• AtomicStryker’s Infernal Mobs Mod
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AtomicStryker’s Infernal Mobs Mod (1.19.4, 1.13.2)— Rare Powerful Mobs


Want to test out your powerful new weapons but lack a worthy opponent to test them on? Face unique monsters with AtomicStryker’s Infernal Mobs Mod!

What the Mod Offers

This mod adds various percentages of spawning Diablo-style random enchantments to Minecraft mobs and gives them better names. These enchantments will make the mob affected harder to kill and more rewarding to defeat. Mobs involved can have one, two, or even three random effects that you should be wary of – making your game a lot more challenging and rewarding. There are also small chances of spawning ultra and infernal mobs that can have up to 11 effects simultaneously with 10-11 times base HP!

Should You Install It?

If you are looking for an extra challenging game that makes fighting hard and exciting, then install this game and fight various strong monsters and enjoy the bonus XP and enchanted items they drop.


Possible Special Abilities:

  • 1UP – Mobs heals fully, once upon getting low
  • Alchemist – Throws random potions at the player, may throw a positive potion effect (i.e., Water Breathing or Swiftness)
  • Berserk – Mob deals double damage but hurts itself upon attacking you
  • Blastoff – Tosses Players into the air
  • Bulwark – Mob, has 50% damage resistance
  • Cloaking – Invisibility Potion effect on Mob
  • Darkness – Blindness Potion effect on Player, can set time tonight
  • Ender – Can teleport to dodge attacks, reflecting damage on the Player
  • Exhaust – Exhaust Potion effect on the Player
  • Fiery – Sets the Player on Fire, immune to fire-damage
  • Ghastly – Shoots Ghast Fireballs
  • Gravity – Knocks back or pulls Players
  • Lifesteal – Heals from attacking
  • Ninja – Can teleport to dodge attacks, reflecting damage on the Player, 4-second resistance buff after the teleport
  • Poisonous – Poisons Player
  • Quicksand – Slowness effect on the Player
  • Regen – Heals 2 Health per second
  • Rust – Causes high amounts of wear on the player’s weapon when hit and on the player’s armor when the mob hits the player.
  • Sapper – Hunger Potion effect on Player
  • Sprint – High movement speed bursts
  • Sticky – Has a chance to cause the player to drop the item they attacked the mob with (including ranged weapon). However, this ability has a cooldown.
  • Storm – Calls down Lightning
  • Twin – Comes Back to full health after dying.
  • Undying – Has a chance to respawn with full health.
  • Vengeance – Reflects a portion of all damage done. Reflected damage will apply other on-damage abilities like blastoff and wither.
  • Weakness – Weakness Potion effect on the Player
  • Webber – Spawns Webs at the Players’ legs, immobilizing the player
  • Wither – Applies the Wither effect to the Player


Bosses can become immensely powerful through the Infernal Mobs mod. Vanilla boss and most bosses added by Hexxit mods are liable to become supercharged. Bosses will gain and use abilities, although they will spawn at their base HP. However, these bosses will regenerate to their multiplied HP if they have 1UP, Regen, or any other kind of healing. Wither HP will hard cap at 300, Pirate Bosses, Spider Bosses, Necromancers, etc., can become extremely durable.

Making any hostile mob Infernal:

Find and open your .technic folder (in roaming), open the hexxit folder, open the config folder, open the InfernalMobs cfg file with notepad, and from there, it is self-explanatory.

Replacing the original numbers with higher numbers would up the spawn rates of those with effects.


Unlike vanilla mobs, Infernal Mobs will drop mid-high-level loot. List of possible loot (not complete yet):

  • Diamonds and Diamond Tools/Armors/Weapons
  • Meteorite Tools/Armors/Weapons
  • Ender Giant Swords
  • Shields/Gilded
  • Livingmetal tools/Weapons
  • Hexical Diamond
  • Glowing bread
  • Bane of Pigs (Doubtful, and only by infernal ones, no other)
  • Enchanted Book
  • Normal staffs

Note: The loot dropped may be enchantable, and if the loot dropped is enchanted, it usually is enchanted with high-level enchantments (i.e. Sharpness III). You can add/remove what is dropped by Infernal mobs by doing the same processes as making a mob infernal but instead change the item IDs to the items wanted.


  • Soul Shard spawners and vanilla spawners can spawn Infernal mobs.
  • Any mob can spawn as an infernal mob, including bosses and even small slimes spawned from larger ones.
  • If an infernal mob is healed (potion of instant health etc.), its HP will become the mob’s original max HP. This happens because infernal mobs have bonus HP rather than increased max HP, so if the mob is healed in any way, it will ‘update’ and return to the max HP.
  • Any mob’s ability from this mod is disabled in the Rift Dimension.
  • Infernal mobs can spawn from spawn eggs.
  • Encountering infernal mobs early in a playthrough can be dangerous, as their increased life and special traits can make them exceedingly difficult to defeat, depending on the mob. However, such a feat can be very rewarding, as the valuable items gained can give the player an edge early in the game.
  • Infernal mobs with the ‘Alchemist’ modifier often throw splash potions of water breathing at the player.  While dangerous, this can also be very useful in flooded areas or areas with large bodies of water.
  • Sometimes, as the infernal mobs “spawn”, the spawner from the battle towers can make a lot of them, and the fact that they relate between levels could make a battle tower almost impossible.
  • If killed by an environmental feature such as Fall Damage, they won’t drop any rare drop.
  • Baby slimes are a perfect mob to have Infernal effects, as they will still be easy to kill, given that one punch will kill them normally.

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