Topic category: General discussion
Hello! I have been making something for a little while and I thought I would share it with MCreator, as it would be pretty easy to use with it. Basically I have made a python program that randomizes ore statistics. For example, you could run the program and get an ore called 'Lidrorus' (that was the first one I generated) that can make tools that have a durability of 1350 and can make a block that can be a beacon base (and those are only a few of the random things I added). There is basically 0 chance that you will get the same ore more than once. Hope you enjoy and can maybe make use of this!
You may be asking, "I don't know how to use python, how do I make this work?" Easy, just put the .py file (download below) onto your desktop and right click it. Find the 'open with' button and select Notepad. It should open the file in notepad. From there just click on the notepad window again, hit Ctrl + a, copy it, and then paste it into the python editor I have listed below (under the download link). Just hit 'execute' in the top left and it should give you all the information.
I sort of got this idea from Jay Exci's video on how you can completely randomize Minecraft by changing textures, values, etc. and adding new items (video is also linked below).
THIS PROCESS IS NOT AUTOMATIC. You will have to enter the values into MCreator yourself and you can tweak them if you want.
Online Python Editor (paste text here):
Jay Exci's Video: