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.
We continue our journey through the Twilight dimensions with Skythern – a dark dimension with lots of levels and depth to it…
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Before we move onto the meat of this dimension, we have to see how to get there. As is custom in Minecraft, the dimension is accessed through a portal. The portal’s frame is made of Uvite Block, a block you craft by combining regular stone with Uvite fragments that drop from Uvite ore in Apalachia. To light the portal you need a special Twilight Clock, an item crafted by filling the entire 3×3 grid with regular clocks. Just hop in and you’re ready to go!
Mythril is the main ore of Skythern. It is necessary for crafting of Mythril blocks that are used to make the portal to Mortum, the next dimension. The armor set provides a higher jump height (5x) and negates fall damage, but is too expensive to be worth your time so it’s recommended that you just get enough for a portal and move on.
The Samek is the only neutral mob in Skythern, meaning it won’t attack you on sight, only if you shoot first (like Han). It’s quite strong and the loot isn’t good either, so it’s best if you just ignore it.
A Mythril Fiend is a hostile mob that spawns in Skythern. It’s the same size as the player, but has an extended head and what looks like swords in its hands. A fiend has a ton of health and does lots of melee damage.
Mythril Archers are a hostile ranged mob that spawns in Skythern. Like their Enchanted brothers, they will attack using a bow they carry around in their hands. Their attack is fast and vicious. They can spawn in packs, so be careful when engaging.
Mythril Golems are hostile mobs that spawn in Skythern. They have a TON of health. They can take a lot of time to kill even if you’re strong enough to do it. They do tons of melee damage and can spawn in dangerous packs that can easily overwhelm you. Unless you’ve got some seriously amazing equipment you should stay away from this one.
Advanced Cori is the face of death in Skythern. A more powerful version of the Weak Cori, like their names suggest, this creature will viciously annihilate you in one hit unless you’ve got some seriously amazing equipment. They attack fast and at a distance, making them almost invincible. Luckily they don’t have a lot of health, so if you can take one out quickly you might get out alive.
That’s it for today. Another update will soon folllow – we have lots more to cover! Stay tuned for the next edition of the Divine RPG Dimensional Travel Guide.
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.