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Neverlasting enchantment

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    JGdude commented
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    Why are people saying this is op? You can already see your durability in the game, it's not like people couldnt stop using it right before it broke normally. It's just a quality of life enchantment that makes it so that you dont have to pay so much attention once your pick gets low. This seems like a good idea, maybe tradable by villagers or only found in end cities.

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    FlaviusFire commented
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    This is an interesting idea, but it would have to be balanced. Perhaps as someone else suggested, the enchantment could be lost upon repairing and/or be incompatible with other enchantment that serve similar purposes. (I.e. Unbreaking, mending)

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    I don't see why unbreaking ruins the durability system. Mending maybe but they are called enchantments for a reason. It enhances the ability of your item. I don't know how many times I've died with a full set of diamond armor with full enchantments including mending. So even mending loses its durability.

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    I LOVE this idea... I do think it should be compatible with unbreaking but the unbreaking should be worse than normal

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    This makes sense, people are saying it’d be too OP but I disagree, if I understand the description correctly, it's basically repeatedly checking the durability and when it gets low repairing it except it automatically take it off for you so you don't have to repeatedly check it. I also agree with the people who are saying the armor/tool should loose the enchantment after the first use, and II or III should give extra uses too, I think this is a good idea as well.

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    Dominic Mann commented
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    Shouldn't it be called everlasting

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    vVMrPainVv commented
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    It would need to be Extremely rare and Not available in the enchant table pool

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    TFW JFriendly commented
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    This is what Mending is for, I don't see why you would need anything else. If you lose a piece of gear/tool/weapon with UB3 and Mending, thats on you. Pay attention to what you are doing, stop relying on safety nets.The risk of loss of progress is part of the game!

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    I don't see the problem with it being overpowered when combined with Mending and Unbreaking. If your priorities aren't to keep those tools once you have them then you most likely wouldn't have put the effort in to get them in the first place. This would just remove that worry and make the game a bit more convenient for those who put the time in to get the enchantment. It's not like it makes your tool any more unbreakable than Mending does if you're conscientious about your durability, and removing that constant worry is all it would do. I think it would make large scale mining a lot less tedious.

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    I think this would be a great idea but only allow it to be on tools and it should have to be found in your world. You should not be able to get it from the enchanting table or be able to combined either unbreaking or mending with it. Its an interesting idea though.

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    skygard49 commented
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    Make it so that it has to come from max level enchanting or chests. I like the idea of it being rare but it shouldn't limit other enchantments

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    LesserGatsby commented
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    I say it should be an additional effect added when curse of vanishing and curse of binding are on the same equipment

    So when you die, the item is gone. But as long as you dont die you will keep the item forever.

    Just to make those curses more of a thing you want.

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    This would be extremely useful.

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    I think this is an amazing idea

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    Avadillo4109 commented
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    Make incompatible with unbreaking and mending. And it would be fine addition

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    LolzImDed04 commented
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    The argument that the durability system is not needed is kinda ignorant. Like mending, it allows for tools to last. I think this is a cool and new option for items without mending and like many, mending and this would be op. I think if you had this enchantment, you could spend xp to fix it almost using mending. You could even use items to fix it too. I think this is a cool idea.

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    What if you have to find it in a really rare chest and it can't be found in an enchant table. Mabey a jungle temple chest or a special igloo variety.

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    I think yes but there should be 1 2 3 4 and a 5 of like the chance of it working or something idk or a pop up screen that tells you when its low durability..... But i love this idea please wanted this soo bad make it where it can't combine with mending

    It should be in the enchantment table but requires 35 xp and takes away 5 then i love it more

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    Maybe your tool would be no faster than a hand once it got to 1 durability, but you could still break it if you used it one more time. Like a warning system telling you when your tool is about to break.

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    Mj Jojola commented
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    It is a good idea, but kinda op. I think that it would be a good Idea to only be able to find it in things like dessert temples,or woodland mansions, but shouldn't be a trade you can make with villagers.

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    y e s i love the idea

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    Tomas Myers commented
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    i agree with this, but theres one crucial mistake. the word neverlasting, never means "at no time in the past or future could something happen." lasting means "enduring or durable." combining the definitions makes something like "at no time enduring," meaning it could never endure anything and possibly even breaking instantly upon contact with something. so maybe change the name to "Everlasting." or make it a curse, and have the item or armor with this curse have a chance to take double durabilty.

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    Evan Diaz commented
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    This shouldn't be compatible with unbreaking

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    m for awesome commented
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    It's like this in the legends mod the armor just doesn't give you defense if it is out of durability but is still there

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    gina lungwitz commented
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    I think this is a great idea if you would like to preserve your enchantments on a valuable item or display the tool because it has sentimental value without fully losing the item.

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    MoistBoi1475 commented
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    Rather than a standalone enchant. Why don't we add this functionality to the vanilla unbreaking enchant. Then perhaps make the new unbreaking incompatible with mending. Maybe even cause you to lose a level of unbreaking everytime you repair it.

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    Good i want it

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    Ejb Mario commented
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    Shouldn't it be called Everlasting?

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    This would be great for display items

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    This is an amazing idea, though it shouldn't be stackable with unbreaking, other then that great Idea