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[1.11] 'Diminishing' Returns


Lambda

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Hey there..

 

So I have this corruption system the takes over the mana bar if to many 'bad' use of magic happens. However, I'm in need of a system that taleys every time you use said item and adds a larger amount of corruption per.

 

So I'm in need of some insight.. Should add another variable to my capability that stores a list? and add to that list every time the action is performed?

Relatively new to modding.

Currently developing:

https://github.com/LambdaXV/DynamicGenerators

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You don't need a list to count how many times something is done.  That's called an integer.  You will, however, need a capability (you can use your existing mana one!) to store said integer.

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