Nincraft Electric Boogaloo 2: Revenge of the Fallen

Nincraft's private server custom modpack

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Nincraft Electric Boogaloo 2: Revenge of the Fallen

A public repository for all changes to the Nincraft private server's custom modpack.


Current Modlist

Current Mod List

Modpack Permissions

Permissions List


NEB2 Wiki


Clients: This pack requires Java 8 to run, and performs best with at least 2.5 GB memory.

Servers: The server download comes with recommended Java arguments. Those were used when initially testing this pack before it released, and it worked great. You may need to allocate more RAM if you have lots of concurrent players online. Never try and allocate too much, Java hates that.


We love getting outside contributions, especially to our mod documentation system, however doing so can be a little complex for some.

First a note: If you would like to contribute, just submit a pull request to the develop branch, and we'll determine if we would like to add it into the repo.

Also, if you are just planning on making a one-line change, or anything that just alters one file, you can simply find the file and press "edit", and github will do the rest.

To make any larger contributions, it is recommended to have Github for Windows/Mac/Linux installed (use the orange button for the application, or the rest of the article for command line git).

To do so you will need to make what is called a "fork" of this repository. To do this press the "Fork" button on the top right of the page, and github will create your own copy of this repository. Once that has completed, use the github application to "clone" this repository, Github Help can help you with this portion. Make the changes on your computer, then commit and push those back to your fork (again, refer to the github help documents).

Once your fork has all the changes you want, you need to create a "pull request" on the main repository. To do this, go to the pull request tab on the right, and hit "new pull request". At the top of that screen hit "compare across forks", then choose the second dropdown on the first line to be "develop", the first dropdown on the second line to be your fork, and the final dropdown to be "develop" again (This may require hitting "compare across forks" and "edit" quite a few times to get it right). If everything looks right, meaning you see all your commits on the screen, hit "Create pull request" and we will review it as soon as possible.

Thank you for your help!