Monster is a Feed The Beast and CurseForge modpack that was assembled/created by the FTB team. As the name suggests, it’s an incredibly large modpack that combines a little bit of everything. With a combination of both technology and magical implements, there really is something for everyone. With 123 mods available to the player with this modpack, you’re never truly strapped for something to do. Considered to be the spiritual successor to FTB Unleashed, Monster is named for the incredible number of mods.
Just to be reiterated, there is honestly so much to find and do in Monster, it’s almost hard to list. There are small mods that simply improve storage and general gameplay systems. Whereas there are others that make clear changes to the environment around you, adding new resources while they’re at it. Not to mention the incredibly large amount of new items and recipes that come your way. From the second you load up this modpack, there’s an inordinate amount of content to explore. By any chance Minecraft is starting to bore you a little, then Monster is the modpack for you.
Similar to how playing Minecraft for the first time, there’s a lot to see, do, and explore, while learning it all. Part of the charm for Minecraft is learning what you can do and how to do it, and that’s something Monster manages to bring back for quite some time. There really is just an exuberate amount of content that makes Monster a hard modpack to put down. Considering there are 123 different mods that work perfectly together in this singular package, why would you ever choose it over anything else?
Some of the mods that are contained within Monster are:
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