Minecraft Addons

Bedrock Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth

Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth

 

Craft vine-covered fences! A simple vine and fence in a crafting table will do the trick. They come in every wood type. Mobs can not cross them, but players can.  

“Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth”
Version 1.0.0 created for Bedrock version 1.19
Date Added: 07/08/2022 [MM/DD/YYYY]Created by JayCubTruth

With this addon, players are able to craft vine-covered fences! A simple vine and fence in a crafting table will do the trick. They come in every wood type. Mobs cannot cross them, but players can (which is actually quite useful I think)

Perfect for so many aesthetics including overgrown, vineyard, fairy forest, the list goes on and on! The game can always use more plant options for sure.

This addon really adds a nice touch of nature to the game, and helps immerse yourself further into the Minecraft universe with “Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth” today!

 
 

=== How to Craft ===

[ ]V[ ] [ ]F[ ] [ ][ ][ ]

V = Vine

F=Fence

[ ]=Empty

=== Fence Types ===

  • Oak
  • Spruce
  • Birch
  • Dark Oak
  • Acacia
  • Jungle
  • Mangrove
  • Warped
  • Crimson

=== How to Install ===
 

If it downloads as a ZIP on mobile, rename it so it’s just MCADDON.

Double Click the “Vine_Covered_Fences_By_JayCubTruth.mcaddon” file and it should automatically open and import to minecraft. Once imported you can add it to your world by going to the world settings and clicking behavior/resource pack in the lower left corner. From there you will click on “my packs”, select Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth, and select “activate”.

Next you must make sure that “Holiday Creator Features”, “Upcoming Creator Features”, and “Molang Features” are turned on or it will not work!

You can find them in the “game” section of your world if you scroll down. Once that’s done you are ready to go!

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Installation

If it downloads as a ZIP on mobile, rename it so it’s just MCADDON.

Double Click the “Vine_Covered_Fences_By_JayCubTruth.mcaddon” file and it should automatically open and import to minecraft. Once imported you can add it to your world by going to the world settings and clicking behavior/resource pack in the lower left corner. From there you will click on “my packs”, select Vine Covered Fences by JayCubTruth, and select “activate”.

Next you must make sure that “Holiday Creator Features”, “Upcoming Creator Features”, and “Molang Features” are turned on or it will not work!

You can find them in the “game” section of your world if you scroll down. Once that’s done you are ready to go!

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