Classic Faithful 32x Jappa
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A double-resolution texture pack that continues Vattic’s classic Faithful style today.
Ever since 2010, Faithful's goal has been simple: Provide a higher-resolution version of the default Minecraft textures while staying true to the originals. Now, it is available for Bedrock Edition, many older versions of Minecraft from 1.6-1.19, in multiple resolutions, art styles, and with both Jappa and Programmer Art variants.
Faithful is also fully community-driven, free, and open source, meaning all textures are provided by volunteering contributors working in their free time. If you'd like to help out by drawing textures, or if you want something changed about the pack, you can become one too! Simply join our Discord server using the link below so you can get started at making and submitting a texture.
If you prefer other art styles or resolutions, check out Classic Faithful's sister projects! We've got Classic Faithful 32x Programmer Art for those who prefer the look and feel of the old Minecraft textures, Classic Faithful 64x as a higher-resolution counterpart of this pack, as well as Faithful 32x and Faithful 64x for those that like a more detailed, modern style. You can find all our sister projects at the bottom of the post.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free to leave them below. If you've found a bug, report it by creating an issue on one of our GitHub repositories or in our discord server in our #help-bugs-feedback channel.
Short note about the history of the pack
The history of this pack is tied closely to another project called Compliance, now known as simply Faithful. Initially, Compliance started as a breakaway project from Kraineff's Faithful, due to disagreements unrelated to the branding and ownership of the pack. At that time, Kraineff had been presenting his pack as the only successor of Vattic's Faithful. It's worth mentioning that Kraineff was able to do this since at the time, Vattic had been absent from all social media for well over four years. Eventually though, we managed to regain contact with Vattic and subsequently learned that Kraineff never got permission to continue Vattic's pack or take the Faithful name. If you want to learn more about the situation, watch this video.
After further talks with Vattic, we received his permission to officially continue the pack he started, under the Faithful name. Unfortunately, Kraineff still maintains his pack on the Bedrock marketplace, and still uses the Faithful name there. Vattic has filed a DMCA takedown notice, but as of the writing of this post he hasn't received a reply from Microsoft yet. We hope that us taking the Faithful name everywhere else will speed up the takedown process. For the time being, do not buy Kraineff's pack on the marketplace, and spread the word.