Millénaire Mod – Minecraft is no doubt a great game that has multitudes of ways to keep its players absolutely hooked onto it in various different ways. Whether it’s exploring the massive game world, crafting a new item, finding a rare ore, slaying a massive beast, digging through into the underworld, creating a whole structure or doing something else, there’s just always some way you can keep busy when playing this game but despite all of this, one thing that Minecraft has always lacked is some actual liveliness.
The lack of liveliness is something that isn’t really visible right from the get-go but if you play single player often you’ll realize that there’s a sort of emptiness in the game world and it feels like you’re the only one there which tends to have a negative impact on the experience. Fortunately, the Millénaire Mod is here and it seems to have been designed exactly with this issue in mind. Upon applying this mod you’ll rarely ever have this issue again because the game world will become much more populous and there will be people wherever you look. At times it might even become overcrowded but generally the mod makes the world much more lively and vibrant.
What the Millénaire Mod basically does is that it adds a bunch of randomly generated villages to the game. All the villages share a similar theme but the structure of every single one is different since they’re all being generated randomly. Inside each village are tons of NPCs who are going about minding their own business. The NPCs are really well designed as well as they all have their own tasks to complete. They don’t just stand there be there for the sake of being there, they actually do stuff which is exactly how it should be.
Villagers are of different kinds, some are lumbermen who have the job of chopping trees and bringing wood to the village, some are farmers who grow food for the people of the village and there are even merchants who travel from village to village establishing trade and such.
The mod implements some unique villages as well like the Artisinal Village which exists to provide tools and weapons or the Military Village which can provide shelter if you ever end up being chased by wild monsters who won’t seem to stop.
Millenaire Mod 1.10.1 Changelog
- New: custom buildings. It is now possible to have villagers live in buildings built by the player
- Once built, those buildings can be “declared” in a controlled village using the summoning wand
- A new controlled village can be created in a building designed by the player using the wand on a gold block
- Fixed a major bug that can caused repeating errors if other mods were added
- Fixed a bug that could make Minecraft crash when viewing certain Millénaire screens
- Fixed a bug that made it impossible to open Millénaire chests with signs above them
- Fixed various other bugs
- Improved logs: repeated errors are now posted on one line only
- Some speed optimizations
Millenaire Mod 1.10.1 Installation
- Download the mod.
- Install the Minecraft Forge API
- Extract the .jar file from the download.
- Copy the extracted .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.
- Enjoy the mod.