Install Traveler's Atlas

Step 1

Installing a modpack using the Technic Launcher is easy. If you don't already have the launcher downloaded, visit our download page to get the latest version.

Step 2

Type in the modpack name (Traveler's Atlas) or paste the following url into the search box.

Step 3

Finally, click Install at the bottom right of the launcher after you select Traveler's Atlas from the list on the left. The launcher will handle everything else!

Traveler's Atlas Version 5.30

created by Dark_Serpent on Minecraft 1.12.2

NOTICE: This modpack cannot normally played in Singleplayer.

Seventh Sanctum has existed as a game server collaboration network since 2009. There exist two variartions for Minecraft:

  • Event Server
  • Modded Server

The event server is a vanilla 1.7.10 server with large-scale player events, while the modded server is a 1.12.2 server which consists of mods, as the name implies.

It is highly recommended you join our Discord Server for the full experience.

This mod pack is using each mod under its intended license agreement. No mods rights are being infringed upon. If you believe this statement to be false, please contact the mod pack creator.

This modpack has over 300 mods which have been designed to work fluidily with one another. The server itself is based off an overarching story called the "Traveler's Atlas", where students of Atlas Academy full-dive into the VRCell in order to explore the New World.

There are two worlds in our universe.

One: the real. The tangible. The known. The place we call "Earth", the "Milky Way", and "home".

Then there's the latter: the unknown. Its name is the VRCell—the virtual world.

While one may scoff at the idea of a virtual world being considered parallel to our own, the VRCell is not something transient—a project created by a bored game developer one late Sunday morning. Instead, it is an alternate reality, whose whims instrinicly affect the world we live in today.

Atlas Academy was created for one reason: to train humanity's future greatest defense against the VRCell. A high school for students with exceptional attributes. By day, they attend normal classes (although some of those classes are objectionally fantasy in nature, such as magic theory), and by daybreak, they enter the VRCell through use of the Automation Device.

The Automation Device is a tool that takes after a dental chair with a helmet-like attachment. While strange on the offset, its true purpose is to act as a gateway between our world and the virtual. It exists in limited numbers under lock-and-key inside high-security labs.

Of course, every student in Atlas Academy has one inside their dorm rooms.

The VRCell is always changing. Always morphing. What is known one day may be completely changed the next. Each student accepted into Atlas Academy accepts this fact, and has been given a classification by the academy dependent on their physiological and biological abilities.

Aside from Aethers, all classifications are inherently "magical", or more scienficially: imagic. A reflection of the VRCell across their physical forms.

Latest Update

Traveler's Atlas was updated to version 5.30