What is Fidelis Mod
Fidelis Mod allows players to soulbind items, preventing important items from being destroyed, lost upon death, or being stolen by other players. The mod lets you to choose which items should be used to soulbind other items and the amount of experience required for it. Besides, items that have been soulbound with Fidelis won’t be lost upon death and also cannot be destroyed with lava or cactus or the void, and also can’t ‘expire’ in the world. Especially, other players cannot use them no matter what.
Fidelis is designed to be largely configurable, employing 4 different configuration items through the use of a JSON config.
* This is an array of JSON dictionaries that can be used to soulbind items to players. It takes up to 4 parameters – “item”, “damage”, “quantity” and “levels”. The first 3 parameters determine the item used, and the last one is used to determine how many experience levels are used. “item” takes an identification string, such as “minecraft:nether_star”. “damage” and “quantity” are both strings.
* This is an array of JSON dictionaries, taking very similar parameters to “fidelis”. The exception, however, is there are only two parameters – “item” and “damage”, and this array determines what items can’t be soulbound to players.
* Only really useful if you have Tinkers’ Construct installed, this array will be used instead of “fidelis” for Tinkers’ Construct items, however they can only be applied through a Tool Station or Tool Forge, similar to normal modifiers. In addition, instead of an array of JSON dictionaries, it’s an array of arrays of JSON dictionaries, as modifiers can take multiple items. Also note that quantity and levels are omitted.
* Normally, when items are dropped, it creates an EntityItem for the item. However, while this is true, if an item doesn’t create a special EntityItem, Fidelis will override this entity and replace it with EntityLoyalItem, which will return the item to your inventory if the item would be destroyed.
Fidelis Mod Review:
Fidelis Mod installing instruction:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge
- Download the mod.
- Head to %appdata%.
- Head to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and put the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- If it does not exist, you can create one.
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