Hardcore mode too hardcore? Survival too easy? Then try out this mod! With Soft Hardcore enabled, you lose one heart of your max health on death. The lowest you can drop to is 1/2 heart, which additionally gives you some nasty debuffs on respawn. To regain your health, you have to craft a Heart of

Soft Hardcore Mod

Hardcore setting too hardcore? Survival as well easy? Then try this mod!

With Soft Hardcore enabled, you shed one heart of one's max health on loss of life. The lowest it is possible to drop to is 1/2 heart, which in addition offers you some nasty debuffs on respawn. To restore your health, you need to craft a Cardiovascular of Regeneration and infuse it 3 x with 10 XP ranges. In addition, this mod tweaks the effectiveness of mobs.


  • Death minimises your optimal health by one cardiovascular.
  • To regain lost wellness craft a Coronary heart of Regeneration using costly products and XP.
  • Solid mobs have to be able to stun you for a short while.
  • Every creature does extra harm.
  • Highly customizable to suit your needs!

Tested recipes:

Soft Hardcore Mod

The Gemstone Block could be replaced by way of a Gold Block or perhaps a Nether Superstar in the config document.

Soft Hardcore Mod

The levels of the center of Regeneration. It is possible to enable a recipe to craft a fresh stage 1 coronary heart out of 9 damaged hearts in the config document.

Set up:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge
  • Download Soft Hardcore Mod
  • Put Soft Hardcore Mod zip document into your /.minecraft/mods folder. Usually do not unzip it.
  • Done



  • Compatibility upgrade for the MC 1.6.2 version

For Minecraft 1.6.2



For Minecraft 1.5.2




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