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Adds furniture and a bunch of stuff. Note, this page is a work in progress, please feel free to edit and make it better!
- 1 Dependencies
- 2 Incompatibilities
- 3 Common Problems
- 4 Additional Installation Procedures
- 5 New Crafting Recipes
- 5.1 Furniture
- 5.2 Decorations
- 5.3 Existing block Recipes
- 6 New Items
- 7 New Blocks
- 8 Block IDs used
- 9 Item IDs used
Modloader V5 and mod loader V6
- Basic Mod: None Known
- With Potted Plants addition
- Any mods that alter the rendering methods without a patcher (wildgrass for instance)
- Any mods that add entirely new block shapes
If applicable, any known common problems here
Additional Installation Procedures
The plant pot is only available if you add the separate class files. These class files override standard Minecraft classes which may cause stability issues.
New Crafting Recipes
Furniture lends itself well to experimentation, and quite interesting pieces can be made with just the 3 base shapes.
Note: All furniture can be made of Smooth Stone, Wood Planks, Obsidian, Gold Ore, Iron Ore, Logs, or Netherrack.
Chairs are placed with their backs facing you.
Tables place their legs automatically, wherever there is an open corner.
Slabs can be placed next to or on top of furniture to make new styles. Slabs have no collisions, so you can walk right through them. This makes them ideal for secret passages that look like walls but can be walked right through.
You travel much faster when walking on road blocks.
Note: You need to have installed the optional planter pot mod for this to work
You will need to bake this in a furnace.
You can also use Bricks (the item, not the block) instead of Cobblestone
You can use Clay instead of bone, but the item will need to be baked in a furnace before being placed.
These blocks can be placed anywhere for decoration, including tabletops. Once placed, you can cycle through the different crafts or totems by right clicking on the block.
Can be made out of Gold Ingots as well.
Stairs can be made out of Mossy Cobblestone, Smooth Stone, Gold or Iron.
Existing block Recipes
Replacing the Iron Ingot with Coal, Diamond or a Gold Ingot will emit that kind of ore.
Block IDs used
All block ID's are editable via a properties file
Item IDs used
All Item ID's are editable via a properties file