Corail Tombstone is an expertly crafted mod and is the latest addition to the long line of mods that have been built to deal with one of the most tedious issues in Minecraft. As it stands right now, dying is a bit of an issue in the game because you’re not really going to get back all the items that you had at the time you died. Fortunately, there are mods available that give players ways to reclaim their items in through various different means and Corail Tombstone is one of these mods. The core purpose of Corail Tombstone is the same as that of other similar mods but its functionality is significantly better and this is why it’s more than worth giving a shot to.
The Corail Tombstone basically implements tombstones in the game that spawn when players die. Whenever you die, a tombstone will take your place and this tombstone will hold pretty much all the items that you had on you at the time you got taken down. Perhaps the defining characteristic of the Corail Tombstone mod is the fact that it implements a special key to the game that can help players track down their grave and even teleport to it if the key is upgraded. The key also makes sure that no other players can access your tombstone in order to retrieve your items.
The Corail Tombstone is fully compatible with servers so it’s unlikely that you’ll have any trouble getting it to run on any server. The mod also features translations for English, French, German and Chinese and these translations can definitely be helpful. Alongside all this, the Corail Tombstone also has an in-game config through which you can customize various different things about the mod according to your preferences. Overall, Corail Tombstone is a great mod that’s sure to save you a lot of time and give you an incredible amount of convenience.
The Simple Grave Recipe:
The Normal Grave Recipe:
The Cross Grave Recipe:
The Tombstone Recipe:
Upgrade Grave’s Key Recipe:
How to install Corail Tombstone Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Download the mod from below.
- Click the Start button (Windows) and type %appdata% into the Search area.
- Click the folder that is called Roaming.
- Find the folder inside called .minecraft.
- Move the mod zip file to .minecraft/mods.
- Enjoy the mod!