsers but only found a few.

 

Here are my codes

sword code

 

 

package starglas.dsremake.common.items.swords;

 

import net.minecraft.item.EnumToolMaterial;

import net.minecraft.item.ItemSword;

import starglas.dsremake.common.WeaponScaling;

 

public class Longsword extends ItemSword{

 

 

public static int upgradeLevel = 1;

public static float attackDMG;

public Longsword(int ID, EnumToolMaterial par2EnumToolMaterial, String Texture) {

super(ID, par2EnumToolMaterial);

this.setTextureName(Texture);

}

 

}

 

 

 

This is the material code

 

 

public static EnumToolMaterial DSRemake = EnumHelper.addToolMaterial("DSRemake", 0, 1000, -40.0F, 0, 0);

 

 

 

And the code with the formula

 

 

package starglas.dsremake.common;

 

public class WeaponScaling {

public static float totalAR;

private static float strScaling;

private static float dexScaling;

 

public static float WeaponScalingRaw(int weaponDamage, int strengthScaling, int dextScaling, int playerStrength, int playerDex){

switch(strengthScaling){

case 6:

strScaling = 0.3F;

break;

case 5:

strScaling = 0.7F;

break;

case 4:

strScaling = 1.1F;

break;

case 3:

strScaling = 1.5F;

break;

case 2:

strScaling = 1.9F;

break;

case 1:

strScaling = 2.5F;

break;

default:

strScaling = 0.0F;

break;

}

switch(dextScaling){

case 6:

dexScaling = 0.3F;

break;

case 5:

dexScaling = 0.7F;

break;

case 4:

dexScaling = 1.1F;

break;

case 3:

dexScaling = 1.5F;

break;

case 2:

dexScaling = 1.9F;

break;

case 1:

dexScaling = 2.5F;

break;

default:

dexScaling = 0.0F;

break;

}

if(strScaling != 0.0F && dexScaling !=0.0F){

totalAR = (float) Math.ceil( weaponDamage + (weaponDamage * ((strScaling * playerStrength)+(dexScaling * playerDex)/100)) );

}

if(strScaling != 0 && dexScaling == 0.0F){

totalAR = (float) Math.ceil( weaponDamage + (weaponDamage * ((strScaling * playerStrength)/100)) );

}

if(dexScaling != 0 && strScaling == 0.0F){

totalAR = (float) Math.ceil( weaponDamage + (weaponDamage * ((dexScaling * playerDex)/100)) );

}

return totalAR;

}

}

 

 

 

How can I change the damage of the sword that is being generated.

 

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I'm quite sure you can set an int to be the damage then set it as your tool material:

 

int swordDamage = YourFormula;

public static EnumToolMaterial DSRemake = EnumHelper.addToolMaterial("DSRemake", 0, 1000, swordDamge, 0, 0);

 

Also, I suggest at least updating to 1.7 ESPECIALLY for your first mod. Considering 1.6 is no longer supported by forge and, the way everything is made has changed in 1.7; you'll be very confused when switching to 1.7. :P

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I'm quite sure you can set an int to be the damage then set it as your tool material:

 

int swordDamage = YourFormula;

public static EnumToolMaterial DSRemake = EnumHelper.addToolMaterial("DSRemake", 0, 1000, swordDamge, 0, 0);

 

Also, I suggest at least updating to 1.7 ESPECIALLY for your first mod. Considering 1.6 is no longer supported by forge and, the way everything is made has changed in 1.7; you'll be very confused when switching to 1.7. :P

 

Well I kinda tested with the ItemSword code and now it works. I also looked to update to 1.7.10. The reason that I made it for 1.6.4 is because of a mod that my friend and I wanted to use and wasn't updated the last time we checked. I also forgot to say that this is one of the many swords that are gonna be made all with different damage values.

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