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EZ warps - simple and balanced warps!

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CheeseNugget avatar CheeseNugget
Level 8 : Apprentice Miner
Want to travel fast from one point to another and to keep it balanced? This pack is what you need!


- Up to 10 warp points anywhere in your world!
- Make warps with lodestones!
- Warp to them with help of ender pearls!
- All by using /trigger command!


1. Stand on a lodestone and use /trigger setWarp set (number 1-10) to set your warp point;
2. Hold an ender pearl and use /trigger warp set (number of your warp) to teleport;
3. Break the lodestone to delete the warp;


- can behave weird in multiplayer, but should work nice;
- Also it's my first data-pack so don't shout at me;
- if u see some bugs comment so i can improve the pack;

<3 from Russia (the good part of it)
Creditcredits to u/lecuberfou and u/ThePatriotsFanXS on Reddit for helping with some stuff
CompatibilityMinecraft 1.13
toMinecraft 1.19

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08/12/2022 11:28 am
Level 62 : High Grandmaster Blob
Taruyroiii avatar
This is a really nice data pack for a first! You reminded me of my beginnings lmao. You can bundle similar-functioning commands into one by making more .mcfunctions. It can help clean up the tick.mcfunction.

And, I can think of a pseudo-code that can make your data pack concept work with infinite warps using the same /trigger method! Basically, if a warp is spawned, it increments a fake player's score (like #warp_id) then copies that id and saves that to the marker you used for the warp (like an area effect cloud, armor stand, etc.). Then if a player triggered the warp, every warp tests for a random player with the same score as the marker.

All in all, nice data pack! You could learn predicates, loot tables, and item modifiers to make things easier for you. :))
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