Minecraft Bookshelf 1.16.3/1.15.2

Minecraft Mods ozbi October 29, 2020

Minecraft Bookshelf form blocks that serve as both a decorative block and a new way to increase the power of the magnifying process.

Minecraft Bookshelf is produced in libraries located inside castles, some buildings of villages, and Woodland Mansions. A single bookshelf can be processed by arranging six wooden planks and three books. When a bookshelf is destroyed without the touch of silk, 2-3 books will fall. Books are very important for developing Magic tables. When placed close to one, it will start sending floating white symbols (the Galactic Alphabet) to the book on the spell table.

This gives a player a chance to get better spells, although this is not guaranteed. In order for it to work, there must be a bookshelf at a distance of two blocks from the fascinating table, empty space, and no obstacles between it (even a torch can disable it). If stacked three blocks high, the library will still be closed. A fascinating table can be connected to up to 15 bookshelf blocks within the coverage. Any additional books do not contribute to what is a fascinating effect. Books can also be used to craft a lectern.

Feature

  • Lazy loading for Forge records.
  • Lazy loading for commands.
  • A large collection of various utility functions.
  • Weighted Record Books
  • Markdown Table Generator
  • A lot of other things.

Usage Tips

How to install Bookshelf

1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.

2. Download a Forge compatible mod from this site.

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3. Open Minecraft, click the ‘Mods’ button on the main menu, then click ‘Open Mods Folder’.

Windows:

  • Press the Windows key and R at the same time
  • Type %appdata% and press enter
  • Find the Minecraft folder and then look for the Mods folder within that

Mac:

  • Click on the desktop and then press Command+Shift+G all at the same time
  • Type ~/Library and press enter
  • Open the folder Application Support and then Minecraft

4. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar or .zip file) into the Mods folder.

5. Start Minecraft, and you should now see the mod you have installed in the list!



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