Minecraft|Wizards and Wrenches S1E1| We Begin Anew

Welcome to the World of Wizards and Wrenches!!!

This is our FTB inspired mod pack where we can enjoy the power of the arcane along with the earth changing structures of industry. Is one better then another? Can both sides coexist with each other? Join us on our new journey as we fumble around this crazy, blocky world and gather more power then anyone should posses. The mystical and industrial join forces to create miracles.

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Damage Indicator
Advanced Machines
Ars Magica 2
Applied Energistics
Archimedes Ships
Barrel Mod
Battle Towers
Buildcraft Tools
Chicken Chunks
Craftable Horse Armor
Dynamic lights
Enchanting Plus
Ender Forest
Extra Ultities
Finndus Fillies
Flat Signs
Forge Multipart
Gravity Gun
IC2 Experimental
Inventory Tweaks
Iron Chests
Nether Stuffs
Modular Powersuits
obsidian plates
Redstone Paste
Rings of Power
Soul Shards
Tinkers Construct
Teleport Pipes
Thaumcraft Extras
Thaumcraft 4
Thaumic Tinkerer
The Camping Mod
Twilight Forest

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Feed the Beast is a modpack for Minecraft. It adds a huge number of items, recipes and world-generation to the game, and is used in the YouTube series “Feed the Beast.” The modpack centers on several famous mods such as IndustrialCraft and BuildCraft but the full list is extensive.
All of the mods in the pack have been approved by the modders to be included. The FTB launcher was first released on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, with a live-stream broadcast on the Feed The Beast website.

Fantasy magicians usually gain their ability through innate talent. Most fantasy wizards are depicted as having a special gift which sets them apart from the vast majority of characters in fantasy worlds who are unable to learn magic.
Magicians, sorcerers, wizards, and practitioners of magic by other titles have appeared in myths, folktales and literature throughout recorded history, with fantasy works drawing from this background.
In medieval chivalric romance, the wizard often appears as a wise old man and acts as a mentor, with Merlin from the King Arthur stories representing a prime example. Other magicians can appear as villains, hostile to the hero.
Both these roles have been used in fantasy. Wizards such as Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings and Albus Dumbledore from the Harry Potter books are featured as mentors, and Merlin remains prominent as both an educative force and mentor in modern works of Arthuriana. Evil sorcerers, acting as villains, were so crucial to pulp fantasy that the genre in which they appeared was dubbed “sword and sorcery”.
Ursula K. Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea explored the question of how wizards learned their art, introducing to modern fantasy the role of the wizard as protagonist. This theme has been further developed in modern fantasy, often leading to wizards as heroes on their own quests. A work with a wizard hero may give him a wizard mentor as well, as in Earthsea.
Wizards can act the part of the absent-minded professor, being foolish, prone to misconjuring, and generally less than dangerous; they can also be terrible forces, capable of great magics that work good or evil. Even comic wizards are often capable of great feats, such as those of Miracle Max in The Princess Bride; although a washed-up wizard fired by the villain, he saves the mostly-dead hero.
Although they are often portrayed as wielding great powers, their role in shaping the fantasy world they inhabit varies; much of fantasy literature writes of medieval worlds with wizards in a fairly limited role as guardians or advisers.

Industry is the production of an economic good or service within an economy. Manufacturing industry became a key sector of production and labour in European and North American countries during the Industrial Revolution, upsetting previous mercantile and feudal economies. This occurred through many successive rapid advances in technology, such as the production of steel and coal. Following the Industrial Revolution, perhaps a third of the world’s economic output is derived from manufacturing industries. Many developed countries and many developing/semi-developed countries (People’s Republic of China, India etc.) depend significantly on industry.