not exactly what you're looking for, but I looked at the configuration files for CoFH world generation and these levels were used in the configurationHello!
Coming back after a break to modded MC, i decided (without much info) to gravitate towards Infinity.
So i was wondering, has anyone made one of those handy spreadsheets/jpegs with the ore distribution for this pack?
yea, I posted a bug report about this because the lapis generation configuration looks different from the rest, but according to @tfox83 it should look like that.Ohshit Lapis breaks the fabric of spacetime
Yes, that is correct. I have found plenty of lapis so far on my server.
To add to this Pams HarvestCraft salt generates in Limstone.not exactly what you're looking for, but I looked at the configuration files for CoFH world generation and these levels were used in the configuration
yup, you're correct.To add to this Pams HarvestCraft salt generates in Limstone.
It's fairly simple to do - but if anyone were to do it, I would tell them that they should probably, at that point, have 6 different veins of gravel that generate. One just normal gravel, and then one vein of gravel for Iron Gravel, Tin Gravel, etc. Having those veins generate at different heights would prevent finding a Gold Gravel vein right by the surface (which doesn't make much sense) or finding Copper Gravel mixed with Gold Gravel.yup, you're correct.
though I purely wanted the y levels the ores were generating, so I only searched for those.
with that said, I don't know exactly who had the idea, but what about removing surface gravel ores and generating them in gravel pockets?
it sounded like a pretty good idea, especially because I kind of hate to see all the surface gravel ores everywhere
lapis = "normal" distribution (bell curve) with mean height 16 and variance 8.... variance is the square of standard deviation... and 3 standard deviations above and below should contain **almost** all the item... so from 8 to 24 should be just about all lapis you ever find... and with it being a bell curve, you'll find 68% of all the lapis strictly between 13 and 19Ohshit Lapis breaks the fabric of spacetime