5 Best Minecraft Fabric Mods - IGN



There is a point in every Minecrafter's journey when the game is a bit boring, so why not make your game more exciting with some exciting mods? Since Fabric is a lightweight version of Minecraft allowing mods to be executed on both the server and client side It is a great alternative to the well-known Forge mod loader. There are many Fabric mods to choose from, but we have narrowed it down into 5 top Minecraft Fabric mods. These mods offer performance as well as creativity and provide the ability to face challenges.



Disclaimer: Using mods can corrupt files if they're not installed correctly!



Check out our shortlist and let us know which Minecraft Mods for Fabric you prefer right now.



They can be downloaded through Fabric and CurseForge.



Fabric CurseForge


1. Origins



Origins Mod



Minecraft, the sandbox that it is, lets you live out your fantasies. While RP is possible in the game's core but Origins mod is the only one that Origins mod completely changes how every playthrough of Minecraft plays. Like other RPGs, Origins lets you choose a specific race to play as, which actively alters the gameplay experience in a fundamental way. There are 11 choices to choose from to make each world unique and challenging.



These are some excellent examples:



- The Arachnid lets you climb over any surface. This makes climbing infinitely simpler. As an Arachnid you also passively apply cobweb to enemies as you fight them.Gaming The drawback is that you have 3 fewer hearts and can only eat meat products.


Another is the Merling that completely alters the game, as you can breathe underwater and swim super quick, and your vision is crystal clear in liquid. The catch? It's impossible to breathe on the land. This means that if you want to travel on the land or underground, you'll need take a bucket of water.




2. Blocks with Decorative Designs



Mod Menu Blocks with Decorative Decoration



This mod is smaller in scale however it can improve your building experience in a variety of ways. Once installed, Decorative Blocks will add an additional page in Creative (or new items in Survival), which is focused on the blocks or entities that allow for some flair. From chandeliers to seating as well as lattices and support shelves, these pieces will help make your home feel more like a home . It also can add a new dimension to your creativity.



Minecraft Mod: Blocks with Decorative Designs



3. Dehydration



Dehydration Mod



For those looking for a more challenging survival experience in Minecraft, this mod includes a Thirst meter in your HUD, allowing you to need to routinely have a drink from sources of water (besides the oceans) to keep in good condition. This mod improves the immersion and gives more uses to niche items like water bottles.



4. Oh The Biomes You'll Go



Oh The Biomes You'll See Mod Menu



Oh The Biomes You'll Go is the most popular mod on the list, and one of the largest in Minecraft. It introduces 75 new biomes to Minecraft. They also introduce new items, blocks, and ores to the game. This can be a great way to get an extra boost to your Minecraft game.



Items are taken from Biomepedia: Oh the Biomes You'll See (Biomepedia).



A handy Biomepedia is also included when you enter an entirely new world. This allows you to keep on top of the new biomes as well as the items in them.



5. Mo' Structures



Mo' Structures Ruins



Another fantastic way to relive the thrill of exploring the world of Minecraft, Mo' Structures offers an impressive amount of new buildings to every biome, and includes new Advancements to act as a cherry on top for those who want 100% completion.



These are great places to build your camp or add a few extras to another structure. You might be surprised at the undiscovered places you come across on your journey around the globe.



Mo" Structures Restaurant



Mo' Structures Retirement Structure



Downloadable here.



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