Aether II mod is quite an extensive mod that’s been brought for Minecraft adding in an opposite realm to the Nether.
This mod is actually the sequel to the Aether I. In this mod there’s been a lot changes since the days of the Aether I, but there yet prevails a collaboration between people from various different disciplines with a common goal and desire of generating a dimension that will be fresh and exclusive enough.
The Aether has brought with itself a bunch of enormous mechanical features to boost the experience both in the Aether and everywhere else in Minecraft.
First of all comes in the list the party system. Formerly in Minecraft, the only and single approach to create a group with others without having to worry about things such as friendly fire were from overlaying plugins such as factions or towny over a Minecraft server. Now with this feature party system, you have the privilege to form a party with your friends, complete with an overlay UI which lets you see who’s in your party, their health, their hunger, their armour and the amount of coins they have, without the need for plugins! Players are allowed to name their own party. The maximum number of players is a party is 10.
Dungeons system insulates dungeons from the real world and functions with the party system. Dungeon blocks regenerate promptly if it’s broken. That means no one can get inside, not even with creative mode. The dungeon system have the need of players to form a party first instead of players rushing into a dungeon and demolishing whatever’s there and looting,. When the party is formed and ready, you right-click on the dungeon door and everyone ensures if they’re ready. Since a party accumulates only10 players, dungeons will present a decent and moderate challenge to players. Only one party can be present in a dungeon at any given time.
Dungeons have three modes.
- The first mode is “available” meaning the dungeon is free for any party to enter.
- The second mode is “occupied”, meaning a party is already inside the dungeon.
- The third mode is “conquered”, which occurs after a player in your party has exhausted that dungeon.
A dungeon turns exhausted for a player either after the player finishes it or leaves when inside the dungeon three times. This stops players from running the same dungeon for easy loot.
Dungeons also regenerate their loot, mini-bosses and bosses after a party leaves it. That means that content is available for other parties. This makes sure everyone gets an opportunity at dungeons, rather than whoever gets there first.
The first dungeon that this mod has in its addition is the Sliders’ Labyrinth. This dungeon enlarges a whole island. It keeps the meaning that you’ll have no unavailability of loot to grab, enemies to fight or chambers to explore. That’s a nice thing!!!
The dungeon has got three mini bosses which must be whitewashed and beaten before you can gain access to the final boss, the Slider. There’s always a couple of new twists and surprises with this boss, so be watchful!
Moas are the peaceful and royal giant birds. They populate the Aether in three different colours:
- And Black.
Wild Moas cannot be tamed. They sporadically drop eggs of their corresponding colour. These eggs can be nurtured with the Incubator block (using Ambrosium Torches). Once the eggs are incubated, they can be fed with the Aechor Petals of Aechor Plants. They need 8 petals in total to grow, but are not always hungry and will sometimes refuse your offer (which can be done by right clicking them with the Aechor Petal). When grown, you have now entirely tamed the Moa. So saddle is here to be placed on their backs to ride.
- Blue Moas can perform 3 mid-air jumps
- White Moas can perform 4 mid-air jumps and
- Black Moas can perform 8 mid-air jumps.
Flying Pigs can be found roaming around the Aether. Occasionally they can be found flying freely through the air. These can be saddled with a Saddle, and flown around without having to deal with a taming process. This lets the players to rapidly hop into the action. However, Flying Pigs can jump only one time. They do not gain the advantage of mid-air jumps like the powerful flying Moas.
Aerwhales are considered as the gentle giants of the Aether. These can be found floating in the horizon, munching on Golden Oaks and strips of Blue Aerclouds as the sun climbs higher in the sky. When the sun falls.
Cockatrices are the creatures that crawl away from their well-hidden nests, ready to attack. Peaceful as they may seem, these deadly birds shoot toxic needles at you when provoked. They are one of the few hostile mobs in the Aether.
- You need to download Minecraft Forge
- You need to download Player API
- You will also need to download Player Render API
- Now go to your search bar, type %appdata% and hit enter.
- When inside the Roaming folder, go inside the .minecraft folder.
- Then from there, go to the bin folder and open minecraft.jar file with WinRAR or another program that can open it.
- After that put the files from Forge, Player API and Player Render into your minecraft.jar file (in order of Forge first, Player API and Render Player API second).
- Now go back to the .minecraft folder. If there isn’t a mods folder, please create one.
- Get the “AetherII_Alpha_v1.02_MC1.5.1.zip” file and put inside the mods folder. After that, it should be working fine!
- Enjoy the Aether, and watch the ledges.
Downloads:Aether II Mod for Minecraft 1.5.1,