Today I want to review the Paragon client, The official Paragon Client Download link is at the bottom of the page!
For anyone that hasn’t heard about Paragon it is a free and open source client that can be found on github!
This is yet another client built for Minecraft 1.12.2 anarchy servers.
Unlike a lot of the other 1.12.2 anarchy clients Paragon is mainly written in the Kotlin programming language. Paragon offers its users a few pvp modules and a wide range of utility hacks. To start, let’s take a look at a few of the pvp hacks offered by Paragon.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module has quite a few settings and the placement is pretty fast but it is still less powerful than other pvp clients I have used.
Auto Crystal Rewrite
This module has a few more settings and works a little better but it again isn’t as strong as other clients I have used.
This module worked pretty well and it has a lot of custom settings.
This module also has a lot of settings and works well. I like that you can set a key to force a totem into the offhand.
This module makes all of your hits critical hits, the module has no settings and did not work on the server I tested it on.
This module works, but I did have a few issues with its placement but that might be due to my ping. The module has a few settings but it lacks any custom modes.
This module has a few settings but it did not work very well for me, this again could be caused by my ping.
In conclusion Paragon is a cool client but it is still in development, the clients pvp modules are not as good as other clients I have used but Paragon does have a few helpful Utility hacks and some nice looking render modules.
If you do use this client I would maybe combine it with another more pvp focused client like the Cosmos client, as recommended by Surge.
Paragon has a few small issues that need to be fixed, but the client is still in development. I think Paragon has the potential to be a good client and maybe I can review it again in the future once it has more features and the current features are more polished.
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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