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No Potion Effect Hooks?


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I am currently trying to protect the player from Potion effects from the outside, but there are a few problems:

1) forge adds no hooks, so I have to use a tick handler but is there a better way?

2) is there a way to know from were an effect comes? I want to block all effects except when you drink a potion yourself

 

For better understanding I am making a space suit, so your are isulated and should no longer get potions from witches, wither skelletons...

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Hmm I think to be 100% sure you'll have to use something that ticks and checks if something is trying to apply a potion effect to the player to remove it.
Did you already dig in what "saves" the player of potion effects when he is in another gamemode. And make the armour apply it to him?
 

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the player also gets potion effect in creative/adventure and spectator. But selecting players in spectator is by default disabled by the world (getEntityWithAABB filters spectators out)

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The thing is removing all potion effects is simple but I want to let the player have his self drunken potion effects and there is also no event before/after a potion was drunken.

 

With an Event fired at addPotionEffect it would be easy becaue I cold just search the stacktravc from were the potion effect was added and just cancel everything out eccept from ItemPotion.class

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