This is a quick review of the Forge Modpack API. The idea of this modpack is that it will change the game in a variety of ways and also add in lots of goodies and changes. This modpack also is one of the most requested mods on the servers. It adds in many changes such as new ores, recipes and much more. If you are interested in this mod pack then you should definitely check out this guide.
You can start by installing the Forge Modpack API onto your server. Make sure that you have the latest version of forge on your server before you do this. Once installed then you will need to create 1.16.5 your world. You can either create a custom world with the config settings or use the default world. Just make sure that you have the right config settings for the world.
After you have created your world and have the right config settings then you can go mining. There are several types of ore in this mod pack. The first one is forestry 1.16.5 and the second one is oreducation. You can mine any type of ore. You will also find cobblestone and glazed stone in this mod pack. There are several things that you will need to gather as you go around the map.
You will need ores for building. Once you mine these ores you will be able to build anything with them. You will need steel bars, bricks, cobblestone, stone and other resources to complete different projects. These resources are all over the map, so make sure that you look around and find the ones you need.
The third part of this mod pack is config settings. This is what gives you the power to build whatever you want in the world. You simply have to create a config setting that will tell the game how many ore blocks you need to produce and where they should be placed. You can place them anywhere you want but they will always be in your inventory. Place all of your resources on the map to see how many ore and blocks you have left.
The last part of this mod pack is recipes. The blocks that you place down will depend on recipes that you have placed down. There are some simple recipes like using up parts of an item to make a block. There are more complex ones that take lots of resources. When you get a recipe completed the block will be created and sent to your inventory.