Now, NNSwearfilter 1.16.5 Minecraft Mod is available at the modding website. It has been completely re-vamped, and it has also received a brand new version that I really like! It now has a fully integrated NNSwearblocker, which I am very happy about. But, what’s this little black thing that does so much for my game? This article will introduce you to the NNSwearfilter and show you exactly why it is so useful.
What is an NSwearblocker? Well, it’s a block you place over any block in your game world, which “wears” the block down! Think of a wax ring, or a sticky note which becomes stuck to paper, etc. Basically, it makes a block wear down a little bit slower, which is good in your favor when you want to speed up a recipe or something. Because it slows it down, the chunk also spreads out in smaller chunks, which you don’t have to worry about when you’re fishing, or farming.
How can I make this block wear down even more? By placing NNSwearblocks beneath other blocks in your world. So, for example, if you place some bricks next to an oak sapling, the oak will wear down a little slower than before. Then you can stack on top of that and your sapling will be covered in lots of little NNSwearblocks!
Now how do I get other blocks to use my NNSwearblocker? Place NNSwearblocks on these blocks, and then put the NNSwearblocker on top of them. Any block that doesn’t have a NNSwearblocker on top of it will take the block down by default, because it will not recognize the block for wear. You can change this behavior in the MCM menu. Just be careful to not stack too many on top of each other, or else the block will not be able to take any more.
But isn’t this whole block breaking thing cheating? Aren’t my crops and saplings and whatever even safe because I was using a NNSwearable block? Not necessarily, although it is possible to abuse the system a bit. If you really want to wear down a block, there are two ways you can do it. You can break all of your inventory blocks, or just part of them.
Breaking parts of your blocks actually slows them down. This is because the game reads the block’s data before trying to wear it down. To counter this, just place another block right next to it and then put the broken one on top of that. This will cause the game to think the broken block hasn’t worn down yet and will stop breaking immediately. It doesn’t matter which block you use next, as long as you don’t put any more on top of that block. This way, you’ll prevent the game from breaking down your inventory too much as you try to get more creative with the mod.