What is Rainbeau’s Kitchen Sink Mod
Rainbeau’s Kitchen Sink Mod adds to the game various new recipes and small gameplay tweaks.
New Items: (those can’t be found in pure vanilla world of Minecraft)
“Add Clay Stairs and Slabs”: This option allows you to craft hardened and stained clay stairs and slabs. After all, who can’t use more color in their builds?
“Add Grass Stairs and Slabs”: This option allows you to create grass (as well as dirt, sand and gravel) stairs and slabs. They could be useful for landscaping. Grass and mycelium will spread to dirt stairs and slabs just as to regular dirt blocks, and grass stairs and slabs, like regular grass blocks, can be turned into paths by right-clicking them with a shovel. Grass and mycelium stairs and slabs, when harvested without silk touch, will simply yield dirt stairs or slabs, just as normal grass and mycelium blocks yield only regular dirt blocks.
“Add Stone Stairs and Slabs”: This option allows you to craft various types of stone stairs, slabs and walls. It’s weird when they were missing from the vanilla game, right?
“Add Wool Stairs and Slabs”: Slabs and stairs of wool. Simply why not?
“Replace Cobblestone Walls”: Replace the default cobblestone and mossy cobblestone walls with custom versions. They do not look any different, but they will connect properly to new wall types.
“Replace Fence Gates”: Replace default fence gates with custom versions. There’s no visual difference, but the custom versions will connect properly to new wall types.
New Recipes: New recipes for old items not craftable in vanilla Minecraft.
“Cobwebs”: You can craft cobwebs from string and slime. (Why slime? Well, something has to make them sticky!)
“Glowstone Dust”: Glowstone dust can be created by mixing redstone dust, gunpowder and yellow dye.
“Grass Block”: Grass blocks can be crafted by surrounding a dirt block with seeds.
“Horse Armor”: Horse armor can be crafted with a combination of regular armor pieces and wool.
“Mycelium Block”: Mycelium blocks can be created with dirt blocks and mycelium spores, which drop from mooshrooms.
“Nametag”: Nametags are created with paper and iron ingots.
“Nether Star”: Allows crafting of nether stars, if you’re not inclined to have to kill withers to get them. They’re not cheap, though, as each one requires four wither skeleton skulls, four quartz blocks and a diamond block.
“Saddle”: Saddles are made from leather, string and iron ingots.
“Slimeball”: Slimeballs are crafted with clay, water and lime dye.
Mob Options: Options altering mob behavior.
“Endermen Drop Pearls”: Endermen will always drop at least one ender pearl when killed, and will sometimes drop two.
“Fewer Village Doors”: Villages only need to have a single door per villager, rather than 2.9 doors. This allows villages to have larger populations. Villager breeding mechanics are otherwise unaltered.
“Mobs Drop Heads”: Creepers, skeletons and zombies have a small chance of dropping their heads when killed.
“No Creeper Block Damage”: Creepers still explode and damage nearby players and mobs, but do no block damage. Other forms of mob griefing are unaffected by this option, so endermen can still move dirt around, villagers can still farm, sheep can eat grass, etc.
Commands: Allows you to utilize a few “slash” commands.
“Allow /back”: This command takes you back to where you last teleported from, or to where you last died.
“Allow /home”: This command, of course, takes you back to your bed or to a preset “home” location.
“Allow Extra Homes”: This sets how many (if any) “home” locations you can have in addition to your bed. Locations are defined with /sethome <name> and removed with /delhome <name>. (Range 0-10; Default 3.)
“Allow Rain Adjustment”: This allows you access to commands to stop or start rainfall. The commands, logically enough, are /rainstart and /rainstop.
“Allow Time Adjustment”: This allows you access to commands to set the time to sunrise or sunset. The commands are /sunrise and /sunset, as you probably could have guessed.
World Options: Options altering how the world works.
“Cocoa in Chests”: Cocoa beans can sometimes be found in chests in abandoned mineshafts. So even if you haven’t yet found a jungle, you might still manage to get a bit of brown dye.
“Flat Bedrock”: Bedrock generates as a single flat layer instead of as a jagged mess.
“More Music”: Dungeon chests have a chance of containing ANY music disk, not just “13” and “Cat.”
Rainbeau’s Kitchen Sink 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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