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Minecraft Bedrock 1.19 Addons Guide – Minecraft Wiki Guide

Minecraft Bedrock 1.19 Addons Guide – Minecraft Wiki Guide
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Minecraft Bedrock 1.19 Addons Guide – Minecraft Wiki Guide

minecraft addons they are a great way to spice up your game, even in pre-existing worlds, by changing the way certain elements/entities interact with each other. Plugins are also a great entry into the world of modding, so it’s a relatively safe place to experiment, and you can even create your own plugins!

This page acts as a complete breakdown of what Minecraft addons are, how to install them me create your ownas well as some recommendations for great pre-existing plugins, and more.

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What are Minecraft addons?

Minecraft Add-ons are game-modifying additions to Bedrock Edition that modify the look and behavior of certain things within the game. Slightly different from mods, which create entirely new blocks, items, and creatures for your world, these can be minor mods to tailor your gaming experience to your tastes.

Minecraft Behavior Packs

Behavior Packs are files that explicitly alter, as the name implies, the gameplay behavior of certain entities within the game. While this can relate to a number of things, Microsoft’s guidance directly references “how a chicken follows a player that has seeds” and how to “add behaviors to an in-game cow entity to make it aggressive”, just to give you a little indication of what is possible.

Minecraft Resource Packs

Resource packs are files that can alter the sounds, textures, models, and more of various entities within the game. For those who have been playing Minecraft for a long time, resource packs are essentially what texture packs used to be, only with more control and flexibility in the number of different game elements you can modify.

How to Get Minecraft Addons

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You can do two things to get addons for Minecraft: download them from the internet, or you can create your own.

To download and install Addons, you can follow the instructions available on the minecraft website. Once these are installed, you can apply them individually to your various worlds by heading to Global Resources under the Settings tab.

To create your own, see the section down.

You can also, instead of searching for plugins through the minecraft market, use third-party apps like Minecraft Forge to automate and collate your addon collection. While these are unofficial (and therefore can sometimes be riskier to install), you will have access to many more plugins if you choose to use a third-party app.

Best Minecraft Addons

There are so many plugins that are great additions to your game, and it’s subjective on what kind of experience you want to have. However, below are 5 plugins that are a great entry point and perfectly encapsulate the wonders that plugins can bring.

  1. dokucraft – A resource pack that changes the landscape of Minecraft to that of medieval times. This is a great option for those who want to play RP or potentially create some LOTR/GoT inspired builds.
  2. Retained light sources – An excellent and immersive change in the way certain light sources work, if you carry a torch or flashlight in your hand while traveling, it will dynamically illuminate the area around you.
  3. Hafen – Another resource pack that changes things up with a more vibrant and cartoony look; Perfect for those who play on a server with their children!
  4. true backpack – A backpack added to the game that allows you to have additional (and most importantly) mobile storage to ensure you never have to decide what to discard as you continue exploring.
  5. mob totems – A pack available for purchase on the Minecraft Marketplace, adds additional totems (similar to Totem of Undying), which can be dropped by various hostile mobs/entities and, when collected, can give you that mob’s abilities. Do you want to breathe fire like a Blaze? Carry people like a goat? This is the package for you.

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How to Create Minecraft Addons

Creating your own addons for Minecraft is a complex matter and difficult to summarize in a page like this. Below is a general breakdown of the most basic steps, although you can find a full tutorial on the Minecraft/Microsoft website. Are here behavior packsand here they are resource packs.

Click the link below for a breakdown of how to get started in general plugin development.

1. First, find your com.mojang folder on your computer by pressing Win+R open Run. From here, copy and paste the following:

%localappdata%\Packages\Microsoft.MinecraftUWP_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState\games\com.mojang

2. You will notice in this com.mojang folder there are Behavior, Skin and Resource Pack folders. you will use the development_resource_packs Y development_behavior_packages folders for the resource pack Y behavior pack tutorials the development_skin_packs The folder is used to develop skin packs.

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