RPG mods in Minecraft are nothing new. One of the things about having these mods creates an overall, better experience for both the players and those that like to develop new mechanics that weren’t previously addressed in the game. The best thing about RPG mods? The gameplay is almost always different from what you’ll get. Here are the best Minecraft RPG mods that we think will help you waste more time grinding with the quest and content it has to offer. Gear up, bros. It’s gamer time.
Created by: Sir Bob
Dark Utilities adds a new set of equipment that will help you further enhance your vanilla experience without so much hassle, as it will provide you with so much features, like for example, the Vector Plates, Slime Crucible, Ender Hopper, Mob Filters, and many more. These mechanics weren’t previously added in the game, but it’s good to have these options on because you’ll never know when you’re gonna need them.
The Twilight Forest
Created by: Not Applicable
The Twilight Forest is an ongoing RPG mod that changes the game both visually and mechanically. The game functions a lot more different and whilst the mechanics, while different in terms, has basically the same functions as the vanilla items. It’s a good mod that features dungeon raids, bosses, looitng mechanics, and many more.
Tinkers’ Tool Leveling
Tinker’s Tool Leveling is plugin that allows you to level up instantly and bypass the leveling mechanics without so much of a headache. But not only that, it also features a new mechanic called “tool exp”, in which you’ll gain experience points by simply doing things you’re supposed to do, which ultimately makes your life a little bit easier.
Ice and Fire: Dragons in a whole new light!
Created by: Cinderella ella 94
If you ever feel like you need some dragons in your life, then this will do, only in Minecraft, though. This mod will add two dragons, the fire-breathing and ice-shooting type dragons, in your game. They’re basically new units, so they work with other mods as added scripts.
Astral Sorcery RPG Mod
Created by: Margolotta
Astral Sorcery is pretty much your average Magic and Gathering, which I didn’t stutter with. You can basically get the power of astrology and the stars using this mod. If you ever feel like you wanna immerse yourself in the hippie life, then this mod will work for you.
Created by: Arizona_Steve — Translation ProfKnibble
Simply put, these waystones are just teleportation devices that are convenient to use if you ever get lost in the woods or in the middle of your mining spree.
Advanced Hook Launchers
Created by: catriddled
Probably the funniest RPG mod I’ve ever seen so far, this mod will make various hooks for you to use and launch. The catch is that, each hook has different uses and you’ll be able to fully utilize their full potential if you use this mod. Try killing the ender dragon using this mod.
Better Questing for Minecraft (RPG Mod)
Created by: Nishtra
Better Questing is a plug mod that modders can utilize to expand and explore more dialogue options, more questing routes, and better routes for the quests to take place. This makes the overall RPG experience tolerable, especially for the amount of grind that you have to endure.
Created by: MemeMan
Roguelike Dungeon is pretty much Dark Souls but Minecraft. Roguelike is a pretty popular genre that generates random bossess, mobs, dungeon layout, and loot. The objective is simple, get as far as you can.
Better Questing – Standard Expansion
The better Better Questing with added features such as scoreboards, locations, item retrievals, crafting, and many more. It’s pretty much a standard public release.
Created by: orsonaston
LootBags are just your personal crate that drops several series of loots for you to use to the full extent. It’s randomly generated, so don’t expect much. It’s like a gacha game.
Client Tweak isn’t necessarily an RPG mod, but it works pretty much with the design of this mod. For example, No Offhand Torch With Block and Hide Offhand Item are some of the features of the mod that makes your overall experience a bit better than usual.
Recurrent Complex is a mod that generates over 200+ structures and features for you to enjoy. Although it isn’t necessarily an RPG mod, the fantastic works behind the mod makes it feel like your vanilla Minecraft isn’t just as vanilla it sounds and play.
The Lost Cities
Created by: Crappynight
The Lost Cities is quite a modern mod that features an abandoned city structure and ruined cities that you can explore and pretty much trek all over.
DOOM 1993 is one of the classic FPS games that defined a generation of games. This mod will allow you to experience the hellish dungeons inside Hell, in one of the last locations of the game.
Created by: Aleniksimmer
Aquaculture 2 is basically an expanded overview and mechanics design on the fishing methods that you somewhat miss “accidentally” everyday. It makes the fishing in the game so much fun and overall, a better mechanic that isn’t just there for the early game.
Interested in magic, eh? Then fret not, this magical mod will help you become the smartest man in all of Hogwarts Minecraft server. Thaumcraft introduces thaumaturgy and miracle workings into the game, making it feels like being an alchemist of some sort through the use of crafting.
Decocraft, while isn’t necessarily another RPG mod, mod is something that you can use to nullify the effects of having a bland gameplay by adding over 3000 building blocks and items to make sure that your RPG experience is built on artistry and not boredom. It’s just like playing Interior and Dungeons.
Tiny Progressions is another mod that you can add to your mod list which enhances the overall gaming experience by adding a bunch of items that will help you automate things on your early playthroughs. It makes so much sense to have this mod since it’s not only for convenience, it will also help you manage your autofarms faster.
Gameversion: CB 1.5.1-R0.1
If you ever think Druid magic is ugly and boring, then you’re wrong. Roots is an RPG mod that will help you explore and understand how the forest magic works. It will allow you to craft magic books from the wild animals and items you find in the woods. Not only that, it also adds new spells for you to enjoy your little nature magic.
Corail Tomstones are basically a save point for your items to be looted once you die. They’re just there for storage, nothing more.
Created by: Wolf173
Feeling a bit stylish? Then Hats is for you! We’re not playing TF2 anymore, but this mod is pretty cute and janky that you’ll end up installing them for the drip.
Created by: dpillari
Dynamic Surroundings is basically what it is. It buffs up the audio and visual aesthetics of the game, making it feel more immersive and fun to play with the vanilla atmosphere. What’s more, this mod goes well with other mods without crashing the game with the mods’ overhaul of the design.