If the current health system of vanilla Minecraft is something that you aren’t particularly fond of then, First Aid is a mod that you should definitely be looking into. The mod completely revamps the vanilla health system and replaces it with something that’s a lot more in-depth. There’s quite a bit to keep in mind about this mod, so it definitely takes a bit of getting used to but, once you’ve gotten the hang of everything the First Aid mod has to offer, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll want to go back to the vanilla system because of how lackluster it feels compared to what this mod has to offer.
The biggest change made by the First Aid mod is the fact that it adds a part system of sorts that causes each individual part of your character’s body to have its own health. After applying this mod, you’ll notice that your character’s hands, feet, head, and torso will have their own health and, whenever a particular part of your character’s body takes a hit, only that part will lose its health. This part system is extremely well thought out, and it adds quite a bit of depth to how the game is played.
Alongside the revamped health system, the First Aid mod also gives players a variety of items through which they can heal the damage taken by their characters. Players can apply bandages to their character to regain the health that they’ve lost and, alongside the bandages, the mod also features plaster that they can use to regain large amounts of the health of players have taken critical damage. Overall, though, First Aid is an extremely well thought out mod that you should certainly consider looking into if you feel that the health system of vanilla Minecraft could use an overhaul.
How to install First Aid 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.