Minecraft

Hell yeah

Anyways, Modpacks! I've selected these for varying reasons which you will be able to read up! Several of these support alternative modes, such as skyblock (and some others), while others are just a bit cool. Let's dive in!


Project Ozone 2

Minecraft Version: 1.7.10

Mod Count: 218

Modes: Normal, Titan, Kappa

Mode Support: Normal map, Skyblock, Sky Islands, Sky Lands, Snow map

Project Ozone 2 is a quest mod pack with three different modes: Normal, Titan, and Kappa. With 218 mods, it's a general 'kitchen sink' pack which manages to require you to go in-depth for many of the mods to progress to the 'end.' There are a lot of fun mods in here and the interactions between the mods is fun. Normal, Titan, Kappa just changes how difficult recipes are, nothing else.


Agrarian Skies (1/2)

Minecraft Version: 1.6.4/1.7.10

Mod Count: 111/~150

Modes: Normal, Hardcore

Mode support: Skyblock

Agrarian Skies the original quest map pack, guiding you through out it all. It's a modded skyblock with a fancy world instead of the normal floating dirt block. One of the first mod packs I tried out, both are pretty fun. 1 has less maps available but are still good, 2 has more maps available but the multiplayer map isn't as good.

The difference between them is, of course, that 1 is on an older version of minecraft. However, it is also a more 'complete' back, with the quest book that comes with it having much more of an ending and direction. 2 is still great, it just doesn't have quite the closer that 1 has.


Awakening

Minecraft Version: 1.7.10

Mod Count: 283

Modes: N/A

Mode Support: Normal Map

Awakening is pretty cool. It's sort of like PO2 but with some more mods and the mods are a bit more related to each other. It's main goal is to be a highly integrated, long term mod pack, so it has a ton of mods which all work with each other. It also has custom world gen which is pretty neat. A fun general purpose pack.


Modern Skyblock 3

Minecraft Version: 1.12.2

Mod Count: 278

Modes: Kitchen sink, staged, gated

Mode Support: Skyblock, Sky Islands, Some others

Skyblock! This is probably the biggest sky block modpack out there, with over 250 mods. It has three modes:

  • Kitchensink mode - You may play through any mod you want at any time, allowing you to become OP in the first few hours. There will still be many quests to complete that will keep you playing for a while.
  • Staged Mode - To progress through one mod you need to progress through another. Even though there are no recipe changes, not being able to use certain items adds a layer of difficulty. However, if you dislike a certain mod, you can usually simply rush through its quests.
  • Gated Mode - just like Staged Mode, but to unlock the next stage you need to hand in certain items from the required stages. That means that you need to progress through every mod and you can't simply rush through them.

It has a ton of quests (1000+) and with the amount of content I doubt we would be stuck not knowing what to do for a long time.

Takes a little while to load though >.>


Space Astronomy 2

Minecraft Version: 1.10.2

Mod Count: 200

Modes: N/A

Mode Support: Normal

SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!!!!!
While some of the other packs have space stuff, this one has a big focus on it.


Sevtech Ages

Minecraft Version: 1.12.2

Mod Count: 263

Modes: N/A

Mode Support: Normal and a bunch of others

This is an awesome mod pack. It's similiar to some of the other large, gated modpacks but it has a twist: not only does it feature a lot of smaller, less popular mods, but you physically cannot craft, hold, or see blocks past your 'technological level.' That means you can't see all of the ores right off the bat and if you find a chest before you're able to use it, it'll just fall right out of your inventory. The pack takes you through several different ages, and it's pretty fun throughout.


That covers the big ones. If you have any questions about any of them I'll try my best to answer them. These are all pretty fun though and I'm excited to play them :)

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