What is Deadly World Mod?

Deadly World Mod. Ever thought the world was just a little too nice to you? Have you ever wished mining was more dangerous and exciting and dangerous? Look no further!

Deadly World Mod adds a few world generation features that make living more difficult! These features include mines, silverfish veins, lava pockets, and things that shoot arrows everywhere, all using blocks and features included in vanilla Minecraft!

The frequency of features and mobs in mob spawners (as well as nearly everything else) can be adjusted in a super-duper properties file! The properties file is generated in your .minecraft/config directory.


What does this mod do?

Simply, it adds a number of small features that generate in the world to spice up your underground life!

In caves, the mod scatters around mob spawners, traps, and even some loot for an exciting adventure.
For those who want to mine through solid rock, there are plenty of hazards to keep you on your toes, with the fear of lava spilling in or hitting a hive of silverfish.
Some features even give a nice aesthetic to your caves! A little bit of water dripping from the ceiling subtly adds a bit of realism, and the occasional sand deposit breaks up the monotony of gray on gray.
Each feature can be independently configured and disabled, so you only have to use the ones you want, how you want!

Deadly World Mod does not add any new blocks, items, entities, or really anything into the game. Therefore, it is able to run from the server side, and connecting clients only need Forge.
In addition, structures generated by this mod are only subject to changes in vanilla Minecraft, meaning they will always retain full functionality, even if Deadly World is uninstalled or otherwise disabled.
More importantly, that means updates will never break your worlds, unless Mojang breaks their own game.

As a bit of a safety precaution, Deadly World disables itself when you load up a world that was not created with the mod installed. However, be careful with external editors. If you set the world’s time to 0, Deadly World will assume the world was just created the next time you load the world.
The auto-disable feature can, of course, be disabled.

The chests in Deadly World use unique loot lists. You’re free to customize them all you like using the Custom Chest Loot mod below! The loot list names are pretty straight-forward, but if you need any clarification, don’t hesitate to ask!

While Deadly World Mod does not need to be installed client-side, it does provide you the option to further hide silverfish blocks and trapped chests by overriding their names with a configurable one. This way, if you are using a block tooltip mod, it won’t be as easy to spot trap blocks. In addition, the break speed of silverfish blocks is modified to be the same as the break speed of the blocks they are imitating by default. The break speed modification can be disabled or even change silverfish blocks to instantly break!

Deadly World Mod Features:

Deadly World Mod currently adds 15 new world features, broken up into several categories.

Deadly World Mod Spawners:

  • Mob spawners
  • Swarm mob spawners
  • Brutal mob spawners

Deadly World Mod Small Structures:

  • Silverfish nests
  • Towers
  • Chests

Deadly World Mod Traps:

  • Mob spawner traps
  • Landmines
  • Potion traps
  • Fire traps

Deadly World Mod Veins:

  • Sand veins
  • Water veins
  • Lava veins
  • Silverfish veins

Deadly World Mod Entities:

  • Bosses

Deadly World Mod Contents:

Deadly World Mod Showcase:

Deadly World Mod How to install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge.
  • Download Deadly World Mod.
  • Go to %appdata%.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
  • If one does not exist you can create one.
  • Enjoy Deadly World Mod.

Deadly World Mod Download Links:

For Minecraft 1.5.2



For 1.6.4/1.6.2



For Minecraft 1.7.10