[1.7.10] AgriCraft

Discussion in 'Mod Discussion' started by InfinityRaider, Sep 12, 2014.

  1. Flabort

    Flabort Well-Known Member

    Perhaps an add-on can be made that allows you to configure what levels mean what (such as making Yield 2 mean 1-2 produce, Yield 3 means 2-3 produce, etc), make seed drops from grass have random levels (configurable, including what maximums and minimums are dropped), and maybe increase the maximum level past 10, as long as the configuration doesn't create some nonsense like "130% resistant to weeds" (Where the default level 10 is 100% resistant). This add-on could also (configurable) handle increasing the range of cross-crops concerning cross-breeds (Such as within 1-2 tiles orthogonally (Taxicab geometry); or within 1 tile including diagonals) and breeding of trees/saplings (also configurable, cross-breed range configurable separate from crops and is defaulted to 3-5 orthogonally, base block of the tree becomes a special "crop log" block that just yields a log when broken but acts as a crop as far as breeding goes).
    One thing you could do with the theoretical add-on is make it so that the maximum level is 3; level 1/1/1 is equivalent to the normal 1/1/1, 2/2/2 is equivalent to 4/4/4, and 3/3/3 is equivalent to 8/8/8. And don't enable tree-breeding/growing. Increase weed-growth range to 1-diagonal and leave crops at 1-orthagonal.



    Also, quick question. If a custom crop has two products listed, does that mean it has a chance of being either or does it mean it will always produce both? Is that what the weight stat is for when defining products?
     
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  2. MrPeach774

    MrPeach774 Active Member

    It makes slabs craftable using 3 planks which gregtech disables. you can not remove this recipe with minetweaker without removing all recipes for oak slabs.
     
  3. rouge_bare

    rouge_bare Well-Known Member

    I can help on the latter, (although it has been posted earlier in the thread.)
    Growth is how fast the plants grow.
    Gain is how much produce the plants make. 1 Gain is 1, 4 gets you 2 and 6 gets you 3, 10 is 4. (I'm not 100% sure on the 2 and 3 ones, I generally get things up to 10)
    Strength is essentially weed resistance. 1 means weeds are pretty likely to take over from the crop if they on a neighboring crop. 10 is complete weed immunity.
     
  4. InfinityRaider

    InfinityRaider sarcastic Jerk FTB Mod Dev

    Go ahead, feel free to make addons all you like, I have no problems with that.


    depends, for some crops, like snowbells it should ahve the same drop rates as the default crop, for others, like the ghyshals you need certain gain levels to get lovely and golden ghyshahls.

    But why does it make slabs craftable? I'm not adding a recipe for them.
     
  5. MrPeach774

    MrPeach774 Active Member

    because the sprinkler conflicts with the recipe for wooden bowls.
     
  6. ScottulusMaximus

    ScottulusMaximus Popular Member

    Is there any way to stop leaves breaking your tanks, it's driving me nuts. Yes I could move the tank but it looks nice where it is.
     
  7. InfinityRaider

    InfinityRaider sarcastic Jerk FTB Mod Dev

    Yes this has been reported before and is fixed
     
  8. MrPeach774

    MrPeach774 Active Member

    Because your sprinkler recipe replaces the recipe for bowls.
     
  9. Timeslice

    Timeslice Active Member

    But if you're using gregtech then the recipe for bowls is changed anyways. You need a knife and a plank to make bowls with GT.
     
  10. Timeslice

    Timeslice Active Member

    So I'm at the point in my pack to where I'm using the witchery minedrakes. Once I added a crafting recipe I was able to grow and breed them using agricraft just fine. My conundrum is that for minedrakes the seeds *are* the product. When planted and harvested normally a minedrake plant will always drop one bulb, and occasionally drop a second. I'm having a hard time deciding how this should be implemented in agricraft, and whether/how the gain stat should affect this plant.

    Also, if I put a seed in the blacklist but vanilla planting is disabled does that mean the seed is completely unplantable?
     
  11. InfinityRaider

    InfinityRaider sarcastic Jerk FTB Mod Dev

    I think if you put it in the blacklist you can plant it normally
     
  12. Yusunoha

    Yusunoha Never Leaves Wiki Staff ModMyMC Editor

    I may have suggested this before (not completely sure about that) but have you thought about changing the magnifying glass a bit?
    right now it can only be used to read the information of a crop if you've already analyzed the seed, but the information it displays is kind of useless if you've WAILA installed as WAILA can already give you that information.
    but something I do would like to know is the information of a crop of a seed I've not yet scanned.

    to be a little bit more exact, you'd only be able to read the information of a crop if you've already analyzed one of that seed type before, this way if I'm crossbreeding to increase the stats of a crop I'm able to know how far the stats are from the crossbreeding without having to constantly run back to the analyzer.

    so to summarize, a change for the magnifying glass so you'll be able to read the information of any crops planted of a seed type you've scanned before.
     
  13. InfinityRaider

    InfinityRaider sarcastic Jerk FTB Mod Dev

    I'll probably not do that, however I have something else in mind, as I'll be changing the way the soil works and some plants require different light levels, the magnifying glass will be the way to get info about how fast and why it can grow at that certain spot.
     
  14. Yusunoha

    Yusunoha Never Leaves Wiki Staff ModMyMC Editor

    that'd be a nice addition for the item, as I never really use it because I just use WAILA for the information statistics
     
  15. MrPeach774

    MrPeach774 Active Member

    But the change to the default recipe overides this, causing slabs to be crqafted normally no matter what.
     
  16. llloyd

    llloyd Active Member

    Quick question about mutations. I am, presently, playing Regrowth. I am trying to get all the cross crops done but finding it being a royal pain. Time after time after time I get one plant or the other plant spreading and after a half a dozen or so times I get annoyed and use NEI to give me one of the seed I am trying to get. How can I increase the chance that I'll get the crossbreed instead of one of the parent plants?
     
  17. Yusunoha

    Yusunoha Never Leaves Wiki Staff ModMyMC Editor

    be sure to keep an eye out if a crop needs a secondary block to grow, because if you're trying to get a mutation that requires a secondary block, you'll never get this mutation until you've placed that secondary block
     
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  18. rouge_bare

    rouge_bare Well-Known Member

    Firstly, make sure both parents are fully grown. They can't crossbreed when they aren't.
    Secondly, make sure you use the right soil. Sugar Canes for instance need to be bred onto either Sand or Red Sand, and any Magical Crop needs Tilled Garden Soil.
    Thirdly, check if the plant needs something else nearby. Water Artichokes need a source block of water to be close by.

    Other than that it's just a matter of paitence.
     
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  19. InfinityRaider

    InfinityRaider sarcastic Jerk FTB Mod Dev

    So because i change the recipe for a bowl, slabs can be crafted again? I'm sorry but I don't find this very logical, if that is the case you should go to Greg.
     
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  20. Algester

    Algester Active Member

    I know this sounds silly but I'm trying to modify the mutations list via minetweaker to no avail,
    but I want to do is to add/change the block requirement under the soil
     

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