Original thread name: Scrydan does Datapack things to Minecraft - 1.16 Minecraft Java Datapack Requests
Greetings! Making this thread because I thought it could be fun.
Keep in mind I won't do every request and can ignore anyone who doesn't follow the rules. All good?
Now then, let's get into some fun things.
The other time I made a randomizer tool. Now, I will reveal some of the work I did on my datapack simply known as ScryWorld.
~== ScryWorld Datapack ==~
What does it do? Well for one, it tweaks loot tables (block drops, chest loot, mob drops, etc), crafting recipes, and so much more. It also adds in a couple of systems through functions. There's lots of helpful commands, and even some that makes it easy to prank people if you're into that. Chicken Spies for everyone.
Vault Storage System
It is quite a simple system. You use trigger commands to store specific items away. At the moment, in its beta state, there are no limits. There's plans to make it possibly require you to unlock more space via sacrificing materials or something. Open to suggestions.
How does it work?
/trigger tran_stone set 1
= Deposit 1 stone to the vault, it will keep attempting to deposit until the number has been reached. Then will count up your bank_stone for future withdraw. You can in a way make a farm that spits items at you and you'll deposit them all automatically. Again, this can be configurable in the future to be a one time request or only able to specifically do this under certain circumstances.
/trigger tran_stone set -1
= Withdraw 1 stone. Setting this number higher than what you have has no effect. Might as well be 0. And in the future, may do just that if none are found.
What are some of the things you can store? Most common items, and even liquid in buckets! Water, lava, you name it. This makes it REAL easy to suck up lots of lava in the nether and store the liquid away and not need so many buckets. And then hold an empty bucket and withdraw lava to be then used for furnaces. Real nice!
Again, this can be changed and tweaked to require buckets themselves to be stored...making it more expensive to store liquid. Or maybe make the option unlockable.
Auto Torch Placement
Are you lazy? Don't answer that. OF COURSE you are! Why go around and manually place torches? Why not let the game detect your light level and place it for you in a configurable light level detection (7-13)?
That's right. The system can let you know it is dark and you can auto place torches from your inventory. It is in the beta phase but it works fairly well. Only currently places it on a suitable ground block, it will in the future maybe attempt to do walls if you configure it to do so.
This also can work with your bank_torch vault so you can craft tons and tons of torches, and then go crazy and light up everything without fear. What a fun day it is to be lazy!
Do you wish some materials could be more condensed or even uncrafted? Does that not make sense? Possibly, but think of it as jamming stuff together or magic. Yeah, let's go with magic!
Well several things have now been enabled for that. Wood items in particular can now easily be uncrafted into their basic component. And with trees dropping sticks, don't you wish you could like slam some sticks together into planks? Well you can! Because you're a Minecrafter pro, you know the secrets to jam two sticks together into planks. And take 4 planks to jam them back into a log. But you want a bark block? Well it can be used to condense logs. Takes 4, instead of 3. But also can be uncrafted into logs. Stairs, slabs, and many wood related things can be uncrafted into sticks or planks accordingly. Then that can all be condensed into the base material for easy storage.
Never worry about making too much, just...unmake some of it.
Break glass and various blocks without a care!
Want to move your window? Forgot your silk touch? Damn. You can't move that block, right? WRONG! You can even break it by hand and it will always drop the glass. Even via explosions.
Anything that would have dropped nothing that's not stone...now drops...something appropriate. Because that was a terrible design decision and I am correcting it.
Mob eggs are cool! I want one!
This is some dangerous magic, but you can craft these! You might need to kill lots of that mob first though. What can you do with an egg besides spawn a mob? Something possibly OP...but you will need to spend some serious work.
Mob Spawners are craftable!
This combined with the above allows you to make your farm anywhere. However, there's a serious price to pay depending on how it is configured. You may need to only spend a ton of iron...or maybe even netherite blocks? I am still thinking of a good way to make this difficult but fair to craft. The power of it is amazing, but I want to think of a fair crafting recipe. Currently, it only requires a block of iron and iron bars. But that's very easy. So maybe a block of netherite may make it more balanced?
Optional: Admin Only Bedrock Mover!
Would it be neat if you could pick up bedrock in Minecraft while playing survival? Well with this magical item...you can! This item works via right clicking and holding it down. It will break bedrock, stone, and other configurable things like nothing.
You will, however, need to be tagged/teamed as an admin (whichever is configured).
This could also technically be used in regular survival by regular players...so long as you trust them all well enough to not bedrock trap each other. There's plans to craft with bedrock as well, so if you got some suggestions leave them my way!
Thanks to 1.16, this datapack has added several new custom dimensions. Mostly experimental of course, but there's one peaceful dimension which is always day and in caves no hostile mobs can spawn. Not even in spawners. (everywhere is treated as if it was 100% bright)
There's also...The Nightmare
. Do be careful. You cannot pass the night in this dimension...it is always dark and always considered dark. Mobs spawned within here are super charged to kill easily.
There's also generated dungeon dimensions on my server (through a plugin) so you can like in an MMO fashion get a group of people to gether to tackle it for amazing awards to beat the harder mobs within.
And so much more!
I could probably make a wiki with all the information this datapack can do. It will likely be attempted to be split, or better yet...
...this is all configurable via a site download. You configure it, my site will then setup your custom download. So if you want to disable anything, it would be easy to do so. Or even just flat out customize it more to your standards.
This will work similar to Vanilla Tweaks, except in that this will allow you to make things customized EVEN easier. I'd like to know your thoughts. What are some things you'd like to see? I probably done it one way or another.
Right, now for the request portion of this thread. I will need everyone interested to follow the rules section or else they may not be done.
1): It must be something useful to many people and not too specific. If it does sound cool, I may consider it...but keep in mind I will likely reject the request.
2): It must be actually possible. This is obvious but if you make an obvious bad request without researching it being possible, it will be ignored.
3): You may request up to 5 small ideas, 3 medium ones, or one large idea. Could go for a 1-2 small ideas and a medium one as well. I'll decide whether or not it is worth my time.
4): After making a post here, and I think it looks good, I will let you know and you can contact me for further details.
I am also a site developer for this site, and do have lots of work ahead of me, so please keep that in mind.
However, if you got some fun requests please let me know!
I would also like to request that all requesters should check out my server to test some of these requests. Information will be given once requests are made. And if none are made, well I still got several ideas myself.
Be a cool person and check out this thread and comment on it!
There's custom dimensions and really neat sorcery you can enjoy!
Scrydan does Datapack things to Minecraft - 1.16 Minecraft Java Datapack Requests
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