Epic Siege is a mod that’s been designed primarily to increase the difficulty of Minecraft’s combat. You’ll be familiar with this mod’s features if you’ve played Diablo 3 before. In the higher difficulty modes of Diablo 3, the game basically gives its mobs a whole bunch of unnecessary powers that they then use to eliminate the players. The Epic Siege mod does exactly this so every mod you encounter after applying it will have a ton of extra tools at its disposal that it’ll utilize to take you down. Due to the sheer difficulty increase that this mod brings to the table, we only recommend using it if you’re adept at taking down mobs in Minecraft and are confident that you’ll be able to handle the challenge.
Applying the Epic Siege mod will give all of Minecraft’s mobs an insatiable lust to hunt you down so they’ll stop at nothing to do so. The mob gives most vanilla mobs a whole lot of absurd powers. Creepers will be able to breach through walls, Endermen will be able to teleport the players that they’re attacking, Zombies will be able to pillar up to the players, Creepers will be able to ride on top of other mobs, Spiders will web their targets to the ground and most mobs will even be able to swim underwater so you won’t be able to hide from them there either. The insane amount of powers that this mod gives to Minecraft’s mobs makes things incredibly challenging, but at the same time, it makes the gameplay a lot more thrilling as well because you’ll need to figure out clever new ways to take down your foes.
On top of giving mobs tons of new powers, the Epic Siege also enhances their AI and makes them significantly smarter, so they’ll actually be able to evade your attacks at times and might even predict what moves you’re going to make. All said and done, if you want to increase Minecraft’s difficulty by an absurd mount, then you should definitely use the Epic Siege mod.
Epic Siege Mod Update Logs
- Finally bothered to update this to 1.12.2
- Xray is now a configurable distance.
How to install Epic Siege Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.