Legendgear Mod is a mod inspired by The Legend of Zelda and other classic games, providing new weapons, consumables, and accessories, as well as adding a couple new plants to world generation. LegendGear is a Forge mod; once you’ve got Forge set up, just drop LegendGear in your mods folder and you’re good to go.
[spoiler title=”Frequently Asked Questions/Requested Features/Demanded Explanations“]
Boots/Headband/some other item isn’t doing anything!
Install the latest version of Forge.
You should make [some other mod’s thing] work with [your stuff]!
There’s options in the config files to add item IDs for these things, as best as I can make them work. Beyond this, there’s not much I can do – I am not going to go out of my way to specifically engineer compatibility with a mod that I do not myself use, when I could be making more of my own stuff.
What’s with [X]? I don’t remember that from any Zelda games…
This is not a Legend of Zelda mod. This is a mod inspired by many things, including Zelda, but it’s not meant as a faithful implementation or recreation of anything in particular. It’s a collection of things I felt like making, some of which are inspired by something from a game, some of which were just things I came up with.
Can I include your mod in my modpack, or post it on my website?
No, except under specific circumstances:
If you host a private server with fewer than 20 members, you may distribute my mod to your players only, as part of a modpack, through private communications such as email, Skype, or a password-protected file sharing system.
If you maintain a major modpack such as Feed The Beast, you may contact me and we can negotiate.
Otherwise, you may only share this mod by linking to this forum post – any other distribution, in whole or in part, is expressly forbidden. The code, images, and sounds in this mod are original work (or derived from Mojang’s content for the purposes of functional and aesthetic compatibility, where applicable) and are protected by copyright. [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Hearts and Shards Legendgear Mod“]
Slain enemies and the new Mystic Shrubs have a chance to drop hearts, which instantly heal you a small amount when collected, and emerald shards, which can be assembled into emeralds if you collect a lot of them – a total of 64 shards makes 1 emerald. To assemble emerald shards, hold a stack of at least 8 of them and right-click to make an emerald piece, and do the same with emerald pieces to make emeralds. If you need to make change, you can craft an emerald into 8 pieces, and a piece into 8 shards, using the crafting grid. [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Bombs and Bomb Flowers Legendgear Mod“]
Bombs are a new throwable item, with a maximum stack size of 16. Bombs explode 4 seconds after being thrown, dealing a moderate amount of explosive damage and very high knockback in an area of effect, without damaging blocks. Bombs cannot be crafted, but can be gotten from energized mystic shrubs, or from a creeper that dies to an explosion. They can also be harvested from Bomb Flowers, which grow near lava, if you have a Bomb Bag. Bomb Flowers can be transplanted by shears if fully grown, and will grow on smooth stone or netherrack next to a pool of lava (similar to sugarcane’s growth requirements). [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Quiver and Bomb Bag Legendgear Mod“]
These handy new tools will enable you to more readily carry arrows and bombs, as well as seeing your supply of them at a glance. The quiver can hold up to 200 arrows, and the bomb bag can hold up to 50 bombs. Both can be emptied and filled by use of the crafting grid – craft a quiver on its own to take arrows out of it, or craft it with arrows to fill it; the same applies for the bomb bag and bombs. (For convenience, the quiver can also be filled by right-clicking with it in your hand.) Right clicking with the bomb bag will throw a bomb, and left-clicking on an armed bomb with it will disarm the bomb, enabling harvesting of bomb flowers.[/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Magic Mirror Legendgear Mod“]
This valuable item is handy for returning to the surface after exploring a mineshaft or cave – when used, after a moderate charge time it will teleport you to the most recent place that you were under open sky while having the mirror in your inventory. [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Magic Boomerang Legendgear Mod“]
This versatile throwing weapon can deal damage to multiple enemies, break tall grass and similar blocks, and retrieve dropped items for you. It will magically home in on you on its return path, though if you somehow manage to avoid it for several seconds it will drop onto the ground ready to be picked up. It deals a bit less damage than a diamond sword, and has 750 durability – each block broken or mob hit consumes one use. [/spoiler]
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A valuable but pricey consumable item – if you would get killed with a phoenix feather in your inventory, it will automatically use itself to revive you at half health, giving you a few seconds of invulnerability in the process. The phoenix feather has a maximum stack size of 1.. [/spoiler]
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