This advanced video talks about implementing brand new enchantments into Minecraft. 

We will be using NMS to properly register your own, custom enchants at runtime so that they are properly recognized in the /enchant command as well as other plugins and Bukkit’s “containsEnchantment” method.

In this episode, we’re going to cover:

  • A quick recap of enchantment API — How to apply custom enchantment to an item using Bukkit.
  • Behind the scenes of custom enchantments — How custom enchantments are registered and client-side limitations.
  • Adding 2x enchants — I’ll show you how to add a “Hide” and “Black Nova” custom enchants including ench. table into Minecraft. I’ll also show you how to add a custom damage effect to our enchant.
  • Foundation vs native — How to add custom enchantments with and without our Foundation library.

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