Enchiridion 2 mod is a sequel but not a replacement for Enchiridion. Which was my custom books mod that Mariculture currently relies on to add it’s books. The problem with Enchiridion one is that it’s books were difficult to edit, and time consuming considering they were formatted with XML. Enchiridion 2 comes complete with an IGE for the books this time around, making making books so much easier. Enchiridion 2 mod isn’t just about the books though. It has a Minecraftopedia, which is entirely based on the Civilopedia from Civilization 5. I will be using that to document my mods in the future ingame. Since it’s easier to navigate rather than having to skip through a bunch of pages individually. As well as the book, and pedia editor. Enchiridion has a library page. This prefills itself with informational books from various different mods. You can just click on them from this page without having to carry anything around with you. Taking up no slots! The pedia comes prefilled with some articles about how to use the editor and how to make custom books. So make sure you read to them. To open up the pedia, the default key in game is H (for help).
- If your mod need Forge, you need download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Open minecraft.jar file at: C:\Users\(your computer name)\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\bin or searching for “%appdata%” in your start menu. Open minecraft.jar with Winrar or Winzip.
- Open the .zip/.rar/folder of your mod and drag and drop the contents into the minecraft.jar.
- Delete the META-INF folder in the minecraft.jar. Then close minecraft.jar.
- Open Minecraft and play!
- If your mod does not work or you see a black screen: You need Delete your minecraft.jar found here “C:\Users\(your computer name)\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\bin”. Then Open Minecraft, let it auto-update so your .jar can be restord. Attempt to re-install your mod.