More Shears is a mod that’s been designed to make shearing a bit more engaging. Shearing in Minecraft is one of the easiest ways through which players can get their hands on resources. Shears are easy to acquire and aren’t all that hard to use, so players are often times able to use them to acquire tons of useful things from the game world. For example, by shearing sheep, you can get up to three wool blocks whereas you’ll only get one if you kill it. Aside from sheep, shears can be used in other places as well, and the More Shears mod adds tons of different shears that players can use on their journey.
As you can tell by the name, the More Shears mod simply adds more shears into the game and these are actually quite useful. If you feel that the vanilla shears aren’t efficient, you’ll definitely love using this mod. It implements shears of various different materials such as wood, stone, gold and even diamond. The material that you use to make your shear will determine how durable and how efficient it is so, it’s definitely worth it to invest in shears made from high-end material like gold or diamond.
The More Shears mod is fully compatible with the BaseMetals mod, and if you use both these mods simultaneously, then you’ll actually be able to produce shears from a variety of different metals such as copper, silver, tin, lead, nickel, steel and a whole lot more. The More Shears mod comes with a configuration file through which players can adjust various different things about the shears such as how durable they are. Shears will normally have the durability of the base material that’s used to make them, but this can also be changed from the configuration menu.
How to install More Shears 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.
- Immersive Engineering
- Base Metals
Download Link for More Shears Mod
for Minecraft 1.10.2
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