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Mods are add-ons allow changes Minecraft's game content from what it originally was. With Mods you can make your own world within Minecraft by programming a whole new set of rules and situations!
- Updated on: December 29, 2016
- Newest File: exnihiloomnia-1.2.4.jar
- Release Type: Release
- Supports: 1.10.2
- License: All Rights Reserved
You can use hammers to break cobblestone into gravel, gravel into sand, and then sand into dust.
Don’t want that sandstone anymore? No problem! Just hammer it back into sand.
Are you tired of all that normal, not falling netherrack? Hammer it into nether gravel!
Endstone, too! Who wouldn’t want all the blocks in the end to be able to fall?
Gotten any broken ores from sifting gravel?
Pack em together into ore gravel!
You can use the hammer to break apart the ore gravel and get bits of crushed ore. You can repeat the process again to get ore dust, and every extra step you take gives the chance of getting more ore!
You can smelt each type of ore into its ingot.
I want it
Glad to hear. To make one, you simply put some wood, stone, iron, gold, or diamond on a handle like this:
A quick right click will pull the animal to you and away from those dangerous ledges. That should buy you enough time to repair a fence or fix a wall.
If an enemy does manage to spawn on your island, hitting it with a crook will do exactly zero damage. However, it will shove the enemy backwards. With some planning, you could arrange for them to be shoved into the void.
And finally, the improved reach allows you to better inspect leaves as you break them, making it twice as likely to get saplings (and apples) from leaf blocks as you break them. How do you get your hands on one?
When you are using your crook to harvest leaves, there is a slim chance that you might find a silkworm hiding in them
Set this guy loose on a tree and he’ll relentlessly infest and colonize the leaves
With enough patience, there will be no living leaves left
With no leaves left, you can’t get any saplings from them, however, these guys have been working nonstop making silk. The closer to white the leaves are, the more you’ll get, so be sure to let these guys finish their job.
If you want more silkworms, you can probably get them out of their leaves with a crook.
And if you end up with more of these dudes than you want, they are decently high in protein…
If you burn some sticks, you won’t be left with anything that seems useful at first.
However, ash contains enough nutrients to work to grow plants and saplings.
It can also be mixed with some clay that you got from a barrel and bonemeal to create porcelain clay
Now this stuff is really useful.
You find that you really have a knack for sculpting, and can easily shape some porcelain clay into a bucket.
But you notice that it is still pretty malleable. Maybe if you put it in a furnace it will get strong enough to hold liquids.
Eureka! It functions just like a normal, metal bucket!
By hammering smooth stone, you find you can get smaller, perfectly hand-sized stones!
Try and see how far you can throw them.
Or try and put them back together
Note: you can change how many stones are required in the config, 1-9, 0 to disable.
These are interesting. They can be used dirt to grow mycelium, and cows seem to have an odd reaction…
With enough of that porcelain stuff, you find you can make a very large basin.
Based on you experience with the bucket, you figure you need to fire this thing, too.
Now what can this thing do?
Spoiler alert: something.
With a source of heat beneath it, the crucible itself gets rather hot. You notice that some things are hotter than others.
Now that the crucible is all warmed up, try adding something to melt!
And just give it some time. You notice that the higher quality the heat source, the less time it takes.
Sieves are now crafted like so, you can make them out of any type of wood
And you add a mesh to it after you place it
Currently, there are two meshes you can add, and the only difference is durability
If you want to have an easier time, you can change the config so that you craft the mesh directly into the sieve, and the durability won’t wear out.
Once you have your hands on one, try putting some dirt in it.
And then sift around a bit…
And out pops some stuff!
But there’s plenty more that you can get from sifting, as long as you’re lucky.
- Wheat seeds
- Melon seeds
- Pumpkin seeds
- Beetroot seeds
- Carrot seeds
- Potato seeds
- Sugarcane seeds
- Different types of tree’s seeds
Try and plant the seeds! Most will need farmland to grow.
- Lapis lazuli
- Broken ores
- Cocoa beans
- Cactus seeds
- Crushed ores
- Nether wart
- Ghast tear
- Broken nether ores
After what seems like a lifetime of shaking your sieve back and forth for that precious ore chunk, you are on the verge of insanity. There must be some way to speed this up! Wait a moment… Those “piston” things go back and forth. Maybe you could rewire one to make it repeatedly fire? But the force from that would be too strong… Pack it in more cobblestone! You have plenty of that stuff anyway.
Voila! A shakey piston thing… A sifter!
With different materials used for the head, you could probably adjust the speed!
They still seem to take damage though…
Barrels, turns out, can be made from pretty much anything.
And you make ’em like this
But they do more than just sit there and look pretty. What exactly? Well, quite a lot.
You can put pretty much any organic matter into a barrel…
Let it sit for a bit…
And eventually, you’ll end up with dirt!
Barrels have this wonderful property: they can collect water, from rain!
Once you have enough rainwater, you can put some dust that you got from your hammer into the barrel, and get some clay!
Netherrack and Endstone
If your barrel can hold lava without catching fire, you can mix in some redstone or glowstone to congeal the lava into netherrack or endstone, respectively.
If you were lucky enough to get some spores from a sieve, try adding them to a barrel of water. The spores have a supernatural effect, fermenting the water into the vile substance known as… witchwater.
Witchwater has some pretty nasty properties, mutating friendly mobs into monsters, monsters into nightmares, and, less extremely, can transform sand into soul sand when still in a barrel.
Nothing’s worse than spoiled milk, right? It gets all chunky and nasty. Fortunately, however, there is a way to turn this into a good thing!
Mix some milk into water…
Let it sit for a bit, get all nice and… green?
I think I hear something squishing around in there! I think you can get it out with a crook…
Well, what do you know? You grew a slime.
With some gems and a handful of porcelain, you could sculpt a friend to keep you company up there in the sky. But he looks rather plain doesn’t he? We should give him a coat of paint.
This guy has quite the hot temper! He should take a nice bath to cool off, but he insists on having the water scorching so it doesn’t help much. I think he was actually more angry after the bath. He started throwing things and mumbling about burning the whole building down. I ended up giving him a restraining order (and a stapler, just to be safe).
HINT: Add it to a barrel of lava and wait.
This friend is a bit on the goth side. He likes movies about vampires and witches. He’s been practicing to be a vocalist in a metal band. Not a bad guy overall, but keep an eye on him. If he thinks you’re not looking, he’ll pocket anything he can get his hands on.
HINT: Add it to a barrel of witchwater and wait.
Pretty much everything about the mod can be changed, there is a lot to cover so if you are interested, I recommend going through the file.
There is an option to enable hopper/pipe interaction with sieves.
You can use JSON to create your own recipes for compost, hammering, sifting, melting, and add heat sources for the crucible. You can even disable all the built in ones to start from scratch you if you so desire. (IMPORTANT: each folder contains an “example.json”. This example file is NEVER LOADED! It is purely for reference!)
Once in-game, you can still edit your custom recipes, and reload them with the command “/enoreg reload”
The mod will try to load in as many ores that it can find, but sometimes it has trouble. If you notice that your modpack has, for example, Nickel, but Ex Nihilo isn’t adding it, go to the config and change B:”force nickle” to true. If nothing is loading for whatever reason, you can have it load in all ores it knows about.
Ex Nihilo Omnia offers a config option to have the world generate as the original skyblock 2.1 map, a more hardcore version in which you spawn on a floating piece of dirt with a tree, and a middle-ground version of skyblock 2.1 with no grass. You can chose which biome the entire world will generate as, or keep it with all of them. All of these options can be found in the “world generation” section of the config.
- The mod should find most ores I’ve told it about, but if it doesn’t, you can help it out in the config like I said above.
- All ores that the mod adds can be set to be oredict compatible in the config
- Crooks and Hammers are veinminer ready
- Barrels, sieves, crucibles, and infected leaves all work with with WAILA.
- All ores added will work in the Tinkers’ smeltery
- Hammer and sieve recipes are JEI friendly
How to install:
- Install the version of Forge that corresponds with the mod (http://files.minecraftforge.net/ Choose the installer version of Forge)
- Download the Ex Nihilo Omnia 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 is made by Raven2396, all credit to modder. Visit the original thread here for all info.