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Wolfhound Classic Medieval

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Level 80 : Elite Necromancer
Do you love the medieval era? Are you a fan of gargoyles and illuminated manuscripts? Do you eschew electricity? (obviously not on the last one, since you're using a computer...) Well, Wolfhound Classic Medieval variant of the original Wolfhound may be the pack for you then. Filled with drab colors, carvings, and illuminated inspired textures, you'll be able to build your ideal medieval castle with this pack.

Why Classic medieval?
There's a couple different styles within what's called the medieval era. This is made to look like what everyone typically thinks of when they think of that time period.

What's with all the Christian imagery?
This is a medieval pack. They were kind of into that sort of thing back then. There ARE illuminations that break the trend but... I'd get my account banned if I linked to them. Seriously. They're nsfw.

The end portals feature the Christian emblems so prominently because I figured... if the nether is hell, then why not make them believe that the End is heaven? Course, the poor poor villagers have it totally wrong, but hey... they're not the ones jumping through the portal, right?

I can't read the font.
JOIN THE CLUB. But seriously, it's a modified version of a medieval script so it's actually more legible than the actual thing. If you can't figure it out after a little bit, you can always swap in the text from a different version of Wolfhound. I'm able to read it okay, but I'm used to it.

Where did the paintings come from?
They're from illuminated scrolls I did for a medieval reenactment group I'm part of. They span a very wide range of time and skill level, as I only do about six a year and maybe two of them can be reused for Minecraft here.

Okay, explain some of the logic behind the textures.

Food: I'll only explain the ones I don't think are self-explanatory. Cake: fig tart. Pumpkin pie: rice tart (I know, it doesn't make sense but I really like rice tarts). Cookie: pine nut cookie, thought it was medieval but I wasn't able to find a source on it, but they're tasty so whatever. Cod: it's cooked with egg. Potato: turnip tart. Sugar: honey, as that was used to sweeten desserts primarily. Rabbit: I found a recipe that had like a bazillion different ingredients so I just scribbled all over the rabbit chunks.

Plants: The rose is monkshood and the dandelion is belladona. I don't remember what the others are, but they're all plants I learned about when I took a class on medieval poisons. Yes. You read that right. It was an amazing hour of my life. The two hour medieval barber-surgeon class? Just as amazing but far, far more horrifying. I learned things that cannot be unlearned.

The rails are wood planks because there is pretty much no rail equivalent back then. Planks are sometimes used in areas where the ground is really muddy to help people keep their footing.

The pumpkins are also turnips because they carved turnips back then instead. I may have been pulled into helping with a kid's event doing turnip carving one year. It was fun. No one lost any fingers.

The shulker... just... what?

Looking for something brighter? Try the Heavenly variant.
Looking for something dark? Try the Dungeon variant.
Looking for something ethereal? Try the Fairy variant.
Looking for something cultural? Try the Asian variant.
Looking for something seasonal? Try the Seasons variant.
Looking for something shiny? Try the Fantasy variant.

Want to build your own? Try the Customizer!

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Please note that since I can't upload to PMC anymore, the only option is Mediafire. I'm sorry.

Terms of Use:

Because I get asked this stuff a lot.

What can I do with this pack?
  • use it in a Youtube video, include a link back to Wolfhound
  • use it in a remix pack for redistribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
  • alter textures for a remix pack for redistribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
  • use (altered or unaltered) in a map for distribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
  • use it for any of the above purposes without first asking permission
What can I NOT do with this pack?
  • claim it as your own work
  • put it under any sort of link that makes you money
  • upload it to websites as a texture pack. In other words, don't go to some website that distributes texture packs that I'm not already on and upload it yourself. I need to retain control of this pack so I can keep it current.
I've relaxed my standards on what you can and cannot do with this texture pack because I'm making this for the community and I want the community to be able to use it and benefit from it. There's no advantage other than ego-stroking to keep it exclusively to myself. Just don't claim it as your own.

And make sure you're following the TOS of anywhere you use it.
Progress70% complete
Game VersionMinecraft 1.14

18 Update Logs

Update #18 : 06/10/2019 8:06:39 pmJun 10th

Updating to 1.14 with default Wolfhound textures so I can stop being stressed about trying to get these done. I'll fill in with unique textures later.

43 replies

06/08/2019 4:47 am
Level 1 : New Miner
Great pack! I love this one and your dungeon one I go back and forth between them. Hey are you planning on updating this for 1.14 though? It will be great to have all the textures in there.
11/30/2018 10:59 am
Level 1 : New Explorer
this obviously deserves a diamond

01/20/2018 12:07 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
This is brilliant. I love that you took the time to research and incorporate appropriate elements. Have a well-deserved diamond!
11/21/2017 9:43 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
Dead Drumer
I love all of your texture packs. And the water animation is awesome! :)
06/30/2017 5:40 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
I got the pack. Its amazing I just love the textures and it blends in well with rustic and medival buildings. It is a medival pack. But great work I hope you make more :)
02/02/2017 7:05 pm
Level 30 : Artisan Button Pusher
I didn't see anything about servers in your TOS. Would you be alright with a server using a Wolfhound pack as their automatically-installed pack, or would you prefer having players download it from you?
02/03/2017 7:27 pm
Level 80 : Elite Necromancer
I should update the TOS. Go ahead and use it. I prefer people to download from me so they don't miss updates, but with a server you'd be keeping it up-to-date. So that's fine. Enjoy!
03/08/2016 3:56 pm
Level 32 : Artisan Artist
Can you implement ctm or connected textures into this texture pack. Frequently generated terrain blocks often look tiled without ctm - even random rotations would do the job. I also recommend you use metadatas, which are unused block datas textured by optifine and can be supplied by any pack - The only downfall to this is your client must be 1.7.0-1.7.10 with Optifine installed. If you want an example of these game changing features go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsbnOcoFJlk

I hope this suggestion was useful; great texturers like you should know about metadatas as they really improve the pack as we see with Conquest by almighty Monsterfish.
03/08/2016 10:15 pm
Level 80 : Elite Necromancer
I prefer to keep my texture packs as accessible as possible, and that means keeping them current with the latest release and not dependent on any mods. I do permit others to alter the pack for mods if they like, and there have been people that maintain mod-ready versions of Wolfhound. But honestly, the biggest reason for why I don't want to mess around with optifine is because I make these packs to improve my game, and I really don't care to use optifine at all. So it's not worth it to me to do anything with it.
03/09/2016 3:35 pm
Level 32 : Artisan Artist
Ok, it was just a suggestion, I would still download the pack anyway!
10/29/2015 9:13 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
This is seriously impressive, especially for only being 64x64. Also, I don't think I've ever seen much symbology used in another medieval pack before. It definitely adds to the experience.
09/22/2015 10:21 pm
Level 28 : Expert Mage
Lovely.  Why didn't I use this earlier? It's beautiful!
05/12/2015 9:45 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Explorer
Is there music with this as well or is it just a texture pack?
05/07/2015 5:44 am
Level 39 : Artisan Crafter
This is so amazing this is definitely one of my favs without a doubt your whole wolfhound series has to be one of the most impressive on PMC and I would love to use your texture packs for my maps giving you credit of course and a link on my page to your texture pack i use if that is okay with you.
05/06/2015 12:25 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
the facts you added to this texture pack are very interesting!
04/24/2015 6:35 pm
Level 2 : Apprentice Crafter
I sense +1 diamonds in your future.
11/02/2014 9:28 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
I like the texture pack, but the sword handles look like they are just jabbed into their hand (I am talking about the whole bottom of the sord btw).
11/02/2014 3:53 pm
Level 1 : New Crafter
i just love it, it's Awesome!!
10/12/2014 4:41 am
Level 4 : Apprentice Crafter
it's an amazing pack !!! I ♥ it !
10/05/2014 4:17 pm
Level 1 : New Crafter
Can I use this pack for my YouTube channel? My channel is: www.youtube.com/channel/UCZG89I_uF2w__fjkmEFtaww
10/06/2014 12:07 pm
Level 80 : Elite Necromancer
Sure, just include a link in the credits.
10/17/2014 6:40 pm
Level 1 : New Crafter
Thank you! The vid might not be up for a while though.
06/07/2014 5:38 pm
Level 18 : Journeyman Nerd
Mind if I use this for my RolePlay server's resource pack?
11/21/2013 4:22 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
this. . . is. . . . . AWSOME!!!!!
11/14/2013 2:49 pm
Level 14 : Journeyman Engineer
One thing I've noticed is most aren't even finished, I'd sworn they'd been finished, can't wait for it to be finished now. O.O
11/14/2013 6:32 pm
Level 80 : Elite Necromancer
It's because the pack these are derived from IS finished, and if I haven't done the textures for this specific pack, I fill in with the default Wolfhound stuff. That way it always looks finished even if I'm not technically "done" with it yet.
11/15/2013 3:10 pm
Level 14 : Journeyman Engineer
How come it says 60% done in the additional credits, just couldn't be bothered or you didn't have the time to change it?
09/30/2013 9:48 pm
Level 7 : Apprentice Hunter
Thistle, Again you manage to make my jaw drop to the floor.
Very nice work.
Downloaded and diamond-ed...Diamond'd? Take a diamond...?
Oh well.
Hope you update some more. As always, this is awe inspiring.
Keep up the amazing work.
09/21/2013 5:28 pm
Level 9 : Apprentice Creeper
Da Creepa11
Diamond For You Its Great!
09/20/2013 9:17 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
Good as always, just take the diamond.
09/19/2013 4:10 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Blacksmith
Very, very good bro!
I love medieval stuff, and have been wanting a texture pack that is medieval-based. This is the answer. Diamonded and Favorited.
09/19/2013 4:58 am
Level 37 : Artisan Robot
09/18/2013 7:39 pm
Level 9 : Apprentice Miner
Would it be possible for it to have bump mapping eventually? Would go great with my shaders :D
09/18/2013 1:59 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
it looks awesome!
09/17/2013 7:26 am
Level 1 : New Network
You continue to impress.
09/16/2013 9:46 pm
Level 8 : Apprentice Farmer
NEVER stop these wolfhound resource packs :D there awesome
09/16/2013 12:34 pm
Level 55 : Grandmaster Architect
One of the nice packs out there with some more in-depth tinkering, not just some plain texturing :)
09/16/2013 9:59 am
Level 67 : High Grandmaster Dwarf
Looks very nice. Thanks for the updates.
09/15/2013 9:27 pm
Level 81 : Elite Goblin
Gorgeous work as usual.
09/15/2013 8:35 pm
Level 1 : New Crafter
yay i was hoping you would start a new one <3 love ur work keep it up
09/15/2013 8:10 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
I absolutely LOVE your work. I have the Heavenly pack and the Wolfhound pack. I use them religiously.
09/15/2013 8:12 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
And now I have this one.
09/15/2013 8:07 pm
Level 64 : High Grandmaster Meme
Ooh, I like :D

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