Download Links The Ultimate Blade Mod provides you ability to craft the ultimate blade and level it up to make it legendary. Now you may think this is way to over-powered, but it is completely even. If you want to make your sword legendary, you would need 10 ultimate gems (a new item), 8 coal

The Ultimate Blade Mod

THE BEST Blade Mod offers you capability to craft the best blade and degree it up to ensure it is legendary. Now it may seem this is solution to over-driven, but it is totally even. In order to create your sword legendary, you'll need 10 best gems (a fresh product), 8 coal blocks, 8 precious metal blocks, 8 iron blocks, 8 redstone blocks, 8 diamond blocks, and 8 emerald blocks.

Functions:

  • THE BEST gem (Had a need to get tier1 sword and Legendary sword)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 1 (14 attack damage, 2000 Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 2 (24 attack damage, 5000 Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 3 (34 attack damage, 8000�Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 4 (44 attack damage, 11000�Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 5�(54 attack damage, 14000�Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 6 (69 attack damage, 18000�Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: 7 (79 attack damage, 20000 Utilizes)
  • THE BEST Blade Tier: Legendary�(106 attack damage, 23500�Utilizes)

Screenshots:

The Ultimate Blade Mod
The Ultimate Blade Mod

Mod Showcases:

How exactly to install:

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

For Minecraft 1.8

https://minecraft365.internet/download/The-Ultimate-Blade-Mod-1.8.jar

https://minecraft365.internet/download/The-Ultimate-Blade-Mod-1.8.jar


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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.