Welcome to this All The Mods 3 modpack let’s play. All The Mods 3 is a Minecraft 1.12.2 kitchensink modpack by the ATM Team. Let’s play some All The Mods 3!
– Starting Ender IO! –
In this episode we start this excellent 1.12.2 modpack called All The Mods 3. We start off by getting some supplies and then go on to check out the brand newly updated mod, Ender IO. First we need to find out how to get grains of infinity using flint and steel on bedrock. Next we make a simple generator to power a simple sag mill and simple alloy furnace. Lastly, we work to upgrade our alloy furnace which means we take a trip to the nether!
All The Mods 3 details:
About All The Mods 3:
About the Pack
All the mods started out as a private pack for just a few friends of mine that turned into something others wanted to play. It has all the basics that most other “big name” packs include but with a nice mix of some of newer or lesser-known mods as well. In All the Mods 3 we will continue the tradition adding many new mods while going for more stability.
What makes this modpack special?
What makes any modpack special?
The All The Mods team (all of us; the multitude of us that work together spanning time zones and backgrounds with one common interest and one common goal that is to dedicate our time and effort into making a modpack (and a community) that is just simply “good;” a modpack that we would want to play, a community that we would want to join) we thought we knew what mattered.
We had it all figured it. Or at least we thought we did.
We have edited configs; really taken many long hard looks. We read them, every line. We made considerations for every mod and every config and how it would fit into the modpack as a bigger picture and we weren’t afraid to change things from everyday defaults.
We conceptualized a big picture; a modpack that we would want to play. One were things felt right, recipes made sense. Not what we were used to sometimes, but willing to break the chains of monotony and make a modpack that went Beyond just bundling a bunch of mods that sounded good on paper and calling it a day.
We gave it style. A theme. A concept. This modpack has a “feeling” that is unique. It’s still a “kitchen sink” pack, sure but it’s unique. No other packs are like this because we gave this pack life. We cared enough to actually make it more than just a “collection of mods with our name slapped on the title.”
We update the pack regularly. We hotfix when serious issues come up and they do come up from time to time because we are also not afraid to update to the most bleeding-edge versions and new content. Sometimes things might break but you might not even notice because we pay attention, we listen and we react to make things right as quickly as possible.
We put custom, unique, original content into the pack. Not just custom items but intense planning and development to make endgame, creative-only recipe items that are just as rewarding as they are challenging (even for what is an overall “casual” pack). The extra content is optional too, it hasn’t been shoehorned-in making you detour from whatever you wanted to do, but it’s there for those that want a challenge, that want to really put time and effort into a quality pack that went the extra mile to make difficult-but-rewarding recipes for endgame goals.
We listen to our community, we relate and we respond. We document changes and detail our logs as best as we can and we actively manage issues that are reported to us. We care.
This is our pack and it matters to us. It isn’t just another title to tack-on to an ever growing list of mediocre modpack offerings in an attempt to stay relevant. It’s a pack made to be enjoyed. Made to be clever and intuitive. Made to be fun.
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