A popular version of the game Mabinogi is now available in a new mod, called Mahou Tsukai 1.16.5 Minecraft Mod. This new release of the game is not only different from the original, but it features all the improvements and add-ons that the original game has to offer. One such add-on is the ‘Shikigamisou’. This is a type of ritual scroll used by the game’s characters. This scroll can be used on certain monsters in the game to give them a specific status. These include increasing their defense, or strengthening their attack power.
Players will need to visit the Shikigamisou quest, located at the eastern city of Gorgon Tower, to use the ritual scroll. However, there are a few differences with this release of major Tsukai Minecraft Mod. First of all, you cannot build mana using a scroll – you will need to use mana crystals to replenish your mana bar by using items.
Players no longer have to visit Shikigamisou to get data. Instead, they can get and just by walking into the City of Sorrow, talk to the witch inside and then cast a ‘glyph of falling sand’ on the ground near her. The witch will send you a powerful beam of data that you can then use to damage enemies in the game. However, you can only cast this spell once every two minutes. If you want to cast more than this spell, you will need to recharge your mana meter by either going to a town or grinding some mobs.
The other changes in the game include changing the interface to have a much cleaner look. There are now several different buttons for spells, potions, traps, etc that make it easier to deal with these spells in a game where there are literally hundreds of them. Players no longer have to look at the bottom of their screen to find their inventory because there is a handy list button right above the health and mana meters. And there are now 12 rare catalysts that can restore both your health and mana, allowing you to cast several spells during any battle.
In addition to all of these changes, there is also a new feature that I am very excited about – auto-residing. It allows you to automatically place all of your equipped items on a safe border around your character, so that all you need to do is click on them to place them on the ground when you want to get away from fighting. This is very useful when playing one on one battles as it allows you to run away from an opponent without having to stop to regenerate. Since all of your equipped items are placed on a safe border, this saves you a lot of time during a fight. Also, since all of your inventory items are automatically placed on a safe border, this makes it much easier to find your items if you need them, since you won’t have to repeatedly click on the map to find what you are looking for.
As a final note, I would like to mention a few new additions to the MQmod. The first is a replacement for the outdated mana potions and food items that were formerly placed on the map with teleporting. With the new auto-residing border system, any of your inventory items are automatically placed where you want them on the ground. Also, you can now use the handy chatbox to request some of your friends to join you on a mission. You simply click on a group and request that they send you some of their best equipment so that you can level up faster and defeat tougher monsters faster.