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Allowed game modifications.

The following is a list of Minecraft modifications deemed safe, approved, and fair to use by Viacraft staff. This is NOT an exhaustive list; just because it's not listed here doesn't automatically mean it's not allowed. Please consult a member of Management if you wonder if a mod you're using not listed here is allowed or not.

  • Optifine and mods that improves FPS and game performance.

  • Shaders and mods which make the game more visually pleasing but do not make blocks transparent.

  • 5zig and HUD (Heads Up Display). Mods which display information already available to you but in a more quick glance way.

  • Minimaps and recording of the world from satellite view is allowed but you are asked out of courtesy not to use underground viewing features. If it is able to show specific elements of the world such as buried chest (similar to x-ray and esp) it is completely not allowed. If a staff member sees you dig straight down to things of value w/o obvious prior knowledge, they have the right to ban you for xray; regardless if you were using minimap or actual xray.

  • Brightness and gamma modifications.

  • Forge and Liteloader by itself, obviously. Any mod which serves only as mod loader or API library.

  • Badlion Client

Automation (e.g. baritone or litematic) of your account is NOT allowed and will result in a 24 hour ban, based off the rules for x-ray. I understand that people may not have the time to build everything by hand and therefore you can use worldedit in your town by voting. This rule is open to suggestions by the community and may change in the future. It is not allowed because it enters a sketchy/shady/grey area as it can cause lag and falseflag you by our anticheat. Baritone is also usually used in conjunction with utility mods that are not allowed.

Chunk downloader and mods that take a playable snapshot of the world for offline use is NOT allowed because players can use this data to x-ray offline and to steal builds to claim as theirs'.