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Dec 27, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Reika, know this. There is at least one "well armed" person in the US that would consider you a friendly
Started playing minecraft again a few days ago. I will not move on from 1.7.10 unless Rotarycraft does, and I am quite content if it does not.
Thanks for all the time you have put into your mods!
Reika's mods did indeed make it really damn hard to move on to the newer versions
That and Thaumcraft. 1.7.10 was great.
Oct 31, 2017 Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Sep 11, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I believe we're all waiting (quasi-patiently) for TLJGames to release a new version that provides better JEI support. I think At which point all will become clear with respect to fuels.
Jun 29, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Cause he left us with nothing, just because he can. For sure he could do anything with it - this is his mod, his IP. But it is a little rude to minecraft community. He could allows some one to update it(I'm not talking about new features development) to new versions of Minecraft - it will be enough for almost every one, and in this case it will be, as you said, the same "real Thaumcraft". Instead of it this mod will be buried alive, like many others.(
Its never rude to stop giving ridiculous amounts of charity.
Anyone who wants to take the time can go ahead and make a new Thaumcraft. By giving someone permission to edit his source code, he's giving away something very precious. I'm not even talking about creative discretion or intellectual property. Anyone who's ever developed in a closed-source environment for a living understands what I'm talking about.
Its not something to be undertaken lightly. If the mod, as you say, gets buried alive, that's not rude: its just how it is.
May 26, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
In short: Yes, but the conclusion is not positive. In more detail:
This is pretty much what I'm looking for, thanks kindly. I'll assume the threads (4-9 months old) still reflect your current position.
May 25, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Greetings folks. I've been out of the convo for a while. Can anyone get me up to speed on Reika's current disposition towards a 1.10 or greater port?
Due diligence: I reviewed post#1 and the FAQ prior to inquiring.
May 23, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Sad days. Worst news in modded minecraft history ever.
Uh, no pressure though. Thanks for everything you've given the MC universe azanor, take some time to see what's going on outside your home office. Did you know Trump got elected american president??? Srsly!
May 4, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Hm. I may have made a mistake. Let me double check - So far I like everything else about the mod!
Edit: Ah, you're right. I see the positive (although string is more annoying to get than fish). I'd still like to modify it as it doesn't really seem like it's currently worth the effort.
From the dev's perspective, it would be simplest to alter the bait recipe so that it required less fish.
Fortunately, if it helps, you can do this yourself via minetweaker I believe, especially if you're playing solo.
May 4, 2017Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Can anyone tell me what the point is in having the water traps if they take one bait per catch, and the bait is made with fish?
You're basically catching 3 fish and using a string with them to stick in a trap that will net you 3 fish over approximately 7 1/2 minutes. What's the point? Can we modify it so that it catches more fish per bait?
IIRC, unless something changed, its 3 fish per 4 bait. Granted, a small fraction of what you catch (particularly frogs and shelled creatures) don't work for further bait recipes, but its still net-positive.
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