This pack is based around Millenaire and Minecolonies mods and it can be casual or challenging as you want it to be. It's so called Vanilla+ modpack that will enhance your 'close-to-vanilla' gameplay and add some new features to explore and interact with, like new village system(Millenaire mod), different terrain generation, ore processing system and a lot more(see features list for details).
Choose your style from many different blocks options in Chisel mod;
Add some immersive-looking functional simple machines like spinning Windmills or Waterwheels;
Rustic mod will add even more decorative blocks such as pillars, barrels, cabinets;
Bibliocraft will add variety of blocks starting from shelves for books and potion to tool racks for equipment;
Decorative furniture blocks with an antique touch from Landlust mod.
Discover and gain reputation with various cultures in Millenaire mod. Help village to grow by gathering resources for them, trade with them and, with enough reputation - buy a property.
Create your own colony with Minecolonies mod. Manage many NPC workers, ranging from Builders, Crafters and Farmers, to Guards, Enchanters, and Alchemists, the mod provides the ability to create a unique Colony with many many inhabitants.
Low tech mod like Better than Mods(based on Better with Wolves) based on mechanical power will help double your resources and will help create immersive buildings.
Better fishing including Ocean Trawling;
Very deep and rich food crafting system with Vanilla Food Pantry mod;
A brewing system for making beverages;
Bees! With honey, apiaries and mead;
New unique crops.
Increased mobs variety: deers, butterflies, chameleons, lizards, mimics, birds and much more;
Build an airship for easier travelling;
Explore new vanilla-based terrain generation with random structures;
Delve into roguelike dungeons if you want to challenge yourself or feeling bored;
Nether overhaul, with new structures, biomes and mobs;
Daily quests for hunting, gathering, and exploring the wonderful world of Minecraft.
and even more:
Quests that will show you some aspects of the game;
Choose your class and level it up with your experience;
Random qualities for your equipment;
Veinminer for easier resource gathering;
Dynamic Surroundings will provide greater immersive visual and sound experience;
Various improvements and tweaks to vanilla gameplay.
I was thinking of getting back into MC solely to play Millenaire and some of my favorite 1.7 mods, but this looks incredible! The one thing I noticed is that it doesn't seem to have any biome mods. Is it compatible with any like Biome Bundle?
Smelting vanilla armors gives a full refund on their material costs. It's extremely convenient to be able to break down excess gear so it doesn't clutter chests, but a full refund makes it very easy to break down and reconstruct a set of armor until you have masterful traits on everything with very little expenditure of materials.
In addition, there is a skill that grants a chance to double the output of smelting operations, which applies to armor. As it stands, all you need is 4 diamonds to make a pair of boots and an investment of 16 experience levels to get your first rank of smelting efficiency and you can begin slowly snowballing into an infinite supply of diamonds.
I'd recommend tweaking the smelting recipes to only give a 50% refund. Reducing the refund on smelted armor to half will prevent smelting efficiency from being abuseable as a means of duplicating materials, and allow low quality gear to be salvaged without also allowing it to be infinitely recycled into high quality gear.
So I am at the water wheel quest, and it says I need glue. The recipe for glue says to put leather into the cauldron to get it. I have put leather armor pieces into it and nothing is happening, other recipes in cauldron work. Have also checked cauldron recipes and there is none listed for glue. So I am wondering how do I get the glue to make the water wheel?
Hello, I've just started playing Life in the Village and I can't seem to be able to mine cobblestone. I've crafted wood, stone, and iron pickaxes but everytime I mine through stone nothing drops. Is this the way It's supposed to be? How do I get cobblestone?
Edit: I can mine cobblestone on the surface but it doesn't work in the mine below my house. I suppose I'll just have to be wary of where I mine it.
Hey all. I just got back into playing Millenaire and started the sadhu vidya quest.... then summarily LOST my way back to the Sadhu tree whilst looking for a desert to explore.. how do I find it again OR Start the quest over.. ???
Hi there! I'm dying to use your modpack but I'm having some newbie problems. I recently purchased Minecraft and have tried to install your modpack. There's a guide in this forum that explains how to install Vanilla mods, I followed that guide but the version I created for LITV will not show up in the dropdown menu of versions available.
I'd try the Forge method but there's no .jar file in the forge version folder.