What is Traveller’s Gears Mod
Traveller’s Gears Mod aims to bring a light RPG-ish feel to the game Minecraft. The mod can interact with mods that give a similar feel, namely Baubles, Tinker’s Construct and Mariculture, incorporating their extended inventories as well as its own into one single GUI. In this version, Traveller’s Gears Mod adds 4 new slots, for cloak, pauldron, vambraces and a title scroll which displays certain honorary titles above the player’s head.
The API is designed to allow other modders to access the extended inventory and add their own custom items. This can also be done in a more “hacky” way via IMC messages. Take a good look at the main Travellers Gear class to see how it’s done.
This is the Inventory GUI:
You can open this GUI via either clicking on the little book icon in the top left of your character window in the inventory, or by using the key binding. By default, the key binding is Numpad 7 but could be rebound.
Its slots change regarding of what mods are installed, but at optimum, this is what you’ll see:
Armor, Baubles, Mariculture Jewelry, Tinkers Construct Glove and Knapsack and the Traveller’s Gear items.
The page on the right has a few statistics, health, armor, speed, damage and with Thaumcraft installed, Vis discounts.
The fully filled inventory looks like this. The Items that should be unfamiliar here should be the cloak (top middle) the pauldrons, (right, second from the top), vambraces (right, fourth from the top) and the title scroll (bottom left).
It does what it says, it displays armor.
But not only armor, but almost every item in your gear inventory!
And some of other features that are not listed here. Try out to find out yourself!
Traveller’s Gears Mod Review:
Traveller’s Gears 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.