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|Latest version||R1.10 349|
|Latest Minecraft version||1.12.1|
FTB Infinity Evolved Skyblock
FTB Mage Quest
Botania's documentation book, the Lexica Botania, displays crafting recipes and explains nearly everything about Botania in-game.
Mystical Flowers[edit | edit source]
Botania generates Mystical Flowers all over the Minecraft world. They come in 16 different colors. They can be crafted into Mystical Petals, which can be further crafted into dye, or into a wide variety of generating and functional flowers in the Petal Apothecary.
Mana[edit | edit source]
Mana is the energy system Botania features, used for powering nearly all of the mystical devices in the mod. It can be acquired through generating flowers such as the Hydroangeas, Endoflame, or Gourmaryllis, and can power a variety of functional flowers, armor sets, and other accessories from the mod.
Gaia Guardian[edit | edit source]
Tweaks[edit | edit source]
Botania tweaks vanilla Minecraft in a couple of ways. When Botania is installed, vanilla Dispensers can plant crops on the block directly in front of them. Botania also adds a number of decorative banner patterns.
History[edit | edit source]
During the transition from Minecraft 1.7.10 to 1.8, Vazkii decided to discontinue the mod due to a lack of inspiration. It was re-continued by williewillus under the name Botania Unofficial. No changes were made, except for minor tweaks and bug fixes. In September 2016, Vazkii picked up the mod again, initially under the name BotaniaV2, based off of williewillus' port for Minecraft 1.10.
Guides[edit | edit source]
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- Botania on CurseForge
- Botania Unofficial on CurseForge
- Botania on the Minecraft Forums
- Botania on the Feed The Beast Forums
- Support Vazkii on Patreon
- Support wiiv on Patreon
- Botania on GitHub
- Botania Unofficial on GitHub
- Vazkii's website
- Botania website