I mean, what do you think it does? Do I really need to explain myself?
Anyways here's a few details,
- Allows for crafting and uncrafting of charcoal blocks
- Can be used as fuel
- What more do you want from me!
(Made as a helper mod for Skyfactory)
doesn't work for 1.16.3
Will this work for 1.16.2?
In reply to ameisen0:
In reply to TurkeyDev:
[18:30:18] [main/INFO] [STDERR/]: [org.multimc.onesix.OneSixLauncher:launchWithMainClass:200]: Caused by: net.minecraftforge.fml.loading.moddiscovery.InvalidModFileException: Missing License, please supply a license. (A+Block+of+Charcoal-1.2.jar)
In reply to wozat:
Should be fixed now!
e el minecraft se puede aser bloques de carbon
I am so confused, how does this mod work? I tried making a block of charcoal and ended up in the Abyssalcraft Omothol dimension while holding an Atomic Multiplier from the Calculator mod. I may have gotten... a bit lost.
In reply to MysticPillbug:
Do you think you'd be able to make a change to the ID of the block and have it be the same ID as the ordinary coal block but with a metadata of 1? Exactly like how charcoal is treated as a variation of coal by having the ID of 263:1 whereas coal is just plain 263:0.
In reply to Jumbocracky:
Meta data is no longer in the game and thus this is not possible to do.
In reply to Turkey2349:
Could this be doable for you for version 1.12.2?
No, sorry. I am no longer supporting 1.12.2
Was meta data still even around in 1.12? It's been a good while since they stopped using meta data for blocks I thought.
In reply to TwistedSisler:
As someone who spent years playing on 1.12.2 with mods (still playing) and never committing myself to newer versions because of the absence of mods, metadata are not only still here but... I think it has been such an inconvenience for many players that metadata was removed on *top* of mods not updating past of 1.12.2.
Turkey telling me that metadata isn't supported came as a shock to me. What else has been removed since Minecraft had been updating??
No disrespect, but I think you might be confused. Meta data was removed from Minecraft in the 1.8 release (I just looked it up), so it's been years. The reason for it's removal was that it caused more problems than conveniences. block ID numbers are no longer a thing and the ID's are simply the mod ID and the name of the block (Example: modid:block_name). This means that no other mod will ever conflict with any added item or block because the ID for it will always be different. That's why they created things like tags and the ore dictionary. It makes it easier to make a block from one mod work in the same recipes as other mods. If you are a modder, you should understand why these changes are way more beneficial than the outdated (and just plain flawed) meta data system was.As far as no mods for post 1.12.. Not sure what you even mean there, there are 158 pages of mods just for 1.15 alone and 20 mods per page.. I'll let you do the math there, but I currently have a 1.15.2 modpack with over 200 mods installed. I would highly recommend updating solely for the drastic performance improvements to Minecraft in those versions alone. Sure there are some good mods that are still working on updating past 1.12 as the code has changed so much that some of the more complex mods have to be remade from scratch, but that's just the nature of modding and no one's fault.
thx now i can make a easy way to get a good feul in endgame cause coal is not a good fuel to use in minecraft charcoal is alot better
Why does this mod change the iron ore smelting recipe?
In reply to SkylorBeck:
It doesn't? The block is smeltable, so it can be used as a fuel source to smelt the iron ore
Check the recipe folder. There's an entry for Iron ore smelting into Iron bars in there.
it appears to try to double the ingots, which doesn't work in vanilla minecraft as well as increase the xp past it's limit and increase cook time to 1.5x the normal. It also calls "smelting" instead of "minecraft:smelting" which might be why it went unnoticed.
Hmmmm, interesting. Definitely not supposed to be there. Thanks for letting me know.