Out of all the resurrection based Minecraft mods we’ve had the pleasure of experiencing over the years, Regeneration has to be one of the most, if not the most, innovative of them all. The mod isn’t based on the traditional ideas of resurrection so, if you’ve had prior experience with mods of this sort before, it may take a while to get used to this one due to its distinct mechanics but, on the other hand, if this is your first go at using a resurrection based mod, you’ll be able to get the hang of Regeneration’s features quite easily within mere minutes.
Instead of allowing players to simply respawn whenever they lose their life, the Regeneration basically gives players the ability to regenerate into a new life whenever they’re dying. Instead of resurrecting you, the mod basically prevents you from dying in this first place and this is a convenience that quite a few players are going to appreciate. The regeneration sequence seems a tad bit lengthier than necessary but, by the end of it, your character will be back to full health and you’ll even be given a special effect to go give the regeneration such as a strength or speed boost. The special effect is completely random, though, so you won’t get to pick the effect that you regenerate with.
The Regeneration might sound a tad bit overpowered on paper but that isn’t the case because there’s actually a limited amount of times players can regenerate before they can no longer do so. As of right now, the mod lets players go through the regeneration sequence up to 12 times in succession so, if you die after losing all your regeneration abilities, your character will lose a life and will die as it would in vanilla Minecraft.