DivineRPG is probably the biggest mod for Minecraft around. It adds magic, pets, bosses, over a 100 new mobs and most importantly 8 new dimensions and upgrades to the existing 3. Throughout this Dimensional Travel Guide we’ll take a look at each dimension and what it’s all about, starting with the upgraded vanilla dimensions.
As we continue our trans-dimensional journey we step into another vanilla world upgraded by the DivineRPG mod – the Nether! 2 new ores and 5 new mobs await inside…
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Bloodgem ore spawns very commonly in the Nether and drops one Bloodgem. Bloodgem equipment is the next logical step after the overworld equipment tiers.
Netherite ore is another common Nether ore. It drops one Netherite ingot upon breaking. You can also get lots of Netherite by killing The Watcher (a Nether boss).
The hell spider is a feisty hostile mob that can be very dangerous. It has all the abilities of a regular spider, except that it’s stronger and sets you on fire when it gets close, even ignoring fire resistance, making it extremely dangerous.
Nether bats are peaceful creatures that spawn in the Nether. They mostly fly around and do not attack even when provoked (this could be a bug since the mob doesn’t seem to have much use yet, and this is a beta).
A wildfire is a type of hostile Nether mob that attacks with ranged fire attacks. It will rapidly fire flaming arrows from its bow at you. The arrows set you on fire and deal tons of damage, so be careful.
Scorchers are purple, easy to spot hostile Nether mobs. They are very large and act a lot like blazes in that they have a ranged fire attack. They have a ton of health and fire at a fast pace, making them dangerous to take on without some serious equipment.
The King of Scorchers is a Nether boss that can be spawned using an Infernal Flame. He attack via fireballs that deal huge amounts of damage at you. He will either spit the fireballs at you or make them rain on you from the sky (or… roof, since this is the Nether). It drops Bluefire stones that can be used in combination with ice stones to create Angelic armor, a set of armor that lets you fly.
The Watcher is a Nether boss that can be spawned using a Call of the Watcher item. The Watcher is similar to a ghast in the way it flies around and spits explosive fireballs at you, except that The Watcher is way faster and its fireballs deal much more damage. Melee against him is impossible.
That’s it for this edition of the Divine RPG Dimensional Travel Guide, but stick around for the next edition.
If you’d like to try the mod yourself, you can get it here:
Download the DivineRPG mod here!
- Install the Forge API.
- Run Minecraft at least once.
- Put the mod’s .zip file in the mods folder located in your .minecraft folder.
- For any additional info, head to our big Mod Installation Guide.
- Ready to go! Enjoy.
Like always, feel free to leave any feedback you might have in the comment section below.
Version of mod reviewed: Beta V5.1 for Minecraft 1.6.4.