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I played with this for a while (just for fun though(dont use it on a server(It's still unfair compared to the other players))). I used a x-ray texturepack which you can just put in your texturepack in .minecraft or directly through minecraft itself. StrongestCraft : http://resourcepack.net/category/x-ray-resource-packs/ I hope this helped. Edit Since ...


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This is actually a very good question. "Note" You should have the latest version of Java installed before trying this as you need that to play minecraft. For the client version First you download and run your 'regular minecraft' at least once. This ensures that your .minecraft folder has been made (if you dont know what that folder means, its the folder ...


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Minecraft Forge is a modding API (Application Programming Interface), which makes it easier to create mods, and also make sure mods are compatible with each other. The method that you are trying to use, by deleting META-INF and placing the files is not the way to install mods anymore. The new Minecraft launcher prevents modification of the actual game ...


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Endermen wreck stuff, and can be the bane of existence for modellers...and everyone else. More games need to allow users to customize the game to their liking, so users can have fun how they want to. So, very good answers above, that 100% answer the question of how to remove specific mobs, especially Endermen, from the game. But, what about solutions for ...


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No there different things crazy craft is crazy not normal then minecraft


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You can also use (in the newest Minecraft snapshots) this command blocks. You make a clock and place a command block to the side of the redstone, with this command. /kill @e[type=Enderman] He kills every Enderman in the game.


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When you remove a mod and load a world that used parts of it it should pop up a message saying Ids are missing and bad things might happen and the like. But you should be able to continue on and actually load the world... All the blocks that no longer are understood are instead changed into air blocks.. I have had a few interesting results doing this not on ...


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There's a built-in server command to stop the picking-up blocks portion. Type this in the server window, if you're running the server: gamerule mobGriefing false Or type this in the game chat window, if you're an op (or single-player, I believe): /gamerule mobGriefing false This will also stop Creeper explosions from damaging blocks. ...


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Yes. There are mods to completely remove Endermen and others that disable their ability to pick up blocks.


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Maybe this Youtube video can help you. Its a walkthough of The Mysterious Library.


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Looks like I already found the answer. The Concussive Shot's damage was changed in C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Mass Effect 3\BIOGame\DLC\DLC_UPD_Patch02\CookedPCConsole\default.sfar where I extracted the analogue to the original Coalesced.bin (DLC_UPD_Patch02.bin). Guess I will have to look through the DLC files in the future if a power (or any ...


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I'm not sure about using old jars and the version directory, but I do know this - there is a way to run the old Minecraft.exe in such a way that it downloads to a specific directory - this was originally designed to that one could place a valid Minecraft installation on his or her thumb drive or other removable media and run it from there. Also out there is ...


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You can enchant an item that is normally not enchantable with a couple of methods. One way is to use an anvil and an enchanted book in creative mode. In creative mode, the game ignores the normal rules of what can and cannot be enchanted. You can also do it using commands with NBT data embedded within it. The format for the /give command is as follows: ...


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If the mod is using Minecraft Forge(Downloadable here), or ModLoader(able to be used with Forge), yes it is usable on multiplayer since Minecraft 1.3. Forge can be installed using the following instructions: Step 1 Download Forge from the link above. Use (Installer). Step 2 Fill in the folder and click "OK" Step 3 The installer will install some ...


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Of course there is no way to know 100% that your save game is not corrupted after modifying a savegame, but I have had multiple Estus after modding my save multiple times and never have had a problem with it. It is to note that the game considers different Estus to be different items from one another. When you upgrade your estus, your +1 estus gets deleted ...


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No they are not the same thing. Crazy Craft is a whole bunch of mods that do all sorts of crazy things. OreSpawn is a single mod used as the "base" of Crazy Craft because of the number of awesome mobs that it has (along with other things). In other words, they took the OreSpawn mod, threw about 50 mods on top, and called it Crazy Craft. This is good. This ...



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