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- Vegan Life (for MC 1.12.2+)
- Vegan Alternative (for MC 1.11.2)
- Nothing added to worldgen
- No new crops added
"Veganism is a way of living that seeks to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing and any other purpose."
– The Vegan Society
See the Minecraft Forum thread or the Github README
Not Enough Items – VO integrates with NEI to provide in-game documentation
- Balance (I will need a lot of feedback on balance)
- Add a Nether Star alternative or an alternative method of obtaining a Nether Star (need ideas)
- Add a Dragon Egg alternative or an alternative method of obtaining a Dragon Egg (need ideas)
- Make the mod configurable
- Add as much cross-mod integration as possible
In-game veganism is simply a playstyle that I prefer, in that I think survival games offer a unique way to explore vegan ethics that the real world doesn't provide. For example, attempting to adhere to veganism within Minecraft leads to weird/interesting questions like, "Is it really self-defense to kill a mob if I'm semi-responsible for mobs being able to spawn at all?". It can also encourage non-standard behavior like building a weapon that does the least amount of damage possible.
Do I have to play as a vegan if I install this?
No, this mod simply aims to allow veganism to be a viable option in Minecraft. If you don't choose to adhere to veganism while using this mod, it'll still do a few nice things for you:
- Allows for alternate (hopefully interesting) methods of obtaining mob drops
- Gives uses to various vanilla Minecraft blocks/items that didn't really have a use before (ferns, sunflowers, spruce wood, sandstone, etc)
Should I go vegan (in real life)?