This event is fired whenever potential mob griefing is about to occur. It has a result which determines whether the default behaviour occurs or not:

  • allow: the griefing is allowed
  • deny: the griefing is prevented
  • default: the griefing occurs according to Vanilla logic.

You will need to cast the event in the function header as this class:
You can, of course, also import the class before and use that name then.

Event interface extensions

Link to event-interface-extensions

MobGriefing Events implement the following interfaces and are able to call all of their methods/getters/setters as well: