Ender IO is a full-featured tech mod. It has armor, tools, weapons, machines, conduits, inventory management, mobs, etc.
This is the zoo module that contains all the mobs. (see below)
This addon can be used with both the modular installation or the monolithic installation of Ender IO. When used with the modular installation, it requires only the base module. (This means that you don't need the machines and conduits if you only want the mobs.)
- Applied Energistics 2 (ME conduits)
- Open Computers (OC conduits)
- Refined Storage (RS conduits)
- Tinkers Construct
The Mobs of Ender IO Zoo
Enderminies spawn in forested or swampy areas in small groups . They are friendly little guys with a particular dislike for creepers. Despite their diminutive stature they pack a nasty punch if provoked. They will defend their nearby brethren and have a chance to teleport away when hit. On death they will drop Ender Pearls and/or Ender Fragments. Ender fragments can be combined to create an ender pearl or used in the creation of the charges.
Fallen Knights have returned to recontest long lost battles. The can be found armed with either swords or bows, though have been known to prefer the sword when engaged in close range fights. Generally found in the open plains on the site of a past battles they will often be mounted on their undead steeds.
These fearsome mounts are only found when being ridden by a Fallen Knight. A mounted knight is a foe to be feared as it is charges at great speed towards its foes. A mounted archer presents a different challenge, retreating when ever possible to stay out of melee range while raining arrows on its target.
The Concussion Creeper makes no holes and kills no foes, but beware the headache.. They can drop gunpowder, confusing powder or ender fragments.
The Wither Witch has discovered the secrets of the Wither, gaining the knowledge required to brew the most evil of potions. While their methods are unknown, slaying one of these evil creatures may gain the victor the means to create the potions for themselves.
Wither Witch's Cat
Companions of Wither Witches these cute little guys tend to get a little angry and aggressive if you pick a fight with their owner.
Dire Wolves are found in small packs in snow covered forests. The will tend to ignore visitors to their realm, but do not venture too close to these powerful beasts.
Owls are found in warmer forests and along rivers. They particularly enjoy eating spiders and watching the world from a high vantage point. Their eggs can be used to brew Potions of Rising.
Ender Infected Zombies
The Endermen have left The End and are infecting more and more parts of Minecraft. Not only can they now be found in The Nether, they also managed to infect a small number of zombies. Be aware of the weird teleportation powers of these zombies.
Harvesting Grains of Infinity seems to have awoken the forces of nature. Strange blobs of darkness are rising from the bedrock below.
Enchantments and Potions
Ender Zoo adds the Withering (applied to bows), and Decay (applied to swords) enchantments enchantments. When a target is hit with these weapons they receive the withering effect for five seconds.
With Ender Zoo installed it is also possible to make
- Potions Of Decay using the Withering Powder dropped by Wither Witches.
- Potions of Nausea can be made using Confusing Powder, dropped by Concussion Creepers.
- Potions of Rising using owl eggs
Blocks and Items
Ender Zoo adds three new varieties on 'TNT", Confusing Charge, Ender Charge and Concussion Charge. When detonated the confusing charge causes all players in its blast range to suffer from the 'confusion' effect. The closer the player is to the blast the longer the confusion lasts. This has no effect and mobs. The Ender Charge randomly teleports players and mobs to a nearby location. The Concussion Charge combines these two effects.
Complete Spawn Control
Ender Zoo adds an xml file that can be used to custom the spawning of any mob, vanilla or modded. Change the rate of spawning, the biomes mobs are found in or remove them completely. See SpawnConfig_Core.xml in the config/enderio folder for details.