Botania Mod for Minecraft 1.11.2 Mods is a magic tech mod based on nature. It’s still being developed. This thread is based for discussion, so help yourself to some. It’s inspired by other magic mods, such as Thaumcraft or Blood Magic.
Getting started is simple enough, simply get yourself a Lexica Botania, it tells you all there is to know in the mod!
Oh yeah, have you noticed the world’s full of flowers? Yeah, they worldgen all over the place. Take note, you’ll need them.
Now off to the fun stuff! The mod’s “power system” is called Mana. You get it from flowers, which you craft by combining other flower petals. Here’s a little taste of the power system, looks fancy doesn’t it?
And this Mana you create from flowers can be used to power other flowers that do stuff. what do all these do? Well, that one you’ll have to figure out yourself.
Of course, more than flowers go around, here’s an example of what you can do if you accumulate a decent amount of Mana.
And last (for this preview, of course!) here’s a look at some of them awesome things you can use, there’s lots more where those came from, too.
To get started in Botania, one needs to find magical flowers around the world, they spawn in one of 16 colors. These flowers can be made into petals, which are the main crafting material in the mod.
An ingame documentation book exists, in the form of the Lexica Botania. It tells you how the mod works. You can make it by combining a book with any sapling.
Botania features a power system called Mana, which is a somewhat original power system, compared to most others out there. It’s a power system that requires aiming and time coordination, as the power does not go where you want automatically or instantaneously, for more info, see the following video:
The Mana can also be applied for other tasks, such as Runic Infusion (see video below), enchanting, repairing tools or powering magical artifacts.
How to install Botania Mod for Minecraft Mods:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Download the mod.
- Go to %appdata%.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- If one does not exist you can create one.
- Enjoy the mod.
Botania Mod for Minecraft Mods Download Links:
For 1.6.4: Botania beta-16.jar – 968 KB
For 1.7.2: Botania r1.2-132.jar – 3.7 MB
For 1.7.10: Botania r1.7-208.jar – 14.3 MB
For 1.10.2: Botania-Mod-1.10.2.jar – 15.2 MB
For 1.11.2: Botania-Mod-1.11.2.jar – 13.2 MB