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[1.8.8] How to make the player's hunger drain faster?


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I understand the base of how to acquire the player's FoodStats, but I would like to know how it works. Does FoodStats#addExaustion() affect it's drain speed? Or is there a better way of doing this? I simple example would be very helpful.

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Kind of. For my own purposes, adding exhaustion was sufficient, as once that reaches 0, hunger begins to deplete, and adding more exhaustion will deplete the hunger bar directly.

 

So if you wanted a faster hunger bar drain, you could add 0.1F exhaustion (or however much) every so often and it would basically have the effect you want.

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Thank you both, I realized I was on peaceful when testing, so the hunger bar wouldn't deplete. :P I do have a question about the implementation though: I use it in the #LivingUpdateEvent, and was wondering how I could do this with my weight variable. Should I create a timer that is affected by the player's current weight? Or do some math in order to determine how much exhaustion to add with the weight?

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Well that depends: how do you want it to work? Either way you'll be doing math, and either way there should be a timer of some sort involved or else the player's hunger will go down pretty darn quick.

 

Btw, why use LivingUpdateEvent when the only ones with hunger are players? This is what PlayerTickEvent is for.

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Most of my update has been in LivingUpdate, will switch over here soon. My only problem is creating a timer within an update event. Seems the timer will always be reset, which is not what someone wants at all. Even though this is basic java, could you give an example on how I would start with a timer in a tick event?

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