The Craftsmanship Mod is a complete overhaul of the vanilla Minecraft game and is aimed at those who are looking to make the experience more fun and challenging. This mod actually removes most of the hand-placed items from the game, replacing them with new crafting recipes that can be bought from the MCM store. For example, iron can now be smelted, instead of only being crafted by mining. There are also many new recipes for armor, weaponry, tools and even foods and potions.
This includes new recipes for fish, pigs, chickens 1.16.5 and squids. Furthermore, animals can be domesticated with the help of the MCM. Players will also notice that sheep and pigs produce more eggs than cows, which means you will get more crops as a farmer. You can even buy rare leather and cloth from the MCM store.
When creating items using the Craftsmanship perk, a blueprint is displayed for every item placed in the workbench. This enables the player to see what each item would look like before placing it in the game. If you are having trouble understanding all the instructions, there are several helpful videos on the MCM page.
As you level up in craftsmanship, the quality of your work increases. At levels fifty and up, you will receive a blueprint for each item you craft. Once you reach level 99, you will receive one that for your whole game experience. It also helps to have a high profession level. This increases your skill point allocation in craftsmanship, so if you want to use a higher skill level in this category, then you should learn how to create 1.16.5 higher-quality items. However, keep in mind that you will need to pay more for these higher-quality items because they are more rare and harder to find.
Crafting is divided into two categories: decorative and utility. Decorative craftsmanship focuses on adding decorations to the world while utility crafts focus on using the materials to do the job. For example, a table lamp does not actually light the room but provides illumination, which is considered utility craftsmanship. Cooking, mining, alchemy, and enchanting are other utility categories. These are best used together with decorative crafts.
There are many benefits to playing a character with high craftsmanship. If you want to be more experienced, start by simply creating a simple item and see how it does in the market. The item can be appraised by the Auction House and you get to learn more about craftsmanship as you gain reputation. Either way, it’s worth it to spend your time doing this.