These are the mods that I'm using:
This mod adds a lunar event called "Bloodmoon", every night there is a chance of 5% (configurable) that a bloodmoon will rise. During the following night monsters will spawn faster and closer to the player. The spawn limit of monsters will also be higher. Notice that all of these things only apply to monsters spawned on the surface, you will not experience any of these effects if you are for example in a cave. You can also not sleep through a bloodmoon night (configurable). You can also turn on an option in the config file to make all monsters spawned by a bloodmoon vanish at dawn (Disabled by default).
On the visual side the moon, the sky and sky light will be tinted red, to accommodate for the red sky the fog will also turn black for a nicer effect.
If you can't wait for the bloodmoon, allow cheats and type /bloodmoon force, bloodmoon will be schedule the next night.
My favorite of all & a useful mod for me.
If you die you will have a gravestone in the place you died with your name & it holds all your items that you have before you died.
here's my example:
that's my gravestone with my name on it, just break the andesite AND!
Your character ghost will appear to kill you XD so you need to go back again to your grave and break it for the 2nd time to get your items back!
Minecraft Comes Alive:
Minecraft is in no way a soap opera in which you are the main character. But wouldn’t it be cool if it could be? Minecraft Comes Alive is a hugely detailed mod that turns your Minecraft experience, both single and multiplayer, into an RPG in which you can interact with villagers in a whole new way.
Villagers are either males or females who look and act like humans. You can interact with them in a lot of different ways, like chatting, asking them to follow you, asking favors, and trying to be romantic!
You can build relationships (either good or bad) with villagers. Your character will develop his or her role in the village depending on how you choose to have them act.
You can marry villagers if you get your relationship high enough. Married couples can have children who will do many chores for you. In single player and LAN, you can marry other players and have children with them too!
Be careful how you deal with villagers though…wouldn’t want to mess up your chances of a healthy relationship!
Hardcore mode gives you a top-secret feature. Play the mod and find out what it is! You should install this mod if you are a fan of games like SIMS and other life simulators, or just really like developing relationships with people. And the best part? You can still interact with villagers as you could in unmodded Minecraft! Trades and other interactions still work normally.
Oceancraft is a mod that almost completely overhauls the ocean in Minecraft. It makes them much more realistic and adds in 10 new mobs, new blocks, and new items!
Right off the bat, you’ll notice that the darkness is overwhelming. It makes traveling by water completely different, and even possibly dangerous.
The mod creates entities like pillar huts with cannibals in them, oysters, and seaweed!
New mobs are featured too! Some notable examples include cannibals, seagulls, and crabs.
If you’re feeling up for a challenge, head down to the depths…but you may be greeted by some new blocks and dangerous mobs!
This barely scratches the surface of the sheer amount of features this mod has. Download it and explore the oceans for yourself! P.S. bring diving gear to help you out!
Realistic Torches is a lightweight mod designed for modpack makers looking to add difficulty to the early game. The primary feature of this mod causes torches to burn out after a configurable amount of time, encouraging players to move toward more permanent light sources early on.
Torches are now unlit when crafting, and must be lit using a matchbox in a crafting grid or flint and steel after being placed. As a result, the matchbox must be acquired before players can do things like explore caves or prevent hostile spawning.
Torches will burn out after a specified amount of time (60 minutes real time by default, can be changed in the config) and become unlit. This encourages players to seek more permanent light sources early on, such as glowstone or lava.
Torches will be extinguished when rained on.
Permanently lit torches can be crafted using a glowstone crystal instead of coal.
Naturally light-emitting blocks (and some items) will emit light when held, making it easy to explore at night without having to constantly place torches.
Torch recipes added by other mods will be removed to ensure that the matchbox or flint and steel must be acquired to craft lit torches.
If you're in dark place you don't need to place a torch there just hold the torch in your hand and it will lightened the place.