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  1. An Apiculture Mod By Aetherial Labs Author: Vinter_Nacht, Texture Artist: AnxietyPealope JSON Files Assist: Raccoon <To Mod DB> Support Us Through Patreon! MOST HIVE COMPONENTS (BROOD BOX, SUPERS, BASES, CERAMIC HIVE BASES) MUST BE CARRIED IN A BAG SLOT. THEY WILL NOT GO INTO AN INVENTORY SLOT. From Golden Combs began as a simple project with the intent to learn how to code in C#, and to add a simple new type of hive to the world of Vintage Story. The first item introduced was a ceramic hive (then called the Claypot Hive) that didn't have to be destroyed to harvest its bounty. Having achieved that small goal, I set out to do something more ambitious. 1.3.4 saw the introduction of the Langstroth Hive. This hive has individual boxes known as superstructures (or supers, for short) and frames on which the bees build wax and store honey. Current Features (As of 1.3.4): - Clay forming recipes for honey pot and brood pot. - Ability to place colonies in the brood pot using a populated skep. - Repeatable harvest by emptying the honey pot with a knife, and returning it to the brood pot. - Movable brood pots, both with and without a bee colony - Langstroth Hives - Multi-box hives with high capacity (and improved output), available in millions* of color combinations! - Hive Components in 169 possible color combinations - Langstroth Superstructures (Known as Supers) -The base component of your hive - Langstroth Brood Boxes - Where your bees live! - Langstroth Bases - To keep your hive off the ground. - Frames for your bees in 16 possible color combinations - Frame Racks - Used for lining, harvesting, and repairing your bee frames * - Yes, millions. You can stack your individual hive parts in any order you want. To be a hive it must have a populated brood box at the top (Right click an empty brood box with a populated skep) a base at the bottom, and up to 4 supers stacked in between. Each individual part is available in up to 169 different color combinations, so the possible combinations are nearly endless! - Configuration Options - Duration for a hive to fill configurable by hive type. (skep, ceramic, and langstroth) - Change the height to which a hive can be stacked (default is 6 individual items. So up to two blocks high) - Change maximum and minimum yield when harvesting a frame - Change the durability of frames - Optionally display time until the hive produces more comb Coming Soon (?) - New Utility/Vanity Items - Honey Jar - New Bee Products - Propolis - Bee Bread - Pollen - Royal Jelly - New Hives - Layens Hives - Warre Hives - New color variants of Ceramic and Langstroth Hives - Bee species - Range of Temperature tolerances - Flower preferences - Attitudes (some are more defensive of their hive than others, even in domestic hives) - Different rates of production for honey/wax - Advanced hive maintenance - Hive temperature - Humidity - Population - Disease - Hive collapse - Swarming Mechanics - Pests (Wax moths, Hive Beetles, and Varroa Mites! Oh My!) - More Predators (Mice? Skunks? More?) - Version 1.16.4-1.3.8 -Bugs - - Hives don't seem to properly balance hive-size vs available flowers/nearby skeps. Always show as large with any amount of flowers. - Brood Boxes can be made with supers that contain frames, causing the loss of those frames. This is repaired in the yet-to-be-released 1.16.4-1.3.9
  2. Version 2.6.0 Shows a simple HUD Clock in the left upper corner with the current ingame time. Client side only Hotkeys available Customize what you want to see all mod relevant data is saved in vintagestorydata/modconfig/hudclock showing claim area you entered (requires server mod) Have fun with it. MOD Download [if you like my mods, with a donation you can support me and my work]
  3. MORE ROADS & PATHS! DOWNLOAD HERE GITHUB PATREON Have you ever wanted to travel the world? Have you got more stone, metal, and temporal gears than you know what to do with? Does your friend live 2000 blocks away and you want to regularly visit them? Do you just like more blocks? THEN YOU NEED MORE ROADS AND PATHS! More Roads introduces 3 new road types! Now bundled with More Wooden Paths! Make your roads POP with edge stones of all kinds! Stone/Wooden Paths Clay Roads Stone Roads Temporal Roads Let me know what you think and if you find any bugs! Future plans: Fix weird shadow issue with corner edging. Edge stones, to make your road pop a little bit more. Make the temporal roads less ugly. I am taking suggestions. When 1.14 comes out, make the temporal road recipe require dust instead of gears. I'm just waiting for Zeekea and Simple Elevators to iron out compatibility issues first. Add a Concrete Mix recipe that then needs to be soaked in a barrel of water for a while.
  4. okay, the grace timer just is over in my world, but somehow wolf spawning behavior in 1.15 became stranger than before. First i never saw that many wolves spawn in that close proximity before, second they spawned in a desert nearly without any trees. After herding most and killing some of them the herd looks like this: The big question is now: will keeping them there prevent new spawns like in earlier versions?
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