What is Billund Mod
In creative mode, you begin building with Billund by checking out its tab in the creative inventory, the only limit is your imagination. When it comes to survival mode, things might get a little bit more complicated. First, get a Billund Order Form (they can be found by killing and looting zombies), then save up your emeralds and order your first Billund set. You should watch out as it will be airdropped from the upper sky.
Sometimes the 16 colors that are offered by default just don’t cut it. That’s why bricks can be dyed at any color that may come up to your mind. Bricks can be dyed in one of two ways. Either place one in a crafting grid with any dye, and the brick will be dyed to that dye’s color. On other way, you can right-click on a brick in world with a dye. Unlike the crafting grid method, this will ADD the dyes color to the existing color of the brick, allowing for far more color combinations.
While placing down normal bricks is cool and all, they can only do so much, and they may not exactly fit with your grand design. Fortunately, we have some special kinds of bricks to fix that.
They are more likely normal blocks, one minor different that they are a bit transparent, making them great for windows!
They can be crafted by placing any brick in a crafting grid, along with a piece of glass.
Illuminated Bricks serves two functions: first they ignore the world brightness so they’re highly visible at night. Second, they emit lights when being placed in the world.
They can be crafted by placing any brick in a crafting grid, along with a piece of glowstone dust.
When you need a smooth decorative surface, without all those pesky studs to step on. These bricks offer that possibility. The only cons is because they don’t have studs on top, you cannot directly place other bricks on top of them.
They can be crafted by placing any brick in a crafting grid, along with a piece of smooth stone.
Billund Mod Review:
Billund Mod installing instruction:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge
- Download the mod.
- Head to %appdata%.
- Head to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and put the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- If it does not exist, you can create one.