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CoFH Core Mod for Minecraft

Last modified on Nov 3, 2022 in mods

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When playing on your Minecraft Forge server, you or other players may have difficulty accessing ender chests or crafting tables in certain scenarios. When this situation arises, server owners may want to remotely access these features among other things. This is resolved by CoFH Core, a Minecraft mod that provides essential commands and functions to improve your gameplay experience. Additionally, the mod is a foundation for CoFH addons to give you more control over the world and items. The mod works out-of-the-box, however a variety of configurations are available to tweak the permissions and other features. In this Apex Hosting guide, we’ll showcase the CoFH Core mod to get you started on your Forge server.


The CoFH Core mod is required for the launcher and server to function properly.


  1. Head towards the CoFH Core CurseForge page, then press Files.
    CoFH Core CurseForge
  2. Scroll down until you see the version you want and click the mod’s Name.
  3. Afterward, click Download to begin obtaining the file on your computer.
    CoFH Core CurseForge Download
  4. Once you have that, drag the file to your desktop or somewhere easily accessible.
  5. Open your launcher’s mods folder and drag the modification into there.
    Note: This process may vary depending on your client, but here’s a guide for the default launcher.
  6. Open the game to see if it loads to confirm that the mod installation worked.



Make sure to have the mod downloaded onto your computer before following the server installation instructions.

  1. Head to your Apex server panel and click FTP File Access in the top left.
  2. Login with your password and enter into the mods directory.
  3. Locate and press Upload, then drag the mod to the respective area.
    CoFH Core Server Installation
  4. Wait for it to reach 100%, then return to the main panel to Restart the server.
  5. Once it finishes loading, join to confirm everything is working.


Getting Started

CoFH Core has been around since 2013 and collected over 105 million downloads on CurseForge. This supports Minecraft Forge 1.6.4 to 1.18.2 versions, which means most servers can run it without problems. It’s the main modification for other CoFH mods provided by the CoFH Team, but that means there aren’t too many features for it. However, it does come with some handy functions that you or your players can utilize.


CoFH Core Crafting Command

The main focus for CoFH Core are the commands, which offer quality enhancing features for your server. You can do things like /cofh crafting to immediately open the GUI to craft items or use /cofh enderchest to open your ender chest without having the block. Down below is the 1.18.2 command list for you to review. Although, it should be noted that if you use other versions of CoFH Core, then the commands change. You can find information about other commands or functions from different versions at CoFH’s Official Wiki.

/cofh craftingOpens the crafting table GUI.
/cofh enderchestOpens an ender chest GUI.
/cofh friendAllows you to send a friend request to another player.
/cofh healAbility to heal yourself or others from any effects or damage.
/cofh igniteSets the targeted player on fire.
/cofh invisMake yourself or others invisible.
/cofh invulnGrants the player god mode.
/cofh rechargeGives you or another player the supercharge effect.
/cofh repairAbility to fix all your broken items.
/cofh workbenchAnother method to open the crafting table.
/cofh zapCustom lightning bolt gets sent to the targeted player and gives them a shocked effect.



CoFH Core Server Configuration

There are minor settings for you to review and edit if you want, such as permission levels to the commands. You can access the main configuration file in your world’s serverconfig folder from the FTP panel. The file’s name is cofh_core-server.toml, which you may review by pressing Edit to the far right of it. It’ll display fishing, world, command, and other settings that are controlled by specific numeric values. For example, the “Fishing Exhaustion Amount” option is controlled by a range of 0.0 to 10.0 exhaustion. Another example would be the “EnderChest Permission Level” setting, which is using the server operator’s level for the value so they can use the command.


There are many addons for CoFH Core, but mainly are for Minecraft 1.12.2 and not higher versions of the game. You can review them to possibly implement into your server down below.

CoFH World – Control the world and ore generation, among other things.
CoFH: Vanilla+ Satchels – Adds satchels to the game to carry extra items.
CoFH: Vanilla+ Tools – Adds extra tools to have more weapon options in-game.
CoFH Lib – A required mod for specific functions that is meant to be a backend modification.
CoFHTweaks – Visual and client-sided options to help with performance.


CoFH Core is a great tool to manage minor features in your server and allows for convenient commands, such as the crafting command or fishing exhaustion option. Although, it’s mainly used for its addons since the mod is a requirement for them. Unfortunately the modification changes vastly with every major update, so there are some features in the previous versions compared to the latest one. Regardless of that, the CoFH Core mod will help make yourself better due to its functionality. We hoped this resource assisted you with installing and using the mod on your Forge server.

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