Ark’s Magical Modded Minecraft Misadventure 27 : Breaking into Buildcraft with Forestry

My staircase to the bottom of the world has run into a natural cave system, so I spend a couple of minutes securing the entrance and showing off my new Firebolt Spell.

With that done, I get down to work. I’ve been needing to make a start with Buildcraft for a while, and Forestry provides a short-cut. The Clockwork Engine is limited in its usefulness, but will let me get on with what I need to do. I also make a Carpenter, and a Centrifuge, which allows me to finish up with some delicious honeyed bread.

Mods Encountered

Buildcraft 3.6.0 maintained by CovertJaguar : It’s nice to have finally made a start with Buildcraft, even though technically everything I made today was from Forestry!

Forestry by Sir Sengir : Even once you have more complicated engines, the clockwork engine will be a useful and easy to set up engine for quick jobs.

While regular and rocky combs only give honey and wax, even some of the other mundane bees will make combs which centrifuge into more interesting things.

Now I just need to find a diamond for the beealyser…

Extra Bees by Binine : Rocky Bees are not particularly productive, but being able to keep them indoors easily makes up for that. Like all basic bees, they can lead to some farm more interesting species.

Ars Magica by Mithion : Firebolt is the second spell I’ve researched. I’m trying to do them one at a time, from time to time, to make sure I have new things to talk about!

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