Tutorial:hexxit beginner’s guide

Minecrafty High Adventure

The most impressive part about Hexxit is that it focuses the player’s experience without betraying the core spirit of Minecraft. It is not an RPG, there are no stats. It is not a story game, there are no pre-made structures. It is Minecraft in every single way.

I like to think of Minecraft like a generic set of Lego blocks: you can do most anything with them as long as you provide enough elbow grease and imagination. But Hexxit is the Castle set of Legos that provide a granularity and specificity that aids imagination without restricting it. The mods provide you with new pieces and tweaks that promote a very new exploration-heavy experience, but ultimately you’re still finding your own fun by combining the bricks at your leisure.


Soul Stealer

Not to be confused with Soulsteal. This is used with Soul Shards. Causes a mob to be worth one more mob slain under the «Total Mobs Killed» on a Soul Shard, allowing for a player to get higher-tier Soul Shards much more quickly. Acquirable up to level 5.


Not to be confused with Soul Stealer. With Soulsteal [sic],
when a mob dies it releases its soul to be used with the Essence Vessel from Harken Scythe mod.
3 Ranks: 33% / 66% / 100% chance upon death to release a soul


3 Ranks: 33% / 66% / 100% chance for an entity to leave blood on the ground to be used with the Essence Vessel from Harken Scythe mod.


Can be applied to swords. Makes augment abilities charge faster. (ex. medallion abilities)

  • Rank 1: 1.5x faster
  • Rank 2: 2x faster


For the full article, see Afterlife.

3 Ranks: 10% /20% / 30% chance the target will drop a mob egg of its type when killed.
This does not work on all mob types in the game, even though some new entities show spawn eggs in the not enough items menu.


Applicable to axes through the enchantment table, and all other weapons via an enchanted book and anvil. This enchantment is also available for boomerangs through an enchantment table.

3 Ranks: 10% / 20% / 30% chance on killing of a mob for it to drop its head.


Applicable only to bows. Withers the target for several seconds depending on rank.

3 Ranks: 5/10/15 second wither debuff on target.


The Smeltery is used to melt down ores and metals to be used in casting or creating Alloys. When smelting raw ore, 2 ingots will be produced from the ore, while a typical furnace would only yield 1.

  1. Fill the Seared Tank with buckets of lava. Each tank holds up to four.
  2. Put ores/ingots/blocks of the material in the Smeltery Controller (right-click controller to open GUI).
  3. Let the Smeltery melt the material, this will take different lengths of time depending on material.
  4. Empty the liquid metal into a Casting Table or Casting Basin by right-clicking on the faucet. This requires a Seared Faucet to be properly placed on the Smeltery Drain.
  5. Let it cool.

You cannot add material to the Smeltery by manually placing it in the space. All materials must be added using the Smeltery Controller.

Starting A New World[]

After starting a new world, look at your surroundings and explore the immediate area. The Materials and You book that you begin with isn’t of much use quite yet, but hang on to it for later.

If you have spawned in a Forest or other similar biome, make use of the trees around you by collecting logs. If you have spawned in a Desert biome, begin digging sand for a quick sandstone shelter in order to make your way to a more hospitable biome. Although other wooden tools are not a necessity, a wood pickaxe must be crafted from the wood gathered. Use the pickaxe to collect cobblestone underground (remember to not dig straight down — the «number one rule» of Minecraft). In order to make a full set of Vanilla items (sword, pickaxe, axe, shovel, and hoe) and a furnace, you need to gather 19 blocks of cobblestone. You may opt to create a stone Giant Sword, which requires 4 more cobblestone than the Vanilla sword, bringing the total cobblestone required for your set of tools up to 23 blocks.

Make use of the TreeCapitator mod by using your new stone axe on a tree as soon as you can — mining the bottom block of a tree chops down the entire tree, giving you all of the blocks, saplings, and apples (assuming the tree was of the Oak variety) that you would normally obtain without the mod, but also using up the same amount of durability as manually mining the logs.

Now that you have some stone tools and a fair amount of wood, task yourself with creating some shelter to wait out the night (unless you have obtained a bed, allowing you to skip the night entirely). Don’t plan on creating anything fancy right now — a hole in a cave or a small 5×5 wooden shack is recommended as neither is difficult to expand, but could be left to create a larger and more elaborate place of residence.

If you have time to spare after creating your temporary home, search the area for food to help you through the night or create charcoal if you need torches. Roaming around at night this early isn’t recommended until you are better equipped with armor of the iron tier or higher due to the more resilient Infernal mobs which appear. These are modified mobs, which can allow them to have up to 11x the usual amount of health along with widely varying abilities. 

At nightfall, you can ready yourself for the next day by digging into the ground (or wall, in some cases) for more resources. Unless an emergency such as starvation stops you, try to keep mining until you obtain enough iron to make at least an iron pickaxe, which is required to mine more valuable resources such as diamond and gold (which, in Hexxit, spawn at any «Y» coordinate — even above the surface level). Exposed ores can be easily found in the Alpine and Extreme Hills biomes.

At daybreak, explore cautiously as some normal and infernal mobs (like creepers and spiders) will still roam the world for several more minutes. Pick up any Rotten Flesh on the ground as they can be turned into Leather in a furnace, which can be used to make a list of items including backpacks (by arranging 8 leather in a square on your crafting table) and armor.

Exploring will greatly aid you in survival. Try to find a suitable location to build a base. Popular biomes used for bases include Meadows, Plains, or Savanna. Along the way, it is not uncommon to see various structures. Try to remember their location — most of them offer good loot in chests, including things that you cannot craft, but are guarded by monsters that will most likely overpower you this early on in Hexxit. Pick up any Gysahl Greens (carrot-like vegetation that can be found in many grassy biomes used to tame Chocobos). Note other things, like the locations of Chocobos and horses. You may even want to build a base using one of the generated structures.

Hexxit 1.0.7 Is Now Recommended

Posted by CanVox 7 years ago in Hexxit

Hexxit 1.0.7 is now marked Recommended in the launcher, and users will be asked to update the next time they attempt to launch Tekkit. This update includes a minor update to Better Dungeons 1.09a that fixes a few remaining issues. Server owners should update both the Better Dungeons mod as well as the entire Chocolate folder from the new server package.

The build includes the following changes:

  • Better Dungeons updated to version 1.09a.
  • The server package now comes pre-packaged with FML satellite libs to reduce server load  for our friends at Forge.

Server owners can obtain the new server file from the following link: http://mirror.technicpack.net/Technic/servers/hexxit/Hexxit_Server_v1.0.7.zip

Hexxit 1.0.1 Is Now Recommended!

Posted by CanVox 8 years ago in Hexxit

Hexxit 1.0.1 is now marked Recommended in the launcher, and users will be asked to update the next time they attempt to launch Hexxit.  This release contains a number of improvements, including several Treecapitator compatibility fixes, fixes to several Better Dungeons crash and lag bugs, and the inclusion of Artifice and NEI Plugins.

The build includes the following changes:

  • Treecapitator support has been improved across the board.  Treecapitator support should now be total.
  • Cats from outer space will no longer crash land on the overworld.
  • Meteors now only fall at night and fall somewhat less often.
  • It is no longer possible to summon meteors into range of another player’s meteor shield.
  • A bad entry which had been added to a configurable loot table has been removed- this should fix a client crash which would sometimes occur when opening a chest for the first time inside a Better Dungeons structure.
  • A crash which would sometimes occur when decorating a kitchen room inside a Better Dungeon structure has been corrected.
  • Better Dungeons has been updated to version 1.08a.  This should correct a crash bug with the turtle boss, as well as some TPS lag that many users were experiencing related to Better Dungeons.
  • Artifice version has been added.  Existing chunks will have Artifice worldgen added to them the next time they are loaded.  Flowers have been added to the surface, a layer of basalt has been added near bedrock, and large veins of Marble are now located underground.
  • NEI Plugins version has been added.  This should add NEI support for many Tinkers Construct recipes.
  • Hexxit Gear has been updated to version 1.0.23.  This should improve the utility of the nightvision buff on some sets, as well as increase the prevalence of Hexbiscus flowers in new chunks.

Server owners can obtain the new server file from the following link: http://mirror.technicpack.net/Technic/servers/hexxit/Hexxit_Server_v1.0.1.zip

Namely, server owners should be sure to copy over the Chocolate/ChestConfig, config, and mods folders (but not necessarily the mods/resources folder, which has not changed).  The file Chocolate/config.prop should also be copied over.

Big Backpacks[]

The Big Backpacks add the equivalent of a large portable chest (54 slots) to your inventory. Similar to the Normal Backpack, right click it while it is in your hand or put it in your chest piece slot and press B. You can color the Big Backpacks by putting any color dye next to your backpack in your crafting table. To upgrade from the Normal Backpack to the bigger one, surround the Normal Backpack in Tanned Leather, and it will upgrade to the Big Backpack while keeping everything in the previous backpack. It would be cheaper to craft two Normal Backpacks instead of one Big Backpack, but the amount of space that backpacks can take up would increase.

Workbench Backpacks[]

The Small Workbench Backpack is the same as a normal Workbench, but you can right click it while it is in your hand to open it instead of placing it. It does not have any inventory slots and is only used for crafting. The Big Workbench Backpack is the same as the Small Workbench Backpack, but it has eighteen storage slots. These backpacks are crafted the same way as the Big and Normal Backpacks, but a workbench is added to the empty slot in the middle. They cannot be colored. To craft an item using the Big Workbench Backpack the needed materials have to be placed in inventory slots of the backpack first.

All Workbench Backpacks conserve the items and their position in the crafting grid even if you leave the Workbench Backpack Interface, which is very useful for many crafting operations.

Common Issues

I get an error when joining the server:
Often, if a player is unable to join the server, it is because the modpack isn’t properly installed on your own computer. Ensure you are using the official Hexxit Updated modpack to have all of the proper mods installed to join the server.

My server is stuck loading:
This often happens when a mod is removed from an existing world. You can force the world to load by going to the server console and entering /fml confirm. That should then load the world with the missing mods removed.

Modded items aren’t spawning in the server:
If the mods appear in the creative menu but are not properly appearing on the server, it often means the server is not properly using the modpack. Ensure that the server was switched to Hexxit Updated through the panel and restarted to load it up.

Hexxit’s New Experience

I was never sold on Minecraft. I gave it a few good tries, single and multiplayer, creative and survival, softcore and hardcore, and it never completely turned my crank. While I could recognize that Minecraft might actually be a perfect video game, the crafting, mining, and combat left me flat. The thing I enjoyed the most was loading up creative mode and flying around the randomly generated maps discovering natural structures and exploring them to their bottom. Unfortunately, there’s only so many abandoned mines and underground rivers you can explore before you get bored.

Then a friend told me about Hexxit, a modpack that promises high fantasy adventure. It’s a collection of mods that all work together to fill up your world with fantasy dungeons, tons of new magical loot, and minimize the resource gathering/grinding. I updated my client, downloaded the slick launcher, and gave it a shot. I was immediately impressed.

Within the first few evenings I was exploring strange fey worlds and castles controlled by liches. I was finding treasure chests brimming with magical swords, wizard’s staves, and magical essences at the top of monster filled towers. Portals to pocket dimensions cleverly played with my perceptions and then shat me out three miles away from my home base. Unique monsters slammed me around, picked me up and carried me away, and popped out of very walls of dungeons. Add to this the fact that you only need to dig about 20 squares down to find diamonds and you have a game that’s nearly 100% about the exploration!

Hexxit focused on exactly what I found fun about Minecraft: exploring a procedurally generated world. Only now there’s very real rewards and very real surprises as you’re zipping around looking under every rock and raiding every ruined fort.

Hexxit 1.0.5 Is Now Recommended!

Posted by CanVox 8 years ago in Hexxit

Hexxit 1.0.5 is now marked Recommended in the launcher, and users will be asked to update the next time they attempt to launch Hexxit. This release contains fixes to several Treecapitator issues (particularly big trees taking longer to chop down), as well as a fix to an issue which caused Shears to become some kind of crazy ultra-tool.

The build includes the following changes:

  • A number of fixes were made to the Treecapitator config file.
  • OffLawn! was updated to version 1.5.1.r02.

Server owners can obtain the new server file from the following link: http://mirror.technicpack.net/Technic/servers/hexxit/Hexxit_Server_v1.0.5.zip

Server owners will want to copy over the Treecapitator.cfg file as well as the OffLawn mod.


The tool forge is crafted using a combination of Seared Bricks, blocks of material (usually blocks of iron) and a wooden Tool Station.

Iron Blocks can be replaced by material blocks made of:

  • Alumite
  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum Brass
  • Ardite
  • Bronze
  • Cobalt
  • Copper
  • Diamond
  • Emerald
  • Gold
  • Manyullyn
  • Steel
  • Tin

Using other material blocks only affects its color.

Tinkers’ Construct Blocks
Natural 16px Blue Slimedirt • 16px Congealed Blue Slime • 16px Congealed Green Slime • 16px Part Builder • 16px Pattern Chest • 16px Seared Bricks • 16px Slimy Grass • 16px Slimy Leaves16px Stencil Table • Tool Station •
Manufactured 16px Brownstone • 16px Brownstone Brick • Brownstone Road • 16px Chiseled Brownstone • 16px Consecrated Soil • 16px Fancy Brownstone • 16px Graveyard Soil • 16px Grout • 16px Rough Brownstone • 16px Slimy Mud • 16px Stone Road
Ores Aluminum Ore • Ardite Ore • 16px Cobalt Ore • Copper Ore • Gravel Ores (16px Aluminum • 16px Cobalt • 16px Copper • 16px Gold • 16px Iron • 16px Tin) • 16px Tin Ore
Mineral Blocks 16px Block of Cobalt • 16px Block of Ardite • 16px Block of Manyullyn • 16px Block of Copper • 16px Block of Bronze • 16px Block of Tin • 16px Block of Aluminum • 16px Block of Aluminum Brass • 16px Block of Alumite • 16px Block of Steel • 16px Block of Solid Ender
Bricks 16px Bone Brick • 16px Chiseled Seared Bricks • 16px Cracked Seared Bricks • 16px Diamond Brick • 16px Endstone Brick • 16px Fancy Bone Brick • 16px Fancy Diamond Brick • 16px Fancy Endstone Brick • 16px Fancy Gold Brick • 16px Fancy Iron Brick • 16px Fancy Lapis Brick • 16px Fancy Netherrack Brick • 16px Fancy Obsidian Brick • 16px Fancy Redstone Brick • 16px Fancy Sandstone Brick • 16px Fancy Seared Bricks • 16px Fancy Slime Brick • 16px Fancy Stone Brick • 16px Gold Brick • 16px Iron Brick • 16px Lapis Brick • 16px Netherrack Brick • 16px Obsidian Brick • 16px Redstone Brick • 16px Sandstone Brick • 16px Seared Bricks • 16px Seared Cobblestone • 16px Seared Paver • 16px Seared Road16px Slime Brick •
Slabs 16px Brownstone Road Slab • 16px Brownstone Slab • 16px Brownstone Brick Slab • 16px Chiseled Brownstone Slab • 16px Chiseled Seared Slab • 16px Fancy Brownstone Slab • 16px Fancy Seared Slab • 16px Rough Brownstone Slab • 16px Seared Brick Slab • 16px Seared Cobblestone Slab • 16px Seared Paver Slab • 16px Seared Road Slab • 16px Seared Stone Brick Slab • 16px Wool Slabs (16px Black • 16px Blue • 16px Brown • 16px Light Blue • 16px Light Gray • 16px Lime • 16px Magenta • 16px Orange • 16px Purple • 16px Red • 16px Pink • 16px Gray • 16px Cyan • 16px Green • 16px White • 16px Yellow)
Glass 16px Clear Glass • 16px Clear Pane • 16px Stained Glass (16px Black • 16px Blue • 16px Brown • 16px Cyan • 16px Gray • 16px Green • 16px Light Blue • 16px Light Gray • 16px Lime • 16px Magenta • 16px Orange • 16px Pink • 16px Purple • 16px Red • 16px White • 16px Yellow)
Utility 16px Birch Barricade • Essence Extractor • 16px Jungle Barricade • 16px Oak Barricade • 16px Part Builder • 16px Pattern Chest • 16px Seared Bricks • 16px Seared Glass • 16px Seared Tank • 16px Seared Window Tool Station •
Mechanisms 16px Casting Basin • 16px Casting Channel • 16px Casting Table • 16px Crafting Station • Drawbridge • 16px Igniter • 16px Seared Faucet • 16px Smeltery Controller • 16px Smeltery Drain • 16px Stencil Table • 16px Tool Forge
Plants 16px Oreberry Bushes (16px Aluminum • 16px Copper • 16px Essence • 16px Gold • 16px Iron • 16px Tin) • 16px Slimy Leaves • Slimy Sapling •
Liquids 16px Blood_(Tinkers’_Construct) • 16px Liquid Tin • 16px Liquified Emerald • 16px Molten Alumite • 16px Molten Aluminum • 16px Molten Aluminum Brass • 16px Molten Ardite • 16px Molten Bronze • 16px Molten Copper • 16px Molten Cobalt • 16px Molten Glass • 16px Molten Gold • 16px Molten Iron • 16px Molten Manyullyn • 16px Molten Obsidian • 16px Molten Steel • 16px Seared Stone • 16px Slime Liquid
Creative Only 16px Drying Rack • 16px Fancy Polished Stone Brick • 16px Hambone • 16px Light Aggregator • 16px Light Crystal • 16px Polished Stone Brick • 16px Soul Pane
Technical 16px Molten Liquids • 16px Placed Pan


  • Caves make excellent shelter for the first day. They only take a little bit of effort to secure (if you have to, build walls to seal off the depths). If you are feeling brave, you can explore more of the cave system to gather resources.  It’s recommended that you block off an area with whatever materials you have on hand to make a «safe zone» for you to retreat to.
  • Houses can be made fairly easily, especially with all the wood from Treecapitator. They have the advantage of being a guaranteed safe zone, and you can begin to build farms and pastures sooner than if you choose a cave for your first night.  Unfortunately, the only way to gain resources from inside your house on the first night is to dig your own cave system (which isn’t always such a bad thing, so long as you are careful) by digging a staircase downwards.
  • There are also many structures that spawn with the Hexxit modpack. It is recommended that you try to find one of these as soon as you have iron armor. Not only do they have stronger gear, they also can be an easy house.

Normal Backpacks[]

The Normal Backpacks add the equivalent of a small portable chest (27 slots) to your inventory. Although you can make it equal to the big backpacks in the config file by changing the number of rows up to six (the amount can be decreased also). To open it, right-click it when it is in your hand or put it in the chest piece slot and press B. You can color them with dye by putting any type of dye next to them in a crafting table. You can also rename them by sneaking and right-clicking the backpack while it is in your hand. It is crafted by putting eight leather in the outer slots of your crafting table as shown below.


Soul Attuned (Also known as «Soul» in both Enchantment Tables

For the full article, see Soul Attuned.

When an Amulet or Talisman from Harken Scythe is soul attuned the cost of souls is doubled while the cost of blood is removed for each use.

Blood Attuned (also known as «Blood» in both Enchantment Tables)

For the full article, see Blood Attuned.

When an Amulet or Talisman from Harken Scythe is blood attuned the cost of blood is doubled while the cost of souls is removed for each use.

Soul Tether

For the full article, see Soul Tether.

If the player dies, any items enchanted with soul tether will return to the inventory after the player respawns.

Hexxit 1.0.10 Is Now Recommended

Posted by CanVox 7 years ago in Hexxit

Hexxit 1.0.10 is now marked Recommended in the launcher, and users will be asked to update the next time they attempt to launch Hexxit. This is a minor version update over 1.0.7- we’ve updated Better Storage, Artifice, Natura, and Tinkers Construct, added qCraft, and fixed a minor configuration issue.

The build includes the following changes:

  • Added qCraft 1.0.1. New quantum ore generated at lower depths (even on existing maps). See www.qcraft.org for more info.
  • Updated Better Storage to version
  • Updated Artifice to version
  • Updated Natura to version
  • Updated Tinkers Construct to version 1.4.3.
  • Removed a broken axe item from Battle Towers loot.

Server owners can obtain the new server file from the following link: http://mirror.technicpack.net/Technic/servers/hexxit/Hexxit_Server_v1.0.10.zip


  • Make sure to empty your Smeltery after every use completely, because small amounts of previously smelted materials can block your casting tables or casting basins. The small quantities of molten material will pour into containers and leave them partially full, unable to be interacted with. To resolve this, either break the casting table/basin or smelt and pour in more of the material you are stuck to top off the material.
  • Materials that do not combine to make an alloy can be smelted whilst another previously smelted material is still in the smeltery. The materials will be drained off from the bottom of the smeltery first (i.e. in the order in which they were smelted). For example, if there is liquid iron in the smeltery, melting down aluminium will result in two layers of liquid metal.
  • Standing inside the smeltery is not recommended — it will damage 1 point every 5 seconds, and it damages armors, but doing so will cause your tank to fill with blood.
  • Seared tanks can each hold up to 4 buckets of lava
  • If a Villager falls into a smeltery, it will add a layer of Liquified Emerald in the smeltery; this makes villager farms much more useful in Hexxit.
    • Each tick of damage the Villager takes whilst in the smeltery results in 1 nugget of Liquified Emerald
    • Smelteries can naturally spawn in villages increasing the chance of a Villager falling into it.


  • You can wear backpacks. They take the place of your chest piece, and they will render on your character’s back as whatever color backpack you select. This will, of course, remove your ability to wear a chest piece. Alternatively, you can carry the backpack in your «second inventory», but this will not render on your character.
  • It isn’t possible to nest backpacks (you can’t put a backpack into a backpack). This includes Ender Backpacks. However, it is possible to get a backpack into an Ender Backpack by putting it in an Ender Chest. These backpacks can then be retrieved from the Ender Backpack, but cannot be put back inside. You can also put a backpack into a bag, which can hold backbacks. The backpacks inside the bag can hold bags, which hold backpacks, therefore giving infinite inventory space. 
  • On very rare occasions, you may find a passive Enderman with 60 health (Frienderman) wearing an Ender Backpack. This backpack comes from the Better Storage mod and can only be obtained by placing an Ender Chest next to the Frienderman, who will drop their backpack to pick up the chest.
  • You may have as many backpacks as you want in your inventory.
  • Backpacks are commonly found in dungeons and large pirate ship chests.
  • Do not move the Backpack while in use, or you will drop it. You can alternatively push the number of the toolbar slot your pack is in while mousing over another item. The GUI will close, and the item you quick keyed to your hotbar will be in your hand.


  • With a Hopper and a Chest, you can also automaticallyfeed insmeltable assets and materials into the Smeltery Controller. Just make sure to place the hopper while shift clicking one side of the smeltery controller. This is extremely useful when smelting vast amounts of Materials
  • A way to automate the smeltery is to have a redstone signal to the faucet constantly pulsing, causing it to pour. Having a hopper under the casting table (which preferably would have an ingot mold), would take the ingots/tool heads, etc. out of the casting table, and could either be feeding into a chest directly or lead to a chain of other hoppers.
  • Another way is to place a Redstone comparator next to a hopper underneath the casting basin or table. so that the two-torch side is against the hopper. It will put out a very small pulse when an item goes through the hopper, which by using a repeater can be wired up to the faucet and perpetuate the process. This does not always seem to work smoothly and may take some work to perfect. The benefit is that it creates much less lag than a redstone clock has the potential to.

    The Smeltery and You Automation

    (This demonstrates how to build an automatic smeltery, but the wireless setup shown uses items from a Tinker’s Construct plugin not included in the Hexxit modpack.)


How to Get Started

Upon first spawning into the world, it is not much different from normal Minecraft, however there are immediate changes to the world that you may see:
 Biomes O’ Plenty

With Biomes O’ Plenty, it adds a whole selection of new biomes to the world. From the tallest trees, to colorful landscapes, this mod will change how you see biomes forever.
 Dimensional Doors

As you explore, you may notice a stone structure with a small portal. Careful, these are from the Dimensional Doors mod. The inside is often confusing and full of traps, so the chances of dying are quite high.
 Battle Towers

Finally, the most notable changes are the Battle Towers that spread throughout the word. These tall structures are full of loot and difficult enemies. You can receive some great early loot, but beware the flood of enemies that may follow!

Possible Mobs

As you travel, there are a number of mobs that you may encounter from a variety of different mods. Some of the ones you may find are:


Chocobo are added into the world, based upon the Final Fantasy series. These creatures can be tamed and ridden.


Crabs can be found throughout the world, primarily on beaches. They can inflict some damage if too close to them, but do not attack the player directly, even when hit.

Blue Slime:

Blue slimes are added to the world, although they can almost always be found on the floating colored islands in the sky. Their slime balls can be used to create slime weapons.


The Warclops mob spawns in the overworld. They are aggressive to any player nearby and can deal knockback and slowness when hit by it.

Battletower Golem:

A dangerous being that resides at the top of battle towers. They will appear when approaching the tower and will agro once near or when the top chest is opened. They are quite dangerous, so luring them off of the tower is the best option before they can damage any loot.

Infernal Mobs:

These boss-like creatures can spawn at any time and can be seen through their rainbow-like particle effects. The infernal mobs can have a wide array of powers, from summoning lightning to causing you to drown on land. They can be extremely dangerous, so if you aren’t prepared, try to run the other direction.

Notable Dimensions


The Atum is a sand world filled with animals, enemies, and dungeons. Whether you are taming a camel or facing assassins, you should be prepared before entering this dimension. If that wasn’t enough, there are always several dungeons, ruins, and much more to face. You can even face up against the powerful pharaoh boss battle!

To access the Atum, you will need to build a sandstone structure, fill it with water, then toss in a scarab from the mod’s items.
 The Aether

A classic mod, the Aether is a sky world full of wonders and sights to behold. As long as the sun spirit is living, it is always daytime, allowing you to traverse this beautiful world. If you want more of a challenge, the dimension features bronze, silver, and rare gold dungeons to test your strength!

To access the Aether, build a glowstone portal similar to the Nether, then use a water bucket to light it.
 The Erebus

The Erebus dimension is a close-knit bug world, filled with creatures that would love to snack on you. This dimension has all the materials you would need to survive, so you can theoretically stay as long as you like. But even the passive mods can be harmful, so watch your back!

To access this dimension, you will need an outline of stone bricks filled with leaves, then use a keystone and Staff of Gaea to access the portal.
 Twilight Forest

Another classic mod, the Twilight Forest is trees as far as the eye can see. That’s not all, there are also several structures such as hedge mazes, and even dungeons with strong bosses to face. One of the most well-known and beautiful dimensions, there is plenty to do here.

To access the portal, create a square of 12 flowers or mushrooms, add water in the middle, then toss in a diamond.