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Fireproof Dungeons 10/14/16

Replaces some dungeons within Volcanic planets, especially towns, with fireproof versions.

  1. Shadow Wolf TJC
    Tired of being wrongfully-accused of thievery when, in fact, the procedurally-generated city that you were exploring was falling apart because of the volatile weather? While this mod won't necessarily fix your woes with regards to meteors destroying cities, it should help alleviate the problem of cities getting destroyed by fiery rain... by replacing all of the flammable blocks, such as wood and wicker, with non-flammable ones like brick, clay, and metal.

    For the time being, this mod only changes the dungeons that weren't built using Tiled, such as Grounded Avian Villages, Floran Tree Villages, and Glitch Villages, and only applies these changes for dungeons located on Volcanic planets. While I would like to apply these same changes to the other city dungeons that were built using Tiled, I, sadly, don't know how Tiled works, or where to get it.

    Note: This mod has a priority of -9998, meaning that, while its assets would most likely be loaded before most other mods (whom usually have a default priority of 0, since they usually don't specify one), there's also a heightened likelihood that other mods could overwrite this mod's changes. However, this usually shouldn't an issue for this mod, since it was designed with the intent of replacing something within the base game, instead of adding something new to it, and most mods that add new dungeons should ideally be structured to add them into existing dungeon lists, so as to make them more compatable with other dungeon-adding mods (and should ideally have a priority setting, if any, that's nowhere nearly as low as this mod's priority setting).
    Mod Pack Permissions:
    Anyone can use this mod in their mod compilation without the author's consent.
    Mod Assets Permissions:
    Anyone can alter/redistribute the mod's assets without the author's consent.
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