Before going into any major detail regarding the Infernal Mobs Mod for Minecraft, first off it’d be best to point out that it’s highly recommended to have Minecraft Forge API installed before applying this mod. Forge basically streamlines the whole installation process and makes sure that the mod can function exactly how it should. Of course Forge isn’t a necessity, you can install the mod just fine without it but then the process becomes slightly more tedious and there’s also a pretty good chance that it doesn’t even function after the whole process is done so it’s basically recommended to use Forge with this mod.
Onto the actual details of the mod, what Infernal Mobs Mod basically does is that it adds a sort of RNG (Random Number Generator) element to the game. Have you ever played a game that uses some random calculations to determine what kind of insanely overpowered mod that it’s going to spawn? This mod basically does the same thing. This is actually quite interesting when applied to Minecraft since it creates some really weird creatures with ability combos that players probably haven’t even thought of before and overall it adds a lot of depth to the game.
Of course the mod adds its own abilities to the game that the mobs get to use. Some examples of the abilities are:
- The ability to shoot fireballs from really long ranges.
- The ability to lifesteal health by attacking anything.
- The ability to displace the target from its original location.
The aforementioned examples are just the tip of the iceberg and there are tons of other really interesting abilities that this mod grants to the in-game mobs. What’s great about using this mod is that it basically gives a fresh experience every single time. Due to the massive amount of ability combinations, every other mob you face will have a new combination of these abilities which keeps things entertaining and makes sure that the gameplay doesn’t begin to feel repetitive after a while.
Overall, if you think you’re a highly skilled hardcore Minecraft player and the usual challenge that this game offers simply isn’t enough for the talents you possess, the Infernal Mobs Mod is basically the perfect mod for you. Playing against these super powered mobs will test your skill to its absolute limit and give you an experience unlike any other.
List of mods and what they do:
1UP - Mob heals fully, once, upon getting low Alchimist - throws Potions at you Berserk - Mob deals double damage, but hurts itself on attacking Blastoff - Tosses Players into the air Bulwark - Mob has 50% damage resistance Choke - Drown on land, hit Mob to breathe for a moment Cloaking - Invisibility Potion effect on Mob Darkness - Blindness Potion effect on Player Ender - can teleport dodge attacks, reflecting damage on the Player Exhaust - Exhaust Potion effect on Player Fiery - sets Player on Fire Ghastly - shoots Fireballs Gravity - knocks back or pulls Players Lifesteal - heals from attacking Ninja - can teleport dodge attacks, reflecting damage on the Player Poisonous - poisons Player Quicksand - Slow Potion effect on Player Regen - heals Health back Rust - causes high amounts of wear on weapons and armour when fought Sapper - Hunger Potion effect on Player Sprint - high movement speed bursts Sticky - can snatch Items the Player attacks them with Storm - calls down Lightning Vengeance - reflects a portion of all damage done Weakness - Weakness Potion effect on Player Webber - spawns Webs at the Players legs Wither - Wither effect
Config values are for consecutive difficulties, and they depend on each other elite -> ultra -> infernal Only an elite will be considered for ultra rolls, only an ultra will be considered for infernal rolls
config values are "one in x". Math example: elite: 10, ultra: 5, infernal: 3 One in 10 mobs gets elite = 10% total chance One in 5 elites gets ultra; 0.1 * 0.2 = 2% total chance One in 3 ultras gets infernal; 0.02 * 0.33 = 0.66% total chance
Difficulty determines total amount of modifiers on mob, health buff on mob, and drop quality
Installation Infernal Mobs Mod:
- Check to see if you have Minecraft Forge installed from previous installation of other mods and ensure that it’s the latest version. If you don’t have it, download and install it before you continue.
- Download the mod and save it in downloads folder.
- Browse to %appdata% to locate your .minecraft folder then open the mods folder. If it is not there, you can create one.
- Go to the download folder and copy all the content of the mod then paste to the mod folder.
- Open Minecraft Launcher and select Forge profile.