Randomite Ore Mod
- Updated August 23, 2016
- Release Type: Release
- Supports: 1.10.2
- License: All Rights Reserved
[MAKE SURE TO DELETE THE randomore.cfg FILE WHEN UPDATING!]
This update adds an exciting new feature, when an ore is set to Unstable mode you can now change around what items will be dropped at random. Adding items is as easy as going into the configuration, and adding the items in game name to the list, for example, if I wanted the block to drop a chest, I would add “minecraft:chest” to the list! This works with mods as well, so if you have modded ores/items that you want dropped, just add them to the list.
Items that require their metadata to be altered however are not compatible unfortunately. Version 1.1 doesn’t support metadata on blocks or items, but I’ve fixed this for version 1.2.
I’m thinking of adding this feature to the Stable mode of the ores, however this would remove the chance percentages that are hard coded into the mod. This could be countered by adding the same item multiple times to add more chances, but I’m not sure if that’s the most efficient way to go about it.
The crafting recipe for the Nether Randomite Ore has also been changed, instead of 8 netherrack surrounding a Randomite Ore block, all you have to do is smelt the Randomite Ore block in any furnace and it will yield you a single Nether Randomite Ore.
Randomite Ore Mod 1.10.2 is simple mod that adds 1 new item and 2 blocks, Unstable Powder, Randomite Ore, and Nether Randomite Ore.
This is my first mod and I figured I would try something simple, there used to be a mod on the Minecraft Forums similar to this, and I couldn’t find anything like it for MC1.10+, so I gave it a go. I hope to be updating this with more configuration options in my free time.
Unstable Powder used to craft Randomite Ore, this was added for those who have already had their world generated but still want Randomite.
Randomite Ore is a unique ore block that breaks into a random amount of a single ore.
Possible ore drops include: Coal, Iron, Diamond, Gold, Lapis, Redstone, End Pearls, and Unstable Powder.
Alternatively if randomiteOreStable is set to False in the config file, the ore will drop a random amount of random ores from it’s ore drop list.
Nether Randomite Ore
Exactly the same as it’s overworld counterpart, except Lapis and Redstone have been replaced with Quartz.
Possible ore drops include: Coal, Iron, Diamond, Gold, Quartz, End Pearls, and Unstable Powder.
Nether Randomite Ore can also be set to unstable mode.
[C][I] => 4 Unstable Powder
[I]- Iron Ore | [C] – Coal
[U][O][U] => 1 Randomite Ore
[U] – Unstable Powder | [O] – Iron Ore/Coal
Nether Randomite Ore
[R] => Furnace => [N]
[N] – Netherrack | [R] – Randomite Ore
[N][R][N] = > 1 Nether Randomite Ore
[N] – Netherrack | [R] – Randomite Ore
The Configuration file can be altered in two ways:
Directly in your Minecraft install’s /config folder.
In-Game through Forges Mod Settings Menu.
On this page I’ll go over each Category and what each setting does.
Category: Overworld Ore Behavior
This Category deals with the Randomite Ore block class and how it reacts to the player.
There are only three settings currently, but I hope to expand this more in the future.
This boolean tells the Randomite Ore if it’s dropping multiple of one ore, or multiple ores.
True – Randomite Ore will only drop a random amount of 1 ore.
False – Randomite Ore will drop a random amount of random ores.
This int is only relevant if randomiteStable is set to False, otherwise it is disregarded. This int tells the Randomite Ore the minimum amount of random ores to drop, no matter what it drops, there will always be at least this number.
Like randomiteDropsUnstableBase, this int is only relevant if randomiteStable is False. This int tells the Randomite Ore how many addition ores it can drop, the actual number of drops being between 0 and this number.
This StringList contains all the items that Randomite Ore will drop when set to Unstable mode. Adding new items is as simple as clicking the green plus icon in game, or adding a new “” string in the .cfg file. Items added should use their in-game names, such as “minecraft:coal” or “minecraft:iron_ore”. Modded blocks and items can be added with this,
however anything requiring altered metadata values can’t be added correctly, this is because the ore blocks useItem.getByNameOrID, which doesn’t allow the adding of additional meta data parameters, and while that can be done with the damageDropped function, adding a value for every item with metadata would inefficient. Currently 1.1 doesn’t support metadata on items, but 1.2 will, adding a “.[metadata]” to the end of the item name will create an item with that data, so “minecraft:dye.4” will create Lapis.
How to install Randomite Ore Mod:
- Install the version of Forge that corresponds with the mod (http://files.minecraftforge.net/ Choose the installer version of Forge)
- Download the Randomite Ore Mod.
- Drop the entire zipped file into your mods folder (Search %appdata% on your PC then go into .minecraft, then mods(create this folder if it is not there))
- Open Minecraft and make sure your profile is set to Forge
- Start Minecraft and enjoy!
This mod is made by brendanmint, all credit to modder. Visit the original mod thread here for all info.
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