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Hi.

 

I'd like to make a mod where you cannot destroy any existing block but you can place blocks you already have (and destroy them).

The problem is to differentiate two block of the same type by the fact that is was (or wasn't) in the original world.

I looked at blockstate but it seems like it's a dead end (many vanilla block already have their 4 bytes state full).

So I thought about re-registering every vanilla block with .setUnbreakable() but we cannot register the same block two times. 

 

If someone have an idea, I'll be grateful.

 

Thanks for reading.

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You won't be able to do this without rewriting a majority of Minecraft's internals.

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That's pretty much your only option, yes.

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I don't think it is really that costly for performance really. You only need to update the "map" when someone places a block and only check the map when someone tries to break a block. And booleans can be stored as a bit map if you need to keep things compressed (cause you probably need to store this as world save data). 

 

EDIT: of course you should keep track of breakable blocks, not unbreakable, since I would expect that the player-placed blocks would be much less than the naturally generated ones.

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