Mystical Wildlife Mod for Minecraft 1.12.2 (Imaginary Animals)

Mystical Wildlife Mod 1.12.2 adds several imaginary animals to populate your worlds and make the wildlife a bit more varied and interesting, especially from biome to biome.

Mystical Wildlife Mod

These range from oversized beetles to big furry lizards, with unique models and sounds. Each of them spawn in different biome types, making each biome feel a little bit more unique.

Currently, all animals can be bred like farm animals and drop meat when killed. Some of them can even be brushed using a new tool (the Brush) to get some bonus resources.

All spawn rates are fully configurable.

Current Animals

Furzards:

Furzards are big, furry lizards. Their behavior can vary wildly but they are all carnivorous, shed fur when brushed and only breed at certain times. Their meat is usually highly nutritious.

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Vrontausaurus are the biggest furzards. They live in mountains and can generate static electricity with their fur, which can shock you if you’re brushing one. Don’t attack them, as they will fight back, and getting shocked by them is not a pleasent experience.

Breed with raw pork while it’s raining.
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Dusk Lurkers are smaller and shier furzards that live in forests. They don’t like being approached without food but will stare at nearby players with their glowing eyes. Their fur makes a thick, black dust that can be brushed off, making them a good source of black dye.

Breed with raw rabbit during the night.

Yaga Hogs:

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Yaga hogs are a rare breed of pigs that thrive in swamps. Unlike their pinkier cousins, they will emit a cloud of poison when struck as a mean of defense, so try to kill them from a distance. The dirt on their back can be brushed off.

Breed with bread.

Cicapteras:

Cicapteras are insect-like winged creatures, capable of making great leaps. Most of them feed off seeds and are completely harmless. Some find their distinct chirping sounds relaxing, while other find them annoying. Their husks are an excellent source of various dyes.

Breed them with wheat, beetroot, melon or pumpkin seeds.
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Azure Cicapteras live in plains and are recognizable by their blue shell. Their husks are a good substitute for lapis lazuli based dyes (blue) for decorative purposes.
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Verdant Cicapteras live in forests and have a dark green shell. Their husks can be used as a good substitue for cactus based dyes (green).
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Crimson Cicapteras live in hot biomes and are recognizable by their signature red shell. Unlike other cicapteras they will fight back if threatened, ramming their attacker at great speed. Their husks are a good, if not dangerous, source of red dye.
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Sandy Cicapteras are most commonly found in deserts. Their sand colored shells can make them hard to spot, and are a good source of yellow dye.
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Wintry Cicapteras are found in snowy biomes, where their white shells allow them to remain unseen. Their husks are an excellent source of white dye, much less dangerous than hunting skeletons.

Requires:

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.

Mystical Wildlife Mod 1.12.2 Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
mysticalwildlife-1.12.2-1.0.0.jar Release 1.12.x Apr 15, 2018

Author: Lykrast

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