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Enlightened End is an end expansion mod for 1.18.2+ which stays true to the vanilla style while also aiming to improve the end in areas it is lacking features with intricate and detailed biomes, each containing blocks, mobs, and items that are all unique with most having special functionality, helping separate it from other end mods. Requires GeckoLib for versions 1.18.2+ FeaturesThe Enderneath, a new radioactive biome that generates below the end biomes, stalkers inhabit this dreaded biomeThe Congealed Forest, a new sticky alien-forest biome with lots of bouncy and gooey foliage, ringlings also inhabit this biome and are quite scared of playersThe Ooze vents, a new toxic biome with oozing vents and a strange ground which has strange teleporting propertiesMagnet Crystals that can be found far out in the end void, and will pull in entities and items140+ new blocks and items total, with lots of decorative and functional blocksNew ores such as bismuth, adamantite, and malachiteExpansions to pre-existing end biomes and features Lots of these features are also configurable!You can view all major features in this documentSocialsYouTube can be accessed hereCommunity Discord Server can be joined here -- (Join for sneak peaks and support!)My Patron can be accessed hereUse code "muffinsqw" for 25% off your first Minecraft server at Bisect Hosting CreditsThanks to _humanoid for helping with the mod and Ringling rework suggestionThanks to Blvx for the mod nameMade using MCreator
WAWLA, short for Where Are We Looking At, is an excellent mod for beginners. Wawla mod adds a small screen, which shows the name of the blocks or mobs a player is looking at. It also tells the health of the mobs, with their names.Wawla Mod helps players new to Minecraft. With this mod, you can see the percentage of the crops grown by looking at them. It also tells about the health of the Villagers with their jobs. With Wawla, you can know how many hits you need to kill a mob. You can also use this mod to see the blast resistance of the blocks and the percentage of the block broken.Note: This mod needs Hwyla and Bookshelf mods to work.
The Pastry Cakes texture pack changes the Minecraft cake's shape and texture to make it look like other pastry items. The type of pastry is decided by the position of the cake in the world. Placing a candle over the pastry will make it look like the pastries are in a gift box. The gift box has a ribbon on it. The colour of the ribbon is determined by the colour of the candle placed on top of the pastry.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack. Optifine is needed for this pack to work properly. Download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.
The Armorstands Reimagined texture pack completely changes the texture of the armorstand. In vanilla Minecraft, armorstands are stick-like figures that does not resemble a player's body at all. With this pack installed, armorstands will have a lot more 3D appearance and looks very similar to a player's body. Therefore, placing armor onto these armorstands look better when compared to vanilla.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack. Download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.
In the current versions of Minecraft, there is no way to naturally obtain iron in the Nether. You have to rely on treasure chests to find them. This makes it hard for players to perform Nether-only survival challenges. But here is a mod that solves this issue...The Pigsteel mod adds a new mineral into the game called "pigsteel". This is a Nether variant of iron and can be used as a replacement for iron in most of the vanilla crafting recipes. Furthermore, the mod also adds ore blocks for pigsteel, along with solid pigsteel blocks and it's cut variants. These blocks can be used for decoration and will look good in red/pink themed builds.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Fabric mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.
Pipez is an amazing mod that lets you transfer items between chests using pipeline networks. Have you ever had to transport a large number of items in Minecraft? Most people rely on hoppers and water lines to transport their items. But both of these methods have a heavy disadvantage - They cause lag. Hoppers are known to cause lag when they are places in your world. Water lined require you to drop items in their item form, which increases the entity count and causes lag and framedrops. But the Pipez mod is well optimised and causes minimal lag. Furhtermore, the mod is easy to use compared to hopper and water lines.You can place pipes between any two storage blocks. Then you'll have to use a wrench to set one of the ends of the pipeline to extraction mode. Items from this end of the pipe will be transferred to the other end.This is a Forge mod and download links are given below.
Dying in Minecraft and losing your items is a demotivating occurance. While it's part of the survival game, many players will be dissapointed at losing the items they worked so hard for. Normally, when a player dies, their items are scattered around their area of death. These items will despawn within 5 minutes if they are in a loaded chunk and aren't picked up. And once the items despawn, they are gone forever. But the Corpse mod will solve that problem for you. With this mod installed, when a player dies, a corpse will be spawned at the area of death. This corpse has an inventory on it's own and you can open it by right clicking the corpse. The inventory contains all the items that the player had in his inventory when dying. This way you won't lose your items. After 1 hour, the corpse will turn into a skeleton, indicating that it existed for a longer time. This won't change the functionality of the corpse. Furthermore, you can see your death history and teleport to the area of death. You can view all your past deaths by pressing the 'U' key. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below.
When you open your inventory in creative mode, there is a slot that you can use to delete unwanted items. All you have to do is to drag and drop items into this slot and that item will be gone forever. Unfortunately, the survival inventory does not offer this feature. Players have to rely on burning items with lava or despawn them by dropping them in their item form. But it would be much more convenient to have a slot to delete these items. And that is what the TrashSlot mod offers you. The name of the mod suggests what the mod offers - a trash slot. You can now drag and drop unwanted items into this slot to delete them. You have this slot in your survival inventory and you can drag it around your screen and place it anywhere you want, according to your convenience. Oops! Dragged an item to the slot by mistake? Don't worry, the mod offers you an option to restore the last deleted item so that you won't delete items by mistake.This is a Forge mod and download links are given below.
Item Physics is a texture that makes your dropped items lay flat on the ground rather than stand upright. This is a small little detail that makes your game seem a bit more realistic and detailed. This is only a basic resource pack that does not change any game features, so the items will still float and rotate on the ground. But all throwable items like enderpearls, eggs, snowballs, etc will stay upright like normal due to restrictions within the game's code. Download links for this pack are given below.