Skyblock - Dungeons
Have you ever wanted to have a separate dungeons map on your screen and know what items and stats your teammates have? Our Skyblock mod offers you tools to find this information. It also has the re-party feature to automatically re-invite your teammates after the floor competition and many other practical tools to help you enhance your dungeons experience. You will find more information about them below in this article.
How can I access this category?
- The first thing you should do is locate, enable, and open the Skyblock Mod settings. If you do not know how to do it, check this Skyblock Mod help article: https://support.badlion.net/hc/en-us/articles/5258654487826-Skyblock-Mod
- Once you have opened the Skyblock Mod settings, click on "Dungeons".
Skyblock - Dungeons settings
Once you click on "Dungeons", you will see the following settings:
Explaining Skyblock - Dungeons settings
1. Glowing Dungeon Teammates - if you enable this setting, your dungeon teammates will have a green glow around them, similar to the Vanilla Minecraft glowing effect. You will be able to see your teammates through walls. This feature is beneficial in two scenarios:
- If you want to follow your teammates and do not want to get lost in clustered dungeons rooms.
- If you want to see your teammates in rooms where lots of mobs have spawned.
We are sure you will find a use for this feature and will find it helpful.
2. Real Livid Tracker - if you enable this setting, it will highlight the real Livid, as well as showcase their health in its own widget that you may move where you please by using the GUI editor. You can use the two settings, "Livid Health Display" and "Livid Health Display - Only in Boss Room", below "Real Livid Tracker" to toggle the health module on the screen or choose it to be displayed only when you go through the portal to fight the Livid boss.
The real Livid will have a white glowing effect around it, as seen in the screenshot below.
3. Dungeons Reparty Keybind - are you doing dungeons XP runs, or have you found a party that knows how to play dungeons and want to continue playing with them? If so, use this setting to automatically disband and re-invite each team member back to the team simply by pressing a key on your keyboard. To bind the key, you need to click on "NONE" and press any key on your keyboard.
4. Auto Accept Reparty Invites - if you enable this setting, it will automatically accept a party request from another player. It is helpful if you plan to do many dungeon runs and do not want to interact with chat and click the party invitation messages.
5. Disable Mort And Dungeon Boss Messages - when you first enter any dungeons floor, Mort* sends various messages when you interact with them. This setting allows you to hide Mort and the boss's messages while playing in dungeons.
*Mort is an NPC found in the Dungeon Hub who allows you to enter the Catacombs Dungeon.
6. Healing Circle Overlay - "Healing Circle" is a dungeon orb ability that healers get. By default, when you use this ability, a circle appears made out of basic Minecraft particles. The "Healing Circle Overlay" feature uses solid colors to display the circle, making it easier for users to see it.
7. Critical Dungeon Teammates - if you enable this setting, it will show a red heart above your teammates if they are very low on health. It can be seen through walls. It is useful if you want to know the right time to heal your teammates.
8. Show Dungeon Milestone - Dungeon Milestones are class goals that give the player the possibility of gaining better loot and earning more class XP after clearing a Dungeon. The Milestones vary for each class and are greater on higher floors. The "Show Dungeon Milestone" uses a separate module to display your milestone level on your screen.
You can change its color by using the setting right below "Show Dungeon Milestone". Please keep in mind that color settings only show up when you enable the core setting, in this case, "Show Dungeon Milestone".
9. Dungeon Collected Essences Display - if you enable this setting, you will see which essences you collect in your dungeon runs on your screen. You can get seven types of essence in dungeons: Wither, Spider, Undead, Dragon, Gold, Diamond, and Ice.
When you get them in the game, they get displayed in the "Dungeon Collected Essences Display" module. You can use the GUI editor to move the mod and change its size. It looks like this:
10. Dungeon Death Counter - if you enable this setting, you will see a module that shows how many times your dungeons party has died. The more death your party receives, the lower the completion score you get. It's helpful to keep track of total deaths to predict your party's completion score.
11. Dungeon Map Display - are you tired of constantly switching items to view the map to see what rooms need to be cleared or where to go? This feature allows you to enable and see the dungeons map on your screen without switching items.
12. Dungeon Healers Counter - this setting allows you to see which teammate is a healer, how many revives they have, and when they can use their healing abilities. You can customize this setting using the color settings under the "Dungeon Healers Counter" setting.
13. Dungeon Party Members Stats - when you enable this setting, it shows what items and stats the player has when they join your party. The screenshot below shows an example.
You can also use this feature to remove people from your party by clicking the red text at the bottom of the message.
14. Dungeon Party Finder Info - when this setting is enabled, it changes the party skull to red or green. Red means you do not meet the minimum party requirements, such as the catacombs level, and green means you can join the party. It is helpful if you do not like checking every available party to see if you meet their requirements, which sometimes takes a bit of time.
15. Dungeon Party - Draw Player Count - when this open is enabled, it shows the number of players within a party in the party finder menu.
16. Dungeon Block Colors - this setting allows you to change the color of important blocks and entities in dungeons, such as cracked stone bricks, to show where TNT needs to be placed, chests, and trapped chests, bats to find them easily, tripwires and dispensers.
17. Dungeon Timers - dungeons timers allow you to see how long it took you to complete a specific phase of the run. The timers change according to the floor you are on. The screenshot below shows what it looks like in the game.
18. Dungeon Score Calculator - when you enable this setting, you will be able to see what score you have for your current Dungeon Run before you get to the end of it!