Minecraft / Data Packs

Heavy Items

  • check_circle Functions
  • 8
  • 3
  • comment7
  • playlist_add
  • share
  • more_horiz
avatar Awhikax
Level 39 : Artisan Pony
18
The more items you wear, the slower you'll be. If you're too heavy, you'll start to see blurry and then die.

I know the weights aren't the actual weights, but because the Minecraft character can carry so much, it's very hard to balance a datapack like this.

Items weight


Effects as a function of weight


For any support, join my discord server : https://discord.me/awhikax

Datapack requested by WALRUSYT
CompatibilityMinecraft 1.14
Tags

7 replies

1
02/14/2020 11:09 pm
Level 71 : Legendary Robot
Eastonium
Shouldn't the stone weigh one stone(st.) Which is 14 pounds, or 6.35kg.
Sorry, bad joke xD
1
02/15/2020 11:12 am
Level 39 : Artisan Pony
Awhikax
Yes I know but as I said before, it is unfortunately impossible to balance the weight to make it look good. The goal was to distribute this correctly over the player's entire inventory as well as to make the numbers easily readable. (An inventory full of gold would add a lot of zeros for example !)
To give you a concrete example : Filling your inventory with apples is nothing compared to filling it with gold blocks, from a mass point of view. So I tried to mix several possibilities to try to have a datapack with a minimum of balance. (Even if I'm not especially happy with the final result).
1
02/15/2020 4:24 pm
Level 71 : Legendary Robot
Eastonium
Lol, it was just a joke.

In the UK, a stone, abbreviated st. is a unit of measurement which is equivalent to 14 pounds.
1
02/16/2020 8:43 am
Level 39 : Artisan Pony
Awhikax
Okay, I didn't know this unit. :')
In France we mainly use the Kilogram. ^^
1
02/12/2020 9:31 am
Level 1 : New Miner
acki02
IRL armor weights ~25 kg avg. per piece
2
02/12/2020 6:49 pm
Level 42 : Master Modder
michael9r9r
per set usually. full plate is usually like 25 kg, full mail is more like 15 kg
1
02/13/2020 8:06 am
Level 39 : Artisan Pony
Awhikax
Hi, yes I know but read the description please.

I know the weights aren't the actual weights, but because the Minecraft character can carry so much, it's very hard to balance a datapack like this.

I wanted to make the blocks heavier by logic (one cubic meter) but I wanted the non-stackable equipment to have an important weight.

To tell you the truth, I had even started to make for each item according to the density of the material used. But it took too long to do that to end up with something that didn't feel balanced.
Planet Minecraft Logo

Website

© 2010 - 2020
www.planetminecraft.com

Welcome