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/Mmcg/ - Modded Minecraft General FAQ

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  2. || /mcg/ FAQ Page ||
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  5. >=[Links]=<
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  7. Official stuff:
  8. * Website - http://minecraft.net
  9. * Forums - http://minecraftforum.net
  10. * Mojang - http://mojang.com
  11. * Wiki - http://minecraft.gamepedia.com
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  14. Mod downloads and wikis:
  15. * Curseforge (the biggest mod/texturepack/resources repository) - https://minecraft.curseforge.com/
  16. * Feed the Beast (another big repository) - http://feed-the-beast.com
  17. * FTB wiki (the biggest mod wiki) - https://ftbwiki.org/Feed_The_Beast_Wiki
  18. * The other ftb wiki (slightly less useful than the first) - https://ftb.gamepedia.com/
  19. * Japan forum (has some hidden gems, hope you speak 日本語)
  20. - https://forum.civa.jp
  21. * MCModBrowser
  22. - https://mcmodbrowser.neocities.org
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  24. Modding Tools and Documentation:
  25. * Current Forge docs (1.15/1.16)
  26. - https://mcforge.readthedocs.io
  27. * Forge docs GitHub archive (1.12-1.16)
  28. - https://github.com/MinecraftForge/Documentation
  29. * Forge docs GitHub archive (1.7)
  30. - https://skmedix.github.io/ForgeJavaDocs/javadoc/forge/1.7.10-10.13.4.1614/
  31. * Fabric mod loader (1.14+)
  32. - https://fabricmc.net/
  33. * Example mods (1.8-1.15)
  34. - https://github.com/TheGreyGhost/MinecraftByExample
  35. * McJty tutorials (1.10/1.12/1.14)
  36. - https://wiki.mcjty.eu/modding/index.php?title=Main_Page
  37. * Open source mods list
  38. - https://github.com/agaricusb/ForgeMod/wiki/List-of-Open-Source-Forge-Mods
  39. * A bunch of docs about mod development for 1.7
  40. - https://gtnh.miraheze.org/wiki/Development
  41. * A Guide for hosting your own server for <<<free>>> ["""free""" means paying with your personal info :^)]
  42. - https://blogs.oracle.com/developers/post/how-to-set-up-and-run-a-really-powerful-free-minecraft-server-in-the-cloud
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  44. Launchers:
  45. * Prism (Regularly updated general purpose launcher) https://prismlauncher.org/
  46. * PollyMC (Pirate friendly fork of Prism) https://github.com/fn2006/PollyMC
  47. * PonyMC (Certified clown launcher) https://www.reddit.com/r/PolyMCLauncher/
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  49. Old mod links (you might find good stuff in here, but it's best to stick to curseforge for general purpose searches):
  50. * Mod list - http://bot.notenoughmods.com
  51. * Another mod list - http://modlist.mcf.li
  52. * Resource links - http://minecraftforum.net/forum/41-
  53. * Beta repository - https://archive.org/details/minecraftbeta1.7.3modarchive
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  55. >=[Frequently Asked Stupid Questions]=<
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  57. Q: Does /vg/, /vm/, /mcg/ or /v/ have any official servers?
  58. A: /vm/ has some up pretty often, search for Minecraft there. See server list for /mcg/-oriented servers. Also, NOBODY CARES about server drama - if server is down, admins are dicks or you don't like a mod in any of those servers, don't bug the thread.
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  60. Q: I stopped playing months ago, what's new in Minecraft?
  61. A: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Version_history
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  63. Q: Thread is in autosage and nobody made a new one! What do?
  64. A: Copy and paste the OP and add "/mmcg/ - Modded Minecraft General" as subject. Pick a random Minecraft-related image or cool aesthetic/architecture/tech/landscape image and post it.
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  66. Q: What launcher should I use?
  67. A: PolyMC is the current flavor of multiMC fork.
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  69. Q: Does /mcg/ [dis]like [insert resource pack/mod/LPer/gamemode... here]? What modpack should I play???
  70. A: Different people have different tastes. Also Minecraft Let's players have stopped being relevant and what we have now are the dregs at the bottom of the barrel nobody bothered to clean, so keep that in mind. Same goes for modpacks. They're all terrible, except for TOYMY.
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  72. Q: How do I install mods?
  73. A: Download the Fabric or Forge modloaders, install for the version you want, and launch the game to generate the necessary files. then go through Curse's awful shitty search system until you find a mod you want, download it, and put it in your new mods folder in the minecraft directory. Check the mod's curse page for more specific installation requirements and dependencies.
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  75. Q: What's FLOAT?
  76. A: Dead 2012 /v/ meme. We already have FLAOT at home, it's called OWG.
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