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To install Advent of Ascension, the user has to have downloaded Forge first. Forge can be downloaded here (click here for 1.12.2 and here for 1.7.10). One will need a minimum of Forge 31.2.27 to play this mod in 1.15.2 (Forge 18.104.22.16846 for 1.12.2). Once the user has properly installed forge, one can download the mod here. Once one downloads the mod jar file, they must move it to their mods folder in their Minecraft directory. If a mods folder does not exist, the user can simply create one.
Advent of Ascension is only available for Minecraft: Java Edition on Windows, Mac, and Linux, for Minecraft versions 1.15.2, 1.12.2 and 1.7.10*. Advent of Ascension cannot be installed to any other version of Minecraft: Java Edition or any other edition of Minecraft. Advent of Ascension can also only be installed with Forge; it cannot be installed with Fabric or any other similar mod loader.
About Advent of Ascension
Advent of Ascension (also called Nevermine; abbreviated as AoA) is a large action and adventure mod for Minecraft. The mod was created by Xolova, and is currently being developed by Tslat, with Ursun and NeoVolt as artists, and Firch as a sound artist.
Advent of Ascension is a mod with a large amount of content. Gameplay in the mod includes exploring 22 dimensions, each with its own generation, structures, mobs, blocks, and items. While traveling through the dimensions, the player can mine ores, locate structures, and battle entities with various abilities.
The player can gear up in one of the mod's many armor sets, most having a special ability granted to the player when worn. One may also choose between a large selection of weapons, ranging from melee weapons like swords, to ranged weapons, such as bows, guns, and staves. With the new gear in-hand, the player can potentially battle one of the mod's 35 bosses.
Along the way, the player can also train various skills, which can grant the player access to new areas of the game, and give the player access to new items or resources.
The new 3.4 update, which ports the mod to 1.15.2, was released on 11 December 2020. The download for 3.4 is available here.
Besides porting to 1.15.2, the update features some other features:
Crossbows were added. There are a total of 9 crossbows in 3.4.
Archerguns as a weapon type were removed.
The statue blocks that were dropped by bosses have been changed to "trophy" blocks. These are little pedestal blocks with a spinning mob displayed on them.
The mod's logs have received stripped variants, and the mod's planks can be made into pressure plates and buttons. The mod's stone can now be made into stairs and slabs. Walls were added and can be made out of the mod's stone, bricks, and ivory.
Support for some of 1.14's new utility blocks, such as the Blast Furnace, has been added.
This page was last edited on 18 January 2021, at 00:56.
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