The Draglanor Medieval resource pack is just what it says – a medieval-themed resource pack that is perfect if you’re looking to build an RPG world for other players, or you just like that worn, weathered look of old castles and beaten down homes. If you go looking for it, make sure you’re actually getting the Medieval version of the pack. Draglanor comes in both Medieval and Simple varieties, and the two do look quite a bit different, so this is important. Some of these differences are very plain to see, like how grassy dirt is light and grass is dark in Simple, and the opposite is true in Medieval.
One thing which looks mostly the same is water. Regardless of the variety you get, Draglanor’s water looks the same. The same can be said of Jack o’ lanterns, which don’t look any different regardless of the version of Draglanor which you are using. Actually, the foliage on the trees, the grass on the ground, even the etchings in the bark of the trees, all of it seems to look a little better in the Draglanor Medieval pack than it does in the Draglanor Simple pack. This is definitely a matter of opinion though, and you might like the Simple pack more, or feel the same about them both.
Since we’ve been talking about the Medieval pack the whole time, let’s continue in that vein. If you do a lot of work with wool, you’re sure to notice that wool block textures look surprisingly flat and boring here. Carpeting is the same deal, so you may want to find some new way to add color to your homes and other structures. Unless you don’t mind that flat, boring, solid color look.
Draglanor Medieval Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
How to install Draglanor Medieval Resource Pack?
- All .zip files you must put in the .minecraft\resourcepacks folder (but don’t extract it).
- To find this folder: Launch Minecraft, go to “Resource Packs” and click “Open resource pack folder”.
Download Links for Draglanor Medieval Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X