Lucky Blocks Race 1.16.5 is a mod for vanilla Minecraft. I won’t go into details about it because it’s more or less similar to the more famous mods. It adds several new blocks to your world and rearranges them. These changes are not always perfect but it can be fun trying.
The mod actually uses four different types of blocks. They are cobblestone, stone brick, gravel and sandstone. These blocks are arranged in such a way that you can build wherever you want. In vanilla, you can only place six of these blocks in one big area.
This mod comes with a quest and a minecraft guide. Inside you’ll find a book that tells you where to get the blocks you need to place in the terrain. It also explains the basics about how to use the blocks. Once you complete the quests, the book will tell you where two of the blocks are so you can start using them.
There’s also an armor stand that you can buy to protect yourself. This can be used by combining leather and metal together. You can craft this stand with an iron ingot and leather. If you want to combine both types of material, combine enough of them to make a total of eight bars. Place these eight bars on the top side of your furnishing and take the book to craft it.
Another aspect of the Lucky Block Mod that I like is that it removes the dependency on wool and silk. Now you can craft a woolen outfit using only a sewing needle and thread. I find that this is quite an improvement over the game. It’s quite possible that the wool items and outfits in the game will become obsolete with this mod.
Lucky Block has been designed to add some fun to the game without having to break the bank. It is compatible with all versions of the vanilla game and can be used with all accounts. The mod also adds a block that boosts all Mining levels by +5. That means more money for you at the end of each day. Although it does have a negative effect – you will not be able to get the higher levels of mining.
As for the music, it adds some nice sound effects to the game when you hit something. I don’t know whether they are supposed to be music from the game or just sound effects, but the effect is quite nice. One thing I would like to point out is that the game will crash if you use the mod while on the “very easy” difficulty mode. If you are playing the game normally, this shouldn’t be a problem.
To conclude, I really like Lucky Block. I have played the vanilla version before and found it to be enjoyable. However, I was put off by the fact that it required such a small amount of content to be added, and also that it required a fair amount of work to craft the items. Lucky Block is a very good mod. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a simple mod that adds little but still provides a lot of fun.