Pollution of the Realms to create carbon, sulfur and dust blocks in Minecraft

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Pollution of the Realms Mod for Minecraft. Environmental pollution holds a significant position in our routines and having awareness regarding it is really necessary. In order to fight climate change we must know the adverse effects of polluting our environment. Luckily, this mod provides an outstanding feature to see the hazardous gases and dust particles in the Minecraft world.
Pollution of Realms Mod carbon emission

Similarly, the polluted environment affects our daily lives and health. It causes a similar impact in the Minecraft world as well. Because it creates a negative impact on the player and reduces his efficiency. But most of the time it is hard to know because we are unable to see those particles in the game. Moreover, this mod will create dust, sulfur, and carbon particles into blocks and make them easily visible. It will also create a cloud in the sky as well. Furthermore, it will trigger acid rain and water pollution. The rest of the features can be seen below.

Pollution of the Realms Install Guide

  • Here are a few basic steps which are required to run to the installation process.
  • In the beginning, start up with downloading Minecraft Forge API.
  • Launch Minecraft Forge API through the installer and create the Forge profile (In case you don’t have it).
  • Run Forge Profile on the Minecraft.
  • After performing those steps you have to download the desired mod.
  • Moreover put the downloaded .jar file into the mods folder which can be located on this address “C:/Users/YOUR USER/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/mods”.
  • Check on to the Forge Profile you have created and there you can find the installed mod.
  • In case you are having difficulty then you can restart the Minecraft and check it again.
  • Have fun and enjoy every second of Minecraft experience.

Pollution of the Realms Key Features

  • Visible carbon, sulfur and dust blocks of varying density level
  • Dynamically generated clouds of pollution that travel by air current
  • Soil pollution from spilled oil and oil products
  • Acid rain and water pollution
  • Clouds of dust around grinding and crushing machines
  • Venting devices to manage pollution and dust clouds
  • Reduced visibility when the smog accumulates too much
  • Damaging impact on trees, plants, crops, grass, farmland, players and animals
  • Ability to add your own custom pollutants (example of Nitrogen)
  • Full customization via config files, including the ability to add your own configs for fuels and emitters
Negatives of Carbon Emission:

Wither (pollution percentage > 90) (lethal)
Nausea (pollution percentage > 80)
Poison (pollution percentage > 70) (not lethal)
Slowness (pollution percentage > 60)
Weakness (pollution percentage > 50)
Hunger (pollution percentage > 40)
Mining Fatigue(pollution percentage > 30)

Negatives of Sulfur Emission:

Wither (pollution percentage > 90) (lethal)
Blindness (pollution percentage > 50)
Poison (pollution percentage > 30) (not lethal)

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Pollution of the Realms 1.12.2 Mod Download

For Minecraft 1.12.2

Release Date: 18th May 2020
Version 1.2.2.0
File Size: 532.79 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.12.2
Author: EnderLanky
Download (Direct): 

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Pollution of the Realms-Mod.jar

Forge EnderTech.jar

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Melissa

Melissa Carlson, is an avid Minecraft player and content writer. She's working on Minecraft for the past 8 years and wanted to share the news related to this game. She always wants to produce content related to Minecraft which can help players and developers. She wrote several articles related to Optifine, Xray Mod, Voxelmap, Xaeroes minimap, and OptifForge Mod. She gained popularity in the Minecraft community through her work and now she's considered as a respectable member.

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