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Extended Inventory Mod 1.12.2 is a new modification on a backpack with an unusual crafting. And with the help of modules you can give the name of the backpack and make it autocomplete items from another workbench.

Extended Inventory Mod

How to use:

Backpacks offer a convenient way to store extra blocks and items within your inventory. This comes in handy when building large structures and you need a lot of blocks, all you have to do is hold the backpack and then right click to open it.

To begin with the mod, the first thing you’ll want to do is befriend a cow. All the crafting within the mod is done via right clicking a cow while holding two objects, one in your main hand, in another in your off hand. The cow will then consume the crafting ingredients from your inventory and give you the result. Crafting a backpack comes first, you hold a chest in your main hand, and 8 leather in your off hand, right clicking the cow will consume the ingredients and give you a backpack. You can see all of the recipes listed below.


  • Chest + 8 Leather = Backpack.
  • Chest + Piston = Export Module.
  • Chest + Sticky Piston = Import Module.
  • Chest + Nether Star = Chest Link.
  • Chest + Diamond = Hotbar Link.

Extended Inventory Mod Screenshots 1

Initially you can only use your backpack to store stuff. You will have to manually open the backpack whenever you would like to put items/blocks in it or retrieve from it. However this can be upgraded later on. The first upgrade is known as a “Hotbar Link” it is crafted by right clicking a cow while holding a chest in your main hand and a diamond in your off hand. Placing the Hotbar Link in one of the backpacks linking slots enables the backpack to auto-refill items/blocks in that slot. So placing a Hotbar Link in the first linking slot (Located between the backpack inventory and the player inventory) will enable the backpack to keep Hotbar Slot #1 filled. This way you can place cobblestone and it will be taken out of the backpack as you place it, keeping the stack at 64 until the backpack runs out.

Starting Out

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A Crafted Backpack

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Another nice feature of the mod is that you can name the backpacks by placing a name-tag in a dedicated slot. Simply rename the name-tag in an anvil and then place it in the slot.

The next upgrade, a chest link can be extremely powerful, especially when combined with other mods. It allows the backpack to interact with another inventory in the world. The import module or export module require the chest link in order to function. Import modules take items from the linked inventory, and put them into the backpack. So long as there is one of the item in the backpack already. If you have dirt in a linked inventory, but no link dirt in your backpack, it will not fill the backpack with dirt, but if you place one piece of dirt in the backpack and link it to an inventory full of dirt, it will keep a stack at all times in the backpack. The opposite goes for the export module, it will keep the linked inventory supplied, in the same way, so long as there is at least one of the object in the inventory.

An Empty Backpack

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A full backpack

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Minecraft Forge

How to install:

    How To Download & Install Mods with Minecraft Forge
    How To Download & Install Fabric Mods

You should try another interesting backpack mods here: Minecraft Backpack Mods

Extended Inventory Mod 1.12.2 Download Links:

For Minecraft 1.12.2

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