Mojang implemented the unique village feature into the game; in which I believed was to be the start of the next era of minecraft gameplay. However, up until the minecraft update on version 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 villages and villagers were near useless. Apart from their small source of crops and a possible Blacksmith chest filled with the tiniest set of loot you will ever see; the villages had no real, serving purpose to your survival. I do not deny they are helpful and can provide the player with the basic materials such as food and wood, but these things are also easy to obtain in the first place. Until villagers could trade, villagers were almost doubly useless than the individual village itself. However, in the latest update, many uses can be found inside the villages, that will benefit your quest for survival. Yet in saying this; the village feature has only small plans for the future and it’s likely that won’t change significantly for a very long time.
The Millenaire Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10 and 1.7.2; not only continues the feature of villages and villagers, but also takes it up a whole new level, almost putting mojang and their village idea to complete shame. When using the Millenaire mod; the mod itself will work to introduce a wide variety of multi-cultural villages, along with unique, interactive npc villagers. Not only this; but the Millenaire mod implements villager development and village expanding systems, in which the player can control. Villagers will work together to grow new crops, build structures with new unique blocks and materials and start a business, or open a shop in which other villagers and also players can interact with to purchase or sell materials.
Millenaire Mod NPC Village for Minecraft 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 Features
When exploring in your world, like the vanilla villages; they will often spawn in the wilderness as you enter some chunks, however the villages will not spawn in every chunk you enter. When communicating with the villagers inside the villages; you may encounter a series of different classed villagers. For example you may encounter:
- Shop keepers
- Ordinary Villagers
- Body guards
Alongside all these classes, you may encounter other villagers depending on the culture of the village. If you are looking for a specific kind of village, the developer of the mod has implemented a way of spawning in custom villages. However this way is in fact “ligit”, meaning that spawning in the villages does actually cost materials and can in turn; be crafted on a crafted table.
Villagers will gain your respect by trading with them, or doing jobs around the village that will benefit not only the village itself, but also you as a survivor. Inside the town hall, which is usually located near the centre of the village itself; you will find the main store in which you can buy and sell both vanilla and new items and blocks, such as Norman weapons and crops such as rice. There is really no limitation to what you can find and do when exploring the impressive and vast mod for Millenaire.
As long as you keep buying and selling in the store, your relationship status with the village and its people will rise significantly over time, and when the villages tax and bought items will be stored inside locked chests that are located inside the town hall. When these chests are filled, the town will work to expand a better looking, and larger town hall to fit more chests and facilities within it. Within days a small village could become a large, fast expanding empire!
Millenaire Mod NPC Village for Minecraft 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 Usage
Exploring your world with the Millenaire mod is much more satisfying then without it. Villages are an unlikely occurrence usually, however with the Millenaire mod; it’s more likely that you find one of the new villages then a default testificate village. Instead of using emeralds and other items to buy and sell materials, the mod has also implemented a currency system to allow the player/user to buy and sell with a new unique money feature. Right clicking on villagers will bring up a shop menu if they have one, or an option selection depending on the villager type. They will also speak at you when you come near of them or when you interact. Different village cultures such as Asian or Indian speak in the correct language, so you may or may not understand what they are saying.
How to Download and Install Millenaire Mod NPC Village 5.2B5 for Minecraft 1.7.10 and 1.7.2
- Download and Install Minecraft Forge
- Run Minecraft Launcher and select Forge Profile
- Go to Start Menu and Run %appdata%/.minecraft
- Put the Millenaire Mod NPC Village file without extracting it into the mods folder
- Launch Minecraft with the Forge Profile
*If you have problems you can comment*
Have a fun time playing minecraft!