Thaumcraft 1.12.2

Thaumcraft 1.12.2

Thaumcraft 1.12.2 is a highly immersive mod for Minecraft which adds Magic and Wizardry in the game. This Mod gives the players the ability to craft magic wands, use arcane books and much more. With the use of these magical items, the players are now enabled to cast magic, spawn mobs and even use deadly spells to incinerate the opponent.

Some of the magical items that you can create are the magic wands and the Arcane workbench. By successfully making these items you will be able to unlock magic spells.

If you love this pack and want to have more in the future, you can show your love to Thaumcraft 1.12.2. You can check his Youtube Channel to support him. You can check more PVP packs over here.

To make sure you get the best game experience possible we strongly recommend using PvP Texture Pack in combination with Optifine. For the best PvP experience, we recommend you use Minecraft version 1.8 or 1.7.

Before you go and install this Mod, do know that it may alter the performance of vanilla Minecraft. Also, note on the versions that a mod is compatible with. Installing Mods might affect the gameplay on Minecraft and may alter the dynamics of how the game is played.

How to install Thaumcraft 1.12.2?

If you don’t know how to install the Thaumcraft 1.12.2 just look below, we’ll provide you with a short tutorial there. This installation guide should work with all Minecraft versions. To see the Official Download Links just scroll down.

Simple 6-step installation below is recommended! 
  • Download and install Minecraft Forge first,
  • Download the designated Mod of your choice.
  • Press WIN+R to open "Run"
  • Type %appdata% into the Run program that opened, and press Enter.
  • Navigate to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded file into that folder (jar (zip)


Thaumcraft 1.12.2 Official Download Links

Download Thaumcraft 1.12.2 are listed below:

 Thaumcraft 1.12.2 DOWNLOAD

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