Best Minecraft equipment mods

In this page you will discover amazing Minecraft equipment tagged mods. Flick through countless useful content dedicated for Minecraft game that includes mods, shaders, maps and textures. Only the best and most popular additions come into our list and they promise to give an fascinating experience to any minecraft player

Critters and Companions

Critters and Companions is an absolutely adorable mod that adds multiple mobs to the game, with a few of them having useful functionalities and some being decorative. You will find them in rivers, plains, the ocean and some other locations, with the Koi, Ferret, Otter, Dragonfly, Red Panda and Dumbo Octopus being some major examples.Dragonflies can be tamed with spider eyes to help you out during combat, Otters will attack fish near them and eat whatever fish you right click them with, but they'll also open clams that you can get from fishing. This will get you pearls, that you can use to make a necklace that gives you major buffs for underwater exploration.Ferrets can be tamed with raw rabbit and will dig for loot if you give them raw chicken, or assist you when looking for animals to hunt. If you find enough Koi Fish grouped together in a river, they'll give you a Luck buff.This mod offers versions for both Forge and Fabric. Download links are given below.


Curios API

Curios API is an equipment API and Slot System for Minecraft, allowing for more usage for items and tools rather than just the traditional armour and shield/offhand slots. On the player Inventory Screen, in the top left of the player model, there is a Curios Icon (which looks like a mechanical circle with an X going through it, it starts grey but turns yellow when hovered on) where you can access the different slots for the different types of items. Mods can easily add their own Curios slots for their custom items.The mod by itself does not come with any new content or slots, only 2 example items for developers to reference when making their mods that are only accessible in creative mode. The player will be able to do something with Curios once they install mods which use it. Some mods which use Curios are MCDoom and Nameless Trinkets, and there are also some commonly used slots.Curios are good for being a central equipment slot registry to which developers can easily add stuff, others may exist, but Curios is trying to centralise it. The slots have lots of customisation, such as backgrounds, appearance, and size, and can also be added or removed at any time for any reason. The slots can also use the vanilla tag system to accept more than just some hard-coded items. The items are also compatible with inventory mechanics such as enchantments, mending, curses and other mechanics developers may add. All this is easily accessible from the simple GUI in the player inventory, which is often a strip with all the slots attached in a straight line with check marks next to the slots, but that can easily be customised. Slots can also be modified or added/removed, and the whole mod can be disabled with commands. The mod provides an extensive amount of commands.Even though Curios is very easy to use, the author still has documentation for players, which mainly contains information about the config and other stuff that would be common for modpacks. There is also documentation for developers and information about how to add it to a project.Curios are for both Forge and Fabric.


Tool Belt

Tool Belt is an amazing utility mod that allows players to carry multiple tools and resources by using a belt that is worn around the player's waist. The basic tool belt item has two slots to carry two tools. This can further be upgraded by combing the tool belt with a tool pouch using an anvil. You can unlock upto nine slots for a single tool belt. You can press a keybind to open a GUI that lets you choose items from the tool belt into the player's main hand. The keybind is set to 'R' by default, but it can be changed in the settings. Checkout the video below for a demonstration of the mod.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.


Equipment Compare

Equipment Compare is an amazing utility mod that allows you to compare the specification on two different armor pieces. This includes the inherent toughness and durability of an armor piece along with the enchantments applied on it. All you have to do is to wear a piece of armor and place your mouse cursor over another piece of armor that you wanna compare. Now, you have to press and hold a key to open the tooltips of the armors. The key to open the tooltips are set to the Shift key by default. But you can change this in the controls settings.Download links for this mod are given below. Make sure to read the installation instructions.


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