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[1.9] Register entities with spawn egg


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I looked everywhere (I think) but I can't find anything on how to give my mobs spawn eggs I used this in 1.8 and it is telling me I need to change randomId to a string but that stilll doesnt make the egg work.

 

package net.soggymustache.zawam.entity;

import net.minecraft.entity.EntityList;
import net.minecraftforge.fml.common.registry.EntityRegistry;
import net.soggymustache.zawam.ZAWAMain;
import net.soggymustache.zawam.entity.Warthog.EntityWarthog;

public class Entity {
public static int randomId;

public static void ZAWAMain(){
	registerEntity();
}
	 public static void registerEntity(){
//			 	createEntity(EntitySumatranRhinoceros.class, "SumatranRhinoceros", 0x424040, 
	 }

		public static void createEntity(Class entityClass, String entityName, int solidColor, int spotColor){
			randomId = EntityRegistry.findGlobalUniqueEntityId();

			EntityRegistry.registerGlobalEntityID(entityClass, entityName, randomId);
			EntityRegistry.registerModEntity(entityClass, entityName, randomId, ZAWAMain.modInstance, 42, 1, true);
			createEgg(randomId, solidColor, spotColor);

		}
		public static void createEgg(int randomId, int solidColor, int spotColor) {
			EntityList.entityEggs.put(String.valueOf(randomId), new EntityList.EntityEggInfo(randomId, solidColor, spotColor));

		}
	}

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Yes, but you're doing it wrong.

Stop using Global IDs.

As for the eggs, There are extra parameters for registering a mod entity with a egg.

We do it in a generic way without having to us Global IDs by using the entity name.

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
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    /**
     * Register the mod entity type with FML
     * This will also register a spawn egg.

     * @param entityClass The entity class
     * @param entityName A unique name for the entity
     * @param id A mod specific ID for the entity
     * @param mod The mod
     * @param trackingRange The range at which MC will send tracking updates
     * @param updateFrequency The frequency of tracking updates
     * @param sendsVelocityUpdates Whether to send velocity information packets as well
     * @param eggPrimary Primary egg color
     * @param eggSecondary Secondary egg color
     */
    public static void registerModEntity(Class<? extends Entity> entityClass, String entityName, int id, Object mod, int trackingRange, int updateFrequency, boolean sendsVelocityUpdates, int eggPrimary, int eggSecondary)
    {
        instance().doModEntityRegistration(entityClass, entityName, id, mod, trackingRange, updateFrequency, sendsVelocityUpdates);
        EntityRegistry.registerEgg(entityClass, eggPrimary, eggSecondary);
    }

Reading helps... Its straight forward. Also UPDATE to 1.10!

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
Consider supporting the team on Patreon

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