Vanilla Minecraft vs. Civ-War
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What is different from vanilla Minecraft?[edit | edit source]
Civ-War combines Minecraft features with aspects from Sid Meier's Civilization. Some basic Minecraft features have been removed from the game to better suit the Civilization aspect of Civ-War, while other features have been added.
Vanilla features that have been removed[edit | edit source]
- Mob spawners have been disabled
- Vanilla enchants and enchantment tables are disabled
- XP is disabled
- The End and The Nether have been removed
- Vanilla weaponry and armor have been disabled
- Animals can no longer be bred in the wilderness(can only occur on Pasture structures)
- Horses can only be bought via the Stables structure
- Lava and water no longer spawns cobblestone to prevent cobble generators. Instead, they generate Netherrack when combined.
- Vanilla monsters no longer spawn
- Hoppers no longer can be crafted with the vanilla recipe.
Features that have been added[edit | edit source]
- Protected plots(chunks) and plot permissions
- Lore Items: See Materials page
- Custom Civ-War weaponry and armor seperated in Tier 1-4
- Items from The End and The Nether are available via the Store and Market strucures
- Specific item enchantments are available via the Library, Great Library, and Blacksmith structures
- Lesser, Greater, Elite, and Brutal Yobos, Ruffians, Savages, Behemoths and Crawlers now spawn.
See also[edit | edit source]
|Tutorials||Town Mechanics||Civ Mechanics||Defensive Structures||Town Structures||Tile Improvements||Wonders||Units||Command Reference|