Magic is one of those mysterious energies that people are always looking for. Even in the game, magic is a new source of energy that everyone wants to possess. Will dark spells make you stronger in Minecraft? How to generate that energy?
All will be in EvilCraft Mod. This mod will support you a lot with ancient spells or magic, dark energies.
Founders inspired by the age of dark wizards, EvilCraft Mod revolves around elements of magic, ancient magic, and dark forces. EvilCraft is like most other item and block mods, adding new types of items, new recipes and using them for survival and development purposes.
EvilCraft Mod is a Minecraft Mod about magic, ancient magic, and dark forces’ appearance in the Minecraft world. Evil Craft Mod provides players with a series of items, spells, crafting recipes… to better support the adventure of discovery and survival in the magical blocky world.
EvilCraft Mod adds a lot to the game Minecraft, from the little flying monster that will follow and try to poison you to the bottles of poison to store and control the weather…
EvilCraft Mod is sublime magic and magic mod inspired by the era of dark wizards. This is a mod by author kroeser – the “father” of Everlasting Abilities Mod and Colossal Chests Mod.
Through this mod, you can explore the ancient origins of demons and magic. This power source is used for many different purposes, creating a dark world in Minecraft and challenging your strong survival ability.
Instructions to install EvilCraft Mod on Minecraft
- The computer needs to have Minecraft Forge pre-installed to download the mod and install Cyclops Core (for Minecraft 1.8.0 and above).
- Find the Minecraft folder.
- From the Start menu, open Run, enter the command %appdata% and then click the Run button on a Windows computer.
- From Open Finder, hold Alt and then Go > Library in the upper menu bar on a Mac. Open the Application Support folder to find Minecraft.
- Put the newly downloaded mod (file .jar) into the Mods folder. When opening the Minecraft game, press the Mods button to play with the installed mod.
EvilCraft Mod is one of the mods that bring absolute fun to Minecraft. Most of it will make you feel the adventure is not dull. If you do not have this mod, please install it quickly.
EvilCraft Mod 1.16.5, 1.15.2 Download Links:
Credit and Author: kroeser ❘ Rating: 4.00 − 66 votes ❘ 333,795 views
How to use Evil Craft Mod
- To get started, follow these steps (with step-by-step illustrations):
- Find at least one Dark Ore, a Book.
- Craft Darkened Apple.
- Find a harmless creature and feed it a Darkened Apple (please do not try it at home with your pet).
- Wait for it to die slowly.
- When a mysterious light appears, quickly approach (don’t stand too close) and throw the Book in the middle of it.
- Pick up the magic book that just dropped and start your journey to explore the ancient magic world.
1. Craft a Darkened Apple
2. Find a meaningless animal
3. Feed it the Darkened Apple and watch it die
4. Quickly throw the Book into the resulting anomaly
5. Feast on the knowledge, and animal leftovers
A Strange New World:
This world is filled with all sorts of resources, this I have known for a long time… But today, I have discovered ore in this world with a somewhat dark shine to it, it makes me think of precious gems, but I sense a very mysterious presence within them. Hitting them with an iron pickaxe seems to be the minimal requirement to get some of these gems. There also seems to appear some rather strange dust, when I mine them, I’m sure I will find a use for this dust soon enough. It seems that Fortune levels increase the chance of getting this dust.
As you are reading this book, you might have already come across this item. Combining an Apple and Dark Gem results in a particular Apple that, when eaten, inflicts large amounts of damage for a specific time. If the entity dies because of this effect, it will leave behind some anomaly. I have yet to discover any uses for this phenomenon…
While caving, I occasionally encounter these grim rooms with Blood spread all over the floor. These Blood traces are probably caused by the battles of previous explorers with the countless mobs inhabiting these dungeons.
There seem to be specific structures in this world built by some ancient civilization that could infuse certain environmental powers into items. However, these processes appear to degrade the natural balance of the environment the more this process is used. This is possibly the main reason why that civilization isn’t around anymore today…
Using Dark Gems, I was able to enhance existing Glass Bottles to contain environmental weather. Throwing such a Weather Container inside the core of such a temple will absorb the current climate into the bottle.
I also discovered that certain items could be empowered using the unique properties of thunderstorms. These items can also be licensed when they are directly struck by lightning, but it seems very unlikely to predict where lightning will strike or is it…?
These temples seem to emit some energy; maybe I can find some way to detect this and discover new temples in the world?
Weather Container Benefits
Whether that is contained in these bottles can be reactivated when the bottles are thrown against something. But instead of breaking them, it might be more interesting to use them to craft several other neat items.
Our world is made up of Biomes; many different variations exist. Unfortunately, we can not choose the location of these Biomes, or at least not always.
One of the abilities of the Environmental Accumulator is that it can accept particular Biome Extract Bottles which it can fill with the Biome the machine is currently placed in. These bottles can be thrown anywhere on the ground to transform that area to the given Biome.
One major disadvantage of the Environmental Accumulator is that it will degrade its Biome over time, so the bottles coming out of it will become pretty useless. If only there were an alternative way to craft these Biome Extracts without harmful effects…
It seems that there are some new creatures in this world. This creature appears to be a pretty large type of dragonfly. It is a relatively peaceful creature during the daytime, but do not be fooled, for if you would venture too close in proximity of this insect, it will try to poison you as though it is some self-defense. However, at night, this beasty becomes subdued by an ancient evil and kills everything in its path. I deem myself lucky they have no other weapons besides actively looking me up at night to come and poison me. I managed to kill quite a few of these annoying things and carved some interesting poison sacs from their bodies. I have thrown them in a Bucket of Water, and the water absorbs the poison well when I throw in four of these. I have long done the same with Poisonous Potato’s as well. It can be helpful in a pinch for defending my evil lair… Ehm, I mean house… I named this creature after the dutch word for its kind because I did not want to confuse it with ordinary dragonflies for obvious reasons…
While I was exploring this world, I have taken a rest in many villages. One of the towns I rested in had a strange-looking fellow in it. I started talking to him, and it soon struck me he was not as interested in emeralds as the other people in his town. He started asking more and more questions about the dark ore I had discovered; we talked away hours and hours. He was so keen about getting his hands on them and other objects I have found that we ended up trading things for most of the rest of the day. When night had fallen, he took me to his house in the village, and he said I was most welcome to spend the night in his spare bedroom. I said I already rented a room at the local inn but thanked him for his kindness anyway. As I crawled into bed in the inn, I took a last glance at the moon, as I usually do before going to sleep, and I saw it was a lovely full moon. As I closed my eyes, all of a sudden, I heard a loud distressed shout and, after that, a wolf-like growl. The whole village looked through their windows, and we saw a tall wolf, walking on its hind legs. Everyone cowered in fear, but I, without fear nor doubt, took up my trusty dagger and gave it a pretty good beating. It was a powerful creature; his fur will make a lovely memento to his great fight…When I woke up the following day to conclude my trading session of the day before, my strange trading friend had taken a leave. There were claw marks all over his house, and there was blood on the floor; I still wonder if the peculiar wolves ate him… Or if perhaps he was a werewolf, as the villager’s gossip on… It looks like I can convert his drops to regular items when just placing them inside a Crafting Table.
Once upon a time, while I was visiting hell, I discovered a block of Netherrack that was a bit harder to break than usual. But after breaking the block, I noticed a little creature popping out, and it started to attack me. It lit me on fire, and I took some mild damage; luckily, I could kill it without much trouble.