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Mine Treasure is a data pack designed to enhance the user's mining experience in Minecraft. Mine Treasure is an expansive data pack with many features such as biome-specific treasures, advancements, custom items and customizability. The data pack has an immense focus on the performance aspect, after its release on the 24th of December, we have seeen an immense performance increase compared to the beta version. This ultimately made us officially release the data pack.
Treasures are divided into tiers: Common, Rare, Epic and Legendary, where the chances vary depending on the type of stone the player mines. Treasures are biome-specific, with 21 different biome loot tables. Common Treasures usually have very generic loot and is great for the early game. Rare Treasures step it up a notch and may contain custom items. Epic Treasures contain great loot at the cost of being incredibly rare. Legendary Treasures are the most powerful, capable of holding loot more powerful than Netherite, though at the cost of being the rarest treasure.
In Mine Treasure there are over 50+ custom items, as well as over 200+ advancements added to the game and many new ways to make every biome-type feel more special.
- 4 different tiers: Common, Rare, Epic and Legendary - Biome-specific treasures: 21 - Advancements: 200+ - Custom items: 50+ - Amount of loot tables: 80+ - Compatibility rating: Fabric 10/10, Quilt 10/10, Forge 9.5/10, Paper 9/10, Spigot 7/10, Realms 8/10 - List of loot tables: https://www.mine-treasure.com/loot - Viewable stats: /trigger mt_stats - Edit Treasure chances: /function mt:settings
/trigger mt_stats - Players can view their stats
/function mt:settings - Menu for altering Treasure rates by clicking on the rarity.
/scoreboard players set in mt.common_chance [VALUE] - for more specific common rates
/scoreboard players set in mt.rare_chance [VALUE] - for more specific rare rates
/scoreboard players set in mt.epic_chance [VALUE] - for more specific epic rates
/scoreboard players set in mt.legendary_chance [VALUE] - for more specific legendary rates
The values need to be increased by 10x, e.g. to get a 1/100 chance, put 1000 in the scoreboard value. Keep this in mind.
/function mt:uninstall - Uninstalls the data pack.