Waila 1.16.5 Harvestability is the mod which is dedicated to modulating the Minecraft mod. If you are familiar with the mod, you will not find anything new. Even if you are a total newbie, you will find this one very useful and easy to understand. This mod is very easy to use and has several different settings that can be adjusted depending on your preferences.
Waila uses its own unique ‘Vanilla Edition’ formula as well as altering some vanilla blocks and items. If you are looking for something which does not only consume less energy but also provides a stable and realistic environment where plants can grow, then this is the right mod for you. Waila’s main target mobs however, so it will not affect animals and other entities. This mod can be adjusted to produce just enough water for you to survive or to produce lots of water for a more lush experience.
For example, you can adjust the Water Desired field to create 1.16.5 a more sparse atmosphere. The aim is to make things more difficult as you do not want too much water because there will be a higher chance of drowning. The vanilla game only generates water at a few places which include caves and the ocean. This is not the case with Waila. You can generate water anywhere you want.
There is also a preference for the Block Type preference, which defaults to “vanilla”. If you like a more realistic experience, you can set it to the “cloth” block type. It takes wool to produce cloth, which is why the generated materials are a little thin. The wool block type consumes more energy than the other ones. I guess the idea here is to provide a more realistic atmosphere.
There are also configurable options for the size of the water lakes. Larger lakes generate a lot more water. If your server has many players, you may want to adjust the size based on the available space. You can adjust the amount you want dynamically. Note that this does not affect the generated blocks, only the water within them.
Waila can help create a more realistic world, but it will also consume a fair amount of power. Make sure you have enough power to support the mod. As an example, the vanilla blocks consume eight times as much power as the block types from Waila. If you are using an electrical power supply, make sure you turn off its power before using Waila. Also make sure you are not in a bad location where there is a lot of power consumption.