Energetic Sheep Mod for Minecraft 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2


Energetic Sheep Mod is a mod that has been programmed to ensure that the sheep in your world isn’t passive in any way. If you must have noticed in the game of minecraft, sheep tends to be very passive even though it isn’t supposed to be like that. Well, all these will definitely change for good through the advent of a mod such as Energetic Sheep. This is because it has been able to ensure that more can be done with sheep in your world. Through this, they will be handling the power generation in the game which is something that is very rare.

It is very important you note that without Cyclops Core Library being installed then you may not be able to explore this mod in way which you ought to. Apart from this, it is a mod that is worth all the hassle given the fact that will ensure the addition of sheep which are going to be undertaking generation of energy in a way that is passive. Have it at the back of your mind that these sheep aren’t bred the same way as the normal or traditional sheep. This means there is a lesser chance of them bring spawned.


How to install Energetic Sheep Mod

This guide will explain how to install Energetic Sheep Mod for Minecraft 1.12, 1.11.2, 1.8.9 and older versions.

  1. Update you Minecraft for the mod version.
  2. Download and install Minecraft Forge API.
  3. Download the Mod file bellow.
  4. Open the Mods folder, for that go in Start and Run: %appdata%.minecraft/mods.
  5. Drag the downloaded Mod.jar into the “mods” folder.
  6. Open your Minecraft launcher and make sure to use the profile the forge api created.

Download Energetic Sheep Mod for Minecraft

Download the best Minecraft 1.13 Mods

All Mods on this site are posted on third party sites, or were not hosted by us, we keep the original download link created by the creator of mods. If the version that you want to download is not listed in the download links below, visit the official Official Thread.

Download Links Energetic Sheep Mod

(Visited 198 times, 1 visits today)