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How to make a custom reforge

Default config

The default configs can be found here:


How to add reforges

Reforges are each config files placed in the /reforges/ folder, and you can add or remove them as you please. There's an example config called _example.yml to help you out!

Typical Reforge Config

id: dynamic
name: "<gradient:#AAFFA9>Dynamic</gradient:#11FFBD>"
- "&a+5% &fDamage"
- "&a+10% &fCrit Damage"
- melee
enabled: true
name: "<gradient:#AAFFA9>Dynamic</gradient:#11FFBD>&f Reforge Stone"
- "&7Place on the right of the"
- "&7reforge menu to apply the"
- "<gradient:#AAFFA9>Dynamic</gradient:#11FFBD>&7 reforge!"
item: player_head texture:eyJ0ZXh0dXJlcyI6eyJTS0lOIjp7InVybCI6Imh0dHA6Ly90ZXh0dXJlcy5taW5lY3JhZnQubmV0L3RleHR1cmUvMmM0YTY1YzY4OWIyZDM2NDA5MTAwYTYwYzJhYjhkM2QwYTY3Y2U5NGVlYTNjMWY3YWM5NzRmZDg5MzU2OGI1ZCJ9fX0=
craftable: true
- air
- ecoitems:blank_reforge_stone ? air
- air
- iron_block
- daylight_sensor
- iron_block
- air
- phantom_membrane
- air
- id: damage_multiplier
multiplier: 1.05
- melee_attack
- id: crit_multiplier
multiplier: 1.1
- melee_attack
conditions: []

Understanding all the sections

id: The ID of the reforge. Only used internally, but it makes sense to have it be the same as the name

name: The name of the reforge, shown in lore and in the display name

description: The description appended in lore

targets: The items that this reforge can be applied to - you can create your own targets in target.yml, or have a look at the default target.yml here

stone: Contains options about the reforge stone

stone.enabled: If a reforge stone is required for this reforge The name of the reforge stone item

.lore: The lore of the reforge stone item

stone.texture: The player head texture in base64

stone.craftable: If the stone should be craftable

stone.recipe: The stone's crafting recipe

stone.price: The custom application price for a stone to have (set to -1 to disable)


Effects are the actual functionality of the reforge.

See this page for how to configure effects:

Configuring an Effect


Conditions are requirements that must be met in order for the reforge to activate its effects. In config, conditions look like this:

Configuring a Condition