Tinker’s Legacy (Previously Vanilla+Weapons)

Tinker’s Legacy

It’s finally here! After putting hundreds of hours into designing and testing this mod, I proudly present Tinker’s Legacy! This mod is a complete overhaul of my Vanilla+Weapons mod, complete with over 100 new weapons! And yes, I’m serious. 16 weapons for 8 different materials, for a grand total of 128 detailed melee weapons!

This mod adds a total of 128 new weapons to Minecraft Bedrock Edition! 16 weapons for each of the 8 materials I have set up. The materials are: Diamond, Emerald, Gold, Iron, Obsidian, Ruby, Stone, and Wood.
1.0.1 Hotfix patches the Ruby Ore so it actually drops Rubies now. You will need to reinstall the behavior pack if you were using “The Arsenal”.
These weapons range from light and speedy Daggers, to hard-hitting Cleavers and Battleaxes!
I have heard your cries of confusion about the crafting recipes, and have developed a new way of crafting! Simply craft an empty toolkit using 4 paper plus one coal or charcoal, then use that to make one of the four tiers of toolkits. Placing it into the new Stonecutter will allow you to convert them into the weapon of your choice!
Here are some examples of the crafting recipes for the toolkits.

You might be wondering, “How would we craft the Extreme Obsidian Toolkit then?” at this point, so let me show you! I have brought back a classic MCPE block, and remastered its texture so it fits in with Minecraft 1.13! Glowing Obsidian

You can use that to create the Extreme Obsidian Toolkit, or just use it for decoration!

Here are some photos of the different weapons you can make using the new Stonecutter! (Because I know you want to see them)

And here is the new Stonecutter!

I have also added Rubies, Ruby Blocks, and Ruby Ore to this mod! Ruby Ore is pretty uncommon, as you can’t strip mine for it, and it spawns in veins of 1 to 3 ores.

You can use the Rubies to craft Ruby Blocks or Ruby Toolkits!

I’m not going to make the same mistake as last time, so I am going to give detailed instructions on how to apply the mod! *You can find how to install the mod onto your Minecraft lower on the page*
Once you have both the resource and behavior files installed, open up a new world in Minecraft, and do the following:
Open Behavior Packs and apply the pack you downloaded

Make sure that the Resource Packs are applied as well.

Finally, make sure that Experimental Gameplay and Mob Griefing are both turned on. If you don’t turn them on, the mod won’t work.

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