Heaven and Hell Mod is a pretty useful item based mod that’s been designed to add a whole lot of highly useful items and tools into Minecraft that are thematically based on, as the name suggests, Heaven and Hell. The mod isn’t all that massive right now, but its creator has plans to implement multitudes of features into it in order to turn it into one of the biggest mods of its kind. However, even in its current state, the mod has a ton of great items that players can utilize to do many amazing things in the world of Minecraft.
The items of the Heaven and Hell mod have been divided into the two main categories of Heaven and Hell. Heavenly items are usually made up of either Bluesilver or Holy substance. Bluesilver is significantly stronger than diamond, so any weapons that are made by this particular material are quite potent and can do an insane amount of damage. However, Holy substance is even stronger than Bluesilver, so all the items made by this material are absolutely insane, although, it’s worth mentioning that they’re a tad bit hard to acquire. As for the Hell based items, most of them are made up of Daemonsteel which has stats that are comparable to that of Holy substances, so these are quite powerful as well. Certain Hell based items also have special characteristics that allow them to do unique things like creating Dark Fire upon use.
Other than the items, the Heaven and Hell mod also comes with its very own Holy biome that players can explore. It’s worth mentioning that the biome hasn’t been fully completed yet but, given the rate at which this mod is updated, it’ll likely be finished in a relatively short amount of time so players will be able to enjoy all that it has to offer.
How to install Heaven and Hell 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.
Download Links for Heaven and Hell Mod
for Minecraft 1.10.2 / 1.10 / 1.9.4
Credit: Pazzerino – Original Thread on CursForge