Sanctification Mod 1.18.2, 1.17.1 it is a mode that enables all immortal masses to thrive out of the furnace and sacred wounds. To deal with this new obstacle, this mode provides a number of new gadgets and blocks that help the participant deal with the extra fire and sacred damage during his or her journey.
Consecration Mod Features:
It does not end
Crowds of dead people will probably be able to withstand many types of injuries. Immortal crowds include all kinds of Zombies, Bones, and Wither. This stiffness falls between the type of injury discount and the health renewal. One way to weaken the undead is to beat them, both by burning the furnace or by sacred injuries. Hearth damage will only work on unprotected dead crowds in the furnace, so it will not work on Nether crowds. Sacred injuries are a small amount of free time, but this mod offers two ways to deal with sacred injuries. Also, silver weapons / weapons and a wide range of different types of sacred weapons from different mods like Tinkers’ Assemble and Reliquary may work.
Blocks and Items
Fire Stick is a simple pre-game tool that does not inflict additional damage on the enemies yet has the ability to put itself in a fire for two seconds, enough to disable the undead for a while. Note that this restricted tool 13 uses it, so use it correctly.
Fire Bomb is a simple pre-game tool, like its title ideas, fireplace bomb. You can toss this sale and it will set all items and a few blocks within the certified fireplace. Its precise operation is weak and will not damage the environment in both.
The Arrow of Fire is a simple pre-game weapon that works exactly like the traditional arrow when shot otherwise it will put enemies in the fireplace.
Blessed Dust is the mud that serves as a protection of the last word against immortality. The Undead, with many different crowds, will not cross any blessed mud set as a way as they know the dangers of doing so. If any immortals find themselves on these sacred grounds for some reason past their treatment, they may experience a great deal of sacred damage. Note that the sacred power of this mud is limited. Every immortal soul that walks upon it will have the opportunity to use its sacred power, to disperse the mud completely.
How do you get the Blessed Thuli? Blessed dust is created by receiving the blessing of a local priest while holding Glowstone Dust in your hand and having a small 1 XP stage.
Sacred Water is a daily bucket of water provided for sacred buildings. Like Blessed Dust, dead and separated crowds will drift away from it. Though not as powerful as Blessed Dust, Holy Water nevertheless inflicts a small amount of damage to the undead and its sacred properties will not diminish. Also, non-undead will find Regen 1 in the stand.
Sacred Water is made by holding a bucket of water in your hand and receiving the blessing of a local pastor while a minimum of 1 XP.
The Tree of Sanctification
Potion of Consecration is a divine medicine designed to kill the dead. Not only does this ingredient have the ability to detoxify a dead person, but it also provides beneficial effects, in proportion to the area of the drug, for anyone taking it.
For the purpose of making this drink, you must first brew Awkward Potion. Then, use the Blessed Dust as a reagent. It will make you a basic drink.
You can produce a more efficient model by using Glowstone Dust as a reagent later.
Until you are somehow able to make a non-alcoholic beverage for yourself, you will also need to make both a Splashing or Lingering model for this potion. The brewing recipe for these items is the same as all the other vanilla ingredients (gunshot and dragon breath, respectively).
Weapon magic that reduces injuries resulting from immortal attacks. It works like the magic of safety, as well as the inability to accumulate it without Feather Falling.
Installation of Consecration Mod
- Download and install the file Forge API
- Download Consecration Mod (Selected versions below)
- Enter the downloaded mode in the folder ./minecraft/mods/
Consecration Mod Download Links
Minecraft ⇒ 1.18.2 + 1.17.1 + 1.16.5
Minecraft ⇒ 1.15.2 + 1.14.4 + 1.12.2