How to Install and Use The Supplementaries Mod in Minecraft
Last modified on Jun 9, 2023 in Mods
By Dalton Whalen
In the vast world of Minecraft, there are tons of blocks and items to use and explore. While there are additions across each main update, many players turn to mods to satiate their desire for more experiences. There are many mods that achieve this, but most try to redefine the gameplay entirely rather than built upon the vanilla foundation. This isn’t the case with Supplementaries, a Minecraft mod that includes many new items and tweaks that resonate with the existing vanilla counterparts. New weapons, tools, and foods are but a small portion of what you can find. Installing mods is easy with our Apex Hosting panel, so we have created this guide to help you get started.
Supplementaries is owned by MehVahdJukaar on CurseForge with CapitanOtto credited as the documenter. With over 19 million downloads from 1.15 to modern versions, it is very popular with players. The mod aims to add many vanilla-like features and tweaks to complement existing content.
- Visit the Supplementaries CurseForge Page.
Filesat the top to view all downloads.
- Locate the version that you wish to use.
- Press the
Downloadbutton on the right-hand side.
- Save the file to a safe location, as it will be needed later.
- Download the matching version of Moonlight Lib.
- Navigate to the Apex server panel, then stop the server.
- Scroll down to the
Game Filesection and open the dropdown.
- Ensure your server is running a matching version of Forge or Fabric.
- Afterwards, enter the
FTP File Accessin the left-hand menu and log in.
- Locate or create the
modsfolder and then enter it.
Uploadin the top-left, then drag + drop your mod files.
- Once at 100%, return to the main panel page.
- Start/Restart the server to load your mod installation.
- Before proceeding, ensure you have installed Fabric or Forge client-side.
- Open your Minecraft launcher, then visit the Installations tab.
- Hover over the profile, then select the
- In the new window, locate or create the
modsfolder and enter it.
- Afterwards, drag + drop the mod files here.
- Return to the Minecraft launcher, then press
There are tons of new blocks, items, and tweaks that are made to your world once the mod is installed. These aim to expand upon your vanilla experience for both aesthetics and functionality. For a full list of features, visit the Supplementaries Wiki.
A horizontal banner that comes in various colors or designs. If configured, the flag will swing in the wind.
Allows you to place various items on top of it for display. If end crystals are placed, they will power up an enchanting table.
This tiny statue can hold a single item in its hand with different poses. Alternatively, redstone will make it wave.
Allows any plant to be grown without the need for water. Useful for Nether farms and can hold flowers.
Similar to redstone dust, however they will also work vertically, allowing for more compact redstone configurations.
An accurate way to tell the time from in-game. The device can activate an observer every in-game hour or with a comparator.
Similar to the classic piston and slime block combination to launch players and mobs to a higher altitude.
Just like it sounds, it is a minecart with a dispenser attached, allowing you to dispense items with an activator rail.
Tools, Foods, and Items
The key allows you to claim ownership over certain blocks, preventing other players from accessing it without the key.
Did you place a block wrong? With the wrench, you can rotate many blocks, including stairs and signs.
The slingshot allows you to fire entire blocks with are placed on impact. This may be helpful for building or to cause chaos.
Want to summon your pet without moving too far? The flute allows you to summon all non-sitting pets or can bind to a specific one.
With that, you now have the information needed to install Supplementaries and some of the new features included within the mod. There are so many new additions and uses for them it would take ages to list them all within this guide. Whether you use the mod for the many decoration blocks or to expand your redstone arsenal, there are additions for everyone. If all the blocks and items weren’t enough, there are various other tweaks such as placing vanilla lanterns on walls. With so many new possibilities, you are ready to jump into modded Minecraft and explore them all!