Get Back To Home Mod 1.13.2/1.12.2 allow you to set your home point and teleport to this point in the cost of your hunger. Every part of the mod is configurable.

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All you need is just type in chat:

  • /sethome or /createhome – to set spawnpoint
  • /home or /back – to teleport back
  • /removehome or /deletehome – if you for some reasons want to delete your home point (you do not need to do that if you just want to change home point)

This mod fixes one of vanilla Minecraft bugs: now if you have 0 food and 0 saturation, your exhaustion level will not be lowered automatically.

You can configure almost every part of mode.

Movement cost:

For each block your exhaustion (this is the vanilla parameter)

By default, mod uses vanilla costs. For every meter of horizontal movement, you will get 0.1 (sprint cost) exhaustion point. For every meter up you will get 0.2 (jumping while sprinting). And your exhaustion will not be changed to move down.

Config file has four modifiers to edit movement costs: cost_for_one_meter_horizontallycost_for_one_meter_upcost_for_one_meter_down and cost_multiplier on which all exhaustion costs will be multiplied.

How you will pay:

There are two ways to do it (you can choose one of them in config).

  • 1. Your movement costs will be just added to your characters exhaustion level and vanilla mechanics will lower your saturation and hunger. If you do not have enough hunger, you might starve. But with this type, your teleportation is guaranteed.
  • 2. Or mod will automatically lower your saturation, hunger and remove food from your toolbar (not from all inventory) to pay for your teleportation. If the sum of saturation, hunger, and food from your toolbar is not enough for teleportation, the mod will cancel teleportation and not change any of your parameters.

Attention: if you are using this mod with Hunger Overhaul and want to pay for teleportations with the first method, then in hunger overhauls config set “I:damageOnStarve” to 1 (vanilla) or some number that will not kill you immediately.

Teleportation in fall:

By default, you can not use teleportation while falling, but you can change it in the config.

Delay before teleportation:

  • By default, there is no delay, but config gives you the ability to activate “delay” or “stay still” mods.
  • In Delay mode you just need to wait 3 seconds, but in lava, this time will not give you the ability to save your life.
  • In Stay still mode you need to wait 3 seconds too. But if you move or will be damaged, teleportation will be canceled.

Teleportation near monsters:

By default, you can not teleport if a mob is in 5-meter radius near you. It may be changed in the config.

Teleportation on mount:

You can configure what will happen if you will activate command on a mount (boat, horse, etc). You can teleport with or without a mount.

And if you want to teleport with it, you can configure cost multiplier for teleportation of a mount.

Setting your new home:

By default is the only way to set new home is chat commands (/sethome or /createhome), but config gives you the ability to activate “home in bed” or “combined” mods.

If you choose Home in bed mod, then the only way to set home is to sleep at the bed.

In combined mod, sleep will change you home to bed, but you still can use chat commands.


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Minecraft Forge

How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

Get Back To Home Mod 1.13.2/1.12.2 Download Links:

For Minecraft 1.14, 1.13.2, 1.12.2

Download from Server 1 – Download from Server 2