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Millénaire Wiki Frequently Asked Installation Questions

Important: This mod updates frequently. Updating may break your villages.
Don't get attached if you plan to update. Always be sure to back up your world files.

For a set of instructions of how to install Millenaire go here

How to Install the Millénaire mod[edit]

Since 1.12.2, the mod installation process has been greatly streamlined. The installation is almost exactly the same as for any other forge mod. (These instructions don't apply if you're using a third-party game launcher, such as Twitch, or MultiMC)

1. Make sure you've got the vanilla game launcher from the official website, and have run the game at least once.

2. Close the game (including the launcher) if it's open.

3. Download the recommended version of forge (you want the installer) from the forge website

4. Run the installer, select "Install Client", and click install, and wait until it says it's done.

5. Run the launcher again, and click the arrow next to the play button, and select the Forge 1.12.2 version.

6. Click the play/launch button, and then once the game opens, close it.

7. Open the .minecraft folder. There are literally hundreds of tutorials on the internet on how to do this, and it's different for different operating systems, so we won't go into it here.

8. Download the latest version of the mod from the main page, or from curse(forge).

9a. If you've downloaded the mod from the main site, it'll be a zip file. Open the zip, open the folder inside it, and the "Put in mods folder" folder, and drag the jar file into the "mods" folder in .minecraft

9b. If you've got the mod from curse/curseforge, it'll be just the jar file which you can drop directly into the "mods" folder in .minecraft.

10. That's it! You can now run the forge version from the launcher and play with Millénaire. Enjoy!


For common FAQ of gameplay issues, page link here!


Q: Why does my security software say the installer application (the actual application not the readme etc.) is a virus? I also noticed it is called worm.win32.autorun and hence he word worm leads me to believe it is a virus.

A: There was a zip file around version 1.10.2 packed on the wrong computer, resulting it to trigger the antivirus software. This mistake has been corrected in later versions. Simply download a newer version, and it should check out all right.

Q: How do I download the mod?

A: Download Millénaire Here! Click the link of the version you want to download.

Q: It says that it loaded correctly but I can't find a village.

A: Press 'v' and it will tell you if there are any villages within 2km. If there are none, give it a minute to make a few and search for them.

Q: How do I update?

A: Download the new version of millénaire and replace the existing files from your .minecraft folder. Though updating villages may break your village. Don't get attached if you plan to update. As stated Above.

Q: No message displays on startup.

A: Try a new world. Messages will not be displayed when playing an old world. It will only display when you go to ungenerated chunks of land, Thus spawning a village.

Q: I have a village with lots of buildings but nobody is there? Where did they all go?

A: You likely upgraded Minecraft and played around on the world where your village was before updating Millenaire to the version compatable with your current version of Minecraft. If you didn't back-up your Minecraft save files, Minecraft has overwritten the data containing the information about your village. If you have a back-up of the save files, you can upgrade the mod loader and Millenaire version to the latest version and restore the save files for your world where everything should work just fine. Otherwise, you have the ruins of a village that no longer functions. You can destroy this village if you would like another village to take its place at the same location, or simply create a new world. Sorry, your villagers are gone forever that you had before.