What started out as a bit of an ugly, blocky, mess of an indie game, has grown into one of the most popular and successful titles in the industry, and that game is none other than Minecraft. Minecraft is a rare title that can be enjoyed by players of all ages, with some versions of the game specifically being made for kids, and others offering a more customization for those looking for a deeper, richer, experience. Mods play a major role in keeping the Minecraft community alive, experience for veteran players who have seen the game through to the Ender their fair share of times. To get you started on your modded Minecraft journey, we compiled a list of some easy to install updates that don’t depart too far from your standard Minecraft experience, but offer quality of life updates to make your world all the better. All of the mods listed here are compatible with the latest version, 1.16.5.
The Gravestones mod is an absolute must for Minecraft players of all kinds. Unless you’re playing on hardcore that is.
With this mod installed, a gravestone will drop whenever you die and will stay in the location of your death until someone breaks it.
Why is that useful? Well, the gravestone holds all of your inventory until you come back and get it. Your items won’t despawn or get picked up by mobs walking by.
It’s extremely helpful to get all of your items back in one convenient location, and to have the security of knowing that everything will be there when you make your way back.
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