Install Xaskuenope Community Pack

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 (Xaskuenope Community Pack) or paste the following url into the search box.

Step 3

Finally, click Install at the bottom right of the launcher after you select Xaskuenope Community Pack from the list on the left. The launcher will handle everything else!

Xaskuenope Community Pack Version 1.3

created by v1t0man36658 on Minecraft 1.7.10

Welcome to the official thread containing accurate information regarding our custom modpack which will be released in June, following up our custom modpack server which will run along with our modpack!

Hello everyone! Glad you're taking a look at this thread, this will contain information regarding our custom modpack which is set to be released in June, and this thread was created on April 13th of 2017, leaving us with a month and a half to work on this pack. SERVER IS NOW RELEASED AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BY SUBMITTING A WHITELIST APPLICATION AT WWW.XASKUENOPE.ENJIN.COM/WHITELISTAPPLICATION ALSO THE MODPACK IS COMPLETE!

We are open to ideas, including mod suggestions, server suggestions, and comments regarding this project.

Why am I doing this? Every summer I set up a modded server so me and a couple friends can play on it while the summer goes on, then we hibernate the server during September, since we all start school, but we will keep it up if anyone is willing to keep playing on it. It wasn't until last summer that I allowed other players who aren't my close friends to play on it, by submitting a whitelist application. This allowed us to control the flow of players, and since we won't be to strict with rules on the modded server, we want to keep things in order with the flow of players going in and out.

Why a custom modpack?: It wasn't until last summer that I made a server running on my own custom modpack, and we loved it. We used to just run the server on more known packs, such as Tekkit, and most popularly (for me) Attack of the B-Team. Now, I'm a fan of tech and nature mods, and since my friends enjoyed magic mods too, we played Attack Of The B-Team since it included all 3 genres, but since last summer I created a pack that also contained all 3 genres, but were updated mods, and instead of playing a modpack running on version 1.6.4 of Minecraft, we played on version 1.7.10 which was a lot better.

Pack Mods: Tech:

  • Tinkers Construct
  • MC Heli
  • EnderIO
  • Project Red
  • Better Storage
  • Build Craft
  • Compact Machines
  • Defense Tech
  • Enhanced Portals
  • Extra TIC
  • Extra Utilities
  • Iron Chest
  • Jabba
  • Liquid XP
  • Malisis Doors
  • Mekanism
  • Minefactory Reloaded
  • MrCrayFish Furniture
  • Open Blocks
  • Open Eyes
  • qCraft
  • Random Things
  • Redstone Arsenal
  • Secret Rooms
  • Super Crafting Frame
  • Thermal Expansion
  • TiC Tool Tips
  • TMech Works
  • Torch Levers
  • Super Heroes Nature:
  • Biomes O' Plenty
  • Natura
  • Growth Craft
  • Archimedes Ships
  • Artifice
  • Bibliocraft
  • Bibliowoods (Biomes O Plenty, Natura)
  • Carpenter Blocks
  • Chisel 2
  • Dense Ores
  • Food Plus
  • Fossils Archeology Revival
  • Hamsterrific
  • Hats
  • Inventory Pets
  • Garden Stuff
  • Loot Bags
  • Pam's Harvest Craft
  • Not Enough Keys
  • Choco Craft
  • Aqua Culture
  • Backpacks
  • Headcrumbs
  • Hardcore Ender Expansion


  • Thaumcraft (Addons were added such as Baubles, etc)
  • Witchery
  • Necromancy
  • Blood Magic
  • Morph

Client Side Mods:

  • Inventory Tweaks
  • NEI Addons
  • NEI Integration
  • Waila
  • Not Enough Items
  • Dynamic Lights
  • Optifine

Latest Update

Xaskuenope Community Pack was updated to version 1.3