Adds additional information about torchmaster items into the tooltip. The radius of the spawn prevention. Passive Animals.
Min: 0. Max: The maximum amount of invisble lights a feral flare lantern can place. Badly compressed packet error. If this setting is enabled, the mega torch will block all natural spawn attempts from Lycanites Mobs in its radius. Allows to get the lit torch when harvested with silk touch.
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Controls if the mega torch should allow mob spawning from vanilla spawners. The speed at which the torch will extinguish. The burnout value. This value is removed by the amount of burnout rate per tick. If set to true, the mega torch will drop as an unlit torch when harvesting it. If this setting is enabled, the mega torch will block all natural spawn attempts from MoCreatures in its radius. The spacing between each torch. The amount of torches to place in each direction.
This controls which torches are supported by the terrain lighter. Controls the amount of blocks between each segment in the visualizer. You can increase this value in case you prefer less lines in the volume visualization.
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Max: 1. If false, lights decay slowly after the lantern has been removed. If true, the lights will be removed instantly. The target minimum light level to place lights for. Breeding animals will still work inside the working volume of the lamp! Only natural spawn will be prevented. In Version 1. This feature is disabled by default, since it is intended to be used in adventure maps or to balance a modpack.
This version changes the way the torch works. Torches are now persisted chunk independant, which allows torches to work even if the chunk is not loaded. This fixes a rare edge case bug where mobs would spawn close to torch locations i. This includes all of my mods on curseforge: You can include any of my mods in any modpack as long as you provide a modlist that contains the following information excluding libraries :.
If your players have issues with the mod, please make sure they are on the latest version available. Just a general headsup: I've started working on the 1. I decided to start the project from scratch.
This won't be a feature in the first release, but atleast I can implement it much easier now. Due to a bug in forge, it is currently not possible to block spawning at all - so I'm waiting for a fix here before I can release the first alpha version. In-fact, as nothing else spawns the Androids spawn at a much higher rate and as they are very strong the torches make a hostile area downright deadly.
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Fortunately I've disabled Android spawning in the configs, but I thought you might want to look into it. In reply to masterofmind :. Sadly, I'm unable to replicate the issue. Torchmaster seem to work just fine in my local instance. Are you sure the mobs actually spawn inside the torch range?
Most of the time, mobs spawn just outside the torch range and then simply walk inside the volume. I am also playing Sky Factory 4, and got to this page via google looking for a way to fix the issue. I put down a mega torch in the middle of where I'm building, started taking up all my extra torches, and within two minutes there were a few androids wandering around. The area I am building on is an island and the only dark area is within 15 or so blocks of the megatorch.
In reply to pennamancer :. Ok, i was able to replicate the issue in a SF4 skyblock world. I'll need to investigate this further, but I hope i can provide a fix rather soon. Interestingly enough, its not just matter overdrive, but also thermal foundation Basalz kept spawning for me as well. Torchmaster is working fine, the issue is the Mod "InControl". InControl overrides the spawns, even when other mods deny it. Cool, thanks for checking in on that. I only tested in a forest biome, so I didn't encounter any other biome specific enemies and just assumed that was it. I will follow the github issue you opened!
If I have this mod installed on a server, will it drop frames for the players client side or suck up the server service I'm using? Example: there are 3 rather large bases around the world map, as well as a ton of touches where they are needed.
In reply to AwesomeTrioGaming3 :. The mod should have no FPS impact on the client at all, even if you have thousands of torches up. The only way I would imagine slowing down FPS is if you enable the range indication with dye on each torch - but I've put a lot of effort into optimizing the volume renderer so you would probably have to enable that for thousands of torches, which wouldnt make sense since nobody should ever need torches in a single base let alone have their volume renderer active.
If you notice any FPS issues related to torchmaster, I suggest opening a ticket on my github.