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Top 5 Minecraft 1.19 Mods to Survive

Top 5 Minecraft 1.19 Mods to Survive
Written by ga_dahmani
Top 5 Minecraft 1.19 Mods to Survive

Millions of players are now enjoying the latest version of Minecraft 1.19. Although the new version has a lot of cool features, players constantly want to get more out of the sandbox game.

Therefore, the highly active Minecraft community creates all kinds of mods that help improve the game in some way. Mods are one of the reasons this old game continues to thrive.

After every new update, there is a huge influx of new players entering the world of Minecraft for the first time. Since surviving in its vast world can be tricky and overwhelming, the community has come up with some useful mods that can help players. All of these mods can be easily found on the CurseForge website.

Note: This article is subjective and reflects the opinions of the writer.


Nature’s Compass, GraveStone and 3 other great mods that can help players survive in Minecraft 1.19

1) Just enough items

Just Enough Items help players create and use other GUIs more easily (Image via CurseForge)
Just Enough Items help players create and use other GUIs more easily (Image via CurseForge)

If players are completely new to the game, the different GUIs for each block can be overwhelming and confusing at first. This is where Just Enough Items comes into play.

The mod slightly changes the appearance of all GUI types within the game. Essentially, it helps players see which items can create what and how they can be used in various scenarios.

Just Enough Items are incredibly useful in extreme situations where players need a particular item that they may not know how to craft.


2) Nature’s compass

Nature's Compass helps players easily find all kinds of biomes (Image via CurseForge)
Nature’s Compass helps players easily find all kinds of biomes (Image via CurseForge)

One of the best ways to enjoy the vast world of Minecraft is by exploring all the biomes that spawn in the three kingdoms. Although players will find most biomes in the world, some rare ones will be difficult to locate. If players don’t want to waste a lot of time searching for each biome, they can check out the Nature’s Compass mod.

This mod adds a special compass that allows players to select which biome they want the compass to point to. Once the biome is selected, the compass will point towards its direction for players to follow.


3) apple skin

AppleSkin mod shows more detailed information about food (Image via bestminecraftmods.net)
AppleSkin mod shows more detailed information about food (Image via bestminecraftmods.net)

Players eat all kinds of food to replenish their health and survive. However, if they are new to the game, they may not know the difference between the foods and which one is the best.

AppleSkin is a mod that can help players learn all about food and how to replenish hunger bars and health. Shows how much each food item will replenish the hunger bar and its possible health restoration.


4) Tombstone

A tombstone that holds all the items dropped on death in Minecraft 1.19 (Image via Mojang)
A tombstone that holds all the items dropped on death in Minecraft 1.19 (Image via Mojang)

In The Wild Update, Mojang added a new recovery compass that can track the location of a player’s last kill and help them find all the items. However, players will need to delve into the Old City just to find echo shards that can be used to craft the new compass.

Alternatively, players can simply use the Gravestone mod. This mod helps players find their last kill location without crafting or doing anything. When players die, they will receive an obituary where they will find the coordinates of the place of their death. A personalized headstone block will also store all dropped items safely.


5) Trip Map

JourneyMap enables a minimap in version 1.19 of the game (Image via Mojang)
JourneyMap enables a minimap in version 1.19 of the game (Image via Mojang)

Since the base version of Minecraft does not have any map types other than the in-game maps, players can install the JourneyMap mod.

This mod adds all sorts of map-related features to the game, including minimaps and main map GUIs that represent all the biomes around the player.


For detailed guides, tutorials, tips, and more, check out minecraft-wiki

Edited by Rachel Syemlieh

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