Mahou Tsukai Mod 1.17.1/1.16.5 (You’re a Real Magic-User)
Drawing a Circle:
- Injure yourself, and then use the hotkey (defaults to ‘M’) to draw a circle in blood on the floor. There’s a short timeframe that you have to do this after injuring yourself, so there’s a Dagger you can make to stab yourself, if you want. As a bonus, the dagger is very sharp so it increases the short timeframe by a bit.
- If the spell you’re making requires a Cloth, put the cloth down first, and then draw the circle on top. Add catalysts; when you’re done, right click the circle to pick up a scroll.
- (Note – scrolls have a similar problem to Attuned Gems. Typically spells can only be used by you if it has your blood on it – but going to creative mode may remove this restriction.)
There are seven catalysts each representing one of the known categories of magic. Take a Hammer or a Mortar and Pestle and smash them up into a Powdered Catalyst (note: these are not dusts, which are commonly found in industrial mods as products of ore duplication – a mortar and pestle will give you 2 powders, and that is the optimal production), and add those powders to the blood circle you drew.
The catalysts, and their corresponding categories are:
- * (I) Iron – Boundaries
- * (e) Ender – Displacement
- * (D) Diamond – Projection
- * (E) Emerald – Exchange
- * (G) Gold – Mystic
- * (Q) Quartz – Intelligence
- * (O) Ender Eye – Mystic Eyes
Boundaries deal with protective AOE effects centered on a magic circle.
Displacement Spells deal with teleportation magic.
Projection Spells deal with weapons.
Exchange Spells usually involve a trade of some sort, often to refund or generate mana.
Mystic Spells are unique, often offensive, spells which provide miscellaneous effects.
Mystic Eyes are sight-based spells.
Intelligence Spells typically deal with decision making, often focused around entities.
Here is a list of valid spell combinations (see above for the catalyst shorthand) and whether you need a cloth. An order doesn’t matter for the catalysts.
You can experiment to see how much mana each one costs. Spoilers below – read-only if you don’t want to experiment.
- IIQ – Alarm Boundary – (cloth optional) – lets you know when something enters your boundary
- III – Enclosure Boundary – (cloth optional) – for people to lazy to build bases
- IID – Tangible Boundary – (cloth optional) – invisible barrier that lets you pass through but nothing else
- IIe – Displacement Boundary – (cloth optional) – teleports things from one side of the boundary to another. use at your own risk – blocks will move too.
- IIG – Gravity Boundary – (cloth optional) – increases the gravity within the boundary, for everyone except you
- IIE – Boundary of Drain Life – (cloth optional) – turns the health of nearby things into health, fullness, and mana for you. expensive.
Note: If a cloth is included, you can make a boundary scroll which allows you to place the boundary at a location quickly. Boundary scrolls do not cost mana to use, but the boundary they place does.
- eeG – Ascension – (cloth optional) – teleports you to the surface. without a cloth, teleports anyone who steps on it to the surface. each teleport costs mana.
- eeI – Protective Displacement – (cloth required) – ever wonder what it’s like to be an enderman?
- eeD – Projectile Displacement – (cloth required) – teleport to the last arrow you shot, assuming it still exists.
- eee – Ordered Displacement – (no cloth) – teleports you to a nearby ordered displacement circle, in the order that they were placed. if there’s no circle placed after, it will loop around to the oldest one. Has a short delay so you can get off the ride if you want.
- eeE – Equivalent Displacement – (no cloth) – can teleport things a long distance between two circles, assuming both chunks are loaded and there’s something standing on each circle. Can be a mob, a dropped item, etc. The things/mobs/people on each circle will switch places. Use shift right click to bind two circles together.
- eeQ – Mental Displacement – (cloth required) – astral projection with a range of 20 blocks. to get out of it, simply exceed the range and you’ll be back in your own body.
- eeO – Scrying – (no cloth) – drop a nametag on top of this one to temporarily view the target player/mob with this name and some of his surroundings. has some limits – can’t see tile entities, can’t see other entities other than the one you’re scrying, doesn’t work across dimensions, target must be loaded on the server side etc. etc. But, it should work in the same dimension.
- DDI – Strengthening – (cloth required) – strengthen items in your inventory. Durability heals and doesn’t decrease for a few uses. Can mine one level up from the material’s usual capabilities. So sticks can mine stone, wood pickaxes can mine iron, stone pickaxes can mine diamond, etc. Mining speed goes up a bit. More damage when you hit stuff. Can be used on sticks, swords, etc (projectiles will have increased smacking damage, but not increased projectile damage). Targets the first thing on your hotbar, or your off-hand slot.
- DDQ – Projection – (cloth required) – first use memorizes a tool or item you’re looking at. Can be in something’s hand, can be on the ground, in an item frame. second use gives you a copy of the tool, with 5 durability.
- DDe – Crimson Black Keys of Proximity Projection – (cloth required) – summons a weapon. teleports you to the thing you’re attacking. can attack from far away.
- DDG – Bow of Weapon Projectiles – (cloth required) – summons a bow which lets you shoot tools, but not arrows.
- DDD – Reality Marble – (cloth required) – teleports you and your target (if you don’t have a target, just you) to your reality marble. You should be teleported to the same spot every time. Other people will have a different spot in the dimension. There will be a lot of swords there. You can change it to prepare for victims. To leave, kill your target (if you had one), then take damage (or just die, but your items will be left there).
- DDE – Power Consolidation – (no cloth) – Place this (probably far from your base) to spawn a large lake. Throw an enchanted sword in the lake, and then go diving to get a new, holier, sword with damage equivalent to the sword you threw in, including its enchantments (Smite is the best, duh). (Note: This process can be repeated by re-enchanting the sword you received. If you’re a killjoy modpack maker who thinks this process is unacceptable, look for the “nerf factor” in the config and set it to 1.0).
- DDO – Treasury Projection – (cloth required) – Summon weapons from your treasury (read: your inventory & ender chest) to pelt enemies with! Must have weapons in inventory or ender chest for this to do anything.
- GGE – Damage Replication – (cloth required) – replicates damage and potion effects that happen to you to the thing you use it on
- GGI – Rho Aias – (cloth required) – a big shield. bounces entities back a bit
- GGD – Mystic Staff of Explosive Mana Condensation – (cloth required) – makes a big explosion. long charge up. big mana cost. Shift right-click for a smaller AOE attack mode.
- GGe – Mystic Staff of Spatial Disorientation – (cloth required) – shoots entities really far. Aim at an entity to just throw one. Aim at an empty block to throw everything near the block
- GGG – Borrowed Authority– (cloth required) – borrow the authority of the gods and whack stuff around for a bit. Try not to use it too close to your base!
- GGQ – Cup of Heaven – (cloth optional) – the evil plan! form some sort of polygon out of these circles without the cloth. fill the polygon with nodes without the cloth. make a scroll with the cloth to activate the cup!
- Every living thing in the external polygon will be affected.
- Caster must be within 30 blocks of a node to activate the cup. (bit of a lag sometimes so only use the scroll once)
- Effects depend on how many nodes you put inside the polygon.
- Multiples of 2 add stacks of poison, multiples of 3 add weakness, 5 adds blindness, 7 adds slowness, 11 adds wither, 13 adds levitation. So 12 internal nodes would be Poison II and Weakness I for example.
- Effects will also be applied based on how many nodes are on the external polygon. (so a square – 4 nodes = 2 * 2 – exterior will give you poison 2 by default)
- Nodes must be within 20 blocks of each other to be counted as part of the network.
- For aesthetics, putting the circle further down makes a bigger circle in the sky! visual only. Put it above height 80 for a tiny circle in the sky.
- OOG – Mystic Eyes of Binding – (cloth required) – stare near people/mobs to halt their movements. They have to be facing you. If you’re stuck in this, try looking away from the person casting.
OOQ – Mystic Eyes of Minor Clairvoyance – (cloth required) – lets you predict the movements of some entities. Doesn’t work on angry skeletons when they strafe. Can be finicky. I think I fixed all the networking bugs in this, but maybe not.
OOD – Mystic Eyes of the Black Flame – (cloth required) – creates difficult to contain black flames at the target location. causes wither damage to entities which come in contact with them. spreads rapidly. quench with rain or water if it gets out of control. (Rain will work underground too.)
OOI – Mystic Eyes of Death Collection – (cloth required) – watch things die (doesn’t matter how) and collect their souls while the spell is active. Prevent your death for every full soul collected. Players give 1 soul by default, mobs give 0.25 souls.
- OOE – Mystic Eyes of Reversion – (cloth required) – stare near people/mobs to revert them to the way they should be. Potion effects are cleansed, buffs from Mahou Tsukai are cleansed, Endermen stop dodging arrows, Shulker boxes can’t block arrows, Withers can’t block arrows, Nether mobs can burn, Water mobs can drown, Husks catch fire in the sun.
- OOO – Mystic Eyes of Fay Sight – (cloth required) – allows you to see the Fae and Leylines.
- QQQ – Summon Familiar – (cloth required) – Summon a familiar. It talks, wanders, and tells you what it sees/senses every so often. You can name it. It might die when you’re logged off, though, out of loneliness.
- QQe – Recall Familiar – (cloth required) – Call your familiar back to you.
- QQE – Familiar Exchange – (cloth required) – Switch places with your familiar.
- QQG – Shared Vision – (cloth required) – See what an entity or player sees. To get out of this, try right clicking – you can scroll to make sure the hotbar is on something safe to right click, as whatever you right click will be used.
- QQI – Familiar’s Garden – (cloth required) – Use after you summon a familiar to create an area where everyone’s friendly. This area moves with the familiar.
- EEI – Damage Exchange – (cloth required) – A masochist’s dream! Turn damage you take into mana.
- EEQ – Chronal Exchange – (no cloth) – Gives you some mana per second half the day, and takes away the mana per second the other half the day. If you create it at 7AM, it will give you mana between 1AM and 1PM, and take away mana between 1PM and 1AM. I.e. mana generation is centered on placement time. Plan accordingly.
- EED – Durability Exchange – (no cloth) – Converts durability on tools to mana. You can just put the tools on top of the circle and it’ll damage them and try to fill your mana bar. You can also put a chest underneath with tools in it.
- EEE – Catalyst Exchange – (no cloth) – Randomly converts powdered catalysts you put on it into other catalysts. Lack of materials is no obstacle if you have enough mana!
- EEG – Alchemical Exchange – (no cloth) – Every day at the time you placed it, it converts certain blocks in a 5x5x5 area underneath it into other random blocks, usually of the same tier. As an example, stone may become other types of stone, and sand may become dirt! Works primarily on natural blocks that spawn regularly in the world, not things like “Block of Diamond”.
- EEe – Contract – (no cloth) – Create a circle and stand on it. Any players who are also standing on a contract circle nearby will form a contract with you, allowing them to pass through negative effects of boundaries and Mystic Eyes of Binding (potentially others in the future).
- EEO – Immunity Exchange – (cloth required) – can be used on either yourself or an enemy you’re looking at. The affected entity does not take damage from repeats of the same damage type, but takes double damage from damage types which were different to the last one they took.
- The Mystic Code is an item which holds three stacks of scrolls.
- Press Shift + Right Click to open the inventory.
- Press Y (configurable keybind) to switch between the scrolls.
- Press/hold right click to use the currently selected scroll.
- (Note: As is the case with a stack of projection scrolls, memorizing an item for projection with the mystic code will memorize it for the entire stack, not just for one scroll.)
- The Fae are spirit like creatures which spawn near Leylines. Their laughter sounds like bells, they follow other living things (and each other) and they drop Fae Essence upon death. The Fae can only be seen with the Mystic Eyes of Fay Sight.
- The Fae are also breedable by feeding them any powdered catalyst.
- (The spawn rate is configurable.)
- Leylines connect certain points throughout the world. They can be seen with the Mystic Eyes of Fay Sight spell. Being near a leyline or a leypoint increases mana regeneration based on a percentage of your maximum mana. The Fae also spawn near Leylines.
- Fae Essence is dropped by the Fae. Right clicking will place a fay circle. Fay circles have several functions when used like normal blood circles:
- – scrolls created with a fay circle will be usable by anyone, as long as that someone has mana. Unlike normal scrolls, they are not bound to the player. Simply right click a spell cloth with Fae Essence in hand to utilize this function.
- – stationary boundaries and other circles (ascension, for example) created with a fay circle can be claimed and used by anyone. Claim a fay circle by right clicking it. This allows you to become its “owner” and it will seek mana from you in order to function.
- – most importantly, Fae essence does not rely heavily on the user, allowing for potential automation of scroll creation through mechanical users and the like. (Note: For mechanical users, Fae Essence should use “Use Item on Block” and Catalysts should use “Activate Block with Item”.)
- Mana circuits are blocks which store mana. This mana can be used by the player when nearby, as long as the player owns the block. Whoever right clicks a mana circuit first after it was placed owns the block.
- Right click a mana circuit to put mana into it.
- Shift right click a mana circuit to turn it on or off.
- Scrolls can use nearby (on) mana circuits that belong to the player.
- Boundaries can use nearby (on) mana circuits which belong to the owner of the boundary, even when the player is not logged on.
- Players can charge gems using nearby mana circuits which belong to them.
- There are two variants of the Mana Circuit – by default, there is no benefit to using either, only aesthetics. They can be configured to have different storage capacities.
- This block is purely decorative. You can create magic circles for decorating your base. Right-click the block to change the angle, color, rotation speed, whether the circle/ring show, etc. Completely customizable! The base block is invisible, so remember where you put it if you want to modify/get rid of it.
- You can also load images from a URL. To do this:
- 1) Go to the config (on the server) and under other, look for the “Magic Circle URLs” config. It will be a list. Paste any links you want here.
- 2) Place a mahoujin projector and set the Magic Circle Index to the index of the list, starting with [0,1,2,3..]
- 3) For best results, make sure your image has transparency and is fully white, so the colors can color it properly.
Best Minecraft Magic Mods
There are a lot of magic mods available for Minecraft, with them all offering different things. Some of them are so in-depth though that you might need to read a few Wikis, or watch a few YouTube videos to completely understand them.
Mods massively change Minecraft, taking it to a whole new level. The great thing is that there are millions of mods available, with them covering practically every category and genre that you can think of. Unfortunately, mod capability and support varies massively between PC, PS4, Xbox and Pocket Edition. All of the mods shown in this list are for Java Edition only.
All the buttons below will link back to Curse Forge, where you can download these mods for Minecraft. We’ve covered plenty more Minecraft Mod Lists, which you’re welcome to read! The list below is in no particular order.
Baubles is the most downloaded Minecraft mod when it comes to the Magic section. It’s an addon mod, which is designed to work with other magic mods. What it does is adds new inventory slots to your character where you are able to equip an amulet, belt, head, body, charm and two rings. Baubles is compatible with Minecraft 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12 and isn’t designed to be used on its own.
Next up is Botania, which is a mod that’s a combination of tech and magic, but the main theme is natural magic. Utilizing the power of the earth, you can begin automating your Minecraft world. It’s a very complicated mod, so you’ll need to create a guide book in-game and watch some tutorials. Botania is available for Minecraft 1.11, 1.12 and 1.13.
Corail Tombstone prevents you from losing all your items upon death, by placing them in a Tombstone. The reason it’s in this list of Magic mods is because it also adds a magic system made up of enchantable items. Some of these enchantments include the ability to keep all items on death, reduces the distance that mobs will detect you and and a way to absorb beneficial effects from the enemy. This mod works on Minecraft 1.12, 1.14 and 1.15.
This mod adds stones that you can craft and activate in order to teleport to. You can either use the stones for transport, a warp scroll or a rechargeable warp stone. They provide an immersive and realistic way of quickly travelling around your Minecraft world with the use of Magic. Currently, you can use Waystones with Minecraft 1.12, 1.14 and 1.15.
Enchantment Descriptions is a small client side mod that makes changes to any Enchanted Books that you might own. When hovering over an Enchanted Book, holding down SHIFT will tell you exactly what the enchantment does. For example: “SMITE: Increases damage against undead mobs such as Zombies and Skeletons”. This mod is compatible with Minecraft 1.13, 1.14 and 1.15.
Thaumcraft is another huge magic mod that you’ll need to watch some tutorials to understand. You can use magic to kill enemies and create items, whilst the mod also adds new blocks and biomes. There’s a portal which goes to another dimension and so much more to talk about. You can use Thaumcraft on Minecraft 1.8, 1.10 and 1.12.
Astral Sorcery is another magic mod that’s focused around harnessing the powers of starlight and the constellations. You’ll primarily use the mod during the night time of course, where you’ll unlock new tools like grappling hooks and abilities such as being able to light the way in front of you. There is a game guide presented to you in-game to get you started. It’s compatible with Minecraft 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12.
Expanding on the Potions system is Potion Core. There are many new potions offering effects such as increased magic damage, self explosions, knockback resistance, revival upon death, slower falling, wall climbing, the ability to fly and so much more. You can use Potion Core with Minecraft 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12.
As it sounds, Inventory Pets allows you to have pets inside of your inventory, where you can name them, feed them and care for them. They each have crafting recipes, which aren’t too expensive and will need to be fed constantly to keep providing buffs. Having a Creeper pet for example, makes you immune to explosions. Whilst having a Squid pet allows you to breathe underwater. It’s compatible with Minecraft 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12.
Finally, we have Reliquary, a mod which adds many new magical items to Minecraft. Some of these items allow you to magnetize items and experience towards you, a torch which pushes mobs away, a staff which can hold and place large amounts of torches around the player as they explore and a load more. You can see all the available items in the image above, and you can use this mod with Minecraft 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12.
Wizardry Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 (RPG-Style Magic Mod)
Wizardry Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 adds an RPG-style system of magic spells to Minecraft with the aim of being as playable as possible. No crazy constructs, no perk trees, no complex recipes – simply find spell books, cast spells, and master the arcane.
Are you looking for a magic mod for Minecraft, but don’t want the hassle that comes with many of the magic mods out there? Do you want to freeze skeletons solid, engulf zombies in slime, and pull creepers into an interdimensional vortex? Do you just want a cool hat to wear? This mod is for you.
Wizardry isn’t like most magic mods. It has very few crafting recipes and no complex constructions – instead, you progress by exploring and fighting. Find spell books, wands, and scrolls! Visit fellow wizards and buy rare magical items! Master the arcane and collect every single spell.
To get started, you’ll need to find a magic crystal (hint: you can mine them, but there is a quicker way to find one). Craft this with a book and you’ll get your very own wizard’s handbook, which will tell you everything you need to know.
How to install:
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.
Wizardry Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 Download Links:
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Minecraft is a game that fosters tremendous creativity; and not just in the gameplay itself. Thanks to its accessible nature, the game has one of the largest modding communities on the internet, providing aspiring game developers with everything they need to practice their skills.
Today, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the best magic-themed Minecraft mods out there. Magic systems have been a staple of video games since their early days, and many Minecraft devotees over the years have utilized the game’s versatile modding tools to bring a bit of wizardry into the blocky realms of Minecraft.
Best Minecraft Magic Mods
Minecraft, as even the most casual player knows, is a game all about crafting things from the many resources of the world around you. Thaumcraft, probably the most prolific Minecraft magic mod out there, draws directly upon this, filling the world with a great variety of blocks that can be used to craft different wands. In this way, the mod gives us the sense that all of its magic has a direct source, making it feel more like a well-developed system; and more importantly, it works the magic very organically into the gameplay.
2. ArsMagica 2
A sequel to an earlier discontinued mod, ArsMagica 2 is the perfect addition for those fantasy nuts who like their magic systems to be substantial and complicated. It includes its own in-game compendium, which pretty much tells you just how complex its system for crafting spells and magic can get. But then, Minecraft is a game all about the fun of learning a complex new system; and this mod adds a whole new, magical layer to it.
This one takes a slightly different approach, being more focused on magical tech than magic spells. As the name implies, the Botania mod is built around a complicated system of plants and flowers that allow you to create magical amulets and weaponry, and, in the long run, magically automate your Minecraft world. And much like the central system of vanilla Minecraft, Botania’s system is complicated to learn fully, but fun and engaging all the way through.
Clearly inspired by a love of genuine Wicca traditions, the Witchery mod is less about flashy spellcasting, and more about the old-school, storybook charm of witchcraft. Players can tend witch’s gardens, perform rituals and summon familiars. Sadly, the mod hasn’t been updated in a fair while; but nonetheless, it provides a very subdued take on magic that’s unique not only among Minecraft mods but among video games in general.
5. Blood Magic
Vanilla Minecraft might have its dark caverns and its frightening denizens, but overall, it’s a pretty family-friendly game. For this reason, the Blood Magic mod is not only perfect for adding a bit of magic to your Minecraft game, but also for lending it a bit of edge. As the name implies, this mod is all about gathering magical power through blood rituals – give up your own life essence, or that of the game’s various mobs, and receive power in return. It’s an ideal mod for gamers with a taste for Gothic horror.
As great a game as Minecraft is, most long-time players can name things that they feel should be improved or expanded upon. The Apotheosis mod is dedicated to building on the few existing magical elements of vanilla Minecraft and enhancing them greatly. Enchantment caps are removed, unenchantable items are made enchantable, and new altars are made available.
A full rewrite of an earlier mod, ProjectE, is based on the theme of transmutation. In essence, the mod is built on the notion of the player being able to break down any item into EMC (Energy-Matter Covalence), which can, in turn, be transmuted into other items by way of a Transmutation Table. It’s a simple concept with a complex system behind it, and when you’re playing a game with as many different items as Minecraft, it’s also a pretty useful one.
8. Witchcraft and Wizardry
In this day and age, if you’re talking about magic, everyone’s favorite boy wizard simply has to come up at some point or another. There’ve been a few attempts to bring the world of Harry Potter into Minecraft, but easily the most famous is currently being crafted by a group called The Floo Network.
They’ve constructed a mod called Witchcraft and Wizardry, which not only faithfully recreates the sprawling grounds of Hogwarts Castle, but also lets the player take control of the various spells in HP canon, and even play a few rounds of Quiddich. The mod is still undergoing development, but there’s already enough there to keep the average Potterhead occupied for hours.
Roots, even more so than Botania and Witchery, is a mod all about the magic of the natural world. Aimed at the druid in all of us, this mod introduces a system of crafting that gives players access to offensive and defensive spells, summoning rituals, and living, self-repairing tools…all of it with a distinctively organic, natural theme.
Though designed chiefly as an exploration mod, the tremendously creative Abyssalcraft, which draws a lot of inspiration from the writings of HP Lovecraft, also features a growing emphasis on magic and enchantments. Taking advantage of Minecraft‘s element of traveling between dimensions, this mod adds four new dimensions for players to travel between, each one with its own chilling atmosphere.
Besides this, though, the mod also allows players to construct altars and perform rituals to infuse their items with various grim enchantments, brew potions, or summon various eldritch horrors. It’s a perfect mod for the magic enthusiast who also happens to appreciate the horror genre.
11. Astral Sorcery
Another theme-heavy magic mod, this one centers on the power of the stars. Through a system of constellations and shrines, players are able to harness the night sky’s energy and utilize it for magical purposes. It’s another magic mod with a wonderfully old-school feel to it that focuses on the quieter and more creative aspects of magic in video games.
Chances are you’ve noticed by now that most of these mods seem to involve adding some very complicated systems to the game and seem to have quite a learning curve. Of course, this taps directly into what most folks love about Minecraft; but for those looking for a slightly quicker fix in their magic Minecraft experience, then Electroblob’s Wizardry mod is ideal.
Essentially following the system of a very simple RPG, Wizardry simply requires the player to seek out the various spells, wands, and scrolls by finding them in the wild or purchasing them from other wizards, and hone their arcane skills by fighting mobs. That hardly means it’s a shallow experience, though – with over 170 spells, this mod will keep players occupied a fair while as they seek them all out.
The Waystones mod is mostly just a practical one, but it does have a very pleasant magical flavor to it. In essence, this mod allows you to craft waystones, which take the form of stone pillars, and which can then be linked together, allowing you to travel from one particular spot on the map to another in an instant. Needless to say, this is a tremendously useful feature, given how Minecraft’soverworld is, proportionately, several times larger than the surface of the Earth.
Reliquary is a slightly simpler mod, adding a few magical items to the game that the player can find with extensive exploration. However, considering how useful some of these items can be (they include a lilypad that increases the growth rate of crops, a chalice that can store lava, and a flower that keeps you from being withered), the mod is well worth your time, and also adds a pleasant magical flavor to the game.
This is a slightly esoteric one, but for those who remember the famous 90s point-and-click adventure game series Myst, it’s a serious nostalgia trip. Based directly on the lore of those games, Mystcraft introduces players to a unique magical system that allows them to create, or “write,” entirely new worlds, known as “Ages,” and travel to them. It’s a highly intriguing look at what this iconic point-and-click series might have been like had it been made with more versatile modern technology.
All in all, there are tons of options out there should you ever feel that the vast and mystical world of Minecraft just doesn’t have enough of a magical side to it. And when you’ve added that magic to your Minecraft, be sure to seek out mods that’ll complement it well – one of the many fine things about Minecraft modding is how well different mods can work together.
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14 Best Minecraft Magic Mods You Can Download Right Now
Exploration, adventure, crafting!
Three words that often pop up when describing Minecraft. Because, it’s only in video games where being reductive is seen as a positive.
There seems to be something missing, though: where’s the “magic” in all of this?
You just can’t have an exploration-adventure-crafting videogame without magic. What are we, savages?
Thankfully Minecraft has that all-too-eager modding community to fill in for those things we think this game has to have.
After all, if anyone can add shooting and killing to Minecraft then it better damn have some magic in it, too.
So without further ado, here are my picks for the best magic(or magic-adjacent) mods that players can find and add into Minecraft.
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*Sigh* Without gems to craft cool stuff with, what’s the point of (Minecraft) life?
While we’re ranking the ExtraGems mod at the bottom of the list because… well, you can still get along fine in the game even without it, it’s still cool to have some gems to give your weapons, armor, and tools some much needed oomph.
Plus it’s not an adventure if you’re not looting anything shiny.
13. End Teleporters
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Minecraft is such a breeze to play through… until you realize you spent way too many hours walking from point to point.
Seriously imagine how commonplace RPGs and open-world adventures are today because quick-travel as a mechanism got standardized?
So thank goodness that modder RealMarkus1002 improved upon the quick-travel option of Minecraft’s various survival worlds with the release of the End Teleporters mod.
With this installed you can place any end portal frame to any point in the world, and you even get to design your own too.
12. CTD Mythos
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We can talk fantasy all we want. But there’s just no glossing over the fact that we need to acknowledge the OG that made swords-and-sandals drama relatable to everyone in the first place: Greek mythology.
The CTD Mythos mod is a collaboration between modders TheMasterGeneral and KingRayRay Ray and features unique stuff like new weapons, “crystallized” items with status effects against mobs, custom items like effigies, and–probably the most on-brand of all–a flight wand that grants temporary flight abilities.
Trust me, you don’t want to end up like Icarus.
11. Dark Chronicle Mod
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Before you dismiss this as just another “dark fantasy” mod, pay attention to this awesome game many forgot about: Dark Cloud.
If you played the PS2 when it first came out then that got your attention, huh?
Of course, not every gamer is old enough to know what the fuss behind the Dark Cloud series was.
So here’s a little blurb: it was one of the first games for PlayStation 2 that, while relatively popular during its time, was downright niche when compared to the successes of peers like the Devil May Crys and Resident Evils of that era.
While the “randomized dungeon” element wasn’t included in the mod, all the weapons, items, and ores are represented.
Alas it doesn’t have that cel-shaded charm of the original games. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying some Dark Cloud goodness in your Minecraft adventures.
10. Tibia Minecraft
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At some point several Minecraft players have thought, “What would Minecraft look like if it’s an MMORPG?”
Well this is not an official release, but for our purpose, this mod is close enough to the real deal!
As of this writing, the Tibia mod is still in its development stages.
But damn if it doesn’t boast features that makes it worth as a full game itself!
Embark on the lively world of Tibia with any of the four classes and enjoy a whole suite of gameplay, combat, and progression system that rivals just about any RPG today.
9. The Harry Potter Mod
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Why talk about magic and not even mention Harry Potter?
Sadly there’s no Harry and friends included in the mod, but at least you can still cast those kid-friendly spells. Wingardium levi-oh-sa!
And for even more magical gaming fun check out our picks for the best HP games ever released.
8. Magic Dust Mod
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If you’ve played Minecraft for the first time within the past five years, then I probably don’t need to tell you that there are dozens and dozens of magic mods available on Minecraft’s servers.
And that is why later mods like this one by Wixey99 is something that, ironically, just about any player can do without. But hey, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it.
The Magic Dust mod is a datapack set that features spells, artifacts, and summons that transforms Minecraft into the magical fantasy adventure of your dreams! Be forewarned, though: you need to read the PDF included with the download so you’ll have an idea of how to perform all of them!
7. mcEXP Heroes
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For longtime Minecrafteers, the mcEXP mod is one of the best RPG progressions systems released on just about any platform.
While it seems mcEXP isn’t supported by its original creator, some modders decided to add their spin on it, like this one by Hashs!
Originally called “RPG Skill Heroes”, this mod adds a completely unique magic system with four base spells players can add upon.
In addition, the bosses that come with this datapack also boast original artifacts, with each only existing in its own world. Gotta love that continuity here.
6. Blood Magic
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Oh, you think Minecraft is still too cutesy for its own good?
Well, of course it is!
Minecraft is a digital LEGO piece, for Pete’s sake!
But of course I won’t begrudge you if ever you decide to download the Blood Magic mod.
Just as the name implies, you kill, get blood, and then use said blood to get your magic stronger—for a price.
If you love the ominousness nature behind all of this, then download this mod. You won’t be disappointed.
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Yep, we’re reaching very far back into the distant past of… 1993.
With the… err, “devolution” (?) of a PC gaming classic in Myst.
Don’t hate, though; back before point-and-click became one of mobile gaming’s vaporware, Myst perfected pre-rendered computer graphics into high art.
Sure, the mystique of Myst might be different when transposed to Minecraft.
But at least the latter has one thing that PC gaming didn’t in the ‘90s: by actually letting you walk these worlds.
Just goes to show that things that came out of the ‘90s can actually be improved today.
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How many mods can you think of that have their very own websites?
Botania does, and with good reason too. It uses elements from Minecraft and remixes them in such that it becomes a whole new game, with completely revamped rules and systems to abide by.
This really does change the entire nature of your playthroughs.
For one, Botania eschews pipes, wires, or anything resembling industrial materials in Minecraft; it just has players create stuff with plants and greenery and nothing more.
It won’t surprise anyone that this limitation actually adds a new layer of fun to what could otherwise be another run-of-the-mill Minecraft run.
If you’re looking for something that really is magically new then this is the mod you’ll want.
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Ah, yes. Lest we forget that we have to pour one for our sisters who proved that you can like “dark” things and not be evil.
Good thing someone on Minecraft also had this cool idea!
Surprisingly enough, there isn’t much spellcasting happening in this mod; rather players do crafting and gardening as much as blasting mobs with fireballs.
So yes, this is like a modern wicca’s take on Minecraft with all the requisite rituals and nature spells associated with modern witchcraft.
But then again, you can also brew potions to turn yourself into a vampire or werewolf, so maybe this is better than a real witches’ ceremony?
2. Ars Magica 2
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It’s perfectly understandable if you take magic seriously in this game. Plenty of others do as well, including the creator of the Ars Magica 2 mod.
It features the Arcane Compendium, a tool that lists down every spell you can create in the game.
It also has to be said that this mod can possibly make your character be the most OP person there is on the face of God’s tiled earth.
But hey, that’s fantasy fulfilled at least!
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Since it’s impossible to download every mod for your Minecraft runs, you’ll probably only want to take up space for the essentials.
And as far as magic mods go, Thaumcraft should be at the top of the list of whatever it is you’re planning to use for Minecraft.
Clearly it’s at the top of my list.
With the creation of a wand, you can draw magic from almost every in-game object and use it according to how you see fit. Talk about having open-ended gameplay!
Highly recommend giving this a try if you’re a big magic user, or if you find magic a little bland and want to spice it up a bit.
MAGE is a Minecraft mod that’s definitely unlike most others because, instead of being designed for the purpose of altering the core gameplay, the mod has been designed in order to enhance the visuals of the game. MAGE, short for Mildly Advanced Graphics Extensions, is a mod that offers exactly what the name implies. The mod brings a variety of graphical tweaks to the table that players can enable and disable according to their preferences in order to make the world of Minecraft look and feel more immersive. If you aren’t content with the core look of Minecraft and want to change some of its details, this mod will give you the ability to do so.
The MAGE mod might not seem all that impactful at first but, once you actually start using it, you’ll see that the subtle tweaks that it makes actually end up making the game look significantly better. As of right now, the mod allows players to fix lighting issues inside liquids and on the water surface, it features a true darkness tweak that can be enabled and disabled at will and, alongside these, it comes with various other tweaks as well that you can use to give your Minecraft’s visuals a significant lift.
One crucial detail of the MAGE mod that needs to be highlighted is the fact that the mod is still in some extremely early stages of development so a lot of its features are still to come and there may even be some bugs and issues from time to time. Fortunately, though, there haven’t been any major bugs reported up until now so it’s unlikely that you’ll ever have to encounter an issue severe enough to hinder your gameplay experience. Overall, MAGE is an exceptional mod that can definitely enhance your game’s visuals to an entirely new level.
How to install MAGE Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.
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Blood Magic is an older version of Blood Magic 2. It adds a new energy source: blood. Players can sacrifice their health, or that of mobs, to generate Life Essence. This energy can be used at a Blood Altar or Alchemic Chemistry Set to create items or potions. It is also used to fuel Sigils, Rituals and Spells which can damage enemies, create water, summon ores and many other things.
The Blood Altar is the main crafting block and source of Life Essence. Using a Sacrificial Orb or a Dagger of Sacrifice the player can fill the altar with blood. This blood can be stored into the player's Soul Network or used to craft items in the Altar.
Tools and Armor
A Blood Orb is the Blood Mages primary tool used for crafting many items in the Blood Magic arsenal. They also are used for transferring Life Essence into the players Soul Network. Different tiers provide larger capacity for storage.
Sigils are items that provide many different effects, ranging from the creation of water or creation of lava to immunity from fall damage.
The Ritual of Binding can be used to create bound tools such as the Bound Axe and the Bound Shovel. These tools have no durability but instead they drain Life Essence from the players Soul Network while they are active. Bound tools have powerful right click abilities. For example, the Bound Pickaxe can mine a large area in a single click.
Bound Armor can be created using a Soul Armour Forge. Bound Armor provides excellent protection from damage and can be upgraded to contain Sigils and provide their effects. Bound Armor has no durability, instead draining Life Essence when damaged.
Rituals are multiblock structures which provide effects ranging from creative mode flight and the creation of water to changing the biome of chunks and summoning meteors from the sky. Some are single use, but most provide ongoing effects.
The Alchemic Chemistry Set allows the player to create custom potions. It is also used to create reagents and other intermediate crafting components.
Blood Magic potions can have multiple effects and are refillable. Possible effects are creative mode flight, damage resistance, jump boost and many more.
Blood Magic has two spell systems. One uses the Spell Table and Unbound Crystal. The more advanced uses multiple blocks connected together to create a custom spell.
These spells can do things such as put out fires, cause rain and lightning or freeze water.
In this mod, there are a few things that are integrated with Thaumcraft 4. Thus, everything described in this section requires Thaumcraft 4 to be installed as well.
The first item that is included is the Sanguine Helmet, which has enhanced properties from both the power of blood and thaumaturgy. By taking a simple pair of Goggles of Revealing and using the Ritual of Binding, you can bind an entity to the goggles to give it a stronger magical force. Like the Goggles of Revealing, this helmet will allow you to see Aura Nodes and also glean the magical properties of certain objects. It will also allow you to gain a higher discount in Vis, raising the goggle's discount from 5% to 6%.
The best part about these is that you can add them to your Bound Helmet to give its revealing properties to the helmet. The vis discount will no longer function, but future items may allow this.
Note: Before version 0.7.3 there was a cross mod compatibility issue with Galacticraft that made it impossible to fill a Blood Altar. This was fixed in 0.7.3.