Serves as a more immersive way to get information about your world. This mod works great in conjunction with Pixelmon.
Introduces 5 new informational items that merely only need to be in your inventory to function. Adds functionality to 3 vanilla items as well.
May be inspired by Terraria's informational accessories. Provides information in a helpful and immersive fashion.
What has changed?
>The addition of the Calendar, which counts how many days you have been on your adventure. Useful for dating your journal entries in your Book and Quill. [Measured in days.]
>Simply having a Compass in your inventory will now show your coordinates in the cardinal directions: North, South, East and West. This serves as a more immersive way to log coordinates. [Measured in meters. (1 m = 1 block)]
>The addition of the Depth Gauge, which determines your altitude based on the sea level of the dimension:
- In the Overworld, the Depth Gauge uses a sea level of 63 as a reference point.
- In the Nether, the Depth Gauge uses the lava sea level of 32 as a reference point.
- In the End, the Depth Gauge simply uses the void (0) as a reference point.
In addition to providing altitude, a contextual parenthesis will be provided for people who do not understand the readings. [Measured in meters.]
>Simply having a Clock in your inventory will now show you the time in digital format on your screen. You heard me right. No more trying to interpret the ridiculous Minecraft clock; it is now coordinated to a 24 hour schedule down to the minute. [Measured in hours and minutes.]
>The addition of the Sextant, which displays the current day's Moon Phase. (For reference, each day starts at exactly 6 A.M. on the clock.)
Never miss another day of bountiful slime hunting with this handy tool.
>The addition of the Thermometer, which displays the biome you are currently in as well as a Temperature with a Fahrenheit reading. Once again, context parentheses are provided for people who do not understand the units. (Biomes are categorized into either Snowy, Cold, Medium, and Warm based on the wiki.) [Measured in Degrees Fahrenheit.]
>The addition of the Weather Radio, which displays the current weather. It's readings always follow this list of priorities:
- Thunderstorms (Means that the time is ripe to hunt charged creepers and gather skulls.)
- Cloudy (Indicates that it is raining but not in the Desert biome the player is currently in.)
- Snowy (Indicates that it is raining but it has turned to snow due to low temperatures where the player is.)
- Raining (Indicates that it is raining.)
- Clear (Sunlight.)
>Simply having a Spider Eye in your inventory can allow the player to track light levels in caves with it's photoreceptive reactions to the light.
15 is the highest possible while 0 is complete darkness. Useful for determining the likelihood of mob spawning in an area. [Measured in lumens.]
>The PDA combines all of these tools into one item so that your inventory doesn't have to be cluttered to benefit from all of the mod's tools.