Quote from Fairlane_Fox
I'd honestly like to make some suggestions, but they would be more for a "scarcity" version for HarvestCraft. Someone previously asked about removing seeds from grass drops cause he thought you could find them in the world in general.(speaking of, hes right above me ) But it kinda gave me an idea for some suggestions. Maybe have a Scarce version, where all seeds/raw foods that cant be found naturally growing, can be found by trading with villagers, or found in dungeon/mineshaft chests. I'm not positively sure if items can be added to villager trade systems but i just thought this would be a cool idea to try to throw out there. I feel its better than just mowing a field and having all the seeds.
Also, I wanted to know if there was a way to change the hunger-fill amount and saturation of some of the foods in your mod in a config or something? I just feel its out of place when an apple fills 2 hunger bars and all the other fruits only fill half a bar and lasts only 5 seconds. I wouldn't mind being able to bump up the rest of the tree fruits to better fit
Or what about in the scarce version, you have to domesticate the stuff that isn't growing wild from wild versions of the crops? But that would require a bunch of new items and blocks for these wild crops.
Perhaps when you find a crop you have to domesticate, it will drop a useable item (perhaps it won't be as filling or useful as the domesticated version, or maybe its toxic), and some seeds. The seeds could be planted to grow more of the wild crops, but, growing the wild crops could have a chance of dropping the seeds of the domesticated version, with the chance increasing over time. Some crops will domesticate easier than others. However, the wild versions of these crops should be fairly rare, but, some are more common than others. Perhaps some will be biome specific.
Perhaps some wild plants could domesticate into multiple forms, such as for Wild Cabbage, it could domesticate into Kohlrabi, Brussel Sprouts, Kale, Cauliflower, Cabbage, and Broccoli.