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Use EntityRegistry.registerModEntity in preInit to register an entity.

 

Use RenderingRegistry.registerEntityRenderingHandler(Class<T>, IRenderFactory<? super T>) in preInit from a client-only class to register an entity renderer.

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Just now, drok0920 said:

Sorry still not clear.  Can you give me an example of what i put there?

The ID of your entity which is unique to your mod. Aka "pick a bloody number."

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2 minutes ago, Draco18s said:

The ID of your entity which is unique to your mod. Aka "pick a bloody number."

I "put a bloody number" where you said and i get an error because it wants a resource location not an int.

 

EntityRegistry.registerModEntity(1000, EntityLeadBullet.class, "", 100, GunMod.instance, 0, 1, true);

 

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Sorry, I forgot that the ID changed from a number to a resource location.

The answer is still "make a resource location that is your entity's ID." It can be freaking anything and it doesn't bloody matter. All that matters is that it is unique within your mod.

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The ResourceLocation parameter is the registry name of your entity, which should have your mod ID as the domain and a name unique within your mod as the path. This is just like the registry name of a Block, Item or other IForgeRegistryEntry implementation.

 

The String parameter is the unlocalised name of your entity, used for translation/display purposes. I recommend using the String form of the registry name as the unlocalised name.

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Ok so this is what i should do?  

EntityRegistry.registerModEntity(new ResourceLocation("modID", "leadBullet"), EntityLeadBullet.class, "leadBullet", 100, GunMod.instance, 0, 1, true);

 

Also does id matter? (where i just temporarily put 100) like is it id within the mod or within the game.

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25 minutes ago, drok0920 said:

Ok so this is what i should do?  


EntityRegistry.registerModEntity(new ResourceLocation("modID", "leadBullet"), EntityLeadBullet.class, "leadBullet", 100, GunMod.instance, 0, 1, true);

 

Also does id matter? (where i just temporarily put 100) like is it id within the mod or within the game.

 

Replace "modID" with your actual mod ID and include your mod ID in the unlocalised name (e.g. by making it the String form of the registry name ResourceLocation).

 

The numeric ID can be any number unique to your mod, though it's probably easiest if you start from 0 and increment by 1 each time you register an entity. It's used in the entity spawn packet.

 

You can see how I register my mod's entities here.

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Just now, Choonster said:

 

Replace "modID" with your actual mod ID and include your mod ID in the unlocalised name (e.g. by making it the String form of the registry name ResourceLocation).

 

The numeric ID can be any number unique to your mod, though it's probably easiest if you start from 0 and increment by 1 each time you register an entity.

 

You can see how I register my mod's entities here.

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