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[1.12.2] Different Rarities? [SOVLED]


HalestormXV

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I think I saw this somewhere here on the forums but I can't seem to find it via any search (unless I'm just missing it). I'm looking to create my own rarities and I vaugly remember seeing that there is a built in EnumHelper or something like that? Is that was would need to be needed and placed into a class that extends the EnumRarities? Becasue I don't think you can just override the existing rarities right? 

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5 hours ago, diesieben07 said:

What for? What are you trying to achieve?

 I think he's trying to give Items a rarity and than base the drop of this Items on the rarity of the item itself.

 

Like, think that we put a LivingDropEvent on Zombie and say it can drop "Rusty sword [common]", "Elite sword [Rare]", "Creator's sword [Legendary]". You will have only one sword dropped by every single Zombie, the rusty will be the more common up to the rarest "Creator's sword".

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3 hours ago, IlTosaerba said:

My bad, I miss the part of the EnumRarities

It is used for weighed loot probabilities. e.g. fishing, dungeon chests, etc.

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2 hours ago, HalestormXV said:

Mainly I want to use it for the color and loot. It's really just a simple use and I'm curious about it. (I know you can change color of items via lang file)

Create your own enum.

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9 hours ago, diesieben07 said:

No, it is not. Literally all EnumRarity is used for is Item::getRarity which sets the color of the name in the item stack tooltip. This color can be set to whatever you want using addInformation. There is no need to fiddle around with EnumHelper.

I must have been thinking of something else.

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