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Treasure2

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Description

 
Treasure2 adds to the thrill of discovery in Minecraft. This mod adds various new and rare chests of treasure to be discovered. The chests are secured by an assortment of locks and can only be unlocked by finding the corresponding keys.
 
 
 
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Chests of various shapes and sizes can be discovered. Each chest having a different rarity which determines the likelihood of it being generated and the quality of its treasure.

 

Various locks secure treasure chests, keeping you from your loot. You will need to find the corresponding keys to gain entry.

 
You can use the pouch to store extra keys, locks, coins, and gems. You can use the Key Ring to hold multiple keys and it will act like a key, selecting the correct one from its inventory for the lock.
 
Without creating an entire sub-mod, Treasure2 adds a set of new weapons, standard versions and collectibles. They are geared towards a vanilla game, so they shouldn't be over-powered.
 
Mimics are back! Redesigned models and 5 new mimics (Cardboard, Crate, Moldy Crate, Viking and Cauldron).
 
You can easily make add-on mods for Treasure2. Here is a list of some:
 
 


Treasure2 can be used as a stand-alone mod, however, there are only so many vanilla items to use as good loot. Treasure2 has been designed to use datapacks to populate treasure chest loot tables. Here is a Twilight Forest datapack to use in Treasure2:

treasure2-twilight-forest-datapack_v1.0.0.zip

You can examine it as an example of how to setup any datapack for Treasure2.

 


The answer is Yes. Feel free to use Treasure2 or any of my mods in your modpacks.