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Imagine stepping through a portal into a twilight realm, filled with trees as far as they eye can see. Breathtaking vistas and amazing discoveries await you around every corner. But beware! Not all denizens of the forest respond to your intrusion lightly.
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The Amazing Pokemon Mod for Minecraft!

Please note: Pixelmon requires the 64-bit version of Java. You can download it from: http://java.com.

by Shinoow
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In the world of Minecraft you have 3 dimensions, the Overworld, the Nether and the End. The Overworld is the place where you live, the Nether is the hellish place where you get materials used later, and the End is where you fight the Ender Dragon. One thing in particular that isn't defined in Minecraft is a world of the dead (you could essentially call the Nether a world of the dead, as that world contains a large amount of dead things among the other burning entities), the Underworld, the Abyss, and that's where this mod kicks in, by opening the gates of a world composed of death, a place where the absence of life has let a darkness take over what might've been a peaceful place. 

What my mod gives you is the opportunity to go beyond death (while still being alive), by crossing between 3 dimensions placed on top of each other like layers (where each one takes you further down into the darkness). These dimensions are the Abyssal Wasteland, the Dreadlands and Omothol. The Abyssal Wasteland contains more "regular" dead beings (skeletons, zombies, ghouls, spectral dragons, cudgel-wielding skeleton goliaths), and a boss who is the reanimated remains of a long dead dragon, brought back to life through the use of a altar. The Dreadlands contains mutated demonic abominations (and a large three-headed behemoth, guarding the component required to advance to the last dimension). Omothol is the final dimension, and also the one that is currently incomplete. Inside Omothol you can face the ancestral breed of the ghouls found in the Abyssal Wasteland, not to mention the evil demon who guards the Abyss (who currently also is incomplete). From one perspective, you could say Omothol is the most friendly dimension among the three, with it's inhabitants of nameless beings willing to trade goods with other life forms capable of making it this far (but if you were to, say, hit one, you will suffer the wrath of them).

Now, enough about the dimensions added by the mod. In the Overworld you will find 6 new biomes, the Darklands (could count as a more evil version of the regular biomes, with a plains version, a forest version, a more elevated version, a mountain version and the regular, which is a mix between a forest and the plains) with it's purple terrain and nightly undead population (among the regular Overworld entities that appear during night). Then there's the Coralium Infested Swamp, which is a Swamp converted by the influences of Coralium (a element commonly found in the Abyssal Wasteland). In this biome you can entities made out of antimatter (which can be found in liquid form here, very lethal), who explodes if they collide with their normal counterparts, thus following the antimatter principle.

In mob ways, this mod offers a large quantity of undead mobs, with the exceptions of the living shadows and the anti-mobs. Among these are the Depths Ghouls, found in Darklands biomes, any Swampland or Ocean, and within the Abyssal Wasteland. Then there's the Abyssal Zombie, which is a new breed of Zombies made through interactions with the Coralium Plague. Abyssal Zombies are hostile towards normal Zombies (as they kill them to spread the plague even further), and can be found within the same biomes as the Depths Ghouls (apart from these also spawning in the End). There are a lot more entities, and quite frankly it would take a lot of text to cover all of them here. A bit further down I will explain a way to easier obtain this information.

In block ways, you can find 7 new stone types, among them Darkstone (found in the Darklands), Abyssal Stone (found in the Abyssal Wasteland), Abyssalnite Stone and Dreadstone (found in the Dreadlands), Omothol Stone (found in Omothol) and Coralium Stone (created by pouring Liquid Antimatter on Liquid Coralium, found in the Abyssal Wasteland). There are also 2 new types of wood, called the Darklands Oak and the Dreadlands Tree, found in their respective locations. There is also a lot of new ores added, among them the Abyssalnite Ore (found in the Darklands and inside the Dreadlands), Coralium (found inside ocean biomes, swamps and the Abyssal Wasteland in many different forms), and Nitre (found in any Overworld biome), which doesn't have that much of a use yet. There are also "abyssal" versions of regular ores found in the Abyssal Wasteland (most regular Overworld ores except redstone and coal, Tin, Copper and Nitre).

In item ways, you can find anything from tools and armor to flesh made from antimatter. There are Armor sets and Tools for each new material added (Abyssalnite, Refined Coralium, Dreadium, Ethaxium), some special sets for each material (apart form Ethaxium) which requires additional materials. You can find a range of new foods, among them Fried Eggs, Food on A Plate (you can create Iron Plates and put regular food on them to amplify it), MRE (meal ready to eat), various types of flesh dropped from the mobs (which is very unhealthy).

Among the items is also the Necronomicon, which is the information book for this mod. A Necronomicon can be crafted by surrounding a Book with Rotten Flesh (but place a Iron Ingot in the bottom and top right slot). In each dimension, you can empower the Necronomicon by surrounding it with a piece of flesh from a mob found there, which unlocks new knowledge in the book. The Necronomicon is currently under development, but it has information that covers the mod progression and information on materials found in each dimension. Later on you will be able to cast spells with it, and perform rituals in order to obtain certain things (or summon beings from beyond).
 

Mod includes:

 

 

  • 5 new types of stone, called "Darkstone" (It's 20% stronger than regular stone), "Abyssal Stone" (generates within The Abyssal Wasteland, "Dreadstone", "Abyssalnite Stone" (generates along with Dreadstone in The Dreadlands), and "Coralium Stone" (created from pouring Liquid Antimatter on Liquid Coralium). All of the stones have brick equivalents.
  • New tools, 5 types so far, Darkstone, Abyssalnite, Coralium infused abyssalnite (2x the stats of abyssalnite with special abilities), Refined Coralium and Dreadium.
  • 6 new type of armor, Abyssalnite, Coralium Infused Abyssalnite, Dreaded Abyssalnite, Refined Coralium, Plated Coralium, Depths, Dreadium and Dreadium Samurai.
  • 7 new overworld biomes, called "Darklands", "Darklands Plains", "Darklands Forest", "Darklands Highland", "Darklands Mountain", "Coralium Infested Swamp" and "Coralium Infested Ocean".
  • New mobs, so far 16, the "Depths Ghoul", the "Abyssal Zombie", the "Evil Pig" (a hostile pig that looks like a normal one), the "Spectral Dragon", the "Skeleton Goliath", the "Shadow Creature", the "Shadow Monster", the "Shadow Beast", the "Demon Pig", the "Abyssalnite Golem", the "Dreaded Abyssalnite Golem", the "Dreadguard", the "Dread Spawn", the "Dreadling", the "Spawn of Cha'garoth" and the "Fist of Cha'garoth".
  • A new trader mob, called the "Remnant". They spawn in the 3rd dimemsion, but can also be created by pouring Liquid Antimatter on a Villager.
  • 11 "Anti-mobs", including the "Abyssal Anti-Zombie", the "Anti-Bat", the "Anti-Chicken", the "Anti-Cow", the "Anti-Creeper", the "Anti-Ghoul", the "Anti-Pig", the "Anti-Player", the "Anti-Skeleton", the "Anti-Spider" and the "Anti-Zombie". All Anti-mobs explode if the collide with their normal counterpart (except the Anti-player).
  • 4 boss mobs (known as "Asorah, The Fallen", "Cha'garoth, The Dreadbeast", "Sacthoth, Harbringer of Doom" and "J'zahar, Gatekeeper of The Abyss"). J'zahar currently isn't complete, while the others have been fully implemented (but Asorah could use a few small improvements).
  • A new dimension, The Abyssal Wasteland, a dimension filled with undead monsters, where you can find abandoned strongholds with the use of "Powerstone Trackers". There's a boss here called "Asorah, The Fallen" who can be summoned through an altar made from various materials.
  • A second dimension, called The Dreadlands, a desolate red dimension filled with Abyssalnite Golems and Dreaded Abyssalnite Golems, who constatly fight each other. There's also numerous Dread-plagued monsters found here, along with the Dreadguard, who guards the fortress of Cha'garoth in the Dreadlands Mountains.
  • A third dimension, called "Omothol", a realm consisting of structures built on floating islands, where you'll face "J'zahar, Gatekeeper of The Abyss". This dimension is currently a work in progress, so currently only the islands generate, without buildings nor mobs.
  • 14 new ores, known as Abyssalnite, Coralium, Nitre, Abyssal Coralium, Pearlescent Coralium, Liquified Coralium, Abyssal Iron, Abyssal Gold, Abyssal Diamond, Abyssal Tin, Abyssal Copper, Abyssal Nitre, Dreaded Abyssalnite And Dreadlands Abyssalnite. The first 3 are found in the overworld (Nitre appears anywhere, Abyssalnite appears in the Darklands biomes and Coralium appears in Coralium Infested Swamps and ocean biomes), the 9 after are found in The Abyssal Wasteland (first dimension), and the final 2 are found in The Dreadlands (the second dimension).
  • The "Oblivion Deathbomb", a heavily engineered explosive that can destroy anything except bedrock (and which spawn "Sacthoth, The Habringer of Doom"). The ODB (shortened version of the name) has a core which can also be used as a fairly strong explosive (stronger than tnt).
  • 3 new Machines (called the "Crystallizer", the "Transmutator" and the "Engraver"). The Crystallizer can convert elements into crystal, while the Transmutator can transmutate various elements (and also convert crystals back into base components). The Engraver can be used to engrave blank coins (crafted by placing ingots in a plus sign formation, with a piece of flint in the middle).
  • 2 new trees (called the "Darklands Oak", and "Dreadlands Tree"). The Darklands Oak is found in various Darklands biomes, while the Dreadlands Tree is found within the Dreadlands Forest biome, located in The Dreadlands.
  • 4 new enchantments, "Coralium", "Dread", "Light Pierce" and "Iron Wall". The Coralium and Dread enchantments applies Coralium/Dread plagues on hit. The Light Pierce enchantment functions like Smite/Arthropods/Sharpness, but against Shadow Mobs. The Iron Wall enchantment negates any knockback delivered from attacks.
by Noppes
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This mod adds a set of tools to create npcs with different roles/jobs and other functions. It gives Creative Players a way to liven up their world with fully Customizable NPCs.
by iChun
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  • This mod adds a way for the server to calculate the number of deaths a player has (since its installation).
  • It will also notify the player of the death count and ranking on the server (Configurable)
  • It can also save deaths for a single session or export deaths to a Text file.
  • Also has leaderboards!

 

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Adds large dungeons to the world. Look for the entrance with a ladder leading down surrounded by a cobblestone pattern.
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This modification makes 'shining' items (default: Torch, Glowstone, Glowdust, Lit Pumpkin, Redstone, Lava Bucket, powered Minecart) illuminate everything around them if,

  1. The player has them equipped. (In Hand/Armor).
  2. They are dropped on the ground.
  3. Another player has them equipped in Multiplayer.

On top of that, burning Entities shine light, and Creepers about to explode light up!

You may add any Item ID you wish as shiny item, via the settings file. Also supports armor items!

 

  • Rewritten from scratch to be a FML Coremod for Minecraft 1.4.2, requires Forge
  • Boosted efficiency A LOT, I'm positive it cannot be done any better now
  • Dynamic Lights is now modular! See readme!
  • Configuration files for Dynamic Light modules can now be found at /config/
  • Global toggle Button can now be configured via Controls Menu.

 

Toggle button InGame:

 

The key is "L". You can turn all dynamic Lights on/off with it. The button can be rebound using the ingame options.

 

There is no limit to the number of lights you can create, note however they are fairly FPS-costly. You can disable modules to obtain better FPS!

 

I recommend using Optifine for replacing Notch's funky render code with slightly less funky rendering code.

 

The mod works in Multiplayer, yet is clientside, it cannot lag servers. Note however 'dropped' light sources will not necessarily prevent Mobs from Spawning, and neither will your handheld light.

 

Note: DO NOT INSTALL THE COREMOD ON SERVERS! It will crash on load.

How the config syntax works:

 

[DynamicLights_thePlayer, DynamicLights_dropItems and DynamicLights_otherPlayers configs]

 

Possible Setups:

  • X := simple ID X, wildcards metadata
  • X-Y := simple ID X and metadata Y
  • X-Y-Z := simple ID X, metadata range Y to Z
  • A-B-C-D := ID range A to B, meta range C to D

 

There is a default value used as "setting", you can specify one by appending "=x" to the ID part.

Valid Entry examples:

50

Torch BlockID, 50, will use the default light value (15).

 

35-* (equals 35)

Wool BlockID, covers all wool metadata/colors.

 

35-2=12

Wool BlockID, 35, magenta subtype (meta 2), will use a light value of 12.

 

35-2-5

Wool BlockID, accepts metadata range [2..5].

 

314-317-*-*=15

Item ID range [314..317] covering golden armor, wildcarded meta/damage which means any value goes.

Also unnecessarily specifying the default light value of 15, you could leave =15 out aswell.

 

You can also substitute block/item IDs with their untranslated String values, useful for mod items.

tile.cloth is the same as 35, so tile.cloth-2-5=10 is valid.

item.helmetGold-item.leggingsGold-*-* is valid too.

 

Values that cannot be mapped to anything will be logged and ignored

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This mod completely removes the random aspects of the enchantment table and allows you to pick what enchantments YOU want on your items! This mod also has support for non vanilla enchantments!
by Kroeser
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This mod basically adds various evil things to Minecraft, from everything such as little flying monster that will follow you around and try to poison you, to bottles that allow you to store and control the weather.
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The Sound Filters mod is a client-side mod which adds some filters to sounds. As of now, it filters sound in 3 ways: reverb in caves, muted sounds when underwater/in lava and muted sounds when the sound source is behind a wall.

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