HerrSommer Medieval Resource Pack 1.7.9
HerrSommer is famous in the Minecraft community for producing several different texture and resource packs to update the look of the game. Some of the group’s packs focus on changing the lighting and look of shadows and movement in the game, but the HerrSommer Medieval resource pack does more to change the appearance of the world around the player, rather than making it more easy or difficult to see. As might be expected, there are also many changes in the appearance of swords, bows and armor for protecting the player. These updates are all very good and make great improvements over the usual look for these items.
The anvil is one of the most useful tools in Minecraft to date. It repairs gear and allows for enchanting and renaming; a lot happens at the anvil. It’s too bad that it looks so ugly in the regular version of Minecraft. HerrSommer Medieval resource pack fixes that by smoothing out lines and giving the anvil, along with the furnace, cauldron and other household necessities, all a great upgrade in appearance. Experienced players who’ve seen it all before will immediately realize just how much better HerrSommer Medieval looks than standard Minecraft. Just about everything cosmetic is different and almost all the changes are improvements.
This resource pack doesn’t do much to change the look of water. It’s actually darker and even more difficult to see through in some places, so be careful when swimming or diving down to great depths. Other items which normally never see changes, like levers, get some very nice updates in HerrSommer Medieval. The pack was recently updates to version 1.7.9, so it includes revamps for everything in Minecraft, right up to all the new flowers, tall grass and other recent additions to the game. It should work for everyone, even if their other favorite resource packs haven’t yet been updated to match the new game version.
How to install HerrSommer Medieval?
- Download the latest pack from the download section.
- Find in "%appdata%", ".minecraft" folder.
- Locate in ".minecraft" your "resourcepacks" folder.
- Drag and Drop the texture .zip file into this folder.
- Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs...
- Select in this list Resource Pack that you have installed.