I’d like to share the official Bloody Client Download link, but first here is some information on what the client offers its users!
Self described as “an easy to use, powerful, and frequently updated Fabric Utility Mod for Minecraft 1.19.4/1.20.1” and “designed for anarchy servers” The bloody client also claims to be “high-quality software that is easy to use and reliable”
The client clearly has a strong focus on Hacker Vs Hacker pvp with most of the clients features either being combat or render modules.
Unfortunately the Bloody client is not free, the client is currently selling for $20 USD.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module places respawn anchors, and charges them to blow them up, the module has a crazy amount of settings, the module is fast and has good placement.
This module automatically places and explodes end crystals to damage nearby players the module again has a lot of settings and works well!
This module automatically places totems in your offhand to keep you alive, I had a note about this module failing or being unreliable but the devs released a fix for this while I was working on the video!
This module attacks nearby enemies, the module works well though I did read a funny client review where someone was complaining that the module attacked armour stands and that there was no setting to stop this, sadly this is still an issue.
This module attempts to push nearby players out of their safe hole with a piston, this is another module with a crazy amount of settings.
This module surrounds your feet with obsidian to protect you from explosions, the module is fast, reliable and it is super customizable!
I know I say this alot, but I was genuinely surprised by the bloody client, to be honest it was a much better client than I was expecting.
The client clearly has a strong focus on HVH combat modules, with a wide range of pvp modules up for offer, pretty much all of which are customizable and powerful! Bloody also provides some really cool and good looking render modules!
The client is not perfect, I think a few things could be improved from the hud editor to some of the gui features like module sliders. With that said I was impressed with the client devs who appear to be actively working on the client, fixing things and adding new features on a regular basis.
I was going to point out a problem with the auto totem module not being reliable and before I told the devs or released my video a patch had been released that seems to have fixed the issue!
I hope the devs continue to work on and improve the bloody client
I will make a second review in a couple of months time to see how the client is coming along!
The linked video below is part of my CCO (Complete Client Overview) series, a segment I curate on my gaming-centric YouTube channel. This particular episode embodies my commitment to thoroughly test and review various clients to provide you with a convenient, comprehensive overview.
Through this series, I aim to assist and guide my audience by sharing valuable information, making it easier for you to choose a Minecraft Client. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or new to the scene, these episodes are crafted to be an essential resource for your convenience and informed decision-making.
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Upon choosing a task, all that’s needed is to let your computer remain idle for around 30 seconds to a minute. The task will automatically mark as completed without requiring any actual action from you.
After this, you’ll seamlessly be redirected to the official client website. Here, you can easily proceed with the download process.