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Aug 30, 2014I heartily approve of this! Regrettably I'm stuck in 1.6.4 because of the modding rift that 1.7 created, but I'll keep this in mind for when FTB packs finally make the jump. It's just so much more elegant and modern than most aesthetic storage, and it has all the ease of use I've come to enjoy from JABBA.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Aug 15, 2014Librari posted a message on [Oct 8] Coros Mods: ZombieAwareness for 1.10.2 with new improvementsHmm... I've been using Weather 2 on the Crash Landing FTB modpack, trying to get a setup where it's storming much more frequently and violently than normal, but there are actually calm periods sometimes. So far, I'm just getting constant storms. Those 'hurricanes' are sure fun to watch when they pick up iChun's Mob Dismemberment body parts lol! But the constant lightning is a bit much for my tendency to get headaches. D:Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Part of it might just be biome. The map's all Ocean in version 1.1.1 and earlier, and the area near the ship is all Ocean I think in 1.1.2 (but there's a new 'Dust World' biome for the rest of the world, not sure what biome type it registers as). But I'd like suggestions on how to tweak the config so I have frequent storms, but spread out between shorter calm weather.
Aug 15, 2014Librari posted a message on EnviroMine (DISCONTINUED) - A little bit of realism New physics, Temperature, Hydration and more!Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from NedellisI'm not a fan of "realism" mods...
Honestly, this mod it's not for me.
This is probably not the best way to start out a post providing suggestions on a realism mod. If you don't want realism mods, I'm really unsure why you're even here. EnviroMine is a realism mod to the extent that 'realism' is right there in the thread title. While some of your ideas would have merit if we all owned supercomputers, it's hard not to read the entire thing as a snarky, lambaste of a dismissal of something you never would have liked in the first place.
Aug 15, 2014Librari posted a message on EnviroMine (DISCONTINUED) - A little bit of realism New physics, Temperature, Hydration and more!Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from FunwayguyCamel packs in real life only carry about 3L of water and that is usually plenty for an average Minecraft day provided you don't spend too much time in hot areas sweating it all out (that's why Crash Landing makes the camel pack seem ineffective).
I've made a wiki about most of these things: https://github.com/Funwayguy/EnviroMine/wiki
It's still a work in progress but I'll update it from time to time and include any suggested information if need be.
Yeah, Crash Landing keeps you in a burning hot biome for a little over 10 real-time minutes of each Minecraft day. It should last through the day itself if it's filled before dawn, what people complain about is the fact that the camel pack never improves alongside water generation and storage technology in the modpack. Since it can't interact directly with blocks, they're stuck crafting it alongside water bottles to refill it. Now, plenty of people have posted solutions using Steve's Factory Manager to make automatic camel pack refill, but on long journeys it's definitely the same amount of work as when you start to put down a tank, refill 1-4 water bottles from it, and craft them together with the camel pack. Honestly, though, you only have to do it after extended periods, and you can even carry/refill multiple camel packs. As I said, I don't see it as a problem. Right clicking an armour piece has hard-coded functionality in Minecraft, so I'm sure it wouldn't be easy to implement an ability to refill off of fluid containers via right-clicking the item on them.
So according to the wiki, being out of direct sunlight does help with temperature? I have torches out most places, I should really lay down some glowstone and see if I can notice a temperature drop when I get far enough away from any doors/windows. :3 Oh, and a bathhouse. Definitely need some water to cool off in.
Aug 11, 2014Librari posted a message on EnviroMine (DISCONTINUED) - A little bit of realism New physics, Temperature, Hydration and more!It's not as easy to refill the camel pack in Crash Landing, which is where the tedium comes in. Because the player's ability to do many other tasks improves over time, but the camel pack does not, some players feel cheated by the lack of 'upgrade'.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Personally, I think it's fine as it is. You can make a drum pretty early on, this will hold enough water for very lengthy expeditions, and it's not so much trouble to plop it down once or twice a day and fill a stack of water bottles off of it.
How does hydration work with regards to the environment? What factors aside from day/night cycle and biome can affect the buildup/loss of heat? I don't notice any difference from shade/shelter, although I see something in the configuration for armour that can make a different effect in shade. I've also heard (but not been dumb enough to try) getting into water at night is unwise in cold biomes.
Aug 11, 2014Heya! Sorry if I've been absent/silent for a really long time. I haven't been able to play Minecraft the way I want to because of my older PC not being able to keep up with performance requirements. But I've really been enjoying some EnviroMine again thanks to the Crash Landing pack on FTB.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Did you ever add heat to glowstone in mod defaults? I remember pointing out the reasons why it made sense a long time ago, and someone in the Crash Landing thread was asking about whether or not it was a heat source.
Also thanks for that update to fix the issues with tracking stats after respawning. I've been looking forward to that coming down the pipeline.
Aug 11, 2014The deep tank controller needs to be on the bottom layer of the structure, in the centre of one of the sides.Posted in: WIP Mods
I actually just started using this mod after 'planning to play with it eventually' for quite some time. Toops, please come back soon! Cookies would like to nom you again, especially now :3
Aug 11, 2014Librari posted a message on [Oct 8] Coros Mods: ZombieAwareness for 1.10.2 with new improvementsI'm just going to post over here in addition to poking you on #TinkersConstruct and on the FTB Crash Landing thread. You are SoSexy™. Thanks for fixing the delicious but overdone scent entities with Forge fake players. I still haven't died, so no weather yet. But I'm sure it'll happen eventually. Either that or I'll survive so long I get bored and turn on the block destructive storms.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jun 23, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from PlurpWait, that was in response to the post above you wasn't it? I didn't read that one ^_ ^; feel free to ignore me.
Bingo. Here's a shortcut. And here's the relevant snippet:
Quote from Wolfcraftian
But that particular aspect bothers me, I don't buy an axe should take damage for the number of blocks (at most it should be a little bit extra just to account for a imagine width increase a larger tree would normally have) certainly not a metal one...
Jun 19, 2014If axes simply knocked a tree down, and then you still had to chop each wood block individually before being able to pick them up and use them, that would make sense. But that's not what the lumber axe, Treecapitator, Axe of the Stream, etc. do. What you are asking for is durability-free harvesting, which is not going to happen.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jun 19, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from antiempThis mod hurts the community, in my opinion.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but I wish you would at least provide reasons for such a provocative blanket statement. I know you're trying to be conservative so as to not start a pointless argument, but I would like to better understand your viewpoint.
Jun 18, 2014Librari posted a message on [1.6.X/1.5.2/Others]Pam's Mods - Feb 9th (I'm Back!)Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from ORabbit
I didn't say it was either mod's fault. I was simply asking for a little help, and hoping by chance that someone else had seen this before.
And don't try to dictate what other people should already know--everyone has to start somewhere and I have only dealt with a couple ID conflicts so far. I'm asking so I can learn. No need to patronize me.
Responding to negativity with negativity will only make the situation worse. Try a little honey next time, people are very unlikely to help you on forums if you come across as adversarial.
ID conflicts occur in Minecraft versions prior to 1.7 due to all blocks and items being stored as numerical values in a limited range of IDs. If two blocks have the same ID, Forge will halt the Minecraft process to prevent world corruption. You will need to go to the configuration file of one of the conflicting mods and change block IDs so they no longer conflict.
The 'Not Enough Items' miss by Chickenbones will report every single ID conflict at once, along with telling you all the unused block IDs, when it is present at launch. You can safely remove NEI after that if you don't want it, so it's a helpful tool.
The game won't crash, however, when item ID conflicts are present. Be sure to check your Forge logs whenever installing new mods.
Edit: Almost forgot. If you have already been playing in worlds with one of the mods, it is safer to change the IDs of the new mod. This is because the blocks of the older mod may already exist in your world, in the form of data stored as that conflicting block ID. Minecraft doesn't know to change the ID to keep the same block, so you could really end up breaking things.
Jun 15, 2014Librari posted a message on [1.7.10 - 1.8] littleMaidMob Final versions!!! Updated April 14, 2016Yep, back in the early days of maids I had this little robotic maid that followed me everywhere, placing torches and just keeping me company. I made sure she always had plenty of sugar and kept her safe from creepers.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jun 14, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from monkeybeeee1
im british pal and its dislexa
As someone who suffers merely from numeric dyslexia, you have my sympathy. I work with numbers every day, and it's a lot of extra work getting help with reading.
May 21, 2014...Oooooooorrrr maybe it doesn't. Derp.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I guess he didn't test it all that well before he compiled or something.
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