Welcome back to our Aether II guide. In this final part of the guide we take a look at the hardcore meat of The Aether II mod - the dungeons. While the first Aether mod had 3 different dungeon types, Aether II currently only has the one, though very complex and huge. Take a closer look…You're currently reading the “Dungeons” portion of this Aether II guide.
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.
Late yesterday, Mojang held a very important discussion on Ester IRC. Famous modders from the Minecraft community joined and discussed the API with the recently hired ex-Bukkit developers at Mojang. They discussed how it would work and what it would do, etc. This is great news for you, the ordinary user that likes mods, and I'm here to explain why without too much complicated coder talk.
Even though the modding team behind the original Aether mod already announced they are working on a sequel, The Aether II, many fans have been requesting they update the original mod to 1.2.5. so that it can be enjoyed during the long wait for its sequel. Now, to great praise from fans, the team has announced they will do just that, and you can expect it this week!
Welcome back to our guide, Aether fans! This time we take a look at the equipment this fantastic mod adds. There are four new equipment types in the mod: rings, pendants, gloves and capes. For more on each, read on…You're currently reading the “Equipment” portion of this Aether II guide. Click on any of the following to view the rest: Getting Started - Mobs - Terrain - Equipment - Dungeons To start, here are the equipment types covered (click on the name to view the type): Rings Pendants Gloves Capes Rings Let's start with rings.
We have seen many minimap mods for Minecraft during the beta days which all just slowly disappeared. Rei's Minimap mod however, has not been phased out, and is going stronger than ever, being one of the first mods to be updated the last few updates. Let's see what this very high-profile mod has to offer.