Minecraft: "I Need More Men" – Minecolonies 1.14.4 Forge Mod Showcase

Welcome to my mod showcases! This is inspired by youtubers such as Brodual and Sinitar Gaming but I did my take on what it could be for Minecraft!
After much time, I finally have finished the mod showcase of Minecolonies; a mod that allows you to create your own colony and features many systems in place, including a happiness and saturation system, bandit raids and a variety of jobs for your workers.
If you would like to see a mod get showcased, leave a comment down below. Hope you enjoy the video and if you enjoyed, show some support to see me make more videos!

Mod Topics
00:00 Overview
00:31 Colony Location Scouting
01:12 Town Hall and Builder Huts
01:43 Builders
02:24 Increasing Population Cap
02:43 Building Your Village
03:13 Maximising Worker Efficiency
04:21 Happiness and Saturation Systems
05:35 Other Features
06:16 Conclude

Check out the mod here! Minecolonies by H3lay
https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods/minecolonies

Required for 1.14 Minecolonies: Structurize by H3lay
https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods/structurize

Other Mods used

BSL Shaders Mod by CaptTatsu

https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/customization/bsl-shaders

Not Enough Items by chicken_bones

https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/notenoughitems

Optifine by sp614x

https://optifine.net/downloads

Intro music:

Wolf Walker – Destiny: The Taken King Soundtrack by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson and Skye Lewin

Background Music:

From Past to Present: The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Soundtrack by Jeremy Soule

The Streets of Whiterun: The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Soundtrack by Jeremy Soule

Outro Music: Queen’s Ransom-Destiny: The Taken King Soundtrack by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson and Skye Lewin

I do not own Minecraft, the Minecraft mods, the music or the special effects used in this video. All of the credits belong to their respective and original owners. .

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