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The Mob Duplicator is a machine added by Industrial Foregoing. It is used to spawn mobs based on the type of mob trapped in a Mob Imprisonment Tool. It has a default spawning range of 1x5x1 centered on the machine, which can be expanded with Range Addons. The Mob Duplicator will require. The machine will not spawn mobs if there are 32 entities or no valid, unoccupied surfaces in the working area. Mobs spawned are only of the same type and are not exact copies. Each operation consumes 5, RF from the work energy buffer spawns one entity. Sign In. From Feed The Beast Wiki. Jump to: navigationsearch. The Mob Duplicator will require of Essence to spawn a mob e. Recipe [ edit edit source ]. Shaped Crafting. Navigation menu Namespaces Page Discussion. Views View Edit Edit source History. Discussions Centralized 4 Bot operators' 0 Translators' 4 Admin's 4. This page was last edited on 11 Septemberat Game content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of their respective publisher and its licensors. All rights reserved. This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. Support Contact PRO. Energy producers. Energy consumers. Other utilities. Conveyor Belt. Pink Slime mob.
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Discussion in ' Server Issues ' started by eiliaghNov 16, Log in or Sign up. Messages: Likes Received: 19 Trophy Points: Mob spawning on Skyblock has dropped drastically to practically no mobs. Basic dark-room mob spawners on the average island are not spawning mobs. On some of the larger grinders, there are only around entities, once someone me was in the area for them to populate, probably because of the size of the spawning pads. Both overworld and nether farms were checked at multiple locations and general mob-spawning in the open nether was fairly sparse. I spent about minutes in each location, most places garnering no mobs. It is frustrating for all players, but especially the newer ones who make their grinders to help make their islands more successful. Thank you for looking into this. Messages: 15, Likes Received: 4, Trophy Points: I have not changed anything recently. PhanaticDNov 16, It was mentioned to staff members in game, who said it had been noted and had been sent up to be fixed. It is part of the reason why I didn't post it here sooner. Messages: 16 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 3. It's been happening for a couple weeks to a month, I'd say. I've noticed it seems to happen when fewer players are on, or at specific times of the day. It's more likely to happen from am. Nether spawning doesn't seem to be as affected. It's weird because mobs still spawn but it's usually just bats or other passive mobs. And when clag happens the bats get replaced with bats but no other mobs will spawn. Not really sure what could be causing it and it always seems to fix itself later in the day. ZorinthNov 16, Messages: Likes Received: 28 Trophy Points:
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GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. We have found in using the 1. Generally mob spawns will start at a reasonable rate and then decline over a period of 24 hours. Both evidence the same effect. The only solution at the moment is to remove all forms of chunkloading from the chunk s the cursed earth is in, and leave the area so that it unloads for a period of time. When we return to the area, the cursed earth will again spawn actively. This makes it inconvenient though not impossible to run longer term mob farms for resources when you have to unload the area every day. The period could be shorter than hours, but that is roughly how long between times I've noted it. Curiously enough, I noticed the issue in Direwolf20's Forgecraft series as well early on, and he commented on it. Unfortunately, I'm not sure which episode s of the series so I can't link a reference here at the moment. Have the same issue, but over a significantly shorter time period, in single player. Mobs will spawn at a usual rate for 30 minutes to 1 hour, but after that essentially stop. Tested several times, leaving the player within a few blocks of the cursed earth farm. Farm is in total darkness. Single player world, using the latest version of the Direwolf20 1. Running a Direwolf20 v1. Maybe 15 minutes. HenryLoenwind - So where else would you recommend we open tickets to get to the bottom of this. Is it native to Minecraft or is it something that is added in Forge? Chunkloading comes from Forge, but I am not sure this issue is caused by chunbkloading. I think it may just be exposed by it because without it the chunks can be reloaded if the player logs out or travels around. Ok, so this issue remains one definitely in the hands of RWTema or any assisting in code maintenance on his behalf. What can we do or provide that will assist in the analysis of this issue? Unfortunately, it's not a crash so there are no logs to help pinpoint the issue. Short of standing there and timing mobs spawning over time, I'm not sure we can give you any kind of hard data as to how long it takes before they stop. I have had no problem with Ender IO conduits no matter the amount of time left chunkloaded: I believe this is a red herring and at best does not belong in this ticket but in a ticket against Ender IO. I thought at first that this was simply an issue of other mobs spawning around and that the cursed earth wouldn't spawn mobs if nearby mobs became too many: I created a Void dimension with rftools dimensions to house my cursed earth spawner and the problem persisted.
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Mob farms are structures built to acquire mob drops more easily and in larger numbers. They usually consist of two components: a large, dark room to spawn mobs which are funneled into a central location, and a mob grinder to kill them quickly and efficiently. The purpose for the farm is to provide a large area that is a viable spawn position for the intended targets, and to kill the mobs quickly. Due to the rules Minecraft applies to spawning mobs, this makes the choice of a location for the mob farm a difficult problem. Farms placed on the surface can provide good drop rates during the day, when it is one of the few spots of dark ground, but has a sharp drop in effectiveness during nighttime, when the entire surface is dark enough to support mob spawning. Farms built underground have a time-independent drop rate, and will remain within your personal spawn range for hostiles when you go mining, but their effectiveness depends on the amount of unlit caverns in your vicinity, which provide alternative places for mobs to spawn. Farms floating high in the sky can achieve the best spawn rates during the day and night and you are far away from caves, as they represent the only viable spawn ground. However, building one in survival is rather dangerous, and due to their height they will stop working completely when you descend underground to mine resources. To produce loot, you have to stay at the height of the farm. Farms constructed under an ocean can provide the best during day and night, as the ocean limits the viable spawn locations to open areas underground, and there are fewer natural caves to compete with. You can also locate your mine below it to ensure you will always be close enough to spawn monsters. Superflat worlds will provide higher spawn rates than other worlds, as the missing air pockets underground reduce the amount of dark places. The Nether is difficult to farm, as water evaporates and all mobs are immune to fire. This reduces the amount of functioning farm designs considerably. One could try to funnel the mobs through Nether Portals to circumvent the restrictions. What a mob farm produces depends on location and the type of grinder used to kill the mobs. Automatic killing prevents certain drops and experiencebut is safer as the player is not required to be near the mobs. The following is a table of mobs that can be effectively farmed and their usual and player-caused drops. Player-caused drops and experience can be obtained only when the monster is killed directly by the player. Note that zombie, skeleton, and creeper heads will only drop if killed by a charged creeper. Wither skeletons, however, have a small chance to drop theirs no matter the cause of death, but still will always drop them when killed via charged creeper. Creeper Head. Skeleton Skull. When planning a mob farm, one should always consider the necessary size, which depends on where one plans to be in relation to the area. If you plan to be directly beneath the center of the farm, waiting for the items, the radius in which mobs would spawn can be easily used to calculate the size of the farm:. If you plan to spend your time in a less defined position, it might be easier to stack a simple design several times, ensuring that at least some areas are in the spawn range while limiting complexity. TIP: If you are making a room that relies on darkness to spawn mobs, cave sounds and bats are good signs that your spawner is dark enough to let hostile mobs spawn. The easiest possible design consists of a large, empty area of simple shape, with one or more holes in the ground for the mobs to drop through. The edge of each hole has to be lined with opened trapdoors or gates to trick the Mob AI into believing the hole to be solid ground. Trapdoors can also be controlled with redstoneso one could shut off the farm by closing the holes remotely. The whole room is closed by a roof to create a minimal light level. A roof height of 3 allows Endermen to spawn, while a roof height of 1 would restrict the farm to spiders.
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