Ore Shrubs Mod brings back the bushes that capable of producing Ore in the form of nuggets to the latest Minecraft versions. If you have ever played mod packs of the old version of Minecraft, then perhaps you are too familiar with the bushes buried deep in the cave that gives out berries which have properties of ores. To be more precise, these bushes look like ordinary bushes except that if you harvest them, you will receive berries that can be used to craft into ore.
Maybe you remember these shrubs, that let berries grow with properties of normal ore nuggets. People thought they are gone from this world, but no! They are back! In deep caves, deeper in the hell or high above in the End, there they grow. Only true adventures are brave enough to collect them… ..or you just to lazy to go mining. Don’t waste time whith mining, sit back and watch them grow! Now you can make custom shrubs!
- Various ore shrubs that spawn in the overworld, nether and the end.
- Ore Berries can be crafted to the corresponding nuggets or ingots.
- A shrub trap that can be enchanted and cause mobs to drop additional experience.
- Loot Bags with random chest loot! Can be crafted from random berries.
- Forgotten Shrines will be generated in the world. Inside of them grow a Random shrub.
Ore Shrub Block
- Normal ores that generate in the overworld have ore shrubs that also spawn in the overworld. If a ore generate naturally in the Nether or the End the shrub will generate there too.
- The default ore shrubs only can grow if the light level is below 10, if the light level is higher they will start shrinking.
- They naturally generate on stone, but once you harvest them you can replace them on every solid block.
- That are the berries you can harvest from the ore shrub blocks if they are fully grown.
- You can craft them to the material out of the shrub is. For example a gold berries can crafted to a gold nugget.
- If a nugget type of a ore are not avaiable you can craft directly nine berries to a ingot.
Compressed Ore Berries
- Some times the berries can take to much space in your chests, then you can craft four of them to a compressed one.
- Compressed experience berries can also be consumed, you will get tha same amount of experience as out of four single ore berries.
Forgotten Shrines, Random Shrubs & Random Berries
- While you explore your world you will notice some strange looking shrines with a single shrub on a obsidian block.
- These random shrubs are special shrubs and different to normal shrubs. This shrub only grow if it has at least a light level of 13! Otherwise it will start shrink and will turn in a withered shrub.
- Random berries are the harvest from the shrub. These are hard to get, because the random shrub will only grow slowly.
- These berries can be used to craft loot bags, a shrub trap or you right click them to get a random berry from all availables.
- It’s exactly what it is. It’s nearly useless, but you can craft a wither trap out of it or the shrub fertilizer.
- The shrub trap will kill mobs easly for you and the best thing is, you can enchant them!
- With a Damage enchanting, Looting and Fire Damge. If the trap has at least Looting I it will also drop experience from every killed mob.
- You can craft it to a ‘Wither Proofed’ variant, while it will take no damage from the wither!
- The shrub fertilizer can be used to speed up the growth process of the ore shrubs, but once they have thier full size the effect is less effective. The random shrub can not be speed up for getting the berries faster.
- You craft it out of a empty bag, four bone meal and either four berries or four withered shrubs.
- The empty bag is just a crafting compontent.
How to install:
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.