Welcome to Running Red II: Vampire Money Mod Pack 1.7.10. Although not a direct sequel to Running Red, and although it is in no way similar, Vampire Money continues the story in an indirect matter. If Running Red was about depression, Vampire Money is about seeking help.
A boy has gone to a Therapist. When the Therapist asks him to write a story about how he feels, the boy responds by writing a story about a Vampire. The Vampire has a choice. He can go the easy way, and drink the blood of those things that will not fight back. Or he can go the hard way, and not drink the blood of those things, and return to being a human. But the best way is often the hardest. You play as the vampire. You have to decide what to do.
As the boy discusses his situation with the Therapist, the story of the vampire will grow and develop. The story (and quests) will be released in Chapters, as I create them.
Being a vampire isn’t easy. There’s no natural health regen, so you must get your health from Golden Apples and, later on in the story, drinking blood (if you absolutely want it now, it’s /effect @a 25).
There are no ores beneath the ground. In fact, 60% of the ground is composed of Silverfish. The only way to obtain ores is by killing creatures. But don’t worry, it’s not the dull Minecraft combat. You have the ability to use a shield and dual-wield weapons, in order for better protection. Underground is an increasingly terrifying series of spawners, monsters, and traps. But as you venture farther downward, you will find better and better loot. And meanwhile, there’s the usual system of Quests helping you along.
- Mine & Blade Battlegear II
- Applied Energistics II
- Blood Magic
- Carpenter’s Blocks
- Deadly World
- Dynamic Lights
- Hardcore Questing Mode
- Inventory Tweaks
- Mob Properties
- Natural Absorption
- NEI Addons
- NEI Plugins
- Special Mobs
- Spice of Life
- Steve’s Factory Manager
- Tinker’s Construct
- Vampire Money Custom Mod
- WAILA Harvestability
- What’s This Pack?
Running Red II: Vampire Money Mod Pack Installation
- First you need download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Then download this Minecraft mod file at link below.
- Go to %appdata%. It can also be found by searching for “%appdata%” in your start menu.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- If the “mods” folder does’nt exist in your PC, you’ll need create one.
- Then drag and drop the downloaded .jar (or .zip) file into mods folder.