In the Myst series, there are special books that describe wild and varied new worlds, called Ages. These Ages can be written with a special language, and the books they are written in can be used to visit those Ages. Some ages can be beautiful and safe, while others can be inherently unstable and dangerous.
Mystcraft brings the ability to write Ages to Minecraft, allowing players to create and explore wild new worlds for adventure, settlement, or material gain. When playing with such powerful forces, powerful dangers will also be present. Players must always ensure they have a way home, and must endure harsh conditions in unstable ages or learn how to write safer ages to inhabit.
Current: 0.10.13.1 is current for 1.6.4, using forge 965.
0.10.15.0 is current for 1.7.2, using forge 1085 to 1112
There is no current version for 1.7.10.
Historical forge notes:
MINIMUM Forge for 0.10.0 for 1.4.7 is 515
Recommended forge is 527
Strongly recommended forge for 0.10.4 / 1.5.2 is 738 to fix a treasure (chests) generation issue.
If you do not sufficiently specify the details of the ages you write, you will face instability. Guaranteed. (Footnote 1). Learning how to deal with this is part of this mod. Note that 0.10.4 _reduces_ the likelyhood and (usually) degree of instability, but does _not_ eliminate it.
Footnote 1: Guarantee does not apply to every age, but rather, to eventually. Most recent editions of mystcraft will make most random ages mostly or entirely without instability. Any version will have either some chance of a random feature with instability being added if you are not detailed enough, or (generally older, pre-162) a guarantee that if you did not describe enough, then a random feature did add instability.
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