I was looking for a Rustic Mod and I found Rustic. It's a mod that brings back the feeling of exploration with an old world feel to it. Rustic is full of new things, from medieval-themed content, to butterflies! Rustics includes new mobs as well as some decorative blocks that will make your Minecraft experience more immersive than ever before. If you're looking for more Rustic in your life then this mod is perfect for you!
On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.
Rustic Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 Download Links:
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Obtained by smelting rotten flesh.
Can be used to craft candles.
Can be disabled in the mod’s config file.
Tiny Pile of Iron Dust
Obtained by evaporating ironberry juice.
Can be smelted into an iron nugget.
Slate is a stone variant that spawns commonly throughout the overworld. It can be crafted into a variety of decorative building blocks. The spawn frequency can be modified through the mod’s config file.
Stone pillars can be crafted from any of the four vanilla stone types, as well as slate. They can be placed along any of the three axes.
Candles are decorative light sources made from iron, string, and either beeswax or tallow. They can be placed on the sides or top of solid blocks, just like torches.
Chain can be crafted with iron, and can be used as a replacement for ladders, or for decoration. Chains can be placed horizontally, off of solid blocks, or vertically, hanging from a solid block or more chain. Right-clicking a chain block with chain in your hand will attempt to place more chain blocks underneath the chain block you clicked. This allows you to easily create long lines of vertical chain.
Rope can be crafted with string, and can be used as a replacement for ladders, for decoration, or for growing grapes. Ropes can be placed horizontally, off of solid blocks, or vertically, hanging from a solid block or more rope. Right-clicking a rope block with rope in your hand will attempt to place more rope underneath the rope block you clicked. This allows you to easily create long lines of vertical rope. Ropes can also be tied to crop stakes. Tied crop stakes count as solid blocks for supporting rope.
Chandelier Rings can be crafted with iron and chain. They are most useful for decoration, as torches and candles can be placed on the sides of the block. For the best looking chandeliers, it is suggested that you hang the chandelier ring from a chain or rope.
Clay Walls can be crafted with clay and wood. Their sole purpose is decoration. There are three different clay wall blocks, each with a different support beam pattern.
Painted Wood can be crafted with any eight wood planks surrounding any color of dye. They can be used for decoration, and can be made in all 16 dye colors.
Iron Lattice can be crafted from iron. Their sole purpose is decoration. They connect to adjacent lattice blocks and solid blocks. Right-clicking a lattice block with leaves in your hand will place leaves onto the lattice.
Lanterns can be crafted with iron and coal, and they emit light. They can be placed on the sides, top, or bottom of any block.
Gargoyles are statues of monstrous creatures, which can crafted with stone, stone slabs, and stone pressure plates. Their sole purpose is decoration. They can be oriented in an of the four cardinal directions.
Tables can be crafted with sticks wooden planks. The planks used in crafting affect the type of table you get. Tables can be made with any vanilla wood types, as well as olive wood and ironwood. Their sole purpose is decoration. Tables connect to adjacent tables so that only the corners of connected tables have legs.
Chairs can be crafted with sticks wooden planks. The planks used in crafting affect the type of chair you get. Chairs can be made with any vanilla wood types, as well as olive wood and ironwood. Their sole purpose is decoration. Right-clicking a chair will allow you to sit in it, and sneaking will allow you to dismount.
Cabinets can be made with wood planks and trapdoors. They can be oriented in any of the four cardinal directions, and can also be mirrored, allowing for many different placement configurations. Cabinets will connect to cabinets below them, as long as they are facing the same direction and have the same mirror state. Cabinets hold as many items as a chest (27), and double cabinets hold as many items as a double chest (54). Cabinets can only be opened from their front face. They are also fully loot table compatible.
Pots can be made with hardened clay. They can hold as many items as a chest (27). Upon placement, pots receive a random texture. This texture persists through saves, and other players in multiplayer will see the same texture as you do. There are currently 6 different variants available.
Barrels can be crafted with any wood planks, any wood slabs, and iron. They hold as many items as a chest (27).
Liquid Barrels can be crafted with any wood planks, any wood slabs, and iron. They hold up to 16 buckets of liquid, and will retain their contents when destroyed. Liquid Barrels can only hold liquids that are not gaseous, and are below a certain temperature. If left outside in the rain, liquid barrels will slowly collect water, but only if they are empty or contain water already.
When Rustic is installed, the vanilla armor HUD is modified. It is allowed to extend into a second row if necessary (further rows will never be used unless you are using mods that extend vanilla’s limit on the player’s armor stat, which is 40). Additionally, when the player’s armor toughness stat is greater than zero, an extra HUD element will appear above the food meter to display the exact armor toughness stat. Each Half shield is equivalent to one unit of toughness. The toughness bar will only ever take up a maximum of two rows (further rows are not possible unless you are using mods that extend vanilla’s limit on armor toughness, which is 30).
Both the extra armor rows and the armor toughness bar can be individually disabled in the mod’s config file.