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  1. Craft Builder Proudly Presents, Please note that this post will no longer be updated. Please visit the Minecraft Forums Link. Thank You. You've heard stories about mages, how they pull out their hands and make fire come out of the tips of their fingers, how they scream at the earth and make the ground shake the mountains, how they invent the most amazing machines and float in the air. They're all the same, majestic, genius, creative, and most especially, powerful. If a warrior wearing the best crafted armor on and holding the best enchanted sword on came to challenge an average mage, the mage would win. The mage uses invisibility spells to cloak himself in darkness, and uses arcane spells to blast through the armor, ignoring it as if the warrior had nothing on. We've all heard the stories about the mages who rule the land. Now is your chance, you can become a mage too, y'know. All with research, use the research table, write down notes, look into the acculus to train yourself worthy, and have the capabilities of a true mage. Links : Technic Platform (get the modpack) - http://www.technicpack.net/modpack/details/mages-supply.279194 Minecraft Forum (HIGHLY SUGGESTED.) - http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/2445069-mages-supply-modpack-conjure-your-dreams/#entry29398221 Platform URL (paste in Technic Launcher to get the pack) - http://www.technicpack.net/api/modpack/mages-supply You can change this pack : This modpack is a public modpack, as in the public has the ability to change the pack. If you want to make a difference, either 1) Comment on what you would like to see (Please visit another link. Thank You.) 2) Send me an email at [email protected]
  2. Can you say how you made the file? That would be useful. For your use, I'll put how I made my modpack. I made a folder on my desktop named modpack, but you can name it anything. Then I created 3 folders inside of it, config, mods, and bin. then I downloaded the necessary forge version, (by the way, did you check to make sure all your mods were the same version?) and added it to the folder. You might want to make sure not to run it. I then renamed the forge "modpack". I added all my mods into the "mods" folder I made, then put the forge installer (now named "modpack") into the bin folder. After that, I deleted the config file (I don't know why I had to do this, I was simply told to). I then selected the two remaining folders and right clicked them. I hovered over "Send to" then clicked "compressed zip file". I then created a drop box account and enabled Public Folder (or something like that, the way I did this was by looking at the comments of the video I was watching and clicked a link someone made to enable it. link --> https://www.dropbox.com/enable_public_folder ) I couldn't find the public folder so I made one named "public". I then added the modpack zip folder. I copied the download link (witch was hard to do as I have windows 8 and was using the internet explorer app. I clicked the file, then right clicked "download", and finally clicked "copy link"). After a long 2 hours, (mainly downloading mods and trying to find out witch ones worked and witch ones didn't, by running them in my actual Minecraft) I went to my technic account and created a new modpack. I then edited it and pasted the download link into the modpack location. I clicked save modpack, went to my technic launcher, added the pack, and it worked. I hope this helps, and I know it's long, but it was hard to say in words. maybe watch Donkeypanic's video on how to make a modpack? Anyways, good luck!