KAGIC Mod for Minecraft 1.12.1/1.11.2 (More Servants, Soldiers)

KAGIC Mod 1.12.1/1.11.2 is a mod that adds machines to your Minecraft world that let you harvest your own servants and soldiers from the ores in the ground.


The Gems


KAGIC lets you create up to thirteen different kinds of servants, called “gems”, each variation of gem can do different things for you. Here is a list of gems and their purposes:

  • The Ruby is a very common and versatile gem that will follow and defend you from hostile mobs and anything with the intent to hurt you. The more they are hit, the stronger they get, and they have innate fire powers.
  • The Quartz is a beefed up version of the Ruby that are nearly invincible. They come in three different species, Amethysts, which have lightning powers, Jaspers, which are invincible when touching the ground, Carnelians, which are just a blast, and Rose Quartzes, which heal nearby players and Gems.
  • The Peridot is a useful gem that helps manage Kindergartens (where you create your gems) by automatically taming gems for you and telling you where you can make the best Gems. When equipped with a hoe, Peridots will harvest and replant nearby crops. They are a little derpy though, if you don’t mind.
  • The Pearl is a multicolored gem that carries a chest inside of it. With a Pearl, you can have multiple inventories that follow you and pick up nearby items.
  • The Lapis is a flying gem that you can ride. When equipped with a hoe, they can hydrate and till farmland around them.
  • The Sapphire is a very fast gem that you can ride over water, lava, and land.
  • The Bismuth is a tall powerful gem that automatically cooks the items you right click it with.
  • The Agate is a commanding, multicolored gem that ensures your Gems are in line and on post and keeping all nearby mobs on edge.
  • The Topaz is a powerful warrior gem that will have much in store for it in the coming updates.
  • The Aquamarine is a flighty fairy gem that follows you and makes mockery of your enemies.
  • The Slag is a hostile reject gem that your Peridots will make short work of the moment they see it.

The Items and Blocks


This mod adds seven crafting recipes for the following items:

  • The Gem Staff allows you to control your gems. To tame a gem, you can right click it with your Gem Staff and it will serve you. If you want your gems to move to a specific location, you can right click on a block and all of your gems will stop what they are doing and go to that specific block.
  • The Injector is the block used to harbor the Gem Seed, which is what creates your gem.
  • The Gem Drill is the block you place the Injector on top of to make a complete Injector.
  • The Gem Base is the item that becomes a Gem Seed once activated and injected into the ground.
  • The Activated Gem Base is a Gem Base after being exposed to heat. To use it, right click on an Injector block and provide a redstone current to the Injector block.
  • The Transfer Contract is used to give your gems to other people, simply give it to the person and once they right click a gem it will notify you that that gem now belongs to them. If you decide not to use the Transfer Contract, you can smelt it to receive a diamond!
  • The Joint Contract is used to give a gem more than one owner. This is useful for people who want to share gems. If you decide not to use the Joint Contract, you can smelt it to receive a diamond!
  • You can fix cracked gems by putting them into a crafting table with a Healing II potion.

Creating Your Gems




Minecraft Forge

KAGIC Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
kagic-1.9.2.jar Release 1.12.1 Aug 21, 2017
KAGIC-1.9.2-mc1.11.2.jar Release 1.11.2 Aug 21, 2017
KAGIC-1.9p1r6.jar Beta 1.11.2 Jul 25, 2017
KAGIC-1.8.6.jar Release 1.11.2 Jun 7, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.16.jar Release 1.11.2 Apr 22, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.16.jar Release 1.10.2 Apr 22, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.13-1.11.2.jar Release 1.11.2 Apr 20, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.13-1.10.2.jar Release 1.10.2 Apr 20, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.3.jar Release 1.11 Feb 26, 2017
KAGIC-1.7.3.jar Release 1.10.2 Feb 26, 2017

Author: Akrivus

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