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Vanilla Parity [1.19]

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Vanilla Parity Ver 2.1.2


For Minecraft 1.19

Vanilla Parity [1.19] Minecraft Data Pack Featured on Popular Reel: October 4th, 2020


 This data pack is made at which extraction is not required. It also contains worldgen features that may not be compatiable with other worldgen data packs such as Terralith.

Vanilla Parity is a data pack that aims to resolve some parity issues between Minecraft Bedrock and Minecraft Java, where issues only exist in one version and not the other. In this case features that are exclusive to Bedrock Edition are now brought over to Java Edition.

Full List of Parity Features


Gameplay

Advancements
- Added several advancements from both Legacy and Bedrock versions.
Raids
- Raids work in the nether.

Blocks

Beds
- Can be re-dyed with crafting.

Cakes
- Make a burp sound when eaten.

Campfires
- Can be lit when a mob steps on them while burning.

Cave Vines
- Will always yield a glow berry if using a Silk Touch tool, even is the vine appears empty.

Cobwebs
- Can be crafted into 9 string.

Dirt Paths
- Drops itself when mined with Silk Touch.

Ferns
- Using bone meal on grass blocks will sometimes produce ferns.

Flowers
- Fortune works on tall flowers.

Jukeboxes
- Make note particles when playing music.

Netherrack
- Entering a nether portal will attempt to create a platform of netherrack, replacing air, magma, and lava.

Respawn Anchors
- Mining with Silk Touch will keep the amount of charges.

Snow
- While snowing snow can stack together forming random patches.
 - Thanks to Francielly for allowing me to use Snowy++ for this data pack!

Wool
- Can be re-dyed with crafting.

Items

Armor Stands
- Have arms when placed.

Carrots on a Stick
- Recipe is shapeless.

Cocoa Beans
- Can be obtained by fishing in jungle biomes as a junk item.

Explorer Maps
- Buried treasure maps now match the colored markings from Bedrock Edition.

Ender Pearls
- Teleporting with ender pearls make teleportation sounds.

Tridents
- Loyalty enchanted tridents will return to the player when thrown to the void.

Warped Fungi on a Stick
- Recipe is shapeless.

Mobs

General
- Feeding mobs make corresponding particles.
- Some mobs can spawn in more biomes
- Mobs spawned from raids have different loot drops. They can drop the following alongside their regular loot:
 - Emeralds
 - Enchanted books
 - 1 of any iron equipment (damaged, 50% of being randomly enchanted)

Creepers
- Charged creeper explosions will drop all heads/skulls of mobs it has killed rather than always dropping one.

Drowned
- Drowned that spawn with tridents are a bit more likely to drop them when killed.
- Converted drowned have an 8% chance to spawn with a nautilus shell in their offhand.

Fish
- Can drop 1-2 bones when killed

Pandas
- Drop rates are affected by Looting, with 1 bamboo per level.

Pillagers
- Drop 0-2 arrows when killed.

Shulkers
- Drop count is affected by Looting, dropping up to four shulker shells with Looting III.

Villagers
- Baby villagers have a 10% chance to become a nitwit when grown into an adult.

Withers
- Withers have different behavior
 - Withers that have spawned now have 600 health instead of 300
 - When it reaches half health, it will create an explosion and summon four wither skeletons as reinforcements. This only happens once.
 - Will emit extra smoke particles when it starts to perform its charge attack.

Zombies
- Baby zombies have a 15% chance to become a jockey that can ride more animals.
 - Wild wolves
 - Ocelots and wild cats
 - Pigs
 - Sheep
 - Cows
 - Mooshrooms
 - Foxes
 - Pandas
 - Llamas
 - Spiders and cave spiders
 - Horses and variants
 - Adult zombies and variants

Zombie Villagers
- It now takes 2000 ticks (1 minute and 40 seconds) for a zombie villager to be cured, rather than between 3-5 minutes.
- Curing a nitwit zombie villager will make them unemployed

Loot Tables

Buried Treasure
- Chest loot can offer the following alongside its regular loot table:
 - Chainmail armor
 - Potions of regeneration
 - Music discs ("mellohi" and "wait")
 - Name tags
 - Bottles o' Enchanting
 - Cake

Strongholds
- Altar chests can offer 1-3 Emeralds.
- Storeroom chests can offer 1-3 ink sacs.

Bonus Chest
- Chest loot can offer the following alongside the regular loot table:
 - Brown mushrooms
 - Cacti
 - Carrots
 - Potatoes
 - Seeds
 - Saplings

World Generation

General
- Huge mushrooms generate in swamps.
- Some biomes have more diverse water colors.
- Villages and Pillager outposts can generate sunflower plains and snowy taigas.
- Fallen trees generate in some wooded biomes.

Igloos
- Villagers from igloos are of the snowy type rather than the plains
- Zombie villagers are unemployed rather than always a cleric.

Sparse Jungles
- Bamboo can generate in sparse jungles.
- Sparse Jungles use the same spawning chances as jungles.

Strongholds
- Generate randomly rather than in concentric rings.
- There's a chance that a stronghold will generate underneath a village.

Warm Oceans
- Large coral clusters will regularly generate within the biome.
- Coral reefs will have coral blocks replaced with their dead variants or different stones.
CompatibilityMinecraft 1.19
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Update 2.1.2 : by CraftyGamer_ 07/04/2022 3:24:21 pmJul 4th

Update 2.1.2 Released



Fixes

  • "Stayin' Frosty" advancement can be granted despite not being in lava
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1
08/19/2022 8:20 amhistory
Level 39 : Artisan Fish
Zulfish
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Does this work in 1.19.1?, also can I use this in a modpack
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08/19/2022 10:06 am
Level 53 : Grandmaster Procrastinator
CraftyGamer_
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It should work for 1.19.1 as there aren't any changes that would greatly affect the data pack. Yes, you can use this in a modpack
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08/19/2022 11:26 am
Level 39 : Artisan Fish
Zulfish
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Ok, thank you for permission
1
07/01/2022 11:37 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Explorer
kittenchilly
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I noticed you can get the Overkill achievement by simply reflecting the fire charge shot from a Ghast back at them, which kinda feels like it defeats the point.
2
06/30/2022 5:59 am
Level 64 : High Grandmaster Ninja
MC_SIlver
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Great datapack
1
06/26/2022 1:20 am
Level 1 : New Miner
ElPotara
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Can you make sugar cane growable with bone powder please?
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07/03/2022 11:17 am
Level 53 : Grandmaster Procrastinator
CraftyGamer_
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As much as I would like to make it possible, there isn't easy way for me to implement that. If I find somethings that gives it the opportunity, I will add it as soon as I can
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07/03/2022 12:45 pm
Level 64 : High Grandmaster Ninja
MC_SIlver
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I can help with that
2
05/24/2022 1:50 pm
Level 25 : Expert Miner
EnderBreegull
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This is AWESOME!!
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04/23/2022 8:17 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
smeef37
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Is the screen saying 'Worlds using experimental settings are not supported' meant to show up when I try loading any world with the pack?

Im using the correct game version the pack was made in (I used 1.18.1 originally and updated to 1.18.2 to see if the screen would stop appearing, it did not). The screen shows up every single time I load a world, no check box to tell it to not show up again.
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