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[1.8] Change world weather based on events


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Is there any chanche to change the weather when an event occurs? For example, i have a tile entity that spawns 4 mobs, then it destroys itself. How can i do to also change the weather to thunder before it disappear (so: it spawns the mob and then it change the weather to thunder)?

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Use the

setRaining

,

setRainTime

,

setThundering

and

setThunderTime

methods of

WorldInfo

(

World#getWorldInfo

will return the

World

's

WorldInfo

instance). This should be done on the server, the clients will be automatically notified of the change.

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Ok, so i've do this

this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setCleanWeatherTime(0);
			this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setRainTime(0);
			this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setThunderTime(12000);
			this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setRaining(true);
			this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setThundering(true);

it works, but now i am wondering if there is any way to spawn only thunders (without the rain)

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The code above is the exact code that vanilla use when the player does the weather thunder command. I've tried using setRaining(false) but if i do also the thunders doesn't spawns :/

Don't blame me if i always ask for your help. I just want to learn to be better :)

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i'm calling it from here

if(!this.worldObj.isRemote)
{
this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setCleanWeatherTime(0);
this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setRainTime(0);
this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setThunderTime(12000);
this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setRaining(true);
this.worldObj.getWorldInfo().setThundering(true);
}

Is it correct? Doing this i have no problem, the weather is changed as well ;) I'm just wondering if there is a way to not spawn the rain (so making the sky darker and make it thundering but without raining). As i said before i tried setting false the setRaining parameter, but if i do it will not change the weather

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