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Minecraft Modding

This page explains how to do Minecraft modding with two different tools: Forge and Spigot.

Don’t what is Minecraft? Read Introduction to Minecraft!

forge logo

Forge is for client-side modding, which only works if you have the mod installed. With Forge, you can do lots of cool things like making new blocks, items, mobs, and even biomes and dimensions.

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Spigot is for server-side modding, and anyone who connects to the server can enjoy the mods installed. Most big servers, like Mineplex and Hypixel, are Spigot servers.