The soul intention of the mod is to give players a little more customization with the way they look in armor. Minecraft by default makes all players look the same in the later gameplay stages. With Armor Souls, you now have access to 30+ armor sets, all equivalent to diamond armor, They are themed in various world cultures. Like Medieval Europe, Sengoku Japan, Medieval Middle East, and classical Rome.
The mod is aimed at me primarily and those who enjoy Role-play and or factional player vs player activities, though I highly recommend trying it with mods like, Overlord, Minecraft Comes Alive and or CustomNPCs. There’s probably more out there that go great with this one.
All of the recipes are shapeless making things easier to remember.
I don’t wish to spoil too much for you guys but here we go. To start trading with souls, you’ll need to gather them first. Let’s start by gathering some Ectoplasma. Lay out three pieces of bread on a crafting bench and voila! Ectoplasma appears. Librarians believe that souls are especially attracted to bread. In all experiments, this was the most consecutive amount needed.
Now that we have Ectoplasma, we’ll need to a find a Blue Soul. The blue soul is the progenitor soul of all others. It takes a special mixture which we’ll call Black Stuff to bring forth a pure Blue Soul. Use Charcoal, bone meal, six ectoplasma balls and a bottle of water to craft it. Place it in a furnace and a Blue Soul will appear.
Now what? Welp, once you’ve acquired some iron armor, place the blue soul and the armor on the crafting bench. This counts as a trade ritual with the soul. The soul will now forge you a new set of armor.
Tips: Try feeding a Blue Soul different items. Try Bonemeal first.
(Feeding: “A fancy word for placing the soul in the crafting bench with an item.”)
“Some villager librarians believe that thetrade ritualdates as far back as 1000 after Steve. Some sources add that they may have been attracted to some of the names of the steves, Like KillerHunter223 and XXX_KAWAII_XXX.”
You are allowed to use the textures from this mod for whatever you please, as long as you are not obtaining money from it.
The_Fireplace: For showing me the coding ropes and setting up a JDE for me back when I first started the mod a long time ago. He also gave me all the code I needed to make the armors, recipes, and some experimental 3d armors, DON’T KILL ME FOR FINISHING THE MOD WITH MCREATOR AND NOT THE JDE THINGY! DX I just had to finish it dude! Here’s a very AWESOME mod of his, Overlord, it's partly the reason I started working on this mod.
MCreator: MCreator handled most of the dirty work. Somethings were modified manually, makes handing things I don’t understand less irritating and less hair pullery of a hasle. I really look forward to the continued development of it.