What is Quark mod?
Quark Mod 1.18.1, 1.16.5 tries to recreate the “vanilla” experience by following a simple rule: anything that is added to Quark may also be added to the original game without damaging its gameplay style. To that purpose, Quark’s new features are all simple and tiny. As a result, the mod’s name, Quark, was chosen because a Quark is an extremely small object. Quark is a Modular mod, which means it can be combined with other Modular mods. As a result, its features are divided into numerous modules. All of the modules, as well as all of the features, can be disabled separately if desired.
This addon expands the possibilities for automation in Minecraft.
Seed dispensers can plant seeds in the appropriate soil type.
This works on Tilled Soil, Nether Wart, Soul Sand, and Chorus Flower on End Stone for all overworld seeds.
-Obsidian Pressure Plates:
Obsidian-based pressure plates will only activate when players walk over them.
This module introduces new structural elements.
-Hardened Clay Tiles:
Blocks in the “tile” style for Hardened Clay and Stained Clay in all hues. They can all be made into stairs or slabs, and they look fantastic on roofs.
4 Blocks are crafted with a 2×2 of the respective Hardened/Stained Clay block.
-Blocks of Sugar Cane:
A 3×3 of Sugar Canes creates a Sugar Cane Block. Stairs, slabs, and walls can all be made out of this. If you choose, you can convert them back into Sugar Canes.
Sand-colored bricks made with a Brick block and a Sand Block. Stairs, slabs, and walls can all benefit from them.
Wheat 2×2 is used to make thatch. It can be used for stairwells and slabs, or it can be recycled to make 4 Wheat.
-Additional Stone Bricks:
Stone Bricks for Granite, Diorite and Andesite. 2×2 of the Polished version was used to make this item. They can all be used for stair treads, slabs, and walls.
All sides of log-type blocks have the log “bark” texture. 2×2 of the respective log was used to make this item. It’s possible to make it into a wall.
Similar to Chiseled Sandstone, but made with two stone slabs. On both sides, it appears to be the top of the Stone Slab texture.
Carved Wood is a form of wood cornerstone block constructed from a quarter of a wood slab.
-Stairs, Slabs, and Walls:
Stairs, Slabs, and Walls for a bunch of vanilla materials: Stone, Granite, Diorite, Andesite, End Bricks, Prismarine, Prismarine Bricks, and Dark Prismarine.
Walls for Purpur, Bricks, Quartz, Sandstone, Red Sandstone, and Stone Bricks, among other things.
This module introduces additional decorative construction elements to the game.
-A Redstone Lamp that is lit:
When a Redstone Lamp and a Redstone Torch are combined, a Lit Redstone Lamp is created, which emits light at all times.
The Sea Lantern’s fire counterpart is the Blaze Lantern. Like a Sea Lantern, it’s made with a + of Blaze Powder and Blaze Rods in the corners.
-Walls made of paper:
Paper Walls have a “pane” aspect to them, allowing you to create elaborate oriental-style structures. They can also be used to build makeshift “tiki torches” thanks to the new 1.9 modification that turns freestanding panes into poles.
Three pieces of paper are used in the middle row, with Sticks covering the remainder of the grid.
-All The Trapdoors:
This means you can create trapdoors out of any wood block, not just Oak. It also alters the formula to manufacture 6 trapdoors instead of 2 because doors make 3 trapdoors.
-New Banner Motifs:
Dragon Heads, Eyes of Ender, Iron Swords, and Iron Chestplates, together with the dye color of your choice, can be used to create new banner motifs.
This module offers inventory management capabilities to the system.
-F to Switch:
When you press F on an item in your inventory, it is swapped with your off-hand item, just as if you had pushed F outside of it. This uses the same keybind that was used previously.
The inventory screen now has a “Dropoff” button. Everything in your inventory (excluding the hotbar, armor, and off-hand) gets placed in neighboring chests when you press this button. It won’t store stuff in chests that the player can’t open because the range it stores in is similar to the player’s reach. The chests that are closest to you are chosen first.
When Shift is held down, objects are stored in “smart” mode, which means they will only be stored in chests that already have at least one of them.
The interfaces of the Chest have three new buttons. They do the following from top to bottom:
Take all of the goods from the chest that you already have in your inventory.
Put everything in the chest except the hotbar, armor, and off-hand.
The same as before, but in “smart” mode.
When you Ctrl-click (or Cmd-click on a Mac) an item, it becomes a “Favorite Item.” The Drop Off button, as well as the last two Chest buttons, do not deposit favorite things.
This module modifies a number of gameplay features.
When creepers are about to explode, they turn red.
Rider attacks have no effect on mounts. There will be no more shooting your own horse!
Chickens shed their feathers on a regular basis, similar to how they produce eggs.
Shards of glass fall on the ground. Stained glass shards of the appropriate sort will fall. A Glass block back can be made by crafting them in a 2×2.
The shards function similarly to Glowstone Dust, with Fortune allowing you to obtain more and Silk Touch just dropping the block.
If you’re on a ladder and aren’t moving or sneaking, glancing down will cause you to descend the ladder more quickly.
-Slabs to Blocks:
Slabs can be returned to their original blocks. For each slab type in the game, these recipes are generated dynamically.
If a recipe for this type of item already exists (such as Chiseled Sandstone), that recipe will be utilized for crafting.
-Stairs to Blocks:
Stairs can be returned to their original blocks. These recipes, like the previous feature, are generated dynamically for each stair type in the game.
-Proper Stair Math:
Stairs add up to 8 instead of 4. What was the point of making four in the first place? I’m not sure how that works. In any case, this affects all stair recipes in the game.
-Jump Boost Step Assist:
If you have Jump Boost II on your character, you will be able to jump 1 block high gaps, just like Horses.
You can “knock” a door by left clicking it with an empty hand. This produces a somewhat louder sound than if you left-clicked any other block, although it isn’t quite as annoying as opening and shutting it.
-Effective Dragon’s Breath:
When brewed, Dragon’s Breath does not leave a bottle behind, hence it does not interfere with any brewing automation systems.
-Snow Golem Heads:
If a Witch kills a Snow Golem with a Pumpkin, it will drop a player head with the same name as the player.
Shields have been shifted back a little so that they don’t take up as much screen real estate when not blocking.
-Monster Note Blocks:
Instead of emitting a note, Note Blocks with heads connected to their sides will emit the sound of the respective mob.
-Armed Armor Stands:
Armor Stands will have arms if they are placed by the Armor Stand item.
-Burning Baby Zombies:
Baby Zombies, like their parents, will perish in the sunlight.
You can alter a sign by right-clicking it.
-Grass that is greener:
On the Quark side, the grass is greener. Colors of biomes are still honored, however they are now greener.
There are also options to enable Alpha style grass, which gives you a Minecraft Alpha vibe, or to manually select the grass color in the config.
This module gives your character vanity features.
Any of the 16 dyes can be used to dye the Elytra. You are free to color it as many times as you like.
With empty hands, right clicking a stair block facing up will allow you to sit on it.
Empty Fireworks can be duplicated by combining them with already-made ones. This operates similarly to Banners in that the original firework is not consumed.
There’s a button in the corner of the Chat menu that opens an emote panel with ten distinct emotes your character can use. Alex is executing the “Wave” emote in this photo.
This module offers features for creating worlds.
Basalt spawns in massive groups in the Nether. It functions similarly to the overworld rocks (Granite, Diorite, and Andesite), with comparable recipes.
Andesite is created by combining Basalt and Quartz. Basalt is created by combining cobblestone with coal.
Clay forms in subsurface patches, similar to Dirt, but less frequently.
-Guardians in Oceans:
Only very seldom do Guardians birth spontaneously in oceans.
-Big Mushrooms in Swamps:
Similar to the Console Edition, big mushrooms of both varieties will appear in Swamps.
-Default World Options:
In the mod’s settings, you can change all of the parameters available for the Customized world type. These rules apply to people who live in the real world.
All of these variables are previously available through the Customized world type, thus this is largely a modpack maker feature.
Quark Mod (1.18.2, 1.16.5) Download Links:
For Minecraft 1.15.2
For Minecraft 1.16.5
For Minecraft 1.18.1
For Minecraft 1.18.2
- Minecraft Forge.
- AutoRegLib (For Minecraft 1.10.2+).
- Make sure Minecraft Forge and AutoRegLib (for Minecraft 1.10.2+) are previously installed.
- The minecraft application folder can be found in the following location.
- Open Run from the start menu on Windows, type percent appdata%, and press Enter.
- On a Mac, launch finder, hold down ALT, and then select Go, then Library from the top menu bar. Search for Minecraft in the folder Application Support.
- Place the.jar file from the mod you just downloaded in the Mods folder.
- You should now notice the mod installed when you run Minecraft and click the mods button.
● Is Quark a mod that can be used with other mods?
Variant Chests now comes with built-in support for various popular vanilla+ mods that provide new wood species. Bonus: Except for chests, all of these mods already have full compatibility with every wood feature quark offers. If you like Quark, give these a try; you won’t be disappointed!
● Is Quark fabric or forge?
This mod adds Quark and Charm features to fabric. All of the features can be customized (1.14 only) in the mod’s config, which can be accessed via the mod menu. Quark is a fully modular mod that aims to enhance the vanilla gameplay experience.
● What does the forgotten hat do quark?
The Forgotten is a new, extremely rare Skeleton variation that can be found far down. It’ll use an enchanted bow and sword to battle you, and its arrows will be tipped with Blindness. You’ll obtain its headgear if you kill it!
● Is the Quark mod a client-side mod?
Quark now has a Client module. All client-side functionalities have now been transferred to it.
● What do runes do in Quark?
Quark added a set of objects called the Runes. They may be found in dungeons and act as Enchanted Books; they can be used in an Anvil to enchant a tool or weapon. The enchantment overlay color of a tool or armor item changes depending on the color of the Rune employed.
● In Minecraft Quark, how do you tame a foxhound?
The player must give a Foxhound enough coal to tame it. It’s a good idea to bring a lot of coal because they occasionally need a lot. Be cautious that while you are attempting to tame them, they will attack you. They will have a wolf-like collar once domesticated.
How do I turn off Quark?
However, it may be turned off by unchecking the “Enable q button” box. The in-game config is still accessible by navigating to the main menu’s modifications list, selecting Quark, and choosing “Config.” The text config option is still available.