So i brought the new Fallout Loot Crate, and saw there was a referral link. So if you dont have a crate already this link http://looted.by/fM6RG gives you 5 dollars off your crate, and saves me 5 dollars on a crate too 😀 So if you had thought of getting a crate, then feel free to use that link as we both get something out of it <3
A while back i uploaded my “Kehaan’s Interactive Adventure” video. These videos is kind of like a “choose your own adventure” style video. At the end of each video, you select a option, which then lead to another video. So you as the viewer kinda choose what happens in the video. I just wanted to make a post on this blog, to showcase this style of video. I am planning on making more, as it seems like a lot of people likes them. But please let me know on Twitter, or in the comments on the video what you think of it.
The Minecraft server host NodeCraft, have been so kind to sponsor me a server. I have for a long time personally used OVH, as they have cheap prices for dedicated servers. However their control panel is not very easy to use, and require you know SSH/CentOS.
We have used NodeCraft for a long time for our LuckyBlocks, TrollCraft, CrundeeCraft, Golden Cobblestone, PokemonCraft etc servers, that we use for SSundee And MrCrainers series. We have never had any issues. So i decided to join them, and use them for my personal pack making/testing needs too.
So if you too, want a serverhost that have a easy to use control panel, and great support.
So I recently reached 50.000 subs on YouTube. Thank you so much for all the subs and follows on my twitter, you are all amazing.
I have 2 days ago got an updated intro to my YouTube videos. This intro uses my new channel art and profile picture art. You can watch a new video, which uses the new intro here (Kehaan Special 30: Dat Boi Meme):
First of all, thank you very much for all your support. On my youtube, twitter and other social medias, thank you <3 I am working on a secret modpack project for SSundee and MrCrainer, and also more development have been going on with Fire In The Pipe 2. I plan on showing much more of Fire In The Pipe 2 this month, and most likely also a public alpha testing, hype 😀
I have tried on doing some more Youtube videos lately, about some of the blocks that SSundee and MrCrainer is going to use for their Lucky Block series. So be sure to follow my Twitter at https://twitter.com/KehaanDK as I tweet out when there are new videos. And also subscribe to my Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kehaan
Oh, and looks like I promised at 10.000 Youtube subs, I am going to do a video with my voice. If it goes good, I will continue to do videos with my voice. Maybe even some lets plays, modpack dev making, block making etc, we will see. For now enjoy these videos, until next time:
If using the vanilla minecraft launcher, you may want to allocate ram on the launcher to get better performance. Doing this is not as easy, as allocating ram on ATLauncher. This guide will show you how to allocate more ram to the vanilla launcher.
Open the launcher, and start a world. Press F3 once the world has loaded, and look in the top right corner. At “Mem: XX% XXX/1011MB” it displays that we only have 1GB ram allocated to the game. Lets increase it, to get better performance.
First thank you very much for all the mesages, and tweets. It seems like you all enjoy this series. So let us continue with part 2. In this part of Making A ModPack series I will talk about changing configs, worldgen, and solving conflicts with biomes, enchantments and potions. If you have not already read it, part 1 can be found here: http://kehaan.me/?p=376
In this series, I will try to explain what you need to know on how to make a small modpack for you and your friends to play. This guide will explain you how to get mods, how to add them. Sorting oregen, looking at configs, and much much more. I have decided to split this guide up in parts. I will try and explain everything, so you are ready, to build your own modpack.
If you ever feel something is missing, just contact me. Either by using the contact form on this blog, or tweet at me. As of this writing I don’t know how many parts this series will be in.
This first part, will show you on how to install and setup MultiMC, make your first instance. Setup memory settings. Download and add your first mods. And other tips.