[128x] Better Than Wolves [V4.A9 Pustules Lancing] [MC1.5.2]

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Post 24 Nov 2016, 19:44

Trust me, it is better with mods :p
Particularly with the Mod "MC 1.10.2" ore "MC 1.11" :D

But jea, i think you are right.
It is an good recreation, but fare form identical.
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Post 30 Nov 2016, 21:30

Are you kidding me? Have you seen those horses? XD
But you are right in that the new versions of vanilla MC look like mods more and more :)

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Daisjun contributed some textures for the cauldron, crucible and hopper. Thanks a lot, man :)
Pack updated.

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Added sad creeper, level butcher and dirty peasant.
Added padded armor
Added saw
Added steel detector

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Added growing saplings, ender block, dragon vessel, the beast

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Added textures for the nether slugde block, uncooked pumpkin pie and pastry, steel pressure plate and updated the lens spotlight.

That concludes all the block textures. Still got some items and other miscelaneous textures to go.
Still working on the textures for Humped Camel version, will start on the textures for the recently released version of BTW when this one is done.

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Updated most of the item textures. Only two to go, and the gimp armor to finish.
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Post 04 Feb 2018, 01:09

I've updated this for the latest version of BTW, and finished all the remaining textures, so this TP can be considered complete now.

If anyone have any feedback please feel free to post it here.

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Fixed 3 textures with wrong image sizes and updated the pack
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Post 04 Feb 2018, 10:42

The way you're doing the line above the download is confusing, I understand you want to show the addon version (not that another made up version number is really helpful) but you can do that in the zip filename and in the Changelog section that I didn't notice you didn't have.

Your changelog should basically be [date]: [what you did].

I'm going to edit your OP for the download to be the standard on the forum. It's less confusing for an end user who just wants to know what version of the mod the patch is for.

I would generally suggest you avoid the whole version numbering you're doing in regards to the "Addon Patch" it just leaves to a muddle of numbers and people will get confused whether it's for v3 of the mod or v4.
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Post 04 Feb 2018, 21:00

I see... I have a full changelog in the download file, but I'll add it also on the main post. I don't remember any dates of the old updates though, they are over a year old... So this may be inconsistent if I add the changelog without the versions I used before

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Ok, I included the changelog in the post. I kept the newest dates and the versions for consistency's sake, since the versioning was this way since before I started working on the mod. Do you think it's clearer now? I can remove the addon versions, but without the older dates or versions it's really going to be confusing I think.
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