Nature's Compass

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Nature's Compass is a utility item that allows you to search for a biome's location anywhere in the world and view information about it. It is the sister mod of Explorer's Compass, an item that can be used to locate structures.

 

Features

  • Right-clicking with Nature's Compass in hand will open the biome selection GUI, from which you can search for a biome or view information about it.
  • Shift-right-clicking will reset the compass's state.
  • When the compass is not pointing at a biome, it will point at the world spawn.
  • The compass supports all registered biomes, both vanilla and modded.
  • Sample space and maximum search distance can be adjusted in the config file.

 

Note

As of 1.18, the compass will search for biomes at a similar height that the player was at when the search started. If you're having trouble finding cave biomes, try going to a lower height and searching again.

 

Images

Information about a found biome is displayed on the HUD

 

The biome selection GUI

 

The biome information GUI

 

Recipe

Saplings and logs use the ore dictionary.

 

Installation

  • Install Forge or Fabric
  • Navigate to your .minecraft folder
  • Download appropriate version of the mod for Forge or Fabric and place the jar file in .minecraft/mods
  • If you've used a different version of this mod before, delete any existing naturescompass.cfg, naturescompass.json, naturescompass-client.toml, or naturescompass-common.toml files from .minecraft/config
  • Play!

 

Modpacks

Yes, you can use this mod in your modpack.

 

Support

If you enjoy the mod and would like to support the project, feel free to leave a donation on PayPal. Support is greatly appreciated!

 

 

Sponsor

This project is proudly sponsored by BisectHosting. If you're looking for a server, check out their hosting plans and use the promo code Chaos at checkout to get 25% off your first month!

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