Stargates In Vanilla Minecraft was a command creation initially released for Minecraft 1.9 and since then has updated to 1.10 and 1.11.
Now stargates is available for Minecraft 1.15 and up thanks to Kalandor0101, who ported the entire system to a datapack. Zenith Corps takes no credit for this port, but we are more then happy to work with Kalandor0101 to upload this amazing port.
Check out Kalandors Planet Minecraft: https://www.planetminecraft.com/member/kalandor/
How to Use:
Please not that the video below is for Stargates 3.0 and does not fully apply for Kalandor1010's port (Stargates 3.1). When creating a gate in 3.1, use Red Concrete instead of Red Terracotta (Red Stained Hardened Clay). As well please follow the instalation instructions below.
Also note that there is a different address calculator used in 3.1.
Unfortunately Curseforge does not allow for exe files to be uploaded so I have provided a link to Mediafire to download it
SG Cheveron Calculator Download:
Make sure the module is in your spawn chunks.
To install the stargates 3.1 datapack, navigate to your minecraft saves folder located \AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves\<WorldNameHere>. If this is on a server, use the server's world save folder instead. Open the folder of the world you wish to use stargates in and copy the datapack folder into the world folder. After you can either put the resources.zip into the world folder as well, or into the resourcepack folder. (Note that on a server, all players must download the resourcepack) Once the files have been copied, start Minecraft and enter the world. Type the command /reload to install the datapack. You should see a message in chat telling you that Stargates 3.0 has been successfully installed. (Please note that you must have cheats enabled in the world, or be OP on a server to install the datapack)
You're all set. Remember to check out Kalandor0101's Planet Minecraft.
To install the creation, open the .zip file and copy resources.zip and the folder called structures into your world folder or \AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves\<WorldNameHere>.
when that is done, open the world and place a structure block in the world (To get a structure block, do the command /give @p structure_block) set it to load and load StargateMain. When the structure is created click the button with the sign saying "Add Scoreboard Objectives"
Everything is now running. I hope you enjoy.
The stargates module will run lots of commands and slow down your game greatly. To fix this there are some basic commands and internal functions of the module you can run.
/gamerule commandBlockOutput false -Prevents command logs from appearing in the chat.
/gamerule logAdminCommands false -Stops the commands from appearing in a server console or crash logs.
Use the button labeled Toggle Stargate Rotation Amount to reduce the detail of a stargates rotation. (Can greatly reduce lag)
/gamerule randomTickSpeed 0 -Stops certain tasks from running (Not recommended for survival mode)
/gamerule doFireTick false -Stops fire from burning objects (Not recommended for survival mode)