|Identity Format||The identity format for JavaReflectedObjectTag is a random UUID that is associated with a temporary lookup to reduce reparsing risk.|
|Description||JavaReflectedObjectTag represent raw Java objects for reflection-based interactions in Denizen.
This is only useful in certain interop edge cases, and should usually be avoided.
They have no persistent identity, and instead only use a temporary generated UUID for the identity to allow reconstruction by lookup.
Two different JavaReflectedObjectTag might simultaneously refer to the same underlying Java object, despite having different IDs.
A Java object should not be retained in flags or other long term storage, as they will necessarily become invalid quickly.