About this project
Aquaculture 2 expands the fishing system in Minecraft with over 30 new fish to catch, it also adds a series of new rods which allows you to equip hooks additional functionality.
This is only a port from the original mod which you can download from here, it has limited functionality, this means not all of the mechanics are present on this configuration due to the limitations of ItemsAdder (and my knowledge).
Remember, this are only the configuration files, the owner of the original mod did not allowed me to use their textures, to you'll have to manually download the mod, extract the assets and place them into this resource folders. Don't worry, keep reading to learn how to do so.
- Download the original mod from here
- Once downloaded, right-click on the .JAR file and open it with WinRar (or similar software)
- Click on the "assets" folder
- Then, click on the "aquaculture" folder
- Drag the "models" and "textures" from that folder into your desktop (or any other folder you have)
- Copy both folders we dragged before into: plugins/ItemsAdder/contents/zibuu/resource_pack/assets/aquaculture/
You'll see something similar to this:
- Reload your server
- Review all of the files, in case you want to disable a crafting recipe or loot table
- This assets is fully compatible with my other resources (Drugs and Pam's Harvestcraft)
- Set-up your language into your ItemsAdder config.yml to set the mod language, currently there's only two available languages: Spanish (es) and English (en).
What this pack includes
- Original crafting recipes
- Configuration to be used with the original textures
- Loot-tables for fishing
- Dictionaries for two languages (Spanish and English) feel free to contribute and share your own language to be included <3
- Neptunium Armor set-up
- Lots of love from me (if you need it) <3
IMPORTANT: Due to the limitations of ItemsAdder i couldn't bring all of the original features, so i improvised and made-up some other features to replace them and/or compliment them, MAKE SURE to review all of the configuration files so you know what you're dealing with, disables stuffs you don't want, etc.