Literal Ascension Mod 1.12 and 1.11.2 has been created to correct a major problem in the game of minecraft. Having to scale heights is something that is difficult in this game despite the different mods that have been created in the past to serve other purposes. There are mods that have been created to help players climb but the truth is that most times, these mods aren’t realistic.
With Literal Ascension Mod, players will have access to different items that they can make use of when wanting to climb great heights. It helps to provide players with a ladder that they will be able to make use of whenever they feel the need to climb a place. Another thing that this mod provides apart from the ladder is a set of tools that enable you to customize your environment up to the point that it gets climbable. With these tools, you will be able to have notches created in stones and woods.
There is also a rope that you will make use of whenever you feel like scaling up heights. With this mod, climbing just got easier in your world.
- Made carved logs sustain leaves
- Improved breaking behaviour of climbing rope
- Made climbing rope drops launch over edges when appropriate
- Fixed incorrect localization for miscellaneous wood stepladder
- Fixed suitableToolDamageMultiplier not being applied for suitable carving with Carving Tools
- Added climbing rope as potentioal creative tab icon if all other items are disabled
This guide will explain how to install Literal Ascension Mod for Minecraft 1.12, 1.11.2 and older versions. All download links can be find below.
- Download Forge Installer, Block-Armor.jar file.
- Right click Forge Installer, Run as Administrator and press OK to install Forge.
- Open Start on Desktop.
- Open Run.
- Type %appdata% into Run and press enter.
- Go to Roaming/.minecraft/mods
- Put the mod you want to install into mods folder and then run Minecraft.
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