With more than 5 dozen unique possibilities when breaking one of the namesake special blocks, the Lucky Block mod 1.11 is really the ultimate mod for Minecraft players who are ready and willing to take their lives into their own hands. The thing is, it’s not just a life or death situation when cracking open one of the lucky blocks. They can summon bosses like the Wither or the Enderdragon, which can then literally break apart and burn down the player’s world around them. Since you know now that there are results which are worse than just dying, do yourself a favor – backup your world before using this mod.
If you don’t, any of the completely random changes which may occur will end up being permanent. While backing up a world does take some of the fun and excitement out of using the Lucky Block mod for Minecraft 1.11 and 1.10.2; it also takes out all of the heartache and rage which comes with watching your highly developed world you spent weeks building up as it is destroyed around you. If you don’t want to back up a world, then don’t use an existing world – just make a new world for use with Lucky Block. And if you’re looking for some nail-biting tension, load up your favorite Minecraft world and give this mod a spin.
The best part about the Lucky Block mod is that is has something for everyone, except of course for those people who hate gambling; they really won’t enjoy this mod. If that sounds like you, there’s no reason to keep reading. Breaking a Lucky Block open can spawn useful items like tools, weapons, and armor, or resources the player can use for other purposes, or even create custom-made structures which simply appear standing wherever the block was when it was broken. These are just some of the numerous “good” results you can get from breaking the block.
Some of the “bad” results were already mentioned, but they aren’t all world-ending boss fights that break everything you’re built. The Lucky Block mod might just trap you in an obsidian box and start flooding it with lava after you break one of the blocks. It also might drop an anvil on your head from a short height – usually not enough to kill you if you’re wearing armor, but still something to be careful about. There just isn’t enough room to list all the possibilities here, but thankfully you can get a full list at the Lucky Block Mod website.
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Installing Guide for Lucky Block Mod
- Make sure you have installed a version of Forge.
- Download the mod and put the .jar file in the following location:
%appdata%.minecraftmodsfor Windows users
~/.minecraft/modsfor Linux users
~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/modsfor Mac OS X users
- Run the game and have fun!