Table of Contents:
Ore Excavation Mod allows players to mine whole veins of ore, cut down whole trees or any other tool based action in one go. This makes the game much simpler and easier to understand, as well as providing configs for mod pack developers to change the way the mod works.
Therefore, if you find a specific ore in a cave, all of that ore in the vicinity will drop while holding the grave (‘) key, leaving other blocks unaffected. Be cautious, though, as you may use it on any block in the game, and you don’t want to accidentally damage a region.
Large trees can easily be brought down using this method with just one strike.
With this mod, everything can be set up using the in-game mod options. As a result, you may control the tools that will operate with the mod, the radius, and even whether to blacklist or whitelist particular sorts of blocks.
How to install Ore Excavation Mod?
Download and install Minecraft Forge
Download the mod. Go to %appdata%. Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
Enjoy the mod.
How to use Ore Excavation Mod?
If you want to use this mod, you will have to do the following things:
To start using this mod, you will have to go into your options menu and select the new available options. This will give you a new option called “Ore Excavation Mode”, which is basically this mod on steroids. It allows players to start mining from one point at a time, either by picking up an ore vein or cutting down trees for wood. You can also use the configs in game and change them as needed.
– Mine entire ore veins
– Cut down whole trees
– Bulk harvest/excavate almost any block
– Works with almost every modded tool out of the box
– Tool blacklist (can invert to whitelist)
– Block blacklist (can invert to whitelist)
– Configurable speed, size, distance and cost
– Control preferences per client
– Per tool overrides for pack developers
– Ore dictionary support for blacklisting and overrides
– In game configuration with no restart/reload necessary
– Built-in TPS guard prevents major game slow down
– Customisable shape mining
– Undo command in case of mistakes
– Customisable block grouping
– Event hooks for cross-mod integrations and behaviours
Ore Excavation Mod Screenshots:
Ore Excavation Mod 1.19.2, 1.18.2 Download:
Q: What is this mod for?
A: This mod allows you to mine whole veins of ore at once. This makes the game much more fun and easy to play. It also allows you to cut down whole trees with a single click, which is great for cutting down trees that are too tall to be chopped with a normal axe.
Q: How do I install this mod?
A: You need to install Minecraft Forge first. Then download the mod and unzip it into your “mods” folder in Minecraft. Enjoy! 🙂
Q: Can I use this mod on servers?
A: Yes! You can use it on any server as long as you have the correct permissions set up correctly. If you want more information, read below in the ‘Permissions’ section.
Q: Why did you make this mod?
A: I was tired of mining each ore vein separately, so I decided to make a modification that allowed me to mine an
v2.1.0 – Added support for Minecraft 1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9 – Added support for Forge 1025 – Fixed a bug where you could use the same tool to mine stone and gold – Fixed a bug where you could use the same tool to mine iron ore, gold ore and diamond ore with the same pickaxe v2.0 – Removed support for Minecraft 1.7/1.6/1.5 (Forge 1023) v1.0 – Initial release
-Fixed the issue where you could not mine the ore from veins smaller than 1 pixel wide -Fixed the issue where you would sometimes get a message that there was no block under your pickaxe-Fixed the issue where you could not mine ores in caves -Added an option to disable mining in caves -Added an option to set what is considered “good” quality ore (1 pixel, 2 pixel, 3 pixel etc)
-Added new configs for “good” and “bad” ores! Everything is now configurable! -Added new configs for maximum number of blocks that can be mined per second. This can be used to set how many pixels are mined per second. In addition to this, it also affects how fast an ore vein will be depleted after mining it with a pickaxe. This can be used to create different types of gameplay