an ability to take an enchantment off an item

Discussion in 'Suggestion Box Archives' started by Kravchynko, May 11, 2016.


Would you want to switch you enchantments on you iron armor to diamond armor?

HECK YEAH 2 vote(s) 25.0%
nah 6 vote(s) 75.0%
  1. A lot of you want this since if you got a diamond helmet & a iron helmet and you have an enchantment on the iron helmet,would you like to switch it over? I'm sure a lot of you would say yes so why not a command called

    /objectEnchantment divider

    when used a gui will pop up which if you put an enchanted item in there,it will turn all the enchantments into enchanted books and give you back the tool
  2. Not a bad idea! It really should come with at least a small token cost, like 5 tokens per enchantment and each level for the enchants, with maybe a minor discount. Also, prevent ALL custom items from this.
    Aside from that, +1
    I really wouldn't use this because voters armor all the way! (I personally can't let go of my voter's armor)
  3. I don't see the point. The point of enchanting is that you're giving up that item to that enchantment and applying your levels to do so. If you could take off enchantments and apply them to others, this could just be abused to reduce the repair cost on heavily-repaired items. If we had this, you could find all sorts of random gear and take the enchantments from them and there would be no point in trying to enchant books or new items since there would be a really abundant supply of salvageable enchantments.
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  4. Oh... I did not ever think of this! Really, it can be very abused, but if there is a cost to salvage the item, it would be ok. Like, 100-1000 tokens per item. If you think about that, it is really expensive!
  5. At 100-1000 tokens, no enchantment that exists in vanilla minecraft would be worth saving. I don't think it should be a token thing. I don't think it should be a thing at all. It's unnecessary and there's too many loopholes.
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