AstralCraft Mod


AstralCraft Mod – Add new ores, dimensions, and more in Minecraft with this mod!

So you’re playing Minecraft, having fun mining, fishing, and generally surviving, but have you ever thought of how you ended up in Minecraft? What was in Minecraft before you even set foot onto the world? This has always made me wonder. What if there were previous civilizations, who, were wiped out by natural causes somehow? What if they were more intelligent than Steve?

Of course, this is all fictional, and the folks behind Mojang have yet to hint about any previous life form. In fact, they will probably think that we areover thinkingthe game too much. That, however, is not the case for theAstralCraft Mod. TheAstralCraft Mod is a mod that adds several new artifacts that spawn natrually throughout the overworld. “Overworld? Why not just say throughout the world?” you may say. The reason being is that this mod also adds a new dimension, complete with floating islands and newtypesof trees.

This mod is meant for adventurers because of the fact that there’s tons of artifacts to discover, along with progression by acquiring more pieces, and just when you think you’re done, you can go to a new dimension, and discover even more secrets! That’s not all though. This mod is also useful for survivalists as well. For one, this mod adds a bottomless chest, which is, well, a chest that can store an infinite amount of items.

In conclusion, despite being aimed as a mod that covers the previous civilizations, this mod ends up being a mod that revolves around the future, considering the fact that it adds several high-tech items. Regardless, this mod is very well made, and if you’re looking for an all-in-one mod that revolves around adventuring and survival, then this mod is for you.

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Hello there Everybody! I am Joseph, or BlueOrchard, the owner of Minecraft Modding. I mainly direct the Minecraft Mods and Minecraft Maps sections, but I occasionally do server reviews too.