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What is Custom NPCs?

Custom NPCs is a mod that allows you to create your own NPCs inside of Minecraft. According to some sites featuring this mod, it's great for people who want to make their maps more interactive.


- Tools to help with the creation of NPCs such as the NPC Wand

- Lots of extra armor, tools and weapons to decorate your NPCs

- An interface allowing you to fine-tune your NPCs' behavior

- The ability to add quests that your NPCs can give players

- The ability to add dialogue and conversations to use for interactive-ness and character development

- Plenty of NPC models and skins to choose from

-The ability to use the skin of a player as your NPC's skin (You must be connected to the internet for this to work properly)

How do you install the mod?

You can find plenty of tutorials on the web for installing mods. You WILL, however, need Forge/FML to add the mod to the game. Other launchers such as the Technic platform have it in some modpacks.

How to spawn NPCs

Spawn NP simply by equiping the NPC wand, which can be crafted with bread and sticks in the shape of a hoe, then right clicking this will spawn a NPC with a random name open his GUI by right clicking him again.

Editing NPCs

Right click NPCs with wand and it will open his/her GUI you will see the name box just click and type a name and it will change. Then where it says texture a bit lower down click select it will then open a new screen where you can select which skin. You can also clone NPCs with the NPC Cloner (Which is crafted with bread and sticks in an axe shape.)


Whatever is in the drop rate with that percentage. You add an item in the drop box and then enter percentage of drop.


The game may crash after exiting the NPC's GUI and entering back into the GUI. A patch to this is unknown right now.

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