Traveling House Mod

Description

I love exploring in Minecraft. It’s so fun, considering the fact that the terrain is randomly generated on the fly, meaning that you will always find something new wherever you go. This pretty much applies to all of the worlds, meaning that you will never come across the same piece of land in any of your worlds. Though this may be cool, it can be quite easy to get lost, and if you don’t know how to get back to your house, you will have to make a makeshift shelter to survive the night.

With theTraveling House Mod, however, this is no longer the case. TheTraveling House Mod allows you to pack your house with a house packer, allowing you to bring your house along with you at the expense of one inventory slot. This means that you can build a house somewhere, and once that area is stripped of resources, you can just pack your house up, and migrate to a more resource-rich area, such as near a jungle, or a grassland biome in order to make a farm.

This mod is extremely useful for survival. In addition to packing your house, you can also opt to pack a small shelter that you can hide in during the night as well. After all, if you die while having the house packer on you, if the house packer despawns, you essentially lost your house as well, on top of your items. Depending on what was inside of that house, you might end up having to start from scratch all over again, and I don’t know about you, but this will make me quite upset, and I might end up just deleting the world out of pure rage.

All in all, theTraveling House Mod is a pretty nice mod, and is recommended for anyone who would like to bring their house with them in their expeditions, or would like to have a backup shelter with them at all times.

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BlueOrchard

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.