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The following page is a list of mentioned features. Most of these were mentioned by Xolova to be implemented in future updates. Whether these features are implemented in the future or not is currently unknown.
In general, Scimiguy is most likely to add content that already has code or models, textures, and other assets that he can work with.
Scimiguy's mentioned features[edit | edit source]
Some features that have been mentioned by Scimiguy but not directly confirmed for any update:
- Scimiguy has said that if he was bored with porting mobs for 3.0 update, he might add an Elite Smash boss for the snapshots.
- Scimiguy mentioned having an idea for an infection-themed dimension.
- Scimiguy mentioned a dimension which would consist of a giant dungeon that existed both above and underground. The dungeon would be huge, and the player would have to fight off mobs from the outside. The player could collect materials from inside the dungeon.
Xolova's mentioned features with an unknown status[edit | edit source]
The following features were mentioned by Xolova but have not been confirmed to be scrapped.
2.5 Snapshot Dimensions[edit | edit source]
These are dimensions that currently exist in the 2.5 Snapshot. They are sorted in the table from most complete (top) to least complete (bottom).
The new developer, Tslat, had confirmed adding these dimensions in at some point in the future, however he has recently asked for them to be moved from the planned features page to mentioned features.
Any information here is subject to change.
|The Everland||The Everland is a dimension filled with black foliage and geometrical creatures. The dimension's generation consist of large square black trees with colorful spots in the middle of them. There are also floating pieces of land in the Everland, as well as a seemingly random series of Ever Glass that crosses over above the dimension. If the player were to go above the Ever Glass, the player will die due to high atmospheric pressure. The Everland has its own mobs: however in the 2.5 snapshot the mobs do not have any drops, sounds or abilities. The Everland has a boss: Evercron, which can be spawned by taking a Bloodstone to its altar, found on a platform structure - the only structure that appears in the Everland.|
|Labricon||Labricon is a multi-level lab themed dimension. The dimension's generation is divided between three layers: Eternal, Leveled and Darkin. The player is always spawned on the Eternal layer, with each layer getting harder as the player goes down. In the 2.5 snapshot, the generation is mostly complete however no mobs, items, or npcs can be found anywhere. There are three bosses that are planned for Labricon: Klokwerk, Pack and Exo|
|Playtopia||Playtopia is a toy-themed dimension. In the 2.5 snapshot, the only thing complete about the dimension is the generation, no mobs items, npcs or bosses exist. The dimension's generation takes place entirely inside an enclosed space, inside this space are trees made of building blocks, play lamps, and more. Mobs that have been revealed for the dimension are implied to all be living toys. . The dimension was going to have one boss: Cuddlehugs, an evil teddy bear which has multiple forms.|
|Ethereus||Ethereus is a ghost-themed dimension. In the 2.5 snapshot, the only thing complete about the dimension is the generation, no mobs items, npcs or bosses exist. The dimension's generation consists of tall, towering transparent pillars, complete with transparent plants and trees on top. The mobs of the dimension are implied to be all types of ghosts. The dimension was going to have one boss: Daemon.|
2.5 Dimension Mobs[edit | edit source]
The following mobs were created for the 2.5 Snapshot dimensions (see Planned features#2.5 Snapshot Dimensions) - the Everland, Playtopia, and Ethereus. The developer has confirmed that the mobs are most likely going to be added as is, with some potential changes to Playtopia mobs due to copyright issues.
Labricon mobs[edit | edit source]
Labricon had 15 mobs planned, five for each layer. Most of them have been unrevealed, but they all have textures. There is no guarantee that they will be added, however there is a possibility.
On 14 October 2015, an unknown mob was revealed on the Minecraft Forums as a teaser for the update. The image has since expired or been removed, but it has been posted below. Long after Xolova quit developing the mod, he revealed that it was named Lockshot and is for Labricon's Darkin layer.
On 2 October 2019, two other mobs were revealed to have textures along with their models: the Arachoclops and the Triatone. Judging by their color schemes they are likely to be from the Leveled and Eternal layers, respectively.
Everland mobs[edit | edit source]
Mobs for the planned Everland dimension were revealed on 24 October 2015. These mobs exist in the 2.5 snapshot, but are incomplete, having no drops, abilities, or sounds. Most of them have the same stats.
When they were revealed, Xolova has labeled Bloger and Blockhead as spawning in a structure. However, in the 2.5 snapshot they spawn naturally.
Playtopia mobs[edit | edit source]
Due to copyright issues, some of these mobs will be changed/removed.
Mobs for the planned Playtopia dimension were revealed on 25 October 2015. Unlike the Shyrelands and Everland mobs, these mobs do not exist in the 2.5 snapshot. What is known about the following mobs:
- Jack in the Box will behave similar to Hiding/Living Fungi. They will appear as a box with a spinning handle that plays music until the player comes near. In that case, the Jack will leave the box and attack the player.
- Two of the mobs are confirmed to bounce.
Upon being revealed, Xolova had labeled the Toy Soldier and Blockomaton as spawning in a structure, and the Builder Blocker as a rare mob.
Ethereus mobs [edit | edit source]
Ethereus mobs have models and textures, however they have not been coded and were never officially revealed. The following screenshots were created by giving their models/textures to other mobs.
2.5 Snapshot Dimension Bosses[edit | edit source]
The following bosses were created for the 2.5 snapshot dimensions. As their models and textures are completed, and their dimensions are confirmed, they are likely to be added in the future.
|Cuddlehugs||A supposed boss in Playtopia. First revealed shortly after the release of 2.4.B. The reveal also shows he has a rampant form.|
|Daemon||A supposed boss in Ethereus. First revealed shortly after the release of 2.4.B.|
|Evercron||A boss in the Everland. Evercron can be fought in the 2.5 snapshot, by using a bloodstone on its evercron altar.
Evercron fires various projectiles around the player. The main gimmick of the fight is that various screen effects block the player's view during the fight, with only a few holes in the screen effect that let the player see through. These screen effects change position every few seconds and get faster the lower Evercron's health is.
|Klokwerk||A boss for the Eternal layer in Labricon. First revealed in one of Xolova's Twitter posts after the release of 1.1.|
|Pack||A boss for the Levelled layer in Labricon. First revealed in one of Xolova's Twitter posts. The name "Pack" was found by looking in the mod's files.|
|Exo||A boss for the Darkin layer in Labricon. First revealed in one of Xolova's Twitter posts. The name "Exo" was found by looking in the mod's files.|
The boss music for the above bosses was revealed by looking in the mod's files.
- Cuddlehugs' theme is a small portion of audio from Kevin Macleod's Video Dungeon Boss.
- Daemon's theme is a small portion of audio from Kevin Macleod's Ghostpacalypse - 7 Master.
- Evercron's theme is a small portion of audio from this website: click here.
- Klokwerk's theme is a small portion of audio from Marcel Fernandez's Black Rock.
- Pack's and Exo's theme are small portions of audio of unknown origin.
References[edit | edit source]