Druidcraft Mod

Druidcraft Mod is a druid-themed mod that is in an extremely early stage! It’s full of 1.14 vanilla-friendly features, and will always receive constant updates. Plans for the future include a spell system, magical plants, runes, rituals, totem-carving, conjuration and more!

Druidcraft mod for minecraft

Current Features:

  • Bone armour, tools and weapons! Stone/chainmail level, but with the durability of iron and a ton of enchantability.
  • Industrial hemp for all your string-related needs! Grows up to 2 blocks high and can also be used in the creation of rope, a soon-to-be-placeable block that at the moment can be used to make leads without requiring slime!
  • Darkwood trees, a new type of tree bearing a lightweight, ashy wood. If you’re the adventurous type, they’re found in the darkwood forest, a biome that spawns in cool regions.
  • Four new ores! Moonstone, amber, rockroot and fiery glass. They’re slowly accumulating uses, but while they’re still a little useless, they’ll be dropping double experience, just as an incentive! <3
  • Decorative wood blocks! Introducing wooden beams and wooden panels. The beams are a nice, robust block to make all your builds look a little more sturdy and the panels are a soft, vertical variant of planks, making great walls and floors!
  • Beetles! The beetle is a hostile, tanky looking bug that has grown to such a size that it can’t fly, nor does it need to! It’s extremely dangerous, but if you’re feeling cocky then golden apples should suit its tastes. To heal it while it’s tamed, use regular apples. Try adding a chest onto it for massive storage!
  • Dreadfish! Ever wanted a glow-in-the-dark, skeletal ghost-fish? Well now you can have one! While hostile normally, should you tame it with prismarine crystals it will love you forever! It’s even dyeable!
  • Mud bricks, an amazingly early-game building material that is bound to please the eyes. To craft it, you just need some dirt, and to be standing in the water. It’s a bit of dirty work, but it’s well worth it! Once made, place them down, and they should dry over time.
  • Sickles! Who doesn’t want to mow the grass out of an area in a pinch? Say goodbye to the water bucket and hello to the sickle! The higher the tier, the bigger the area, and the best part is that they make decent weaponry too!
  • Soulfire, the flaming soul of a dreadfish. Should you manage to slay a few of the spooky fish, you should come across this magical stuff. It’s placeable as a light source, and can be dyed in a crafting table, just like the living thing!
  • Fiery torches! They’re like regular torches, but much better! Using fiery glass, you can create a waterproof, brighter torch that just looks more amazing than the old, boring torch you’re probably used to.
  • Moonstone gear, made from the elusive moonstone! It’s a tier above diamond, but will require diamond to obtain.
  • Chitin armor! As a reward for fending off all those beetles, you can use the chitin they drop to make decent armour! It’s roughly between iron and diamond tier in quality.
  • Fiery glass is now smeltable! It’ll do a good 12 smelts, so make sure to grab a bunch.


Darkwood Forest: Nice overhead shot of a darkwood forest.

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Darkwood Forest: Little picture taken from inside the forest!

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Hemp Patch: Little patch of hemp.

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Decorative Woods: Beams and panels, next to regular planks for comparison.

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Ores: Little preview of the four ores.

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Beetle: A picture of a beetle all geared up!

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Minecraft Forge

How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

Druidcraft Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
Druidcraft-1.14-0.3.0.jar Release 1.14.x Feb 09, 2020

Author: VulpTheHorseDog

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