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Dante's Roguelike v0.6.4: A Texture Pack for BattleGear 2

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    MikuDesu's Avatar MikuDesu
    Level 68 : High Grandmaster Senpai
    NOTE: This is a texture pack specifically designed for the mod Battlegear 2. You can view it and download it here.

    I've decided to make this because I wanted to challenge myself. I've always thought that Battlegear was a cool mod, so I thought I'd give it some cool textures.

    It's still a work-in-progress, though. But I'm doing this project for fun, so don't expect big things.

    Also, I snuck a few (like 4?) video game references into the weapons. Try to figure them out!

    I made a crapton of lores, so you can read them if you want. (I was bored, ok?)


    Wooden Short Sword: A wooden weapon, usually used for sparring practice. Though relatively easy to craft, its dull edge and fragility makes it more of a hunting weapon than one to fight with.


    Wooden Club: A quarterstaff topped with an elegantly carved head of lacquered wood. While a weak weapon in itself, the least it can do is punish an enemy.


    Wooden Tomahawk: A primitive weapon of war used by the ancient people. Though simplistic, it is functional nonetheless.


    Wooden Pike: A hardwood polearm with a sharpened tip. Its long range and light weight makes up for its weak damage.


    Wooden Knife: What appears to be a carpenter’s tool, this weathered object may find some value in hunting animals.



    Stone Machete: A carved stone edge grafted to a wooden handle. While sharper and tougher than wood, its stone blade is susceptible to shattering.


    Stone Bludgeon: A stone head attached to a wooden handle. The nature of stone makes this a quite effective weapon.


    Stone Tomahawk: The upgrade to its wooden predecessor, dealing more damage as well as being sturdier.


    Stone Spear: A hardwood staff tipped with a point of sharpened stone. It is only slightly heavier than its wooden counterpart; yet more effective.


    Stone Shiv: Bearing a deceptively sharp edge, his makeshift concealment may be of some use.



    Golden Coronator: A purely ceremonial weapon as effective as it is functional, which is very little. Though forged of the finest gold, the soft and very heavy nature of the metal deemed it unsuitable for combat.


    Golden Pernach: Another ornamental weapon, its elaborate flanges boasts royalty and grace. It seems more proper as a royal heirloom than a weapon of war.


    Golden Double-Axe: Gilded with a shimmering gem, and bearing blades of glimmering luster. However, weapons made of gold do not last long on the battlefield.


    Golden Spear: Beautiful as it is, this weapon, forged from solid gold, is inhibited by its massive weight and fragility.


    Golden Falchion: A short blade, inlaid in gold. More of a piece of artwork than a reliable weapon.



    Iron Longsword: They say a sword lacks heft; but this is not the case. Forged from strong metals, his massive length of steel invests its weight into every strike.


    Iron Battleaxe: A weapon of brute force, this lead-weighted, finely-forged axe cleaves through the thickest armor.


    Iron Mace: The lead-weighted steel head of this mace, engraved with fine details, deals crushing blows to the enemy.


    Iron Halberd: A polearm equipped with the head of an axe and a skewering metal point; the weapon of choice for any mounted knight.


    Iron Dagger: Light and compact, this stealthy weapon deals modest damage with swift attacks and parries.



    Diamond Great Sword: This razor-sharp sword of death is the epitome of bladecraft. The hardness of its diamond blade allows it to retain its edge and grants it incredible durability.


    Diamond Battleaxe: This gilded weapon can slice through any armor. Its diamond blades grant unmatched sharpness and strength.


    Diamond Flange: A flanged mace bearing shimmering diamond surfaces, it deals shattering blows to any enemy.


    Diamond Trident: A decorated staff crowned with three razor-sharp surfaces, long range strikes and stabs are the repertoire of this weapon.


    Diamond Scimitar: An ornamental yet lethal weapon, the elegantly curved blade attests to the user’s wealth.


    Wooden Shield: Crafted from hardwood planks. Though lightweight, the fragility may cause the wielder to doubt the integrity of this shield.


    Leather Shield: A layer of tough, tanned hide stretched over a metal brace, inlaid with wood, this shield offers basic protection to any adventurer.


    Golden Shield: Casted from the finest gold, the shimmering surface mesmerizes opponents. However, the immense weight and the delicate striking surface reduce its combat potential.


    Iron Shield: A barrier of thick metal inlaid with hardwood, it balances the attributes of durability and weight.


    Diamond Shield: Gilded with hard diamonds, it can deflect the strongest of blows, as well as remain very durable.
    Enchantments (Alot of enchantment names were changed, so this may be useful)


    Protection → Resistance: Creates a magic barrier around your armor that reduces most types of damage.


    Fire Protection → Fireproof: Imbues your armor with special magic, allowing it to resist flames and fire damage.


    Feather Falling → Gravity: Your boots create a gravitational field, reducing the damage from falling impacts.


    Blast Protection → Stone Skin: Hardens your armor, reducing the damage from explosions.


    Projectile Protection → Viscosity: Creates a magical field that reduces the impact of projectiles, mitigating their damage.


    Respiration: Aqueous → Your helmet grants you aquatic abilities, allowing you to hold your breath longer and have improved underwater vision.


    Aqua Affinity: Aqua Affinity → Your armor ignores the sluggishness caused by water, allowing you to mine block at a normal rate underwater.


    Thorns: Counterattack → Your armor returns damage taken to the attacker, at a cost to durability.


    Depth Strider: Displacement → A force-field around you repels water, granting improved movement underwater.



    Sharpness: Sharpness → A magical aura surrounds your weapon, sharpening its edge.


    Smite: Holy → Imbues your weapon with holy magic. Deal increased damage to undead monsters.


    Bane of Anthropods: Venomous → Your purified weapon becomes toxic to evil monsters, specifically anthropods.


    Knockback: Concussion → Each strike is enhanced with a kinetic blast, knocking your targets back.


    Fire Aspect: Blazing → Pyro-arcane surges through your weapon, setting your targets aflame with each strike.


    Looting: Luck → A mysterious magic enhances and multiplies the drops of slain monsters.


    Power: Penetration → Your bow is imbued with kinetic energy, dealing increased damage.


    Punch: Velocity → Your arrows inflict a kinetic blast of energy, knocking back targets.

    Flame: Incendiary → Your arrows become infused with pyro-arcane magic, setting targets aflame.


    Infinity → Bottomless Quiver: You bow mysteriously does not consume any arrows.

    Bow & Arrows (There are many arrow types in Battlegear 2 - here is a guide to them all)

    Bow: In a world where firearms do not exist, the bow is indispensible. Use this to launch arrows at your enemies.


    Incendiary Arrow: Imbued with pyro-arcane magics, these arrows burst their target into flames, be it an enemy or a block.


    Bomb Arrow: An arrow combined with a small bomb made from gunpowder, harvested from creepers. These arrows detonate on impact.


    Telekinetic Arrow: The unusual powers of ender pearls surge through these arrows.


    Cursed Arrow: Evil magic of the Wither flows through these arrows. Fire these at a target to inflict them with Wither.


    Piercing Arrow: Equipped with a steel shaft and a diamond point, these projectiles can pierce through multiple targets and shatter glass.


    Arcane Arrow: Necro-arcane magic is imbued within these arrows. Inflicts one of three random effects on their targets.


    Vampiric Arrow: Infused with sanguine magics, these arrows will siphon the life-force from their targets to heal the user.
    Progress60% complete
    Game VersionMinecraft 1.7.10

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    10/19/2016 7:30 pm
    Level 16 : Journeyman Dragon
    4LeafedLuck's Avatar
    should change the gold longsword into a katana or at least change the tip of the blade, it looks awkward to use
    02/18/2016 12:21 pm
    Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
    coolestaidan's Avatar
    When the shield is on your back, how is it on the same angle as the ax???
    07/07/2015 12:44 am
    Level 1 : New Miner
    CarterPlayz's Avatar
    Hey I was wondering what texture pack goes well with these textures I've tried a few but I as wondering if there's a better fitting pack than the one I'm using
    11/16/2014 12:41 pm
    Level 71 : Legendary Modder
    coolAlias's Avatar
    Those shields... <drool>
    11/11/2014 9:40 pm
    Level 1 : New Explorer
    vortex123846's Avatar
    please help i really want to get the whole texture pack
    11/12/2014 12:13 am
    Level 68 : High Grandmaster Senpai
    MikuDesu's Avatar
    Hmm...not sure why. Are you using the latest version of the mod?
    11/13/2014 7:06 pm
    Level 1 : New Explorer
    vortex123846's Avatar
    11/13/2014 9:35 pm
    Level 68 : High Grandmaster Senpai
    MikuDesu's Avatar
    Well, I've tested the download and have found no problems at all. Strange...
    11/11/2014 9:39 pm
    Level 1 : New Explorer
    vortex123846's Avatar
    there is a problem for me only the swords texture will change not anything else
    12/14/2015 5:48 pm
    Level 9 : Apprentice Architect
    Captain_Dragonite's Avatar
    Same prom.
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