Minecraft: Give Command Generator


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Minecraft Give Command Generator

The give command is one of the most complicated and powerful commands in Minecraft. This tool is a simple Minecraft give command generator for generating complex commands. Paste this command into chat or a command block and you can generate the item, but remember you will need to be op (admin).

Commands are for vanilla (java or bedrock) edition, but can also work for modded Minecraft. So far it includes, item name and lore, item enchantments and the more advance item attributes which can add buffs or debuffs for users that hold or wear an item. More is coming, see the todo list below.

Enchantments: Most enchantments will only work on certain tools, weapons or armour. Be sure to choose the correct enchantments. You can minecraft give sword with enchantments or minecraft give armor generator, choose those items from the minecraft give item list and choose enchantments from the advanced options. There is a huge number of minecraft give enchanted items combinations.

Attributes: These can be applied to any item, when a user holds or wears that item they will receive a buff or debuff. For example, a buff can add or multiply damage that a player does when attacking, where as a debuff could reduce their speed. Try to make a sword that can one hit kill a wither.

Long Commands: The give command can get quite long and break when entered into chat. The is because chat has a limitation of 256 characters (or 100 characters before 1.11). For commands longer than the limit, use a command block and paste the give command into the command block, place a button on the side and your command should run when pressed.

Versioning: The give command has changed a lot over various versions, most notability the removal of block ids and minor changes to the json encoded dataTag. See notes below, but perhaps one day we can make it work for all versions.

Minecraft Version Notes

1.13 Java minecraft give command

The minecraft give command for 1.13 removes block ids completely, it also removes ids from enchantments and changes the dataTag. The dataTag is now part of the item argument and some of the structure changes.
/give <player> <item> [<count>]
/give @p iron_shovel{"display":{"Name":"{\"text\":\"Super Shovel\"}"},"Enchantments":[{"id":"efficiency","lvl":5}]} 1

1.7 Bedrock minecraft give command

This is an early alpha version for bedrock. It has a few quirks, the data is largely been borrowed from 1.13 java, so tags version may be a a little off. Unfortunately at this time Bedrock edition doesn't support advance tags or enchantments.
/give <player: target> <itemName: Item> [amount: int] [data: int] [components: json]

1.12 Java minecraft give command

The minecraft give command for 1.12 is the last one with block ids. In most cases data is usually 0.
/give <player> <item> [amount] [data] [dataTag]
/give @p iron_shovel 1 0 {"display":{"Name":"Super Shovel"},"ench":[{"id":32,"lvl":5}]}

Todo

  • Color lore text
  • Place on, can't place on
  • Remember form data on return
  • Import a command

Version History

  • 0.4
    Added attributes buffs/debuffs system
    Added warning for long commands
    Fixed 1.12 command error due to missing itemdata integer
  • 0.3
    Added 1.13 missing blocks and entities
    Added basic Bedrock command
    Added pages for each version
  • 0.2.1
    Added the hideflags option, and updated the item preview to show enchantments and unbreakable tag.
  • 0.2
    Full overhaul, 1.12 and 1.13 commands
    Added enchantments, name and lore text.
  • 0.1
    Initial build, with search and basic command generator