Code-Style The concept of a "common proxy" does not make sense. The whole point of @SidedProxy is to abstract over client specific and server specific behavior, the opposite of "common". Common code should go in your main mod class. Use @Override when you intend to override methods. This helps tremendously when updating your code for new versions of Minecraft, but in general is good practice. Read this Stack Overflow answer for an explanation. Using an interface (usually call
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