This mod aims to enlarge minecraft brewing system with more useful potions.
To get the potions recipes in-game use a tool like JEI.
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The potion glint removal has been moved to its own standalone mod: NoMoreGlowingPots
- From version 0.3.1 to version 0.3.3.1 this mod depends on CompatLayer
- On version 0.3.4 the dependecy changes from CompatLayer to Janus Compatibility Library, a kind of reworked and stripped down version of CompatLayer. It is used for that version and that version only
- From version 0.3.4.1 this does not depend on anything
Potions and Recipes
Every single potion can be individually disabled in the config file.
All potions in this mod are brewed in the vanilla Brewing Stand with vanilla items and have the standard splash, lingering and arrow variants; some of them may also have redstone and glowstone enhancements.
I honestly love my Magnetism II potion, the only downside is that i have to constantly drink it. I fixed that. Combining any drinkable or vial potion in a 3x3 crafting grid with a slimeball in the center slot will allow you to craft a Mixed Potion with the effect of the combined potions while adding their duration together. For obvious reasons, mixing is only possible between identical potions, with the same duration and amplifier. Also note that modifing a mixed potion with gunpowder, dragon breath or arrows will not work. This option can be turned off in the config, but it will only remove the crafting recipe and JEI description, any existing mixed potion will still work as intended.
It is also possible to split them, by surrounding one drinkable potion with glass bottles or a splash/vial potion with empty vials. To perform the split, take out from the crafting grid result slot the empty bottle/vial. Again, modifying them in a brewing stand won't work.
Brewing Stand Tweak
There are two kind of people in this world, those who like the blaze powder requirement for brewing stands, and those who don't. I belong to the latter. A config now allows brewing stands to be powered by a fire underneath, or really anything made of fire/lava material. It is kinda slow, but I feel like it is a good compromise for fuel, it makes so much more sense to me. Note that blaze powder will still work, this is just an alternative. The option can be turned off in the config.
Vials are my version of a stackable potion system. Craft a potion with an empty vial to get a vial of the potion, or right click an empty vial to fill with the first potion found in your inventory. Vials apply the effect on the player immediately and can be stacked up to 16. To craft an empty vial make the same recipe of a glass bottle in the bottom rows and put a flint in the top-center slot.
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To-Do (In order of priority)
- More languages! If you want to contribute with your language, open an issue here and post the pastebin of the translated en_US.lang file. Make sure you specify what language it is ;)
- Nothing else! The mod is complete as it is. Might add and tweak potions whenever I feel like, though...
I won't offer support to anyone using an outdated version of this mod. (Experimental builds excluded)
Anyone else, you can open a new issue on Github
Will you backport?
No, for technical reasons that I have no control over, sorry :/
Thanks to Vazkii and wiiv for kindly providing the textures for the potion effects! <3