Realm of the Dragons is a mod that’s loosely based off the Dragon Mounts mod that has been around for a while. The basis for the dragons of the Dragon Mounts mod were the various different elements but, in this particular case, the basis for the dragons are various different kinds of gemstones such as Amethyst, Garnet, Jade Ruby and such. The mod’s pretty well designed and it’s highly recommended for players who want to spice up their Minecraft world by adding multitudes of ferocious dragons into it.
As mentioned above, there are multiple different dragons featured in this mod and they’ve all been based off the different kinds of gemstones. Each individual gemstone breed in the mod has its own set of armor and tools so you’ll definitely be able to get your hands on some pretty solid equipment if you choose to try this mod out. There are also plans to add item sets for the End and even the Nether so there’s quite a bit to look forward to. As for the functionality as well, the dragons can be hatched, raised and, when they’re adults, they can take to the skies and be used as mounts. Riding across the Minecraft skies on a fearsome dragon is a delightful experience and it’s one of the main reasons we like this mod so much.
The technical side of the Realm of the Dragons mod is quite immaculate as well since there are absolutely no noticeable technical issues in the mod that would end up hindering the player’s experience. This isn’t necessarily the most popular mod of its kind since it’s sitting at just under 10,000 downloads even though it’s been a couple of months since it was released but, nonetheless, it’s still very well designed and worth trying out.
Realm of the Dragons Mod Update Logs
- Added Nether Dragon armor.
- Added Nether Dragon tools.
- Added Nether Dragon Sword.
- Added Ender Dragon armor.
- Added Ender Dragon tools.
- Added Ender Dragon Sword.
- some retextures for armor, tools and mobs.
How to install Realm of the Dragons 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.