The Immersive Cables mod for Minecraft is a great addition to the game that adds many new features not seen on any other mods. This mod actually adds three new types of blocks and one new item to the game. It also changes several config options to help create 1.16.5 a better gaming experience for those who want a more tech-oriented experience. One of the most exciting features that is new in this mod is the Enderio. With this machine, players can harvest redstone and lapis as well as many other resources that are much rarer than before.
To obtain these resources, players must first build an Advanced Furnace and then place an Enderium block adjacent to it. The Enderium block then begins to produce energy which can then be transferred to the Furnace when it is turned on. The Enderio machines can mine many things, including iron, coal, copper, brass, tungsten, and many others. This is because they use the same laser technology as the Endermites.
The World Trigger mod automatically places 15 crafted blocks at random spots around the map. As you go around the map, you will see several of these blocks surrounding certain “lodes”. Lodes are chunks of land with one or more nodes within them. The nodes are like regular entities that are easy to attack and destroy. When a player damages one of these nodes, the entire area surrounding it is destroyed and will not be re-sized by the gemstone being placed on it.
As a final part of the overhaul of the vanilla game, the Enderio now has a damaging ability. When you are attacked by one of these blocks, the player’s health is decreased significantly until they can repair the block. However, the damage does not stop once the block has been repaired. It is now possible to take the damage and cause more damage to the block than is already present, essentially turning the block into a super powerful weapon.
For those familiar with the original game, you will probably find the new “Endermite” design a bit strange. Instead of dropping actual minerals like other mobs do, the Endermite only produces an item when two of them touch each other. When the block is broken, another piece of the block is dropped. This makes collecting the resource more difficult, but it also makes the block a lot more powerful.
While this may seem like an exaggeration, I think I am justified in making such a claim. The original version was extremely hard to kill, especially for higher level players. As players got a little better at killing them, however, they found the mod much easier to fight against. Today, a new player should not have too much trouble defeating a single Endermite. This is just one of the many examples of mods being made specifically for Minecraft. If you are looking for a way to play the game, I highly recommend looking into the many available mods.