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    posted a message on Breathing Freely - A 1.16+ Biome Ambience Overhaul
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    Overview:

    In this pack, I've added new biome ambience, biome loops, grass colours, foliage colours, sky colours, sky fog colours, water colours, water fog colours, and particles to every biome in the game. Every sound bit is either fully public domain, or is freely redistributable & effectively safe for content creators.

    Download & Installation:

    As the BREATHING FREELY pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,


    resources.zip

    breathing_freely.zip


    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these changes show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host BREATHING FREELY on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these changes on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


      1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
      2. Open .minecraft/saves/
      3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
      4. Depending on whether you're playing singleplayer or multiplayer, do one of the following:
        1. SINGLEPLAYER: Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
        2. MULTIPLAYER:
      5. Follow these instructions.Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      6. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
      7. Drop “breathing_freely.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.


    Credit & Usage

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to one of the following:
    my page at Minecraft Forums https://www.minecraftforum.net/members/Athesiel
    my twitter account https://twitter.com/athesiel
    my minecraft tumblr https://jigsaw-block.tumblr.com/
    this discord server https://discord.gg/6Gxubzt

    I have a discord & minecraft server of my own where I develop these packs live. You can check that out through the link above.
    You do not have permission to redistribute these packs, and if you modify them, please reach out to me before redistributing them in any way.

    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal https://paypal.me/Atheisle or via my email, [email protected], or you can join our patreon at https://patreon.com/archhive


    The following songs are used in this pack:

    01 Forest Vibration part2 by Atman & Alma Yoray [x]

    Mountains by Cellophane Sam [x]

    (And We Danced) Into The Night by The Lovely Moon [x]

    Lonely Cowboy by ZitronSound [x]

    Beyul by Siddhartha Corsus [x]

    January by Kai Engel [x]

    Nu Flute by Kevin McLeod [x]

    The Fractured Flute of Time (cosmic flashback) by Keshco [x]

    Away by Meydän [x]

    Ash and Mirage by Blue Dot Sessions [x]

    Birds coyote space swamp by Free Matter for the Blind [x]

    Dans les dauphins sur l'ascenseur by Frederic Lardon feat Laura Palmée [x]

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Vanilla 1.16 Beetles - 1032 New Mobs, & A New Mechanic

    Overview:

    The beetles datapack adds in an entire new mechanic to the game called Sand Fishing, which has an entire set of its own loot drops with items both new and old, as well as an entire set of beetles: a new entity for Vanilla Minecraft. There are over 1000 beetles possible to be found & collected, and the entire system is, I’m proud to say, incredibly server & computer friendly. The beetles datapack also adds in a few aestheticly different versions of pre-existing items, though these items function exactly like the originals. Beetles are incredibly easy to collect, all you need is a shovel & some sand. They can be collected as items in an inventory & on item frames, or be kept in a tank as entities with their own AI.


    You can find the Downloads & Installation at the bottom of this page.


    The Beetles datapack works on any world from version 1.16+.


    This datapack is the first of a series of datapacks for a map I'm working on, Deimos. Stay tuned for more Deimos Datapacks. Additionally, feel free to check out my other series of datapacks, Variations On A Theme, or VOAT for short! I have all of my stuff easily accessible over here.


    You must be playing on easy or higher difficulty.

    Sand Fishing:

    When holding any shovel, if a player stands on sand & has sand nearby, Sand Fishing will initiate. When Sand Fishing is active, a few sand particles will start to periodically kick up into the air on a random nearby block within 16 blocks of the player. If the player removes the block underneath the sand particles, they have a 3/6 chance of getting Junk, a 2/6 chance of getting a Beetle, and a 1/6 chance of getting Treasure. Junk items are all preexisting items, just in a new loot table, giving the player a couple of items that other junk loot tables like Fishing does not. Beetles are 1032 new mobs, described below, that do not replace any preexisting mob. Treasure items are a mix of old items and new items, of which the new items function like the old items but have special textures, which are only able to be found from them.

    Loot:

    Of the new Treasure items, there's Ancient versions of gold ingots, gold nuggets, gold carrots, gold chestplates, gold helmets, gold leggings, gold boots, gold swords, and lapis lazuli. The original versions of these items still exist, and the new items can only be found through Sand Fishing. The Ancient Armour received from Sand Fishing is enchanted @ level 50- the highest in the game. However, since it's Gold gear, it's still worse than the level 20-39 diamond / iron gear found in End Cities by default. Additionally, the Ancient Armour will never by default have Mending on it, and comes severely damaged. All drop tables can be found here.



    Beetles:

    As for the beetles themselves, they have 2 advancements associated with them; "Buggy Content", which requires you to catch any beetle in your inventory, and "Rare Catch", which requires you to catch any scarab in your inventory. “Rare Catch” is a challenge achievement that rewards 50xp (not levels), as Scarabs have a 1 in 2056 chance of spawning each, and there are only 8 of them. Otherwise, every other beetle has an individual 2/2056 chance of spawning, meaning the chance to get a Scarab is 8 in 2056, whereas the chance to not get a Scarab is 2048 in 2056.

    When a beetle appears in the world, it will appear as an Item, and be on its back. After 5 seconds, the beetle will "flip over" and become an Entity. This entity will follow the player within 4 blocks, and will antagonize villagers- who are scared of beetles by default. The beetle entity cannot deal any Damage to other entities, though it can Attack them. Beetle entities will also try to attack Iron & Snow Golems, though these will both attack back. If a Beetle takes ANY damage, it dies & drops Chitin , a new food (parented to Rotten Flesh, meaning functionally exactly the same). If you wish to flip the beetle back over & collect it as an Item, you can do so at any time by submerging it in Water.


    Beetles are also set to be easily collectible, having their colouration and type listed under the item name in grey. Additionally, they are set so that, when placed in Item Frames, they are the exact same size as they appear in the world, meaning players can effectively “pin” the beetles to the item frames. To reiterate, there are 1032 beetles, each with a unique combination of their colouration and shape. There are 256 colour possibilities per type of beetle (aside from Scarabs), across 4 different beetle types.


    Download & Installation:

    As the beetles pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,




    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these beetles show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host the beetles on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these beetles on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


      1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
      2. Open .minecraft/saves/
      3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
      4. Depending on whether you're playing singleplayer or multiplayer, do one of the following:
        1. SINGLEPLAYER: Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
        2. MULTIPLAYER: Follow these instructions.
      5. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
        1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.

    1. Drop “beetles v1.5.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.


    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account. Additionally, I would like to shoutout a couple of people who helped me with the finalizing of loot tables. I received help from a friend of mine, Fizzy; his twitter can be found here. I also recieved help from another friend who has her twitter here.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].



    Changelog:

    1.1: Added PersistenceRequired tag.

    1.2: Fixed fatal error.

    1.3: Fixed treasure table so Mending no longer appears, as intended.

    1.4: Added compatibility for Netherite shovels. Updated for 1.16. Updated all beetle textures to be more vibrant and reflect their colours more accurately.

    1.5: Fixed fatal tag error.

    Posted in: Maps
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    posted a message on Vanilla 1.16.4+ : Revamped Fishing! 139 New Fish, new blocks, new items! ; [Variations On A Theme: Fish]

    Overview:

    In this pack, I've added a much more comprehensive fishing system to Vanilla Minecraft. VOAT_FISH expands on the loot tables of Minecraft by taking into account weather, biome, and time of day to make it so that no matter where you fish, you're getting new fish.


    The VOAT - FISH datapack adds in 139 new fish to minecraft, obtainable through fishing. There are plans for an expansion pack, VOAT - FISH: EXPANSION, to add in new fishing rods, a full progression system, fish quests, and even weather totems. The groundwork for the expansion pack is already laid.

    DROPS:

    FISH: There are 139 fish in this pack that can be used for various things. The majority of them are just low-level foods, however in these there are new sources for replacements for renewable glowstone, gold ingots, iron ingots, dyes, phantom membranes, even (very) rarely diamonds. I have extensively tested this on my server to make absolutely sure that it does not fundamentally change the in-game economy. This pack also includes some new fish in the end, including one called the Shulker Crab, which can be used as a replacement for a renewable source of shulker shells.


    JUNK: 6 "driftwood" items, fishing hooks (used as iron nuggets), a new type of wood, a new texture for bones when fished, a broken sword, and new soggy flesh which drops from Drowned as well.


    TREASURE: In addition to the treasure already present from fishing, any enchanted book you fish up will boast a new texture to show where you obtained it, and a special writable book called the Fisher's Journal which will be important when all VOAT packs are complete.


    You can find a full list of the fish and the conditions in which you can catch them here.


    Download & Installation:

    As the VOAT - FISH pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,


    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these fruit show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host VOAT - FISH on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these fish on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


      1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
      2. Open .minecraft/saves/
      3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
      4. Depending on whether you're playing singleplayer or multiplayer, do one of the following:
        1. SINGLEPLAYER: Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
        2. MULTIPLAYER:
      5. Follow these instructions.Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      6. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
      7. Drop “VOAT_FISH.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.

    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account. Additionally, I have a discord & minecraft server of my own where I develop these packs live. You can check that out here.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].


    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Vanilla 1.16 - 32 New Fruits ; [Variations on a Theme - Fruit]

    Overview:

    The previous Cornucopia pack I released was an attempt to see how people would respond to this kind of pack, and since it was a good response, I've expanded the concept significantly, and rebranded it as V.O.A.T (Variations on a Theme), so that I can continue to release packs like this one with different content.


    The VOAT - FRUIT datapack adds in 32 new foods to minecraft, obtainable through the leaf blocks of various trees, as well as from vines, and berry bushes, when the player destroys the block in specific biomes.

    Fruit:

    The specific fruit are as follows:


    OAK LEAVES:

    • Peach - Drops in the Swamp or Swamp Hills biomes.
    • Fig - Drops in the Jungle, Jungle Hills, Modified Jungle, Jungle Edge, Modified Jungle Edge, Bamboo Jungle, and Bamboo Jungle Hills biomes.
    • Orange - Drops in the Savanna, Savanna Plateau, Shattered Savanna, and Shattered Savanna Plateau biomes.
    • Green Apple - Drops in the Plains, and Sunflower Plains biomes.
    • Red Apple - Drops in the Forest and Forest Hills biomes.
    • Yellow Apple - Drops in the Flower Forest biome.
    • Pomegranate - Drops in the Snowy Trunda, Snowy Tundra Mountains, Ice Spikes, Mountains, Wooded Mountains, Gravelly Mountains, and Modified Gravelly Mountains biomes.
    • Cherry - Drops in the Dark Forest, and Dark Forest Hills biomes.
    • Coconut - Drops in the River and Beach biomes.
    • Chorus Fruit (Apple) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Apple) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    SPRUCE LEAVES / SWEET BERRY BUSHES:

    • Blackberries - Drops in the Snowy Tundra, Snowy Tundra Mountains, and Ice Spikes biomes. Can be planted.
    • Sweet Berries - Drops in the Tiaga, Tiaga Hills, and Tiaga Mountains biomes. Can be planted.
    • Blueberries - Drops in the Mountains, Gravelly Mountains, and Modified Gravelly Mountains biomes. Can be planted.
    • Strawberry - Drops in the Mountains, Gravelly Mountains, and Modified Gravelly Mountains biomes. Can be planted.
    • Raspberry - Drops in the Giant Tree Tiaga, Giant Tree Tiaga Hills, Giant Spruce Tiaga, and Giant Spruce Tiaga Hills biomes. Can be planted.
    • Elderberry - Drops in the Wooded Mountains biome. Can be planted.
    • Chorus Fruit (Berries) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Berries) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    BIRCH LEAVES:

    • Pear - Drops in the Forest, Forest Hills, and Flower Forest biomes.
    • Grapes (White) - Drops in the Birch Forest, Birch Forest Hills, Tall Birch Forest, and Tall Birch Forest Hills biomes.
    • Starfruit - Drops in the Dark Forest and Dark Forest Hills biomes.
    • Chorus Fruit (Pear) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Pear) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    JUNGLE LEAVES:

    • Mango - Drops in the Jungle, Jungle Hills, Modified Jungle, Jungle Edge, Modified Jungle Edge, Bamboo Jungle, and Bamboo Jungle Hills biomes.
    • Chorus Fruit (Mango) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Mango) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    ACACIA LEAVES:

    • Dragonfruit - Drops in the Savanna, Savanna Plateau, Shattered Savanna, and Shattered Savanna Plateau biomes.
    • Chorus Fruit (Dragonfruit) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Dragonfruit) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    DARK OAK LEAVES:

    • Plum - Drops in the Dark Forest, and Dark Forest Hills biomes.
    • Chorus Fruit (Plum) - Drops in any End biome.
    • Netherfruit (Plum) - Drops in the Nether biomes.

    VINES:

    • Grapes (Purple) - Drops in the Jungle, Jungle Hills, Modified Jungle, Jungle Edge, Modified Jungle Edge, Bamboo Jungle, and Bamboo Jungle Hills biomes.

    Download & Installation:

    As the VOAT - FRUIT pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,




    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these fruit show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host VOAT - FRUIT on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these fruit on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


      1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
      2. Open .minecraft/saves/
      3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
      4. Depending on whether you're playing singleplayer or multiplayer, do one of the following:
        1. SINGLEPLAYER: Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
        2. MULTIPLAYER: Follow these instructions.

    1. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
    2. Drop “VOAT_FRUIT.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.

    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].


    Changelog:

    1.1: Updated for 1.16. Added a new icon to the resource pack.

    Posted in: Maps
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    posted a message on CHRONICLE - 27 New Book Variations in Vanilla Minecraft


    Overview:

    Ever want to sort through your books, but don't know how without tediously looking through every one of them? Do you ever wish sending mail in minecraft felt a little bit more genuine? Do you like to assign your own lore to various objects and write stories in the game, but get thrown off by how monotonous the books are?


    The Chronicle datapack is a Lightweight Datapack that simply adds in the small chance for Librarians to sell a handful of new trades. At level 1, your librarians will trade you one written book, and one dye, and will dye that written book for you; level 1 librarians also have a chance to trade for various Scrolls, and even Letters. When your librarians reach level 4, however, they can potentially unlock any of the special Tomes, or gold scrolls.


    These books function exactly like a Book & Quill, and, when signed, look like dyed enchanted books! This is because I figured I would rather give users the option to use a nice book & "tied" book texture, rather than having only a book & quill texture (not very usable) or the book texture. Functionally, though, again! These are just retextures of the Book & Quill & Written Books, sold by villagers, completely vanilla.


    Download & Installation:

    As the Chronicle pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,


    resources.zip


    chronicle.zip


    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these books show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host Chronicle on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these books on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


    1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
    2. Open .minecraft/saves/
    3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
    4. Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
    5. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
    6. Drop “chronicle.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.


    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].


    If you want to join the server in which I test these plugins, you can find more info here. All of my future plugins will be tested and implemented here at least 24 hours before public launch.

    Posted in: Maps
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    posted a message on CARAVAN - Lightweight Travelling Villagers Datapack

    Overview:

    Ever feel a little bit weird relocating villagers from their homes, but don't want to go through the tedium of curing zombie villagers?


    The Caravan datapack is a Lightweight Datapack that simply adds in the small chance for Wandering Traders to spawn as Caravans. Caravans consist of multiples of 3 villagers of regular biome types (desert, plains, taiga, snow, savanna), and occasionally a single swamp and/or jungle villager, all also riding trader llamas. Because of the feature of caravans already in the game, the trader llamas will follow the Wandering Trader.


    Download & Installation:

    The Caravan datapack only requires one file.

    Caravan.zip

    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these Caravans show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host the Caravans on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these Caravans on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


    1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
    2. Open .minecraft/saves/
    3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
    4. Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
    5. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
    6. Drop “Caravan.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.


    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].


    If you want to join the server in which I test these plugins, you can find more info here. All of my future plugins will be tested and implemented here at least 24 hours before public launch.

    Posted in: Maps
  • 1

    posted a message on Vanilla 1.14 - Mob Masks ; [Variations on a Theme - Masks]

    Overview:

    This is the second VOAT (Variations on a Theme) pack I'm releasing, where I take a theme I like of something already in the game, and expand it massively. This pack's theme is Masks.


    The VOAT - MASKS datapack adds in 87 new masks to minecraft, obtainable through villager trades using a new set of 6 wooden masks. Aside from the 6 wooden masks, every single mask is based off of a pre-existing mob in the game, and can be worn on the players head, put in an item frame, or put on any mob that is able to wear a helmet.


    This is an alternative to Heads; while less decorative, these masks have proper 3D models, 2 of which have animated textures, and have quite a bit of an interesting flare because of that compared to the uniform & inanimate playerhead item. Put them on your villagers to make for a more unique village, place them on your armourstands for general home decor, or mount them above your fireplace like you hunted them yourself. This pack is perfect especially for players who are tired of being constrained to having the same shape player model as everyone else, and just want a simple change to their appearance without anything overpowered or modded occuring.

    The Masks:

    To get yourself started, you'll want to enchant yourself a pair of fortune shears. The level of fortune determines the % chance that a wooden mask drops. To acquire a wooden mask, simply break stripped wood blocks with your fortune shears.


    Upon retrieval of a wooden mask, find any villager, and use a dispenser to put the mask on the villager. This will open up 1 of 9 sets of trades, depending on these 9 conditions:


    - If the Villager is in the Nether, it will become the Nether Mask Salesman.

    - If the Villager is in the End, it will become the End Mask Salesman.

    - If the Villager is a Cartographer, it will become the Travelling Mask Salesman.

    - If using an Oak Mask, the Villager will become the Oak Mask Salesman.

    - If using a Birch Mask, the Villager will become the Birch Mask Salesman.

    - If using a Spruce Mask, the Villager will become the Spruce Mask Salesman.

    - If using a Jungle Mask, the Villager will become the Jungle Mask Salesman.

    - If using an Acacia Mask, the Villager will become the Acacia Mask Salesman.

    - If using a Dark Oak Mask, the Villager will become the Dark Oak Mask Salesman.


    Each Mask Salesman sells a different set of Masks. Each [Wood] Mask Salesman requires their corresponding mask type as well as 4 emeralds for each Mask trade.


    A word of warning: The masks themselves are technically carved pumpkins. Attempting the right click function using a mask will place it as a carved pumpkin, and you will not be able to retrieve the mask. Unfortunately, there is no decent alternative or way around this, and this is simply the limitation put in place by the game as it is.

    Download & Installation:

    As the VOAT - MASKS pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,


    resources.zip

    VOAT_MASKS.zip

    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these masks show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host VOAT - MASKS on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these fruit on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


    1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
    2. Open .minecraft/saves/
    3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
    4. Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
    5. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
    6. Drop “VOAT_FRUIT.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.

    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my Minecraft tumblr account, where I post all of my new content.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].


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    posted a message on Vanilla 1.16 - 32 New Fruits ; [Variations on a Theme - Fruit]
    Quote from OktayYeniTR»

    can i use your chorus apple texture in my datapack?
    i will give credit


    This is a late response, but sure, feel free!

    Quote from ijelleeee»

    I want to use this pack on my own server, how do want to get the credit? because I dont have an website for my server yet.


    You could just put a click-through link in the chat for new players or something! Or somewhere in your discord server, if you've got one.

    Question: Does this work perfectly on 1.14.3 specifically? I'm using this on a private server, and I got a coconut and a orange, both using the starfruit texture. Very bizzare


    Edit: It seems to work fine on singleplayer.


    Weird! It should work perfectly fine on all versions of 1.14 & above. Not sure where your issue is coming from, & I'll try to poke around & see what I can do, but more than likely it's on Minecraft's part.

    Quote from Ridashippu»

    Hi. I love this. Thank you.
    Made an account just to say this.


    Thank YOU for your comment :-)

    Quote from DanMizu»

    you should post this to datapackcenter.com


    I'm not actually interested in doing that! I do love the fact that that site exists, but it's already a pain for me to juggle all the accounts I'm posting my stuff on.

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    posted a message on Vanilla 1.14 New Foods - Cornucopia

    Overview:

    The Cornucopia datapack adds in 8 new foods to minecraft, obtainable through the leaf blocks of various trees. Each of these foods give 5 points of hunger, and restores 6 hunger saturation, aside from the gall, which can be used as a substitute in potions for spider eyes. Additionally, the fig and peach items can only be found from Swamp Trees and Jungle Bushes, giving each of those a unique drop, finally, in the game, as well as allows sweet berries to drop from a leaf type detailed below.

    Fruit:

    The specific fruit are as follows:

    • Peach - Drops from Oak Leaves found in the Swamp or Swamp Hills biomes.
    • Fig - Drops from Oak Leaves found in the Jungle, Jungle Hills, Modified Jungle, Jungle Edge, Modified Jungle Edge, Bamboo Jungle, and Bamboo Jungle Hills biomes.
    • Green Apple - Drops from Oak Leaves found inany non-fig & non-peach biome.
    • Red Apple - Drops from Oak Leaves found in any non-fig & non-peach biome.
    • Wasp Gall - Drops from Dark Oak Leaves.
    • Plum - Drops from Dark Oak Leaves.
    • Pear - Drops from Birch Leaves.
    • Dragonfruit - Drops from Acacia Leaves.
    • Mango - Drops from Jungle Leaves.
    • Sweet Berries - Drops from Spruce Leaves.

    Download & Installation:

    As the Cornucopia pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,




    Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these fruit show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host Cornucopia on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these fruit on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process:


    1. Go to your .minecraft folder.
    2. Open .minecraft/saves/
    3. Select the world you wish to install the datapack in.
    4. Drop “resources.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/
    5. Go to .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks
      1. If the folder “datapacks” does not exist, create one.
    6. Drop “Cornucopia.zip” into .minecraft/saves/[YOUR WORLD NAME]/datapacks/

    And that’s the entire process! If you’re running a server, you may need to do a restart, but otherwise everything should be ready to go.

    Credit & Usage:

    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account.


    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].

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    posted a message on Better Double Slabs


    For 1.14, since we're getting a ton of new slabs, I created 3 versions of this resource pack, Better Double Slabs, which adds an incredibly helpful tool for builders to detail their builds with. Downloads near bottom.


    HOW IT WORKS:


    When Minecraft calls a block model into the world, it loads the model through a file specifying the blockstate of the model. Every slab has 3 blockstates: half=[top, bottom, double], and by default, the half=double file simply loads the base block (for instance, in blockstates/birch_slab, by default, the set model is "block/birch_planks"). I've customized these for every single slab, except for 4.


    Basically, when you put two slabs on top of eachother, you'll get a "new" block. This does not remove anything from the game, and is entirely additive in nature.


    VARIATIONS:


    I've created 3 variations of this resource pack, specifically to account for differences in preference. When I make resource packs, I try to make them as non-intrusive as possible, so that users can use other resource packs and have no issue with overwritten textures, and so that the changes to the models and textures will not heavily influence the appearance of your builds to people who are not using the resource pack provided. This is the reasoning behind the variations of the pack, which will be detailed below, in the Downloads section. The numbers in the above image are used to determine what variation will include them, with v1 including everything, v2 including everything except for the blocks labelled 2, and v3 including everything except the blocks labelled 2 or 3.


    WHAT CHANGES:


    Here is a full list of all of the changes to blocks that are included in this pack.


    Vertical Bricks - Bricks Slab

    Vertical Stone Bricks - Stone Bricks Slab
    Vertical Nether Bricks - Nether Bricks Slab
    Quartz Pillar End - Quartz Slab

    Rough Red Sandstone - Red Sandstone Slab

    Tiled Red Sandstone - Cut Red Sandstone Slab

    Smithing Bottom - Granite Slab

    Blast Furnace Top - Andesite Slab

    Vertical Red Nether Bricks - Red Nether Bricks Slab

    Divided Polished Andesite - Polished Andesite Slab
    Smithing Top - Diorite Slab

    Stonecutter Bottom - Stone Slab

    Rough Sandstone - Sandstone Slab

    Tiled Sandstone - Cut Sandstone Slab

    Furnace Top - Cobblestone Slab

    Vertical Mossy Stone Bricks - Mossy Stone Bricks Slab

    Divided Polished Diorite - Polished Diorite Slab

    Vertical End Bricks - End Bricks Slab

    Trimmed Smooth Sandstone - Smooth Sandstone Slab

    Vertical Oak Planks - Oak Planks Slab

    Vertical Spruce Planks - Spruce Planks Slab

    Vertical Birch Planks - Birch Planks Slab

    Vertical Jungle Planks - Jungle Planks Slab

    Vertical Acacia Planks - Acacia Planks Slab

    Vertical Dark Oak Planks - Dark Oak Planks Slab

    Purpur Pillar End - Purpur Slab

    Elder Prismarine - Prismarine Slab

    Elder Prismarine Bricks - Prismarine Bricks Slab

    Elder Dark Prismarine - Dark Prismarine Slab

    Divided Polished Granite - Polished Granite Slab

    Trimmed Smooth Red Sandstone - Smooth Red Sandstone Slab


    For all of these save for the Elder Prismarine, I was able to create models to give the desired effect, so, again, you can use whichever texture pack you want with these.


    As for the four "missing" blocks: I didn't include a special variation for smooth stone, because the double slab is already unique- replacing it would make it completely inaccessable. Similarly, I didn't include a special variation for petrified oak because there is no proper petrified oak block, only the double slab variation. As for mossy cobblestone and smooth quartz, I didn't include special double slabs for them simply because I could not think of any good ideas for them that could be done without implementing new textures to the game entirely, which, again, I try not to do unless fundamentally necessary.


    EXAMPLES:


    This wall of variations of sandstone does not use any new textures, but rather just some clever modelling.



    In this image, you can see the "tile" sandstone (cut sandstone double slab), "trimmed" smooth sandstone (smooth sandstone double slab), and "rough" sandstone (sandstone double slab). Again, this image would look fine without the resource pack, but this pack is all about giving builders the very subtle option to include these changes.


    You can also use this pack for variation in block palette, for instance here with these mossy stone bricks:



    Very easy, and very straight-forward.


    For one more application, lets see how the vertical planks could be used to enhance a house wall:



    Elegant, and very subtle.


    DOWNLOADS:


    Version 1: All assets. Uses custom textures to provide Elder Prismarines. Includes some blocks that may not look great for players without this pack, but are very nice blocks to have.


    Version 2 - NNT (No New Textures): Includes blocks labelled 1 and 3, AKA all blocks except Elder Prismarines. Includes some blocks that may not look great for players without this pack, but are very nice blocks to have.


    Version 3 - NNB (No New Blocks): Includes only blocks labelled 1, AKA the most no-resource-pack-friendly experience possible. You can build perfectly fine with this resource pack on servers, and while your detailing may go unnoticed to those without this pack, your builds will look fundamentally no different.


    CREDIT & USAGE:
    If you feature this content in a video of yours, or use it on a server, please credit me accordingly via linking to either the download page at Minecraft Forums, or to my twitter account.

    If you would like to donate to my continued efforts / help me stay afloat & able to eat & afford prescriptions & whatnot, you can donate to my paypal here or via my email, [email protected].
    Posted in: Resource Packs
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