I have a question regarding ChromatiCraft. The ender forest mod ended up being added to that one and for personal reasons I don't like using magic mods. So I was wondering if it's possible to just run the ender forest part of ChromatiCraft minus the magic aspects? I know the whole purpose of the mod is for magic but I was just wondering since the stand alone mod for the ender forest was discontinued. I mean it doesn't really matter if I can't, but I was just wondering.
Okay. Thanks for replying. I might just do what you say. After all even if I don't use them the structures will add some nice looks to my world :-).
yeah, they're not bad to have around, the pylons or whatever they are can be painful if you get too close without armor, but i just love dye trees enough, the rest of the mod is not something i'll pursue due to hidden/lack of documentation.
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24 hours gone again, wasted in futility, welcome to minecraft modding, that is (unfortunately) our community.
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i keep making the same mistake, i think "oh, i've given them a few months, surely it'll be fixed by now" THAT is why i seem to ALWAYS be angry to some of you, my advice is to get the lead out.
there were nice things here, until the mod author threw a tantrum.
I do not understand why people cannot tolerate not getting all the information dumped right at the start. How do people manage ThaumCraft?
I agree with you. It sucks the joy of discovery away when all the info is given in the beginning. I like discovery and hidden things. Keeps minecraft from going stale for me. By the way I wanted to say thank you for the critterpet mod. I love having a pet spider. They're one of my favorite mobs.
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EDIT: Question. Do Steam Engines ignore Cooling Fins? Even with 3 fins my steam engines on bedrock seem to explode when heated with fire.
EDIT: Also, do you ever plan do make progression sort of like IC2? And by this I mean, machining parts. As it stands right now we're tempering iron into steel, and then molding steel with our hands. As you were going for more of a realism approach I was just curious, currently I don't hate it nor love it.