Anyone who has done high-level PVP in Minecraft knows that enchantments on armor and weapons are what separate the good players from the bad. Anyone can spam gapples to stay alive and keep regenerating health, but having enough armor to sustain hits, along with enough power to punch through tough armor, is all about enchantments. The EnchantView Mod is excellent for players who often enchant their gear because it makes the enchantment process far more intuitive. Seriously, you’ll wonder how you ever put magic powers into your gear without this mod once you try it.
That’s because the Enchant View mod lets you see exactly what enchantments will go onto a weapon, a piece of armor, fishing rod or empty book, all before you enchant the item. This is in stark contrast to the one ability which you can see when enchanting in vanilla Minecraft, and the table will scroll through all the enchantments to be added from a single selection, changing hints every second or so. If the enchantment window doesn’t change then the enchantment being considered will only provide the one buff listed – there are no other buffs if the mod doesn’t make your table display them to you.
Enchant View is also a server-side mod by default. That means it won’t work while playing online unless it is installed on the server host’s computer, in which case it will work for everyone who connects to that server, even if they don’t have the mod installed. That means you can’t just connect to any server with this mod installed and have it work, so keep that in mind. If you can’t find a server using the EnchantView Mod, you can always host one of your own via LAN or over the Internet and try it out for yourself.
How to install EnchantView Mod?
- Download the mod!
- When you haven’t installed Minecraft Forge and ThebombzenAPI yet, download and install it.
- Move the downloaded .jar into the mods folder.
- Have fun!
Download Links for EnchantView Mod
for Minecraft 1.8
for Minecraft 1.7.10