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Welcome to the official Advent of Ascension Wiki, a community project dedicated to providing information on the Advent of Ascension mod. The wiki currently has 2,174 articles and 5,528 files and is maintained by 8 active contributors from the community; everyone is encouraged to contribute.

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Latest version: 3.4.8 for Minecraft 1.15.2

New beta for 3.5 for Minecraft 1.16.5 can be downloaded here.

To download, click here!

Upcoming content can be viewed here.


To install Advent of Ascension, the user has to have downloaded Forge first. Forge can be downloaded here (click here for 1.12.2 and here for 1.7.10). One will need a minimum of Forge 31.2.27 to play this mod in 1.15.2 (Forge for 1.12.2). Once the user has properly installed forge, one can download the mod here. Once one downloads the mod jar file, they must move it to their mods folder in their Minecraft directory. If a mods folder does not exist, the user can simply create one.

Advent of Ascension is only available for Minecraft: Java Edition on Windows, Mac, and Linux, for Minecraft versions 1.15.2, 1.12.2 and 1.7.10*. Advent of Ascension cannot be installed to any other version of Minecraft: Java Edition or any other edition of Minecraft. Advent of Ascension can also only be installed with Forge; it cannot be installed with Fabric or any other similar mod loader.

About Advent of Ascension

Advent of Ascension (also called Nevermine; abbreviated as AoA) is a large action and adventure mod for Minecraft. The mod was created by Xolova, and is currently being developed by Tslat, with Ursun and NeoVolt as artists, and Firch as a sound artist.

Advent of Ascension is a mod with a large amount of content. Gameplay in the mod includes exploring 21 dimensions, each with its own generation, structures, mobs, blocks, and items. While traveling through the dimensions, the player can mine ores, locate structures, and battle entities with various abilities.

The player can gear up in one of the mod's many armor sets, most having a special ability granted to the player when worn. One may also choose between a large selection of weapons, ranging from melee weapons like swords, to ranged weapons, such as bows, guns, and staves. With the new gear in-hand, the player can potentially battle one of the mod's 29 bosses.

Along the way, the player can also train various skills, which can grant the player access to new areas of the game, and give the player access to new items or resources.

For more information, check out the official CurseForge page, the Discord server, or the Github page.
News and Updates
3.5-Beta-1 was released on 20 March 2021

A beta for the new 3.5 update, which ports the mod to 1.16.5, was released on 20 March 2021. The download for this beta is available here.

Like all betas, this version is not considered stable. Game-breaking bugs may occur, and some dimensions are unfinished (see below). It is not recommended to use it in any important worlds without backups.

The update also features large changes to in-game content.

  • Many dimensions have their generation and concepts redone.
    • For example, L'Borean was changed to be entirely underwater, with its mobs remodeled to work as swimming aquatic creatures.
    • Some of these changes have yet to be completed, leaving the dimensions unfinished. This is the primary reason for the update's current beta state.
  • Large-scale removals, moves, and sweeping changes:
    • Removal of a significant number of mobs (particularly in the Overworld) and moving several other mobs to other dimensions.
    • Removal of events, tied closely with the above change.
    • All hostile mobs being changed to grant Hunter experience up until Hunter level 10.

Click here for more information about 3.5.

Previous posts about news and updates can be found in the News and Update Archive


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Mod Additions
Information on blocks that are used in world generation or for decoration.
Items that deal damage in various ways.
Items that allow you to harvest different sorts of materials.
Items that provide defensive stats and bonus status effects when worn.
Items used for crafting, trading and more.
Valuable enchantments players can put on their gear.
Items that grant various effects when placed on the ground.
Ancient Teleportation
Information on how to create and light a portal to different dimensions.
Resource Systems
Different resources used to aid the player.
Skills the player can train, which grant various rewards.
XP Table
A table demonstrating the total and required experience for leveling up skills.
  • Commands that the player can type in the chat to achieve things.
Per-world settings that can change certain aspects of the mod.
Information on the mod's configuration file.
Third-Party Mod Integration
Information on how the mod directly interacts with certain other mods.
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The mod adds 21 dimensions to Minecraft. The dimensions vary in their terrain, mobs and generated structures.
The mod adds over 200 different mobs into the game. The mobs have varying health and abilities.

The mod adds a total of 29 bosses for the player to battle.

Summoned creatures that can help you in battle.

Creatures and humans that trade with players for items.
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