BarAPI 1.16.5 Mod is an overhaul to the vanilla Minecraft game. It adds in many blocks and items not seen in the vanilla game such as gravel, glass and wool. In this way it becomes more balanced. Instead of using these resources just to create useful tools and ores for the game, you are now using them to simply dig up rare metals and turn those metals into valuable items for your game as well.
This mod is great if you like building with different types of materials and using various resources. You can even build a city right out of stone blocks. When I first played with this mod, the block type selection was a bit limited. There were only a few stone types that could be built with. But as I played more, I was able to add in more types of blocks.
Now there are over fifty blocks that can be built with in this mod. Some of the most common ones are brick, sandstone, red stone, lapis, ocelots, quartz and piston blocks. Some of these are rarer than others, so you can only get a certain amount of each type. You will also notice that certain blocks do not have a slot for a resource to drop. You will notice this as a small hole on the top of the block.
Each of these blocks will be used for a specific purpose. For example, if you need a lever to open a door or chest, you can get one from iron. If you need to pick up an item and put it in a slot, then you can get a wooden toolbox. However, when you need to drop items in a block, then you need to get a stone dust.
I was pretty surprised by how many resources are dropped along with the blocks in BarAPI. The main thing that surprised me was that you can get several different block parts in one piece. Unlike other MMOs where you only get one block for each level, you get an entire stack of iron dusts and a single metal plate for every level. This makes the XP rate for iron grinding in BarAPI a little bit faster than other games.
However, if you’re going to make a forge in BarAPI, then you will probably want to go with something else. Because you need to melt the block after block and then build up the furnace, there is no space to put another block on. This will leave you with two options. Either put up a fence that forces players to go through or get a block API that can be placed on top of the fence. With a block API, you can place metal plates around the furnace so that you don’t have to melt the block and build up the furnace.