My Minecraft Mod, The Tea Shaders 1.16.5, has taken it to the next level. I can now generate a fully functioning Tea Plant and use the leaves to make powerful potions and food. This mod actually allows you to harvest leaves and freeze them to use as food, which will prevent the zombies from being able to get at your frozen loot. You will also discover that you are able to cook those leaves into blocks of ice which you can then sell for ice cream or whatever you desire. This mod really adds a lot to the MineCraft experience.
I was very hesitant to add this because I am not exactly sure how the game handles blocks with fluids and whatnot, but after some research I realized that the liquids are not affected by any sort of block. So the leaders worked great! I also realized that there were some other mods out there that did the same thing and used my existing water resource so they could generate saltpeter, which is essentially salt. So, with these two resources available I was able to craft shapes that would work in conjunction with these other resources and would give me even more of an edge.
After installing the mod, I started to play the game and was blown away by the graphics. Everything became clearer, the leaders made the environment look very life-like and real, and it really looked like the game was in 3D. It was really cool to play. The only problem was that I didn’t know where to find these readers, which is where I came across this guide.
It was an absolute joy finding all of the recipes for the mod. There were even many recipes that gave you more than one item from each plant. For example, if you used vanilla shaders and placed them on a brick, then it would produce only one piece of the block. But placing too vanilla shaders together made two blocks, and using three made four blocks. With these recipes, you can make shaders!
If you’re worried about where to find all of these recipes, you can also check out my other mod, which gives you recipes for every block in the game. Using this method, you’ll be able to gather all the blocks you need for your project, and have everything you need right at your fingertips. Not only that, but using this mod, you won’t have to do much work in the game, other than placing down the block that you want to place. When placing a block, it will move the block around in the world to make it where you want it.
It’s such a great feeling knowing that you can craft shapes that would look so real in-game! You can have all sorts of different textures, and you can make everything from grass to bricks! These are just a few things to think about, when using the Minecraft Mod. I highly recommend checking it out! I’ve heard people rave about how much they loved this game as a kid, and now I know why. It’s great fun, and the mod really makes your imagination work!