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Can you please make this 1.7.3 compatible? I AM tired of having my character eat the same thing, over and over! I've been waiting a while!
Q: What is ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: Where is ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: How do I install ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: Why did you link me that image? -A: Because you can't read. What part of "read this whole post" did you not understand? Q: Why does my game freeze on the loading screen? -A: The most likely answer is you forgot to delete META-INF, or your archive tool didn't want to delete it. Q: Why does my game black screen? -A: There are a number of reasons this could happen, the most likely is that you're trying to play alpha through the browser. Mods don't work with the browser version. I do not care about black screens. Get me the error log. Follow the instructions under the "Linux / Other" download on www.minecraft.net. This applies to all OS. Q: Do these mods work with [older version]? -A: No, they are designed for Minecraft 1.6.2. Q: The AudioMod description hurt my head, is there some kind of readme that explains it in better detail? -A: Not yet, so, in the meantime, feel free to contact me about it in IRC, and I will help. Q: How come 7z throws out "Not implemented" OR WinRAR gives me an error when I try to add stuff to the jar? -A: Update 7-Zip or close Minecraft. Q: How do I uninstall the mods? -A: You restore from a backup of minecraft.jar, and in case you didn't back it up, delete the version file in the bin folder, and Minecraft will redownload everything. Q: What does input == null mean? -A: You failed to read instructions, try again... Q: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: ...? -A: You failed to read instructions, try again... Q: java.lang.SecurityException: SHA1 digest error ...? -A: You failed to read instructions, try again... Q: java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid entry size? -A: Stop using that bad program and get a real one! Like 7-Zip or WinRAR! Q: java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class file? -A: Update java. On mac? Too bad. Q: java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: ______ : Unsupported major.minor version 51.0 -A: Either get JRE 7 or tell mod creator to not use JDK 7. Q: How can I best contact you? -A: In the channel #risucraft, on the esper.net IRC. Q: What if this FAQ doesn't solve my problem or answer my question? -A: Then you can post, or contact us, preferably on IRC.
cd ~ mkdir mctmp cd mctmp jar xf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar
rm META-INF/MOJANG_C.* jar uf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar ./ cd .. rm -rf mctmp
Quote from toompan »very nice mod you got there!
Hey guys! If anyone wants to come discuss the Aether mod, you can come over to the IRC channel #aethermod on esper.net. _303, Kodaichi and Shockah will also be there.
If you do not have an IRC client here is how to join the channel with your web browser:
1. Go to http://www.esper.net.
2. Click on "Chat now!" in the top right hand corner. This will go to another page with an input box which has "#" inside it.
3. Inside the input box, type in #aethermod and press connect.
4. The mibbit client will then request for your username, type it in.
5. Have fun chatting!
See you there!
New Images: Darts, Keys, Icestone!
Hey guys, I've been pretty busy lately with homework but I've still had enough time to work on the project. Lately I've been focusing less on the Aether mobs and more on the items/blocks. Check them out:
Golden Oak Leaves
Description: Golden Oak Leaves are the "Leaf" blocks of Golden Oaks. These trees are very tall and thick in comparison to Skyroots. They are made up of Skyroot Logs, Gilded Oak and Golden Oak Leaves. Additionally, these leaves have a very rare chance of dropping Saplings, and even Golden Apples.
Description: In some rare cases, Golden Oak trees can be found with Golden Orbs embedded into their trunk. These embedded logs are called "Gilded Oaks", and drop Golden Orbs upon breaking. These Golden Orbs are extremely useful for crafting particular items such as a Dart, a Compass, etc.
Located: Gilded Oak logs can be found in the center of Golden Oak trunks.
Description: Icestone blocks are cold in nature, and freeze all water around it as soon as it is placed. This is especially useful for quickly making bridges across rivers or oceans. Water source blocks are frozen into ice. Flowing water, on the other hand, simply disappears.
Located: Icestone can be found most commonly on the top of large floating mountains.
Description: Mossy Holystone has no specific use, but they are great building blocks and help to define the location of a Dungeon.
Located: Mossy Holystone can be found on the walls of Dungeons.
Description: Skyroot Saplings are very common drops from Skyroot Leaves. They allow you to regrow Skyroot trees.
Golden Oak Sapling
Description: Golden Oak Saplings are very rare drops from Golden Oak Leaves. They allow you to regrow Golden Oak trees.
Description: Ambrosium Torches act exactly the same as regular torches from the overworld. However, regular torches cannot be placed in the Aether because of a lack of oxygen. To rival this, players can craft torches out of Ambrosium to light their way through a house without any glass.
Crafting: Ambrosium Torches are crafted with Ambrosium Shards and Skyroot Sticks.
Description: Moas and their Eggs have been changed a lot since their initial announcement. For one, Moas now come in three different breeds: Orange, Blue (which can both be found naturally in the Aether) and Brown Moas (which can only be obtained by making a Blue and Orange Moa mate together). Moas can be initially tamed by feeding them Aechor Petals from Aechor Plants, which will stop them from despawning. However, in order to ride and fly them you must place a saddle on their back.
Mating works by having two Moas very close together and both feeding them one or more Aechor Petals. After one Minecraft day passes, one of the two Moas will spawn a particular Moa Egg depending on which types of Moas are breeding. Brown Moas have a dominant colour gene, which means if a Brown Moa mates with an Orange or a Blue Moa they will ALWAYS produce a Brown Moa Egg. If you breed two Orange Moas together they will produce an Orange Moa Egg, and visa versa. Moa Eggs no longer "capture" Moas like they initially did, and they are no longer cook-able into Scrambled Eggs. However, this ability will be re-added in a Leash item which can not only Leash Moas, but also Wolves (this means you can take your Wolf into the Nether or up in the Aether).
Bucket of Poison
Description: Buckets of Poison can be obtained by right clicking an Aechor Plant with an empty Skyroot Bucket. Aechor Plants are neutral unless you either attack them or steal their poison. If you provoke them, they will spit poisonous needles at your character. These needles are too weak to actually inflict any real damage, but they do distort the screen and make your character move in random directions, potentially throwing you off dangerous heights. Buckets of Poison can be used to enhance your Golden Darts in combat. Additionally, you can enchant Buckets of Poison into Buckets of Remedy, which make you temporarily immune to any poisonous projectiles.
Description: Dart Shooters are the "Aether" equivalents of Bows. However, unlike Arrows, Darts shoot in a straight direction and never fall down due to gravity. If a Dart hits the sky barrier or render barrier, it will simply disappear. This is extremely useful for making accurate shots on far-away mobs.
Crafting: Dart Shooters can be crafted with Skyroot logs and Zanite Gems.
Description: Golden Darts are the common projectiles used in Dart Shooters. They do slightly less damage than Arrows, but shoot in a straight line (thus, they do not get affected by gravity).
Crafting: Golden Darts can be crafted with Golden Orbs, Skyroot Sticks and Feathers.
Description: Poison Darts do the exact same damage as Golden Darts on impact, but they also make the targeted enemy move in random directions while doing small bursts of damage, which is especially useful for combating Aether mobs.
Crafting: Poison Darts can be made by mixing a Bucket of Poison with Golden Darts.
Description: Golden Orbs are very useful crafting materials for particular items such as Darts and a Portal Compass.
Located: Golden Orbs can be found embedded into some logs of Golden Oak trees.
Description: Aechor Petals are used primarily for taming and breeding Moas.
Located: Aechor Petals can be obtained by killing Aechor Plants.
Description: Bronze, Silver and Gold Keys can be used on Locked Chests found within dungeons. You will either get a common or rare unique item, depending on which key you use on the Chest.
Crafting: Keys can be obtained by killing dungeon bosses. You will either gain a Bronze, Silver or Gold Key depending on the difficulty of the boss.
New Enchanted Items
New Effect: Enchanted Darts deal more damage than Golden Darts.
Enchanting: One Ambrosium Shard can enchant two Golden Darts.
Blue Music Disk
New Effect: If you enchant a Music Disk (either green or gold), you end up with a blue Music Disk. This will have a special soundtrack dedicated to the Aether.
Enchanting: Five Ambrosium Shards can enchant one Music Disk.
Bucket of Remedy
New Effect: Enchanting a Bucket of Poison will reverse the effect and create a "remedy". Upon use, this remedy will make the player temporarily immune to all poison attacks.
Enchanting: Two Ambrosium Shards can enchant one Bucket of Poison.
Here are all the blocks and items I have to finish.
- Galestone -
- Flowvein -
- Floatsand -
- Aerwhale Nest -
- Locked Chest -
- Portal Compass -
- Aerwhale Bladder -
- Swet Drops -
- Leash -
- Gravitite Armour -
Enjoy and stay tuned!