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A dimension is a separate realm, with different mobs and topology. In Minecraft, dimensions can be accessed by creating and teleporting through the correct portal.

The mod adds 21 new dimensions to the game. Most dimensions are tiered based on how far they are from the Overworld.

Accessing[]

A portal to the Haven dimension.

Main article: Ancient Teleportation

The primary method for accessing all of the dimensions added by the mod is through a portal made of ancient rock and carved runes. This portal must be lit with a realmstone. See the Ancient Teleportation page for more information on how to build and light the portal.

There are a total of 5 dimensions that are directly accessible from the Overworld; the rest require the player to visit other dimensions in order to get to them.

Tiers and dimension order[]

Main article: Dimensional tiers

The only order to dimensions is the tier system, the player must access some dimensions to access other dimensions. Otherwise, the player is free to visit the dimensions in any order that they want. The dimension list below shows the tiers that the dimensions belong to.

List of dimensions[]

The order of the dimensions in the Blank Realmstone's GUI. The picture above was taken before 3.5.

The mod adds 21 dimensions to the game.

Tier 1[]

Tier 1 dimensions are all accessible from the Overworld. Note that The Nether also counts as a Tier 1 dimension, despite being vanilla content.

Image Dimension Prerequisite dimension Description
Barathos.png Barathos Overworld A scorching desert wasteland dimension.
Creeponia.png Creeponia A creeper forest dimension.
Deeplands.png Deeplands A deep cave dimension.
Lelyetia.png Lelyetia A tall autumn forest dimension with an upside-down underside.
Precasia.png Precasia A prehistoric jungle dimension.

Tier 2[]

Tier 1 Dimensions typically (but not always) allow the unlocking of two other Tier 2 dimensions from their respective dimension branch. Despite not having its own Realmstone, The End counts as a Tier 2 dimension, as entry into the dimension typically requires visitation to The Nether beforehand.

Image Dimension Prerequisite dimension Description
Abyss (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Abyss Nether A bloody, hellish dimension.
Candyland.png Candyland Precasia A candy dimension.
Celeve.png Celeve Lelyetia A clown-themed floating island dimension.
Crystevia.png Crystevia Deeplands A crystalized cavern dimension.
Gardencia.png Gardencia Precasia A plant-themed island dimension.
The Haven.png Haven Lelyetia A colorful floating island dimension.
Iromine.png Iromine Barathos A dimension filled with robotic mobs.
Mysterium (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Mysterium Creeponia A mushroom cave dimension.
Vox Ponds (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Vox Ponds Creeponia An apocalyptic wasteland dimension.

Tier 3[]

Tier 3 Dimensions usually require the visitation of two or more dimensions.

Image Dimension Prerequisite dimension Description
Dustopia (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Dustopia Abyss A dark forest dimension.
Greckon (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Greckon Abyss A mountainous, haunted dimension.
L'Borean.png L'Borean Gardencia and
Candyland
An underwater coral reef dimension.
Lunalus (Night Vision).png
The above image is taken with Night Vision.
Lunalus Haven and
Celeve
An outer space dimension cluttered with asteroids.
Runandor.png Runandor Mysterium* and
Vox Ponds
A mountainous, runic-themed dimension.

Note: Runandor can be accessed by entering a portal in the Mysterium dimension.

Tier 4[]

Tier 4 Dimensions require the visitation of four dimensions.

Image Dimension Prerequisite dimension Description
The Shyrelands.png Shyrelands Greckon and
Dustopia
A bright forest dimension held up above the void by occasional pillars.

Untiered[]

Untiered dimensions do not follow the tiering system.

Image Dimension Description
Nowhere.png Nowhere A small room with various furnished decorations. Currently a work in progress.

Changes to vanilla dimensions[]

The mod adds new content to the vanilla dimensions.

Overworld[]

Main article: Overworld

The mod adds 6 news ores, 2 new structures, 47 new mobs, 1 boss, and 7 npcs to the Overworld, among other features. See the Overworld page for more information.

The Nether[]

Main article: The Nether

The mod adds 1 new ore, 2 new structures, 7 new mobs, 2 bosses, and 2 npcs to the Nether, among other features. See the Nether page for more information.

The mod adds a realmstone which can be used to open a portal to the Nether. The realmstone's portal does not apply the 8:1 conversion that the vanilla Nether portal does. The realmstone is not required to access the Nether in the mod; the player can still use the vanilla portal.

The End[]

Main article: The End

The mod adds new drops to the Ender Dragon, but otherwise does not add anything new to the End.

Mod additions to custom dimensions[]

Main article: Custom dimension properties

The mod adds its own properties to its own dimensions which can be utilized in custom dimensions. See the above linked page for more information.

See also[]


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