Divine Missions is inspired by Bountiful, and adds a questing system into Minecraft. Through the Shrine Block, you’re able to accept missions, and receive rewards for completing them.
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To get started with the mod, you’ll need to create a Shrine Block. To craft it, place a Crafting Table, Diamond and Gold Block inside a Crafting Table. Use the image below as a reference.
Once the Shrine has been crafted, place it down in your world. It’s luminous, so will light up the area around it too. Right click the Shrine to open it. At the start, it might be empty and just look like a Book. After a short while, it will begin to fill up with Missions.
Inside the Shrine Block, missions will begin to generate. To accept one, press the small green tick, and it will be added to your inventory.
Alternatively, hover over a mission beforehand to see what it requires, and what the rewards are. Missions can be timed too, so that they need to be completed within a timeframe.
Missions will mostly reward Experience, but you can also expect to receive items like Ender Pearls and Emeralds. Once you’ve completed a mission, right click the Shrine Block with it to turn it in.
Completing missions will give reputation for an aspect. For example, creating a Hunt Aspect Mission will give you Hunt Reputation. Having more reputation will determine the rarity of missions, as well as their rewards and how often they show up in the Shrine.
The Aspects (Deities) are as follows: Harvest, Forge, Hunt, Ocean and Wisdom. Whereas reputation levels are: Hated, Hostile, Unfriendly, Neutral, Friendly, Honored, Exalted and Paragon.
Divine Missions Mod Download
The links above will take you to the CurseForge page for the Divine Missions Mod. It’s recommended to only download mods from CurseForge, as they are vetted to ensure that they’re safe, and you’re also supporting mod developers.
How to InstallIf you haven't already, make sure to install Forge for Minecraft. It's a simple process and takes just a few minutes. Once Forge is installed:
- Download the mod for your Minecraft Version. It will be a .JAR file.
- Take this file, and place it in the 'mods' folder of your Minecraft directory. If this folder doesn't exist, create it. The easiest way to access your Minecraft directory is opening the game, going to Resource Packs and pressing the 'Open Resource Pack Folder' button.
- Once it's inside the mods folder, run Minecraft with the Forge preset selected. The mod will be installed and can be played with in-game.