Tech pack designed to feel more immersive and realistic without being cumbersome.
Mods are carefully selected for balance and performance.
Progression feels satisfying while staying true to the sandbox nature of Minecraft.
Custom recipes and progression systems (like ore tripling) that help integrate the mods with interesting mechanics that don't feel grindy.
Now with Quests!!! The quests are designed to guide you without dictating your gameplay or getting in the way of your creativity. Quests will be added that correspond with projects in my Real Tech 3 let's play series.
Mob spawns have been tweaked to add more realistic enemies and animals above ground while banishing the undead and other fantasy mobs to the expanded caves, the Nether and The End.
Survival tweaks add a little more challenge and depth while reducing some constant annoyances.
Custom, biome based, ore generation and prospecting methods along with large, beautiful, more realistic looking caves make resource gathering a fun, explorative, but slightly dangerous experience.
You'll find yourself in a world that feels alive and real.
For a lighter version of this pack designed to perform well on less powerful computers, check out Real Tech Light.
Let's Play S3 (MC 1.16.6)
Continue watching the series here: Real Tech S3 Let's Play Playlist
Let's Play S2 (MC 1.12.2)
Continue watching the series here: Real Tech S2 Let's Play Playlist
Let's Play S1 (MC 1.10.2) - Complete series
Continue watching the series here: Real Tech Let's Play Playlist
NPCs and Colonies
No Mo Wanderer
Gauges and Switches
Tools & Weapons
Ultimate Car Mod
Cooking For Blockheads
Farmer's Delight Compats
Farmer's Delight Cookbook
Curio of Undying
Pollution of the Realms
Swing Through Grass
Building & Decor
Absent by Design
Additional Blocks: Stone Ed.
Chisels and Bits
Mr. Crayfish Furniture Mod
Path Under Gates
World & Ambiance
Better Animals Plus
Better Biome Blend
Biomes O Plenty
Fast Leaf Decay
Large Ore Deposits
Item Physic Lite
Snow Real Magic
Just Enough Resources
Mod Name Tooltip
More Dragon Eggs
Seed Drop Control
Server Config Updater
Shutup Experimental Settings
The One Probe
SuperMartijn642's Config Lib
I generally don't post server packs, because it's very time consuming to try to account for all the different server environments. But it's relatively easy to set up a server with the regular pack files. The installation details will depend on your environment, and you'll need a basic knowledge of how to install Minecraft servers, but here's a general breakdown:
- Install the correct version of forge (currently 36.2.20)
- Grab all the folders from the "overrides" folder inside the pack zip file and put them inside the folder where you installed forge.
- Copy the mods from the mods folder in an installed instance of the pack and copy them to the server mods folder.
- Remove client only mods that may crash the server. These include: Dynamic Surroundings, Item Physics Lite, Ding, Mouse Tweaks, ReAuth.
- Run the forge jar. How you do this is going to depend on your operating environment. For a Linux/Mac environment, I'd recommend running it within a "screen" session. I don't use Windows for servers, so I have no advice there. The java command is going to look something like this:
java -Xms1024M -Xms4096M -jar forge-1.16.5-36.2.20.jar nogui
Questions, Comments, Ideas, Problems
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