The Monster Manual of Minecraft!
Various Oddities provides a colourful and diverse selection of mobs to populate your world, complete with config and customisation options to fine tune them for regular play or for adventure maps!
With a diverse and colourful array of mobs ranging from kobolds and goblins to giants and tyrannosaurs, you're sure to find the world far more alive and certainly far more dangerous, so Various Oddities also comes with a plethora of new and expanded gameplay features to help you keep pace with the velociraptors munching on your chickens. Invest in early-game alchemical brews with the alembic, hold off the hordes of undead with a quick holy symbol, and terrorise the local village by inscribing magical spells to rain doom upon them.
Care and attention is paid to keep the mod as config-friendly as possible, allowing you to tailor your experience as you desire be it for personal enjoyment or for a challenging multiplayer run!
Keep apace with development by watching along with the playlist of regular video updates on YouTube!
Mobs currently included:
Kobolds, everyone's favourite first-dungeon critter
the Uberwidren, a realisation of the question of what the Wither would look like if Steve was actually any good at summoning it, perfect for a dramatic boss encounter!
Trolls, big ugly dudes who will heal most damage naturally over time
Ogres, similar-but-distinct big ugly dudes
Goblins, everyone's other favourite first-dungeon critter. Fond of 10' x 10' rooms with a single chest.
Pegasi & Flying Donkeys, for all your terrain-traversing convenience
Mimics, the treasure chest that bites back!
Gryphons, a tasteful travel option for your trip to Stormwind City
Monkeys, now with 100% less poop!
Giant Crabs, enemy or otherwise
Floating Skulls and Disembodied Heads, spoopy!
Rats, to ravage your crops!
Bulettes, the terrifying land shark!
Scorpions, to sting you a little and sting you a lot!
Ravens, scarecrows now included!
A full upgrade and rework of Giants, both living or un-deceased!
And many more!
You absolutely have permission to use this mod in your pack.
New oddities and features are frequently teased and spoiled on my Twitter and are occasionally developed live on stream over on Twitch. Various Oddities, and all my other projects, are supported by all the wonderful people supporting me on Patreon.