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Wanted something like this for a long time, the starting grid for me is a pain, even in 1.4
You should add some other optional/configurable features, like 10 herb bags or some other starting accessories, ammos, an axe and hammer for building and harvesting, nothing too crazy
I know absolutely zero about coding and programming, but it's pretty obvious that with the new update, most mods will be broken
Starting from the Thrower sub-class being removed from the game, and new implemented stuff like animations etc being rewrote from scraps
What I fear is that most mods...
Looks like a mod conflict/error
Check if there are updates on the mod browser, and if it keeps crash, you need to find the couprit disabling one mod at a time
It's a chore but it will worth it
If you have 4 or less GB of RAM, it may be memory limitation too, but to me it's more a conflict or...
Good day everyone :bslime:
I'm going to start another modded run, but with Calamity as the main mod, and I would like to know what are some balanced mods that fits well with it.
Feel free to give your suggestions, the only "limitation" is that I don't like cheating, silly and bad quality mods...
I have something like 44 mods installed, and pretty often the vanilla NPC's shop isn't big enough to contain all the new and vanilla items they sell (there are doubles too, for example my Dryad sells duplicates of every vanilla boss summon, and it takes a lot of space in the shop...