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Fireballs Datapack! Become a Firebender!

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avatar DiamondPlayables
Level 35 : Artisan Crafter
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- Ever wanted to cast down some fireballs to aim at your enemies?
- Ever wanted to just load up a world and destroy it to the ground with devastating explosives?
- Ever wanted to just have a harmless tennis game with your friends?
Introducing "Fireballs" Datapack!
Features:
- You can now throw fire charges down to the ground and cast a fireball!
How to cast fireballs: <click to see>
Throw down the required fire charges, then use /trigger fb_set<fireball size> to create the fireball that you wanted!
Fireball sizes: 0,1,2,5,10,20,25,50
Notes:
- Fireballs can be devastatingly explosive if /gamerule mobGriefing set to true!

- The bigger the fireball, the more fire charge is required and the more experience you lose when casting them!
(Balancing feature for SMPs)
Example use: /trigger fb_set0 to create a size 0 fireball!
       /trigger fb_set1 to create a size 1 fireball!
       and so on..


- Use /fb_checkprice to check for the price if you need it!
- Can be installed in combination with all my other datapacks!
- Can be installed in Multiplayer!
Progress100% complete
Game VersionMinecraft 1.13
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2 Update Logs

Update #2 : 02/10/2019 3:35:53 amFeb 10th

Fixed the command syntax for Fireballs to fix some major bugs!
New command syntax can be found in "How to cast fireballs" section in the description box!
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  • adg155
  • Level 5
  • Apprentice Explorer
  • February 16, 2019, 6:57 pm
Hey DiamondPlayables, can I borrow your fireball spawning commands? (There are 2 of them) I'll credit you after I post it in PMC.
Sure - leave a link to this datapack as well as my personal account. That's all I ask for.
  • adg155
  • Level 5
  • Apprentice Explorer
  • February 16, 2019, 10:45 pm
Thanks, i just posted it.
FYI: If you uninstall my datapacks use /function #main:remove and do what it says.

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