This mod adds new kinds of Weapons, sticks, ores etc. in your Minecraft. Features: The battleaxes are normal axes, but they take a lot of damage and their are very fast on wood! The Dopple Pickaxe is likely diamond, but takes a lot of damage too. The Fireobsidian Spade, Magma Spade and Ultraenderspade are normal

Epic Weapons Mod

This mod adds new forms of Weapons, sticks, ores etc. in your Minecraft.


  • The battleaxes are normal axes, however they take a large amount of harm and their have become fast on wooden!
  • The Dopple Pickaxe is probable diamond, but requires a lot of damage as well.
  • The Fireobsidian Spade, Magma Spade and Ultraenderspade are usually normal spades, but extremely fast on grime, sand etc. and have a large amount of damage!
  • There are right now three brand-new ores in your Minecraft. Sapphire-, Ruby- and Silverore.
  • They appears like emerald, but theyve obtained other colours.
  • The silverore drops silverore, nevertheless, you cant smelt them. (within the next update)
  • The sapphire- and rubyore fall their gems; sapphire and ruby.
  • New forms of sticks are usually in the overall game too; rock-, iron-, gold- and diamondsticks.
  • It is possible to craft the stonestick with two cobblestones, the ironstick with two iron ingots, the goldstick with as well gold ingots, and the diamondstick with two gemstone.

Epic Weapons Mod

Epic Weapons Mod

How exactly to install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge .
  • Download the mod.
  • Head to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and fall the downloaded jar (zip) file involved with it.
  • If one will not exist it is possible to create one.
  • Benefit from the mod.

Other Variations:

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For Minecraft 1.4.7


For Minecraft 1.7.2




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