Minecraft skeleton texture pack

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  • Minecraft versions: 1.17.1 – 1.17 | 1.16.5 – 1.16.4 – 1.16.3 – 1.16.2 – 1.16.1 – 1.16 | 1.15.2 – 1.15 | 1.14.4 – 1.14 | 1.13.2 – 1.13 | 1.12.2 – 1.12 | 1.11.2 – 1.11 | 1.10.2 – 1.10 | 1.9.4 – 1.9 | 1.8.9 – 1.8
  • Resolution: 16×16
  • Author: RobotPantaloons

When you hear the name Bare Bones Texture Pack you’re probably wondering what it’s all about. RobotPantaloons, the creator of the pack, chose this title because he wants this pack to make Minecraft look as simple as possible and not add any fancy stuff. A small spoiler right at the beginning: This plan is really well done. You can download Bare Bones in a 16x resolution. Therefore all blocks and items on every side are 16×16 and have a rather low pixel resolution. Above all, it’s easy on your eyes, because Minecraft looks much simpler. Nevertheless, in some points you will find specially animated blocks and items that make your game world look even more beautiful.

Basically the Bare Bones Texture Pack is not intended for player vs. player combat, but there is an extra PvP addon which is an extension to the normal pack. And with this expansion you will definitely get even better, because you will surely notice an extreme FPS boost. As a result, you can use this Minecraft Texture Pack without any problems, and it really doesn’t matter if you have a powerful computer or a bad PC. In our tests all textures were 100% complete and bug-free.

Bare Bones Bedrock Edition

Over time, our popular game has been released on more and more platforms and therefore the demand for Bedrock Texture Packs has increased. As a result, there is now an MCPE Bare Bones Bedrock Edition download link that lets you download an .mcpack file.

All in all you can play the Bare Bones Texture Pack anytime and anywhere, because as mentioned before the pack is available for Java and Bedrock and is completely free. In any case, we recommend using it, because there really is a long list of benefits that you have hopefully already noticed or will notice. Look forward to simple, yet vibrant textures that will give you a whole new experience with the Nether Update.

Bare Bones – Screenshots

How to download and install Bare Bones Texture Pack

The Bare Bones installation for Minecraft is very simple and you will definitely understand it. First click on the Bare Bones download link and then keep in mind where you saved the file.We recommend that you move the pack to your desktop, where you will find it no matter what happens.

Now go to %appdata% and move the .zip file to the following path “/roaming/.minecraft/resourcepacks”. Maybe you already have an older version installed. You can uninstall or delete it, because you don’t need it anymore. In the last step you only have to start Minecraft and select the Bare Bones Texture Pack.

Is the Bare Bones texture pack used in the Minecraft trailers?

No, but this texture pack is based off those trailers.

I’m using the Bare Bones PBR addon pack, but I don’t see any changes, how do I make the maps show up?

Go to Options > Video Settings > Shaders > Shaders Options > Lighting > and toggle labPBR Support, Normalmap Support on. This path is specifically for the shader Simplicissimus, for other shaders the last part of the path can be different. Just find the labPBR and Normalmap buttons.

What mods are supported with Bare Bones addons?

Botania, Storage, Drawers, Biomes ‘o’ Plenty, Terrestria, Traverse and Pixelmon.

  • Blocks
  • Items
  • Shader compatibility

Sours: https://texture-packs.com/resourcepack/bare-bones/

For the variant that spawns in icy biomes, see Stray. For the Nether variant, see Wither Skeleton. For other uses, see Skeleton (disambiguation).

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Skeletons are common undeadhostile mobs equipped with bows.


Skeletons spawn at a light level of 7 or less in groups of 4 or 5 in the Overworld in Java Edition and 1 to 2 in Bedrock Edition. They can be found above solid blocks from all Overworldbiomes except mushroom fields. 80% of skeletons spawned directly under the sky spawn as strays in snowy tundras, frozen oceans, and variants.

Spiders have a 1% chance to spawn with a skeleton riding them, creating a spider jockey.

Four skeleton horsemen spawn when a skeleton trap is triggered. The skeletons ride on skeleton horses and are equipped with enchantedbows and ironhelmets and have damage immunity for 3 seconds after spawning.

In Bedrock Edition, skeleton horsemen do not have immunity.

Monster Spawners[]

Skeletons spawn from 25% of the spawners found in dungeons.


In Nether fortresses, when a wither skeleton attempts to spawn, there is a 20% chance that a normal skeleton spawns instead.

Skeletons spawn commonly in soul sand valleys. However, existing skeletons prevent the spawning of other skeletons nearby, meaning there are much less skeletons in a given area compared to zombified piglins in nether wastes.


Skeletons drop:

  • 0–2 bones. The maximum drop is increased by 1 per level of Looting, for a maximum of 0-5 bones with Looting III.
  • 0–2 arrows. The maximum drop is increased by 1 per level of Looting, for a maximum of 0-5 arrows with Looting III.
  • Picked-up items have a 100% chance of dropping and drop with the same damage level it had when picked up.‌[Java Edition only]
  • Any naturally spawned equipment (including the bow) has an 8.5% chance of dropping if killed by the player (9.5% with Looting I, 10.5% with Looting II, and 11.5% with Looting III). It is damaged and sometimes enchanted.
  • A skeleton drops its skull if killed by a charged creeper's explosion.
  • Skeletons drop 5 when killed by a player or tamed wolf and extra 1–3 if the skeleton has equipment.


Skeleton shooting

Skeletons chase players and iron golems they see within 16 blocks, climbing stairs, navigating mazes and traversing other complex obstacles to get within shooting range. They can climb ladders if they are forced to do so. When within 15 blocks of a target, with a clear line of sight, they start shooting with arrows, once every second. If the player leaves the 15-block radius, skeletons wait for some seconds with the bow charged, shooting the moment the player comes within range again.

Their detection range is reduced to 8 blocks if a Skeleton Skull is worn by the player. This stacks with sneaking and invisibility effect.

The skeleton's accuracy is based on the game difficulty. Skeletons have an of 10 on easy, 6 on normal and 2 on hard. This is compared to the player's of 1. To account for gravity, skeletons aim 0.2 blocks higher for every horizontal block of range to the target.

Skeleton behavior varies between the game editions:

  • Strafe in circular patterns to dodge attacks and retreat to a safe range if the player comes within 4 blocks.
  • Sprint toward the player if they are 14 blocks away or farther.
  • Use bows even underwater. The water slows down the arrows.
  • Skeletons typically stop moving to shoot, making no attempt to avoid being hit.
  • An underwater skeleton uses a melee attack because it is unable to use a bow underwater.
  • A skeleton on land shoots quickly at a player in water. The rate of fire increases as the player approaches, making combat difficult due to the knockback.

In most cases, if a skeleton's arrow hits a neutral or hostile mob that has not yet been attacked by the player, the mob attacks the skeleton. When a skeleton is attacked by another mob (including another skeleton), it attacks that mob, reorienting on the player once the mob is dead.

Skeletons sink in water and cannot swim, but do not drown.

If spawned with a weapon other than a bow, or no weapon at all (which can be spawned with commands such as , or ), a skeleton charges at a player with arms outstretched and deals damage by touch, similar to a wither skeleton.

Skeletons holding tipped arrows in their offhand always shoot that type of arrow; these arrows are not consumed.


Skeleton on fire

Skeletons burn at dawn when the sun is 15 degrees or greater above the ground (when the moon can no longer be seen) unless the skeleton is:

If not wearing a helmet, it seeks out shade during the day or enters water to protect itself. Unlike zombies, which leave the shade to chase a player, skeletons do not exit the shaded area even while attacking.

Wolves attacking skeleton

Other mobs[]

Skeletons flee from wolves. A skeleton runs from a chasing wolf until the wolf deals damage, after which the skeleton turns to shoot at the wolf that successfully attacked it.

Skeletons shoot at nearby iron golems and baby turtles. Snow golems are attacked as well in Bedrock Edition. If a creeper dies from a skeleton's arrow, it drops one of any music discs except for Pigstep.

Mob type[]

Skeletons are undead mobs, causing them to be damaged by the Instant Health status effect, healed by the Instant Damage status effect, and unaffected by the status effects Regeneration and Poison.

Skeletons are ignored by the wither and are affected by the Smite enchantment.

Geared skeletons[]

Some spawned skeletons have the ability to pick up dropped items from the ground. Unlike zombies however, they pick up only weapons or armor. Since they already hold bows, they do not pick up and hold any other dropped item from the ground other than a weapon. If a picked up item is armor, a carved pumpkin, or a mob head, a skeleton equips itself with the item. If the picked up item is a weapon, the skeleton uses the item as a melee weapon. In Bedrock Edition, skeletons can also pick up and equip illager banners worn in their chest slot.

Skeletons spawn already-armed with bows, which may be enchanted. The chances of that event are listed below from . If a skeleton spawns wearing multiple pieces of armor, the armor is never mismatched (all pieces are made of the same material) except if it is spawned as part of a skeleton trap, in which case only the helmet may be mismatched, and it would be iron.

If a skeleton does spawn with armor, the chances of specific armor are as follows:

Armor Easy & Normal Hard
1 piece 100% 100%
2 pieces 75% 90%
3 pieces 56.25% 81%
Full set 42.19% 72.9%

In Java Edition, the armor pieces go from feet to head, and in Bedrock Edition, they go from head to feet.

The chances of it being of a particular material are:

Armor Type Chance
Leather 37.06%
Gold 48.73%
Chain 12.90%
Iron 1.27%
Diamond 0.04%

In Java Edition, skeleton armor is not damaged from most damage sources; it cannot "wear out" the way player armor does. Helmets (not blocks like carved pumpkins) on skeletons can break if the skeleton is exposed to daylight or has an anvil or other falling block dropped on its hitbox.

If a skeleton has a bow and a sword is given, it drops the bow, with the same chance as if killed with Looting I and starts using the sword. If a skeleton has a sword or bow in its hand, and one of a better type or with better enchantments is given, the skeleton drops the existing weapon, with the same chance as if killed with Looting I in favor of the better one. Any skeleton that spawns with equipment (picked-up items do not count) gives 1–3 extra experience points per item.

If multiple viable items exist, the skeleton endlessly picks up and drops the items. This feature is intentional.[2]


Skeleton with Carved Pumpkin.png

In Java Edition, during Halloween (October 31), skeletons have a 22.5% chance of spawning wearing a carved pumpkin and a 2.5% chance of spawning wearing a jack o'lantern. If these skeletons are killed using a tool enchanted with Looting, the pumpkin or jack o'lantern can drop with a chance equivalent to the level of Looting, up to 3 percent chance with Looting III.


If a skeleton is inside of powder snow for 7 seconds, it converts into a stray.

A newly-converted stray always has full health even if converted from a damaged skeleton.

The converted stray keeps any items worn or held when it was a skeleton.

Only normal skeletons can become strays; wither skeletons cannot be converted.


Data values[]


Java Edition:

Bedrock Edition:

NameResource locationNumeric ID Translation key

Entity data[]

Skeletons have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.

Java Edition:

Main article: Entity format

  • Entity data
    •  StrayConversionTime: The number of ticks until this skeleton converts to a stray (default value is -1, when no conversion is under way).

Bedrock Edition:

See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.



Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different)Resource location
Advancement-plain-raw.pngNot Today, Thank You
Block a projectile using your shield. Suit UpBlock any projectile with a shield.
Adventure, exploration, and combat Kill any entity, or be killed by any entity.
Advancement-plain-raw.pngMonster Hunter
Kill any hostile monster AdventureKill one of these 34 mobs: Other mobs, if any, may be killed, but are ignored for this advancement.
Advancement-plain-raw.pngA Throwaway Joke
Throw a trident at something.
Note: Throwing away your only weapon is not a good idea.
Monster HunterHit a mob with a thrown trident.
Advancement-plain-raw.pngTake Aim
Shoot something with an arrow Monster HunterUsing a bow or a crossbow, shoot an entity with an arrow, tipped arrow, or spectral arrow.
Advancement-fancy-raw.pngMonsters Hunted
Kill one of every hostile monster Monster HunterKill each of these 34 mobs:
Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Skeleton
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The best Minecraft texture packs

Minecraft texture packs, now called resource packs, are one of the fastest and most fun ways to customize your crafting experience. They're now quicker and easier than ever to install, meaning you can totally transform Minecraft's blocky look into whatever style suits you. It will always be blocky, of course, but new textures can range from cute and cartoony to super realistic with all sorts of options in between. Want Minecraft to look like an homage to classic Super Mario? You can do that. How about textures that make Minecraft look like a modern city? You can have those too. After a decade of Minecraft, there's a texture pack for nearly anything you can imagine.

Installing Minecraft texture packs is nice and simple. Just follow the brief guide below and you’ll be up and running in no time. If, however, you find a texture pack that doesn’t work correctly, you may need to roll back your version of Minecraft to an older iteration. You can now do that through the standard Minecraft Launcher under the Installations tab.

Most of the texture and resource packs on this list are made for the Java Edition of Minecraft, meaning the version played through the Minecraft Launcher. The newer Bedrock Edition of Minecraft has custom textures available in the Minecraft Catalog. Some of these packs do actually have Bedrock versions now, which we've marked for you where applicable in case that's the version you play.

We've updated this list for 2021 with a whole new selection of the best Minecraft texture packs. Now that the Caves & Cliffs update 1.17 is out, some of our favorite packs have already updated with the new mobs and blocks. Keep an eye on those version numbers to see which ones are already updated to the newest game version.

How to install Minecraft texture packs

  • Download the texture pack (It may come as a .Zip file. If so, don’t extract it). 
  • Start Minecraft and click 'Options'
  • Next click 'Resource Packs'
  • Now click on 'Open Resource Packs folder'
  • From here, drag the texture pack file into the folder
  • The texture pack should now appear in the list of usable add-ons

What's the difference between texture packs and resource packs?

As far as most people need to be concerned, there's no difference between a texture pack and a resource pack. If you do want a bit of Minecraft history though, Texture Packs are actually the deprecated system for adding new textures to Minecraft. All of the packs you'll find on this list are technically Resource Packs, the new system that allows you to add all sorts of custom assets to Minecraft like animations, fonts, sounds, and more, not just textures. 

Minecraft default style texture packs

If you want to freshen up your Minecraft experience without getting acquainted with an entirely new look, a texture pack that's inspired by the game's default blocks is the way to go. These texture and resource packs often use higher resolution files than standard Minecraft but aim to keep the same style and feel.

Faithful Pack

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 32x32 | Download

Wait, isn't that just regular Minecraft? Nope, but it's no surprise you'd get them confused. The Faithful Pack doubles the resolution of Minecraft's textures while staying true to the source material. If you want a slightly refreshed look for Minecraft without straying far from the original, Faithful is the way to go.


Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 32x32 | Download(Bedrock available)

Depixel is another double resolution texture pack that aims to stick close to Minecraft's original. It does take artistic license in places, like with that skeleton's slightly spookier face, but it does generally stay quite true to classic Minecraft. Consider this just one step past the Faithful Pack on the vanilla-to-stylized scale.

Bare Bones

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download (Bedrock available)

Bare Bones offers the answer to the question "do we really need leaves?" and that answer is "nah." This is another default-inspired pack, though this one takes some extra creative liberty by stripping down the default textures to an even more basic level. It's full of flat colors without any extra shades wasted on silly things like the illusion of texture. It's straightforward and to the point. 

JustTimm's Vanilla Additions

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

At first glance, Vanilla Additions doesn't appear to change much, but the magic is in the details. This pack is designed to maintain the original look of Minecraft while adding smaller things that liven it up with more variety. More varied mods, textures that change depending on the biome, and more dynamic UI. If you like how Minecraft looks already, this just makes it a bit better. 

Minecraft realistic texture packs

If you want exceptionally-detailed textures for your 3D block worlds, some creators have made texture packs with resolutions of 512 pixels (or more). These are the most realistic Minecraft texture packs around. Some HD texture packs require using Optifine and most recommend using a shader pack for ultimate beautification. You can pick your favorite from our list of best Minecraft shaders. 

There are a lot of work-in-progress HD texture packs out there, some of which you'll have to pay to get the complete versions of. We've included the best free options here for you, but if you're dedicated to the HD life, you may also want to keep an eye on Stratum and Realistico.


Version: 1.16 | Resolution: 512x512 | Download

LUNA HD is one of the best realistic texture packs for Minecraft. To get access to the high-end packs you'll need to sign up to the team's Patreon, you can download the 32x pack as a taster and then sign up for higher resolutions. 

LB Photo Realism Reload

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 512x512 | Download(Bedrock available)

LBPR may be the best all-around HD texture pack choice thanks to the years of work and history from various artists that it's been built on. Animals, villagers, ores, trees, and terrain are all represented in high resolution textures with some stylistic choices that deviate from the vanilla look.

RTX Ray Tracing Pack

Version: 1.17.1 | Resolution: 1024x1024 | Download

Don't worry, this texture pack doesn't actually require an RTX-capable graphics card. This is a set of textures originally made by RazzleBerries with Nvidia to show off their Minecraft RTX mode for Minecraft Bedrock. It's been converted to Java edition by Arkadya. This isn't a full texture set, only including some bricks, concrete, planks, and a few other blocks. You probably won't be playing in survival with it on, but it's neat to use for screenshots!

Harkenburg City

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

Herkenburg isn't an HD texture pack, using the same resolution as Minecraft's default textures, but it's definitely realistic. Harkenburg doesn't just have nice modern looking bricks and ladders, it also turns other Minecraft blocks into modern objects. The furnace becomes a kitchen stove, the anvil a toilet, and various types of coral are traffic cones and fire hydrants. It doesn't make much sense in survival mode, but it's a great pack for working on a modern day city build if you're a creative mode person.

Minecraft PvP texture packs

Minecraft PvP texture packs are a bit different from the usual resource packs. Unlike other visual overhauls that prioritize a certain look, a PvP texture pack has different goals. Many PvP packs will be lower resolution to make sure your performance and FPS stay as high as possible. You'll also find that PvP texture packs focus on reticles that are easy to see, making swords smaller so they don't block as much of your view, and helping distinguish between ore blocks better. The PvP packs down below each do most of those things, but if you want a quick boost to your PvP play you can try out smaller additions like Short Swords, Clear Hotbar, and Clear GUI.

TimeDeo 2k

Version: Unlisted | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

TimeDeo 2k is an old community favorite PvP texture pack. It now has a revamped version created by Finlay, too. TimeDeo 2k has very high contrast colors, meaning you won't have any trouble distinguishing between armors, weapons, and different ores at a glance. Its open style reticle is easy to spot at the center of your screen for games that require a lot of bow shooting.

Bombies 80k

Version: 1.7.10+ | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

Bombies 80k is the latest pack from another frequent PvP texture pack maker, Tory. It has a bright, almost pastel look for its metal armor and tools that make them stand out, along with ore borders to help you spot resources quickly. For extra visibility, you can also grab the short swords version. Bombies 80k also has some really pretty custom skies. Those probably won't help you in PvP, but they're quite nice!

Colb's PvP Packs

Version: 1.8.9+ | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

Colb has a ton of PvP texture packs but Dragonfruit was a long time favorite. There are a lot of other variations, based on different fruits (and gems), which determine the color that your diamond tools, armor, and ores will be. All of Colb's packs are all technically made for version 1.8.9, so Minecraft will warn you that they aren't compatible with newer versions. Don't worry, you can still use them just fine.


Version: 1.16.5 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

Aluzion is a more cartoony-style pack with some bold colors that are great for visibility. It makes the patterns on ores more orderly and uses more big chunks of color instead of the shading on Minecraft's default textures. Chunky outlines on different armor styles help with spotting other players too. Aluzion also uses a shorter sword style to help you see during combat.

Minecraft medieval texture packs

These stylish texture and resource packs take lots of artistic liberty with Minecraft's blocky canvas. Medieval texture packs can turn your Minecraft worlds into fantasy playgrounds worthy of your best castle and village builds.

John Smith Legacy

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 32x32 | Download (Bedrock available)

We couldn’t go without mentioning arguably the best medieval pack out there for Minecraft. Whether you’re looking to build a castle with a sprawling courtyard or fancy creating a western theme park with killer robots, the John Smith pack has all that and more. This pack has become the go-to staple for many players, and if you happen to find yourself looking on YouTube for build guides, it’s likely this is the pack you’ll see used.


Version: 1.16.4 | Resolution: 32x32 | Download (Bedrock available)

Dokucraft is a longtime popular Minecraft texture pack for its medieval fantasy RPG style. It's exploded into several equally interesting variations that are all worth giving a try. Up above is the standard Dokucraft Light but there's also the slightly more fantastical Dokucraft High and exceptionally fantasy-inspired Dokucraft Dwarven.

Chroma Hills

Version: 1.16 | Resolution: 128x128 | Download

Chroma Hills is another RPG-style medieval texture pack that's in a higher resolution than some other options, giving it a slightly more realistic feel. 


Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 32x32| Download

Mythic has a very dark fantasy vibe to it, even more than Dokucraft's darker versions or John Smith. Just look at that witch's tongue, seriously. Its other mobs and weapons and armor also have a very gritty medieval feeling to them with an edge of steampunk too.


Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download (Bedrock available)

Jolicraft is a cute and whimsical medieval texture pack with a sort of storybook quality to it. With its yellowish hue and paper-y menus and a sun that looks like a painting, it's definitely an even craftier version of Minecraft.

Minecraft cute texture packs

As if Minecraft weren't adorable enough, these cute texture packs turn the sweet up to 11. The cutest Minecraft texture packs often have bright, simple colors that are a joy to look at. Some of them are just super, super pink. Here are some of the best cute Minecraft texture packs out there.


Version: 1.16 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download (Bedrock available)

Hafen's bright colors and chunky grass textures almost make it look like it's based on old console platformer aesthetics. Its mobs are adorable too with their cartoony little eyes. And the interface might actually be the cutest part, with its rounded tabs and light blue colors scheme. The font can be difficult to read for some, the creator warns, so there's an alternate font choice available included in the pack.

Rodrigo's Pack

Version: 1.16 | Resolution: 8x8 | Download

Rodrigo's pack is a simplified, cartoon-y look with lots of color. The edges of blocks are all outlined, giving Minecraft an even blockier look than before (amazing that was somehow possible). Its textures are styled as 8x8 blocks instead of Minecraft's already small 16x16 pixel squares, making it one of the smallest resolution packs. That's part of what makes it so dang cute!

Pastel Craft

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download(Bedrock available)

Just look at those flat, pleasant textures. Pastel Craft adopts an exclusively pastel color palette, as you'd expect, and the results are pretty magical. 

Minecraft but make it cute✿

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

Minecraft but make it cute✿ is a collection created by aricrossingww of their own texture packs placed together with some other community-made packs. The result is an ultra-adorable, pastel dream world that's so cute it even transformed Minecraft's hellish Nether into a pink kawaii paradise.

Minecraft themed texture packs

If you want to really mess around with your Minecraft experience, these themed texture packs make Minecraft look like it belongs in a totally different universe.


Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 128x and 256x | Download 

MineBricks, created by Macio6 Productions, is a texture pack that turns Minecraft's classic blocks into Lego bricks. Minecraft and Lego have joined forces in the past to create official physical sets, but the idea that you can now turn your in-game creations into Lego parts with this texture pack is awesome.

MS Painted

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 128x128 | Download 

This Minecraft texture pack might look ugly, and maybe it is, but that's what makes it so wonderful. As its name implies, it was created using Microsoft Paint and a mouse. It's undeniably silly, but it totally takes effort to make something so intentionally inelegant without making it painful to look at. 

Retro NES

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download (Bedrock available)

Minecraft evokes that feeling of 8-bit nostalgia that all of us over a certain age are susceptible to. With the Retro NES pack, you can turn the clock back and relive your youth. It's a little hard on the eyes but it sure is fun. Now you just need to get to the Nether and turn the whole place into one big Bowser fortress. 

Wind Waker Edition

Version: 1.17 | Resolution: 16x16 | Download

For even more Nintendo flair, the Wind Waker pack harkens to the Zelda game whose style is probably most compatible with Minecraft. It's an extremely bright and colorful pack that riffs on Wind Waker's cartoony style. Most often it will feel like any other stylized Minecraft texture pack, but the villagers and mobs have very Zelda-inspired colors and designs that are a nice reminder of its roots.

Sours: https://www.pcgamer.com/best-minecraft-texture-packs/

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