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Disenchant #181

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JkaemtheGOAT opened this issue Apr 22, 2019 · 10 comments

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commented Apr 22, 2019

My suggestion would be a disenchantment plugin. This plugin will allow players to remove enchantments from their tools via /disenchant. Running this command will open a GUI showing the available enchantments that can be removed from the held item.

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commented Apr 23, 2019

Not sure I understand. Are you asking to remove an enchant and get it in book form? If not, are you asking to, basically, remove the randomness of enchanting, by allowing you to enchant a tool/armor piece, get a bad enchant with a good enchant too, and remove the bad enchant? Seems like you're just asking for enchanting to be easier.

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commented Apr 23, 2019

With disenchanting, it would make repairing tools easier. Having fortune 3 on a pickaxe that you use to mine stone with is pretty worthless, all it does it increase the amount of levels it will cost to repair the pickaxe. For example, you enchant a pickaxe and get efficiency 4, fortune 3, unbreaking 3 but you don't want the fortune 3 because it will only increase the cost of repairing the pickaxe. You can /disenchant the fortune 3 off of the pickaxe which will turn it into an efficiency 4 unbreaking 3 pick. I think this would be more of a quality of life change than anything. I'm open to opinions/suggestions though!

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commented Apr 23, 2019

Would disenchanting cost something, like the $500 unbreeding charge?

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commented Apr 23, 2019

It could have a fee, it's something pretty minor so I'm not sure how much it would have to cost for it to be balanced. I feel as if $250 is a reasonable price due to how minor disenchanting is, but this would definitely add some sort of balance.

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commented Apr 23, 2019

Or, you could just enchant books which allow you to get Unbreaking III and Efficiency IV or V and apply them to a pickaxe and forgo the entire fortune 3 issue

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commented Apr 23, 2019

Disenchant Fortune 3 off, put Silk on, easy customized tool. Needs to cost more than $250. $500 would honestly be pretty low too imo.

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commented Apr 23, 2019

But enchanting books costs so many levels, and the enchantments you get are completely random.

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commented Apr 23, 2019

Enchanting a book takes 3 levels at most each. Yes, they can add up. But.

What else is the point to vanilla Minecraft XP levels?

If you're battling Pokemon, mining, fishing, or really doing anything other than building or straight AFKing, you should be accumulating XP.

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commented May 12, 2019

Not to mention the absolute flood of mending books we'd see from the the mending fishing rods that are super easy to get.

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commented May 12, 2019

I believe the intent was not to extract the enchant to a book, but to delete an enchant.

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