Fred 2

Fred 2

Client mod

Have I told you about my addiction to pie crust?

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Created a year ago
Updated 2 months ago

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Apache-2.0 OR MIT
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Server side
unsupported
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Featuring the Empire Minecraft Utilities mod!

Don't want to update your Fabric mods? Let me do it for you! I set up this here modpack that downloads the latest of a predefined set of mods. This is an easier way to download one thing to get all of the mods included instead of having to download 60+ separate mods.

The focus of this modpack is to have a wide selection of client-side mods, including the very best performance mods. It includes some optional tools, aesthetic changes, etc. that very few people would actually utilise, such as Critical Orientation or WorldEdit. The installer will prompt you at installation whether you wish to install these optional mods or not.

Feel free to remove or add any (compatible, approved) mods!

Please read the Conditionally Approved mods page before using the some of the mods included.

Please see the latest Modrinth release for the mods list!

Installation instructions

Installation

Auto Update via MultiMC, PolyMC, ATLauncher (preferred)

  1. Create a new instance.
  2. Select the "Import from zip" option from the list on the left, and paste the following into the text box labeled "Local file or link to a direct download".
    • https://waffle.coffee/packwiz/MultiMC.zip
  3. Click "Launch" to run the pack. You should see a dialog appear that prompts you to select optional mods. Select, and play!
  4. After installing, I recommend you lower your GUI scale (I use 2 personally) and change your keybinds how you like them. There will be a lot of conflicts initially!

Manual Update via MultiMC, PolyMC, ATLauncher

This pack is also downloadable through Modrinth. The instructions on how to install Modrinth packs can be found on the Modrinth documentation.

Manual Update via Default Launcher

Windows

  1. Download the Packwiz Installer Bootstrap and put it into your Minecraft folder; the base or "root" of it, not into the mods folder.
    • If you don't know how to navigate here, open the Run box with Win + R, and type %appdata%\.minecraft.
  2. Open the Command Prompt using Win + R and cmd. From there, run the following commands:
  3. cd %appdata%\.minecraft
  4. java -jar packwiz-installer-bootstrap.jar https://waffle.coffee/packwiz/pack.toml
    • If you get a message along the lines of "not found as command, batch file, yadda yadda", you need to install Java.
  5. After installing, I recommend you lower your GUI scale (I use 2 personally) and change your keybinds how you like them. There will be a lot of conflicts initially!
  6. When you want to update your mods, just run the same java -jar command again!

Unix (Linux, Mac)

Run the following commands in a terminal (you can also append && between them):

  1. cd ~/.minecraft/
    • If you're on Mac, change this to cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/. You should also change this if you're using something like Snap or Flatpak on Linux.
  2. wget https://github.com/comp500/packwiz-installer-bootstrap/releases/download/v0.0.3/packwiz-installer-bootstrap.jar
  3. java -jar packwiz-installer-bootstrap.jar https://waffle.coffee/packwiz/pack.toml
  4. After installing, I recommend you lower your GUI scale (I use 2 personally) and change your keybinds how you like them. There will be a lot of conflicts initially!
  5. When you want to update your mods, just run the same java -jar command again!

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Project members

venashial

Member

coderbot

Owner


Technical information

License
Apache-2.0 OR MIT
Client side
required
Server side
unsupported
Project ID