Top 10 Minecraft Mods For Halloween

In celebration of Halloween in 2021, we've prepared a list of the top 10 Minecraft mods that are currently accessible to have a great experience on PC

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Minecraft Mods For Halloween

Here is a list of the top 10 Minecraft mods for the Halloween of 2021

Werewolves, witches, vampires, covens, and creep new mobs and biomes are all present and correct in this list of Halloween mods for Minecraft.

Minecraft has spent years as one of the most beloved games around, and a big part of the reason for that popularity is the freedom players have to customize their experience. Mods can do anything from tiny quality-of-life tweaks to transforming the gameplay experience, completely overhauling the game with a new lease of life if it becomes stale.

With Halloween rapidly approaching, one fun way to spice up your worlds would be to use mods to add a terrifying twist in honor of the spooky season. Ranging from downright chilling to harmless trick-or-treat fun, here are ten such mods to give your next Minecraft session a spooky spin.

Best Top 10 Minecraft Mods For Hallween

10. Eyes In The Darkness by Gigaherz

This legitimately scary mod only adds one mob to the game – The Eyes. They spawn in darkness, so you’ll see them in caves or outside at night, where they lurk in wait for prey. Once you look at them, it becomes a game of red light, green light – as soon as you look away, they’ll strike.

It’s remarkable how atmospheric this mod manages to be in spite of its simplicity; any encounter with The Eyes is genuinely chilling. Available on Forge all the way up to 1.17.1, Eyes in the Darkness is the perfect minimalist addition to add some scare factor.

9. Halloween LuckyBlocks by HyCraftHD

On the (slightly) less terrifying side of things, Halloween LuckyBlocks adds a variety of Halloween-themed blocks, props, and costumes to let you live out your trick-or-treating dreams on your server with your friends. It adds witch’s broomsticks, clown and scarecrow costumes, candy bags, and much more.

Available for Forge up to version 1.16.5, the mod isn’t without some scary elements, though – it also adds a scarier zombie variant, a ghost, and a vampire, so keep one eye open when you’re dressing up for candy!

8. Spooky Biomes by ProxyNeko

Built for popular mod version 1.12.2 on Forge, Spooky Biomes is the explorer’s Halloween mod. It adds four new biomes to the game, each with its own eerie atmosphere. Two of these biomes have a native mob – the Forgotten Warlock – a powerful and frightening enemy to face off against.

The mod also adds new wood types with the four trees native to its biomes, so builders have something to rejoice about too. Spooky Biomes is a well-rounded and fun mod for anyone looking for some spook.

7. Whisperwoods by Itsmeowdev

If your new spooky forests are feeling a little dead, Whisperwoods might be the solution for you. This mod adds a plethora of scary mobs ranging from harmless moths to the petrifying Hidebehind, a silent stalker with a taste for woodsmen. Other additions include ghost-deer miniboss, cave-dwelling vampire bats, and (mostly) friendly wisps.

Vanilla Minecraft has a few spooky mobs, but Whisperwoods takes it to the next level. The mod has support on Forge up to version 1.16.5, so give it a shot if you’re in the mood to hunt – or be hunted by – some true horrors.

6. Vampirism – Become a Vampire! by Maxanier

Vampirism is a Forge mod with support up to 1.17 and, quite simply, it adds vampires. When one of them bites you, you’ll become one yourself, gaining all the powers that come with it. You’ll grow even stronger as you suck more blood from animals and other players, though your vulnerability to the sun will also increase.

It also adds the vampire biome – home to bloodsucking bats that must be slain for rituals – and vampire hunter NPCs to protect villages. Vampirism is the ideal spooky mod if you’re in the mood for some bloodsucking antics.

5. Howling Moon by Razmenwolf

As the name suggests, Howling Moon is a mod focused on lycanthropy. Get attacked by a werewolf on a full moon, and you’ll become one yourself. From there, you have access to “werewolf stats”, showing how prolific you’ve been in your slaughter. The mod makes sure to give you prey too – hunter NPCs roam the world, and if that’s not enough you can take the fight to them at their Lodge structures.

Another 1.12.2 mod through Forge, Howling Moon is the ultimate werewolf experience. If you’ve ever wanted to (literally) unleash your inner wolf, this is the mod for you.

4. Hunter’s Nightmare by Therebelt

If you’d rather be the one doing the hunting, Hunter’s Nightmare is the mod for you. It also adds werewolves (along with a multitude of other supernatural monsters) but instead of becoming one, you’re tasked with killing them. At your disposal are wolfsbane, flintlock pistols, and of course, silver.

This mod is for version 1.12.2 on Forge, but at the time of writing is also being ported to 1.16.5 on Fabric, so no matter how you play, you should be able to get in on some monster-killing action.

3. Pirates by Spectre0987

While werewolves, skeletons, and vampires get plenty of time in the spotlight at Halloween, ghost pirates are a far more overlooked variant of the undead – though just as spooky. Fortunately, the Pirates mod (for version 1.12.2 on Forge) is here to give them the love they deserve.

The ghost ship structure generates in oceans and is inhabited by entire ghoulish crews to take down, with plenty of loot as a reward. The mod also adds other pirate-y content: telescopes, rum, cannons, and much more.

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2. Bewitchment by MoriyaShiine

No Halloween list would be complete without the opportunity to join a coven, and that’s exactly what Bewitchment lets you do. You can also become a vampire or werewolf if that’s more your thing. This mod has a ton of spooky content, ranging from flying broomsticks to occult rituals to scary expansions, brewing, and trading.

No Halloween list would be complete without the opportunity to join a coven, and that’s exactly what Bewitchment lets you do. You can also become a vampire or werewolf if that’s more your thing. This mod has a ton of spooky content, ranging from flying broomsticks to occult rituals to scary expansions, brewing, and trading.

Best Choice from Top 10 Minecraft Mods

If you’re tired out after all the horrors of the above mods, or even just vanilla gameplay – or if it all sounded a bit much in the first place – why not relax around the campfire, make some s’mores, and carve some pumpkins? That’s what Cozy Comforts lets you do; it’s a mod more focused on the happier side of Halloween, letting you set up fancy campsites and carve your own designs into pumpkins, rather than just the default vanilla face.

Available up to version 1.16.5 on Forge, this mod is the perfect respite from all the Halloween horror, letting you set up a cozy space to relax with some friends, while still keeping in the spooky spirit.

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