BattleChatter Mod


BattleChatter Mod – Completely overhaul your chat system to cater towards PVP and factions!

PVP servers in Minecraft are incredibly unorganized and are mainly a chaotic place to be. Don’t get me wrong, they are incredibly fun. It’s just that it’s hard to recognize your team mates from your enemies at times, even if you all have different skins. If friendly-fire is enabled on said PVP server (as in, you can attack members of your faction), you may end up slaying one of your own.

Thanks to theBattleChatter Mod, this is no longer the case! TheBattleChatter Mod is a mod that is completely orientated towards PVP, meaning that you can differentiate from enemies and allies in an instant, as well as see how many of your allies are online, as well as see where they are at. What’s even cooler is that you can change the nameplates of your allies, so you can instantly differ allies from enemies in an instant. In addition to that, you can also see your allies’ health, so you can tell them to retreat if need be.

This mod is really nice for PVP, as you may already see. Let’s say you are going to play MineZ with a bunch of your friends (about 4-5). First, add each other to your allies list, and after that, just spawn and find each other. right off the bat, you already have a huge advantage over all the other MineZ players – the power of numbers. Since you can tell which are your allies, you can now be fully aware fo your environment, meaning that you can slay anybody you walk by without it being your friend by chance.

All in all, this mod is pretty great, and I think that Mojang should add a system like this in Minecraft. If you’re the kind of person who is very avid when it comes to the PVP portion of Minecraft, then this mod is an absolute must for you.

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BattleChatter Mod

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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.