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  1. 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]
  2. Hello and welcome to the Xlib and XSkills mod. These are technically two mods with the aim to add a character progression system to the game. I split this in two mods to seperate the systems behind the mods from the actual skills. Xlib is an interface that does nothing noticeable at its own. It consists of two parts XLeveling and XEffects. XLeveling provides an interface to add skills and abilities to the game, does synchronisation between server and client and saves and loads data. And it provides a dialog that can be opend by pressing the 'O' key by default. I made it so that you can use this to implement your own skills to the game if you want and you don't have to rely on the ones i created. The mod also adds some general information for skills and abilities to the ingame handbook. XEffects provides an interface to add temporary or permanent effects to the game that can influence a player. XSkills is an implementation for skills and abilities that uses XLeveling . You gather experience for different skills by doing certain actions. And if you have collected enough experience you will get an additional ability point that you can use to increase the tier of an ability. This mod is still under development and some things will probably change. Never the less save games should always be compatible. If you have ideas for new abilities or skills i would like to hear them. If you find any bugs please report them to me so that i can fix them. Skills Following skills and abilities are currently implemented. Only the first tier of every ability is represented here: Configuration The mod creates automatically config files for every skill. You can usually find them in this directory or something similar: C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\VintagestoryData\ModConfig\XLeveling. The files are named after the skill they represent. You can also find a xleveling.json there which contains some general configurations. Here is a list of the things you can configure and a short explanation what everything means: Commands This mod also adds some new commands to the game: Installation As any other mods just download the .zip folders and put them into your games mod folder. Do not unpack the .zip folders. Uninstallation If you want to uninstall the mod make sure you have no meals or meal containers such as crocks left in your world with more than 4 ingredients in it. You can receive these from the happy meal (cooking) ability. Meals with more than 4 ingredients in your world without the mod will crash your game. Unfortunately crocks seem to be affected by this even when they do not have more than 4 ingredients in it. So you may need to remove every crock. FAQ Q: Can i change the minimum skill level i need to learn this ability or the experience i need to reach a skill level? A: Yes you can. For Questions like this i recommend to look at the configuration section of the mod post first. Q: How can i get unleran points? A: You can just search in the handbook for consumables that give unlearn points. The exact search term could be language specific. Xskills adds mead which can be created in barrels from honey. It will give you one unlearn point when consumed. Q: Can i change the experience i get from mods or can i add experience to new modded mobs? A: You can adjust the values in the mods json files and i think json patches shold work, too. You can find the file here: xskills/assets/xskills/patches/combat.json. You can also use this file as an example on how to add experience to new mobs. Q: Can you release a version for the game version X. A: Probably: yes. But i only develop the mod for the newest game version. Providing support for older game versions would just be to much work. I may not be able to provide versions for every pre release version of the game since the game can change heavily between these updates and i sometimes need some time to adjust the code and sometimes i simply have not the time for this. So please wait at least 24 hours after the release of a game version before asking for a mod version for the game version. Q: What does the all-rounder skill do? A: First of all you can not choose another class with this ability. You can choose another XSkills Specialisation/Profession. These are a class of abilities that allows you to receive more experience for specific skills. By default you can just have one of these abilities. With the all-rounder ability you can have more than one. You can also identify these specialisation abilities by looking at the requirements in the tooltip. A few examples of these abilities are: farmer, miner, digger, metalworker. Experience In general you will get experience from doing skill related stuff. But since it was asked multiple times i will add a more detailed list here. Translations German and english translations by myself Russian translation by @Digitalr, @Jay_ Polish translation by @Granolah French translation by @Cendar Create your own skills To add new skills or abilities to the game you should be able to code. Preferably in c# or a similar language. I recommend to set up your development environment like described here and here. Notice that a mod that uses XLib or code from any other mod always has to be a compiled mod. Your mod only needs to add a reference to the XLib library(.dll file) if you want to add abilities or skills. Note that you may have to unzip the file to get direct access to the .dll library. The xlib.zip also contains a xlib.xml file. It contains the documentation for xlib and you may want to add this file to your references, too. I think it is always the easiest to learn from examples. So i made an example skill that shows the most important features of XLeveling. You can find this example in the download section. Downloads The mod can now be downloaded through the mod db: https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/247 https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/244 exampleskill.zip
  3. Bullseye Latest release - 2.2.4 (07-01-2022) changelog: Hello and welcome to Bullseye! This mod is aiming to overhaul and rebalance ranged weapons in a vanilla-friendly way. A new aiming system, relying on player input rather than randomness A specific role and handling for each bow Obsidian and bamboo arrows, iron and steel spears, spear head clay molds Broad rebalance - higher damage for spears and arrows, decreased arrow break chance, spear durability higher in melee and lower when throwing, and more Other minor features (throw your spears with a running start to make them go farther!) Get the mod on its Vintage Story Moddb page here: https://mods.vintagestory.at/bullseye Source on Github under the MIT No Attribution license here: https://github.com/Rahjital/VSBullseye So what changes does the mod really make? You can read up on that in more detail here: All feedback is greatly appreciated and helps improve the mod. Let me know here in this thread if you have any comments!
  4. Version 3.7.1 Main features of Mod Portcullis in different sizes (3x3 to 5x5) Drawbridges in different sizes (3x4 to 5x7) Gates in different sizes (3x3, 4x4 and 5x5) Waterwheel Mechanical Power (breastshot, undershot and overshot technics) Lampposts Firebrazier Floor-Plates for auto-open/close Vanilla-Doors, Portcullis and Gates Languages: English + German + Russia Aurochs Important for Update from 2.x to 3.0.0. Please read! MOD Download [if you like my mods, with a donation you can support me and my work]
  5. Hey, fellow players! Here's the mod which adds machines and coins for server offline trading! Vending machine variant: Market stall variant: Trade'o'rug (allows to sale five different items "as-is" for a difference prices - so it's possible to sell food for example): These blocks are used for trading of course! The owner (player who has placed the block down) is able to set the trade (sneak-click): Here Trade'o'mat expects to exchange 4 cattail roots for 1 sack of carrot seeds. And stock is filled for 12 deals. When the potential buyer opens interface, he sees the following: Just place required price to the left slot and push "Deal!" button to make a trade. And here are the coins to use with my Trade'o'mats and just for exchange between players. Video Tutorials (English and Deutsch) courtesy of Julius van Vern: Changelogs and downloads have been moved to MODDB! https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/59 Older versions: 1.13.4 (no longer maintained): tradeomat_v1.13.4-1.31B.zip 1.14.0+: tradeomat_v1.14.0-1.5.5.zip 1.15-pre.1: tradeomat_v1.15.0-1.5.7.zip Suggestions are welcome! And bug reports also of course.
  6. Hey, fellow players! Here's the initial public release of my "tweaks collection" mod, which aims to make yours (actually, mine ) survival experience better! This mod adds the following thingies: 1. Mailbox 2. Trashcan, the 3. Rusty Spikes 4. Trapdoor patch! Since version 0.7-B: 5. Branch Cutter! 6. Vines patch Changelogs and downloads have been moved to MODDB! https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/19 0.72-B changelog: 0.74 changelog: 0.75B changelog: 0.7.7-B changelog: 0.7.8-B changelog: 0.8.2-B changelog: 7. Grindstone 0.8.3-B changelog: 8. Sulfuric Acid and Glue! 0.8.4-B changelog: 0.8.5-B changelog: 0.8.6-B changelog: 0.8.7 changelog: 0.8.8 changelog: 0.8.9 changelog: 0.8.10 changelog: 0.8.11 changelog: 0.8.12 changelog: Please keep me notified about found bugs! And stay tuned for more content! Yeeeehaaaah! For fellow modders (aka Mod Compatibility): Older versions: 1.15-rc.2: necessaries_v1.15.2-0.8.12.zip 1.14.5+: necessaries_v1.14.5-0.8.9.zip 1.14.0+: necessaries_v1.14.0-0.7.8-B.zip 1.13.4: necessaries_v1.13.4-0.7.7B.zip 1.12.14: If (and only!) you're already using Immersion mod, use -immersion version of Necessaries which is compatible. necessaries_v0.73.zip necessaries_v0.73-immersion.zip
  7. Hey, gals and guys! Ever since I wrote my first mod for Vintage Story, I thought about inability of viewing all my mod's content. I discovered a way to add my own creative tab later (thanks @Spear and Fang and his Primitive Survival), but that is good only for players who able to switch to creative. So, I decided to add all creative tabs to survival handbook! Because - why not? If you for some reason don't like to click tabs (perhaps, because there's too much of it!!) you can use the sharp "#" symbol prefix to filter what you need (that's actually just tab "names" in code): But, as you probably know, not every mod adds its own creative tab. So, for the rest of mods I added the ability to filter content by modid! Just type it in search area prefixed by "@" (no, I haven't heard about Minecraft and JEI ). You want more? Well, I can also offer you the tremendous system of Bookmarks! Now you can bookmark any Item or Block page (no custom pages or guides yet, at least for now, sorry), using the most convenient button at the bottom of the page, and it will stick into dedicated category named "Bookmarks"! Oh yeah! And a little bonus! Now you can see the possible quantity outcome from your grid-crafting recipes. It's maybe not the most convenient way to display this information, but it's the only one I could accomplish without redesigning the Item page completely. Version 1.2.3 fixes names of renamed chiseled blocks in inventory. Now if you renamed your masterpiece, the correct name will be displayed on tooltip (requires server-side!) Version 1.2.4 adds "collectable code" search symbol - $. Use this prefix to search for collectables which codes contain search sequence. $iron for example will result in all collectables made of iron, but not iron ore (because it doesn't contain "iron" in its code). Version 1.2.7 adds Mod Name info to Collectibles (can be switched off in config). That's it. This simple and incredibly useful (at least for me ). Latest version and changelogs can be found here: https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/67 Changelog: 1.2.10: - Compatibility fixes for 1.15.2 survivalcats_v1.14.2-1.2.2.zip survivalcats_v1.14.2-1.2.7.zip survivalcats_v1.15.2-1.2.10.zip
  8. Ancient Tools Ages pass. Civilizations rise and fall. Yet even time can't erase all evidence of history. Ancient history is preserved through the artifacts dug up centuries after they were lost. Ancient Tools is a mod that looks to inject tools into Vintage Story that have either been lost to time, or have been treasured since ancient times. It will bolster the vanilla Vintage Story experience by providing immersive tools and techniques to further progression. I intend to start small with this mod and update it when new things are ready. If you have any suggestions please do leave a comment! So...what's included? Download Mod Download the latest version of Ancient Tools for Vintage Story 1.16.0: Ancient Tools 1.3.4 To download previous versions of the mod, view version change logs, report issues, or to view the mod source files, please visit: Ancient Tools GitHub For Modders: My Other Mods: Meteoric Expansion: Introduces streaking meteors to the Vintage Story skies. Variable danger factor. Ore Crystals: Adds crystals to ore deposits along with other various crystal-based craftables! Item Lights: Gives items the same illumination capabilities as blocks. Enjoying my mods? Please do consider supporting me on Patreon, it'd be a great help!
  9. The game starts fine, world creation works, but when I do anything that would display an overlay window—inventory, knapping, game menu—the crosshair cursor changes to the pointer, but the window doesn't display. I can still interact with it (I think), but nothing displays. Any ideas? Running macOS Monterey 12.1 on an M1 Mac Mini, VintageStory 1.16.0, MonoFramework 6.12.0.122 Thanks.
  10. CarryCapacity is a mod which allows picking up blocks and carrying them in your hands and on your back. This was made possible with the help of the awesome @Tyron providing some code samples with the official example mods. You can pick up chests, baskets, crates, barrels, planters, vessels and anvils by sneaking and holding right click with empty hands - that includes your offhand slot! This will prevent you from sprinting, and depending on what you're carrying, slow your walk speed down further. Placing them back down again is done by sneaking and holding right click on a block. Chests, baskets, barrels and vessels can also be worn on your back. To put what you're holding in your hands onto your back, sneak and hold right click in the air - without aiming at a block, otherwise you would just place it back down. Similarly, it can also be taken off again. Worn like this, baskets won't slow you down, but everything else will. [ VSModDB ] [ GitHub Releases ] Source code and more in-depth information is available on GitHub as well.
  11. Version 1.4.0 Adds a 2block size workbench. can be crafted in inventory, see handbook for recipe. Offers own recipes, discribed in the Players Handbook with own Description-Page. Works in Singleplayer, also on Online-Server. MOD Download [if you like my mods, with a donation you can support me and my work]
  12. ============================================================================= My first mod for vintage story. Thanks to all the very patient and helpful people in the discord who answered my many numerous questions, weathered my bug reports and were just generally an extremely overall pleasant community to interact with. Notably novocain for writing an app to make my workflow from BB to VSMC possible and radfast for helping me troubleshoot issues with VSMC ============================================================================= Lichen is the start of an expansive content mod which will add mostly decor, building blocks, plants, and animals of a more natural, and even primitive, variety. If you have any suggestions, please, I'd love to hear! Please do not hesitate to report ANY and ALL bugs! ============================================================================= This mod is released under a CC0 license, except when under the circumstances i use original game assets (obv), then that specific part (textures etc) assumes the parent license. have fun kids. we're all ash in the end. ============================================================================= ♥ Click here for the Lichen Website ♥ You can read about all the features there! ============================================================================= > Download HERE <
  13. This mod allows players to use pigments as a crayons (in 1.14.0 and later you have to craft these "crayons" literally) and draw on anything around! Five colors are available: Charcoal - Black Lapis Lazuli - Blue Cinnabar - Red Olivine - Green Borax - White Just hold right mouse button while holding one of pigments and draw (1.13.4)! Craft a piece of Blue Clay along with some Resin and a pigment to get yourself a Crayon (1.14.0)! To remove the drawing, just put a block on it. Known issues: - Fast strokes won't be recognized by server and will result in a poor quality of drawing (when save/load the world) - When drawing intersects block boundaries, part of painting can be absent after saving/loading the world Planned features: - Glowing paint (using Glowworms as a source) - Optimization of saving mechanics Changelog: 1.2.2-B: - Compatibility fixes for 1.15-pre.1 Latest Version: Most recent version can be found here: https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/71 1.13.4 (no longer supported!): cavepaintings_v1_13.4-1.1.2-A.zip 1.14.0: cavepaintings_v1.14.0-1.2-B.zip 1.15-pre.1: cavepaintings_v1.15.0-1.2.2-B.zip
  14. First of all. ZEEkea is absolutely not affiliated with IKEA But... You've gotta look at it: Almost everything is craftable in survival. "Almost" means - not every night lamp is craftable without recipes of colored glass added by other means. Features: - Tall Lockers and Nightstands contains a number of slots for your storage needs (animated doors and you can see what's inside). - Night lights can be turned on and off to emit a calm colored light forever. - Carpets are actually a crafting component, but can be used as a decoration (you can put it on a floor or walls or even ceiling), they are also chiselable. - Armchairs can be combined into a couches! Or kept separated if holding Shift while placing. - Door bell will ding-dong when someone presses it using RMB. - Freezer will store all your food for a loooong time as long as you provide it with a constant supply of cold Ice. - Curtains can be placed below Curtain Rods and may cover you window from bright light and curious eyes - Candle Holders are convenient way of decorating AND lighting your premises. Craft the Candle Holder, put a Candle in it and fire it up using torch. - And you can also build and furnish your backyard or bar with a help of Benches and Bar stools! - More lamps! Authentic animated door bell! Ore boxes! (all in version 1.4.0): - Tiki Lamps are here! Easy craft, aesthetic look and Light Level of 13! (since version 1.4.6) - Torch Lamps are good enough for those who don't like bees, giving 17 light when filled with 4 torches (available since 1.4.8) And starting from version 1.4.0-B you are able to disable any of mod content via config file (look for it in your VintagestoryData/ModConfig/ZeekeaConfig.json) That's it for now! Have fun! And of course your suggestions and bug reports are welcome! Changelogs and downloads have been moved to MODDB! https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/61 1.4.9-B: - Compatibility fixes for 1.15-pre.1 Older versions: 1.13.4 (no longer maintained!): zeekea_v1.13.4-1.2.1-B.zip 1.14.0+: zeekea_v1.14.0-1.4.8-B.zip 1.15-pre.1: zeekea_v1.15.0-1.4.10.zip
  15. Long story short, I think, we need more door variations! And why don't allow players to design their own doors using awesome Chisel mechanics? All you have to do is to decide how thick your door should be, chisel the corresponding parts and smite the desired door (variations of 2, 3, 4 and 5 voxels-wide doors available). Place doors where you want it (only two blocks horizontally for now), and apply chiseled blocks to it. And even more! It is possible to attach the "Static" part to the door to create an effect of non-rectangular door (just chisel it and insert into panel after the main door part is installed) To remove static part or panel, just shift-right click the door with empty hand. Enjoy! How to use (video with my awful english :D): Changelog: 1.0.5-B: - Compatibility fixes for 1.15-pre.1 Latest release (for 1.15-pre.1): fancydoors_v1.15.0-1.0.5-B.zip 1.14.2+: fancydoors_v1.14.2-1.0.4-B.zip
  16. Meteoric Expansion The skies burn with balls of fire barrelling towards the planet at cosmic speeds....Is this the apocalypse? Welcome to Meteoric Expansion! This mod aims to bring the cosmos to Vintage Story in a very literal sense. In vanilla Vintage Story it's possible to stumble across small surface deposits of meteoric iron...but where did it come from? Meteors don't exist in vanilla! Meteoric Expansion fills this space. This mod will spawn occasional randomized meteors that will streak through the skies, burning up or exploding like a real meteor would. There's also a small chance that they'll crash to the ground, depositing their riches into the world...! IMPORTANT Meteoric Expansion ships with configurable options! By default meteors are NOT destructive and will NOT damage the world or player structures. With the destructive option set to false Meteoric Expansion is mostly cosmetic. You may find a few scattered bits at the collision site, but no meteorite embedded in the ground. Risk vs reward... To change your config, load up a game with the mod installed and enabled. After the mod runs once, a MeteoricExpansionConfig.json file will be available for edit in... 'C:\Users\{Your Username}\AppData\Roaming\VintagestoryData\ModConfig' Exit to menu, edit this file, then load your save to see the changes! Further config details can be found by opening the mod ZIP and reading the readme in 'assets\meteoricexpansion\config\' Download Mod Download the latest version of Meteoric Expansion for Vintage Story 1.16.0: Meteoric Expansion v1.0.6 To download previous versions of the mod, view version change logs, report issues, or to view the mod source files, please visit: Meteoric Expansion GitHub My Other Mods Ancient Tools: A collection of useful tools from ancient times. Ore Crystals: Adds crystals to ore deposits along with other various crystal-based craftables! Item Lights: Gives items the same illumination capabilities as blocks. Enjoying my mods? Please do consider supporting me on Patreon, it'd be a great help!
  17. ================================================================== A simple mod that adds the ability to make flint chisels. Flint chisels are significantly crappier than the metal versions, at only a third of the duration of copper chisels, but you can make 3 at a time with the flint knapping recipe. Our IRL ancestors made flint chisels, so I figured this would be a nice addition. ================================================================== DOWNLOAD Flint Chisel v1.0.0.zip
  18. Item Lights Candle, why won’t you light my path at night? You glow with fire and yet I stumble around in the darkness… Item Lights is a mod that aims to address an odd inconsistency in Vintage Story. Unlike blocks, items cannot emit light when held in hand or tossed on the ground. This means that a lit candle won’t light up the area, while a torch will. This mod gives items the same illumination capabilities as blocks have. Candles, Temporal Gears, and the creative Wand are now light sources with Item Lights. For Modders Your mods can take advantage of this system too if installed alongside Item Lights! You only need to give your item or block an attribute like this: "itemlight": [0, 0, 6] Any byte array value that matches this graphic should work(hover to see values): http://tyron.at/vs/vslightwheel.html Download Mod Download the latest version of Item Lights for Vintage Story 1.16.0+: Version 1.0.2 To download previous versions of the mod or to view change logs please visit: Item Lights ModDB Page Source code can be viewed here: Item Lights GitHub My Other Mods Ancient Tools: A collection of useful tools from ancient times. Ore Crystals: Adds crystals to ore deposits along with other various crystal-based craftables! Meteoric Expansion: Introduces streaking meteors to the Vintage Story skies. Variable danger factor. Enjoying my mods? Please do consider supporting me on Patreon, it'd be a great help!
  19. Ore Crystals What's that faint glow in the distance...? Is it a way out of this cave? Is it something more sinister? No. It's strange, crystallized metal growing from this ore... Huh. Maybe those temporal storms we've been having have something to do with it? Deep down in the depths of the world there are many temporal mysteries. A semi-sentient creature enthroned upon a structure of crystal is one such mysteries. It seems to burst with energy, enriching the local cluster of crystals with new life, causing them to rapidly grow an an unnatural rate. They even seem to have taken over the machinery of the depths, the locusts, infesting them with crystal and somehow influenced them to be their guardians. It may be dangerous, but perhaps...these 'hearts', and these crystals... will they be useful, in some way? It is HIGHLY recommended to install this mod on a new world. Also, I'd like to recommend installing my other mod, Item Lights, alongside this mod since Ore Crystals items extensively use that system. It's optional, though. Download Mod Download the latest version of Ore Crystals for Vintage Story 1.16.0+: Version 1.3.5 To download previous versions of the mod, view version change logs, report issues, or to view the source files, please visit the GitHub: Ore Crystals GitHub My Other Mods Ancient Tools: A collection of useful tools from ancient times. Meteoric Expansion: Introduces streaking meteors to the Vintage Story skies. Variable danger factor. Item Lights: Gives items the same illumination capabilities as blocks. Enjoying my mods? Please do consider supporting me on Patreon, it'd be a great help!
  20. I have spent a night in mountainous area less than 2K blocks away from spawn (on a 2M * 2M map, realistic climate zones), and a polar bear spawned near my shelter. It was not hostile until I poked them with a spear few times.
  21. Version 2.2.0 The mod creates a default Item-Packages based on available player-classes and stores in JSON file. As Server-Admin (also in Singleplayer) you can edit this json file by adding the items / blocks with its code. Editing the Item-Package-Json file requires a restart of the Server/Singleplayer. Only the ItemCodes are supported! All Players will be recorded by its uuid, which is created by VintageStory-AccountManagement, and garantues that no one will get the items twice. path: \VintagestoryData\ModConfig\starterpackmod\<world-id>\starterpack.playersreceivedpackage.json You can edit both files, but be sure you know what you are doing with it. HINT for Admins of existing worlds: For your existing players you must allow users to re-select their playerclass to get the package delivered. There is a no API to get that information that a player has already closed that dialog. The mod is regulary thought for multiplayer. Singleplayer is supported also. Known issues: Backpacks / Baskets etc causing client crashes, so blacklisted them by mod-coding - sorry. Download in ModDB [if you like my mods, with a donation you can support me and my work]
  22. Update 1-22-22: New version 1.5.1. Updated for VS 1.16 This mod adds larger storage capacity chests to the game. The recipes are simply adding a plate of the metal tier to the previous tier chest in the player crafting grid. For example: the Copper Chest takes a Wooden Chest + Copper Plate. Bronze Chest takes Copper Chest + any bronze plate. Iron Chest takes any Bronze Chest + Iron Plate. Steel chest takes an Iron Chest + steel plate. I feel the recipes are fair enough. Every chest can be made into the "Labeled" version by adding a sign to it just like the wooden chest. Labeled chests can be upgraded to the next tier as well. These chests are based on the vanilla wooden chest so they behave and interact the same. They can be reinforced and are lockable. Known Issues: These bigger inventories cause the GUI window for the storage to be taller and eventually have a scroll bar. If you have multiple of these chests open at once they will run off the top and bottom of the screen. In order to resolve this you can set your GUI size to 7 or lower and they will scale down and fit properly. If you don't want to use a smaller GUI scale you could set the windows to movable and arrange them to where they fit. Notes: This mod is required for both client and server. Language files for English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, and Portuguese are included. Thanks to those that have contributed! There are 2 versions of the mod. One that is configured for Carry Capacity and one that is not. Default configuration for Carry Capacity version is hand carrying only. I hope people will enjoy using this mod. It was a fun learning experience for me. Downloads: I'm using the Vintage Story Mod DB from now on for downloads. No need to have files in two places. https://mods.vintagestory.at/show/mod/137
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