Wiki ᜅ᜔ FTB
ᜋᜊᜓᜑᜌ᜔ ᜐ ᜀᜅ᜔ ᜆᜓᜈᜌ᜔ Wiki ᜅ᜔ Feed The Beast
ᜋᜊᜓᜑᜌ᜔ ᜐ ᜌᜓᜅ᜔ ᜆᜓᜈᜌ᜔ Wiki ᜅ᜔ Feed The Beast! ᜇᜒᜆᜓ᜵ ᜋᜃᜆᜓᜋᜓᜃ᜔ᜎᜐ᜔ ᜃᜌᜓ ᜃᜀᜎᜋᜈ᜔ ᜉᜇ ᜋ᜔ᜄ mod᜵ ᜋ᜔ᜄ modpack᜵ ᜀᜆ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜋᜉ ᜂᜄ᜔ᜈᜌ᜔ ᜐ FTB᜶ ᜇᜒᜆᜓ ᜐ ᜌᜓᜅ᜔ Wiki ᜅ᜔ Feed The Beast᜵ ᜑᜓᜋᜑᜇᜉ᜔ ᜆᜌᜓ ᜅ᜔ ᜌᜓᜅ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ mod ᜐ ᜋ᜔ᜄ modpack ᜅ᜔ FTB᜵ ᜉᜒᜓ ᜇᜒᜈ᜔ ᜉᜓᜋᜌᜄ᜔ ᜁᜊ ᜋ᜔ᜄ mod᜶ ᜋᜌ᜔ ᜆᜌᜓ 15,005 ᜉᜑᜒᜈ᜶ ᜋᜌ᜔ ᜋᜇᜋᜒ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜋᜓᜇ ᜉᜇ ᜆᜓᜋᜓᜎᜓᜅ᜔ ᜃᜌᜓ᜵ ᜄᜈᜒᜆᜓ ᜁᜐᜒᜈᜓᜐᜎᜆ᜔/ᜈᜄ᜔ᜊᜊᜄᜓ ᜃᜌᜓ ᜅ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜉᜑᜒᜈ᜵ ᜁᜐᜒᜈᜓᜐᜎᜆ᜔/ᜈᜄ᜔ᜊᜊᜄᜓ ᜃᜌᜓ ᜅ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜉᜇ᜔ᜓᜈ᜔᜵ ᜀᜆ᜔ ᜈᜄ᜔ᜊᜒᜊᜒᜄᜌ᜔ ᜃᜌᜓᜅ᜔ feedback ᜐ ᜀᜋᜒᜈ᜔᜶
ᜀᜈᜓᜅ᜔ Feed The Beast?
Feed the Beast᜵ ᜇᜒᜈ᜔ ᜃᜒᜎᜎᜅ᜔ FTB᜵ ᜈᜄ᜔ᜋᜓᜎ ᜐ ᜀᜅ᜔ ᜋᜉᜅ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜆᜓᜆᜓᜎ᜔ ᜉᜇ Minecraft᜶ ᜄᜓᜋᜋᜒᜆ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ mod᜶ ᜈᜉᜃᜃᜆᜓᜎᜇ᜔ ᜐ ᜌᜓᜅ᜔ ᜋᜉ ᜃᜒᜎᜎᜅ᜔ Sky Block᜵ ᜋᜄ᜔ᜐᜒᜐᜒᜋᜓᜎ ᜈᜒᜎ ᜐ ᜌᜓᜅ᜔ ᜋᜓᜈ᜔ᜇᜓ ᜈ ᜇᜒ ᜑᜌ᜔ ᜏᜎ ᜉᜒᜓ ᜋᜎᜒᜁᜆ᜔ ᜉ᜔ᜎᜆᜉᜓᜇ᜔ᜋ᜵ ᜀᜆ᜔ ᜇᜉᜆ᜔ ᜇᜓᜋᜁᜄ᜔ ᜈᜒᜎ ᜋᜇᜋᜒ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜆᜓᜆᜓᜎ᜔᜶ ᜋᜌ᜔ FTB ᜋ᜔ᜄ mod ᜅ᜔ tech᜵ ᜃᜌ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜆᜂ ᜉᜓᜏᜒᜇᜒ ᜄᜓᜋᜋᜒᜆ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜊᜄᜌ᜔ ᜐ ᜋᜄ᜔ᜆᜎ ᜅ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜆᜓᜎᜓᜆ᜔᜵ ᜆ ᜋᜄ᜔ᜊᜒᜄᜌ᜔ ᜋ᜔ᜄ ᜄᜈ᜔ᜆᜒ᜶
The map was then adapted to allow multiple players to compete against each other in a race to complete the objectives. This version gained large popularity after being live-streamed on Twitch.TV with Direwolf20 vs Mattabase, both very well known users of the mods included in the map.
As the map was released to the public, it became apparent that it was very difficult to distribute the map file, mods, and configuration settings to those interested in playing it. At some point a decision was made to combine all of the mods into an easily distributable pack, as well as create a launcher that would stream-line installation.
The map went through various iterations, including the bedrock map - known for the challenge and reward structure made of bedrock. However most players that refer to the FTB map, truly mean the pyramid map, known for its large basalt pyramid that included various rooms that listed a set of items the player had to create in order to solve each challenge. That version was then updated to a harder version, known as FTB Insanity, which took many players 50 to even over 100 hours of play time to fully complete.
The modpacks are centered around mods built on the Minecraft Forge platform. They initially focused on mods of a technical theme, such as IndustrialCraft 2, BuildCraft, and RedPower 2. However, it then expanded to other genres, such as magic mods like Thaumcraft and Mystcraft.
The initial modpack was released as a beta in November 2012. It stayed in beta status for some time because of the necessity for mod authors to update their mods to Minecraft version 1.4, where everything became server based. This process proved a long road for a few of the mods that were core to the pack.
Other versions of the FTB Modpacks were created, including FTB Lite, which slimmed down the list of mods to assist new users learn the ins and outs without being overwhelmed. A Magic World pack, which focused on mods of a magical nature, was also released.
Many modpacks have since been released, and have been updated to the 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, and 1.8 versions of Minecraft. All of the modpacks featured on the FTB Launcher can be found on the Modpacks page. Mods included in the FTB modpacks can be found in the Mods Category.
The launcher was released as alpha during a livestream by Slowpoke101. The number of downloads quickly overwhelmed the server, leaving many users frustrated. After resolving the server issues, a beta version was released. A website, feed-the-beast.com, soon followed.
The main features of the launcher are:
Now that you know a little bit about Feed the Beast, head over to the Getting Started page to learn how to install the launcher, choose a modpack, and begin playing!