Why I Dont Like Minecraft Mods




An explanation of why I don’t use Mods

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39 thoughts on “Why I Dont Like Minecraft Mods

  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    The only mod I’ve currently got Is a tree chopping mod mostly because I find chopping trees tedious and boring. Tho I’m thinking of adding optifine

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    I only play mods that change the game entirely or have just extra features that mainly apply to midgame. Mods that add new mobs that just have the same power as the regular ones but have different qualities to them i think is really cool. i can see where you're coming from but i like having a different experience. minecraft has a lot to offer but when you know what everything is, it gets a little predictable which is what i dislike. Knowing what everything is and what everything does is helpful but just makes progress less exciting because you know what you need to do. The mods that change this a little bit such as ones that change world generation, cave generation and some new ores that also change the rarity of existing ores is just fresh. i respect your opinion but i just like playing the same game with different experiences. it's fun and new

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Literally who cares? Just let people play how they want to play. If they want to launch Cheat Engine and give themselves 999999999 Diamonds they should be allowed to do so because it's their gameplay experience that does not affect other people in any way, shape or form. Also your Balance argument is really weak here because Minecraft is a game where you can at any moment hop into creative mode and give yourself any gear you want including Totems of Undying that friendly reminder can be farmed. Balance out of the window give me my Sword of Doom that can kill Ender Dragon in one swing even when used in overworld.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    damn.. i know its his opinion but this is by far one of the worst and most uneducated opinions that ive heard in a long time…

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    MINECRAFT ADDONS USER!!!!!!😡😡😡😡😡😡😠😠😠😈😈☠☠😈

    I HATE MINECRAFT ADDONS!!!!!☠👎👎😈😈😈🖕👎👎☠
    MINECRAFT MODS ARE MY ONLY FAVOURITE BECAUSE OF THE MOBS AND OTHER COOL STUFF
    RATHER THAN ADDONS JUST IMITATIONS AND REPLACING STUFF, WITH SHITTY LAGS AND CRASHES!!!!!
    AND BASICLY THE MINECRAFT ADDONS VERSION OF MOBS ARE JUST BAD!!!!!! THE MODELS THE 'RE TERRIBLE!!!👎

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    He says it makes the game easier, clearly you’ve never heard of R L C R A F T

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Meanwhile I played nearly 1000 hrs of direwolf20 pack and still haven't finished everything

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    If you haven't "done everything" in Minecraft in seven years, you really haven't played. I play modded Minecraft because I exhausted everything to do in Minecraft within a few years and got bored with it. When I figured out about mods, I decided to try some out. I now play pretty much exclusively modded Minecraft because the vanilla is done to death for me. I tend to like complex mods mixed with mods that make some small things easier. I'm coming to like Pams Harvestcraft. I'm a bit of a gardener at heart, and it's nice to be able to grow so many foods. Just today I finished the initial stage of building a massive and diverse farm in a village. To add some difficulty, I have a mod that adds tornadoes, hurricanes, and other storms. Of course, you can use a weather deflector to protect your home, but it adds a bit of risk to the game prior to building a deflector. After initially trying that mod, on day two a hurricane totally destroyed the seaside village I had found and began living in. When I say destroyed, it even killed all the villagers. I did tweak the config afterward to not "aim" the storms at the nearest player, but to instead be kind of random, a bit like real weather. I'm also working my way through Mekanism and Immersive Engineering. Total current mod count is around 120 mods. Quite a lot, but most only change one thing or a small set of things or only do small changes. I also have a mod to add pollution to make things a little more complex. I tweaked it to only add pollution from furnaces, torches, player deaths, and wildfires. Makes mining a little riskier as you need light, but if you try to mine in tiny areas with torches for light, you will likely suffocate if you aren't careful.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    1:50 i mean, good point but it's kinda not true. there's quite a few quality of life mods that just make minecraft a little bit less annoying to deal with such as a mod called "just enough items" which just makes it to where you can type the name of an item into the search engine and then see how to make it. i don't know why but i always forget how to make fences and this mod makes it just a bit easier. there's also a mod called "AppleSkin" that shows how much saturation and hunger you will replenish from eating a certain food item, there's "biomes o' plenty" which just adds a bunch of unique biomes that doesn't really effect how you play the game. i guess you could say that the nether is a little bit tougher because of the thorn bushes that spawn there, and maybe easier because of the small trees. there's "inventory sorter" self explanatory. there's "swing through grass" and that stops the thing where you can't hit mobs through grass, but i guess that does make it a bit easier in some circumstances. there's "Comforts" which adds sleeping bags and hammocks. i really like this mod because i can make little campsites. unlike beds, the bedrolls can't set your spawn so it's just for traveling if you still want to have your spawn at your base and just want to sleep through the night. these mods are, of course, very lightweight and they change the way you play the game by just a little bit, but they're still pretty nice mods that i recommend anyone to have a crack at.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Wow you've obviously never played some of the bigger mod packs that spend lots of time balancing the mods and creating an huge progression path. I can't play Minecraft without getting bored unless I'm playing something like FTB Infinity.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    I get that this is a year old but like:

    Mods are only fun if…
    Vanilla gameplay:
    -Gameplay remains unchanged, no op items.
    -Optifine.
    -Adds some detail to the world such as bigger biomes, fancier trees or different models and textures, but essentially the same as vanilla.
    -Allows for cosmetics and emotes.
    -Allows for nicer builds that couldn't be achieved in normal vanilla.

    Game changing mods:
    -Adds new dimensions that are entirely unique and don't just give you infinite diamonds but rather a resource unique to that dimension, like nether quartz.
    -Adds more overworld mobs to make the world more immersive.
    -Things that challenge you in survival such as temperature, energy, and thirst. Is it a good idea for vanilla? Not really. Would it be a neat idea for a challenge? Sure.
    -Changes the world entirely while being balanced at the same time. Could be more realistic and have both populated and abandoned structures, and stronger tiers of ores to defeat stronger bosses, sure.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    The only mods I regularly use is having villagers look like other players and one that adds coloured planks

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Pretty weak argument. Has he never heard of Pixelmon? It doesn't change the power system because it creates a new game within Minecraft. Then there's the popular Mo' Creatures that simply adds more mobs. LOTS of mobs simply add content or things that should ALREADY be in the game like more mobs, biomes, plants, etc. Lots of those just make the game look better. Even if you don't live in every biome or never touch a plant, they are fun to explore and exploring is a main aspect of Minecraft.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Huh weird I’m nearly the complete opposite, I haven’t played non modded Minecraft since the 1.7.10 update (not counting severs) and I’ve always quite enjoyed it. It’s the same mod pack I’ve used for years just with a few mods added or removed depending on what my computer can handle and what mods still work after updates.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    If you turn on captions for his intro it says “hello I’m a px slick on broken bags”

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Who says people don’t install mods for the difficulty they add? Because Minecraft is quite easy on its own.

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    A kind of Minecraft Mod i play is…………………..

    PokeMods! Gotta catch all PokeMobs!

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    you say that building an enderman farm is a huge project and you just destroyed a whole dessert

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    Don’t why you’re getting so much hate, the vid was good

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    "i hate mods because they change the game in some way"

    Oh I guess the dictionary is wrong about what a MODIFICATION is
    my bad

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  • March 14, 2020 at 11:56 am
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    I agree but only on certain mods. When mods add things like different trees animals, or more interesting biomes, or things of that sort they’re cool.

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