Minecraft is a game that has become incredibly popular among gamers around the world. It is a free open source mod based multiplayer browser game, where players can create their own custom made structures, farms, homes and even civilizations. The mod has received huge popularity because of its unique style and addictiveness. However, I want to discuss why you should avoid using this mod, or at least, keep it on the background while you play the game. I will explain each reason in this article.
The most important reason I will talk about is the use of the Ice and Fire/Magic Modpack. This modpack actually replaces many of the vanilla blocks and items with different blocks that are made from special ingredients. For example, instead of using wood you will be using stone as your primary resource. The result is that you will have to learn how to mine more stone than wood to build your farms and cities.
There are two primary problems with using this modpack while playing the vanilla game. First, you will notice that it makes the game much slower, because everything takes so long to build. Second, because you won’t be using any resources from the main game, you won’t be able to train at a forge. You can however, train at a tanning rack, mine gravel and sand, and collect honey.
The speed issue isn’t a big problem, because if you want to build something that contains multiple blocks, you will be able to. But if you are just building one block at a time, it will take forever. Secondly, there are many more block types in the vanilla game than in the Ice and Fire/ICE Modpack. This is what makes this mod pack so desirable.
Another reason to avoid using the Ice and Fire/ice Modpack, is because it modifies the block data of the game, which means you will be unable to save your game if you had used this modpack before. Vanilla game blocks are simply not set up to handle the graphics in the mods. Also, the block data is updated every time you load the game, meaning that the newest blocks are used, even though they aren’t available. As such, you will not be able to see the difference when using this modpack. You will only be able to see the difference when you load up your vanilla game after installing the Ice and Fire/ice Modpack. But, this doesn’t mean that this modpack will be unplayable, it’s just that you might have to start over at a lower difficulty setting if you want to avoid issues like freezing or lag.
One last thing to keep in mind is that the vanilla game has a great deal of unused block data. The Ice and Fire/ice Modpack expands on this by adding many new block data sets that aren’t available in the vanilla game. So you can expect to find more things to do and more places to find them once you get started with the modpack. Plus, with so many additions, you should be able to spend more time playing instead of trying to figure out what’s going on.