John Smith Legacy Resource and Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.8/1.7


The John Smith Legacy Texture and Resource pack is one of the most popular of its kind. It is a RPG-themed texture pack, that has incredible details, despite it only being in a 32×32 resolution.

John Smith Legacy Resource Pack

It has a story similar to that of the well-known DokuCraft. The John Smith Texture Pack was a very popular texture pack for Minecraft, however it was eventually discontinued by its creator (the last update was around version 1.2.5). But the community was so happy with the pack, that they decided to continue developing it themselves instead of letting it become forgotten. Right now, it is maintained by the JS TEAM (John Smith Team).

John Smith Legacy Resource Pack

Other than providing amazing enhancements to the graphic interface of Minecraft, the John Smith Legacy Resource Pack also supports tons of mods. So if you are the type of player with several mods installed, this might be the perfect texture pack for you. For a full list of mods supported, check out the bottom of this review.

John Smith Legacy Resource Pack

The resource pack itself is very reminiscent of DokuCraft, so you will see some similarities between the two, but they are still different enough to be considered separate entities. It is one of the most popular packs available, and that is with good reason, as it looks absolutely amazing, and it runs great due to “only” being in a 32×32 resolution.

John Smith Legacy Resource Pack

In terms of style, it has a distinct RPG-ish feel, and many find it somewhat darker in tone than vanilla Minecraft, but this suits the look and style of this pack perfectly!

Important: MCPatcher is highly recommended for this resource pack, to make it function properly. It will work without however.

Mods supported
Click to see all supported mods

  • Additional Pipes – Full Support
  • Applied Energistics – Full Support
  • Bibliocraft 1.1.2 – Full Support
  • Buildcraft 3.4.3+ – Full Support
  • ChickenChunks – Full Support
  • Compact Solar Arrays 3.2 – Partial Support
  • ComputerCraft 1.5 – Full Support
  • Equivalent Exchange 3 pre1f – Partial Support
  • Extra Biomes XL 3.11 – Full Support
  • ExtraBees 1.5 – Partial Support
  • Factorization 0.7.10 – Full Support
  • Forestry 1.7.0 / 2.0.0 – Partial Support
  • Gravisuite 1.8 – Full Support
  • Greg’s Lighting 1.7 – Full Support
  • GregTech 2.81a – Partial Support
  • Iron Chests 5.0 – Full Support
  • Logistics Pipes Unofficial – Partial Support
  • MiscPeripherals 3.1 – Full Support
  • Minefactory Reloaded – Partial Support
  • Modular Forcefields (MFFS) – Partial Support
  • Mystcraft 0.10 0.10.0+ – Full Support
  • Mystcraft 0.9 – Full Support
  • Nether Ores 2.0.0+ – Full Support
  • Not Enough Items (NEI) – Full Support
  • Nuclear Control – Full Support
  • Petroleum Generator 1.2.1 – Full Support
  • Portal Gun 1.4.7v5 – Full Support
  • Powerconverters 2.2 – Partial Support
  • Project Bench – Full Support
  • Railcraft 6.14+ (6.17) – Full Support
  • Redpower 2 pre6 – Full Support
  • Soul Shards 1.26 – Full Support
  • Steve’s Carts 2 a39 – Partial Support
  • Thaumcraft 3 3.0.3 – Partial Support
  • Thermal Expansion 2 2.2.2 – Full Support
  • TubeStuff 51.0.0 – Full Support
  • Partial Support Twilight Forest 1.14.0 – Partial Support
  • Valve Pipes 1.3 – Full Support
  • Wireless Redstone ChickenBones Edition (WRCBE) 1.3.3 – Full Support
  • XYcraft 0.10.13 – Partial Support


John Smith Legacy Resource Pack

John Smith Legacy is the sports-car of resource packs, it looks fantastic, it runs amazingly, and it keeps getting updates, so it won’t go out of style anytime soon! Get it today, and enhance your Minecraft experience ten-fold.

Comparison between the John Smith Legacy Resource Pack and default Minecraft:

John Smith Legacy Resource Pack Default Pack New

How to install John Smith Legacy Resource Pack:

  • Download the Texture Pack.
  • Download and install MCPatcher.
  • Start Minecraft.
  • Press Esc and to to options.
  • Click on “Resource Packs”.
  • Click on “Open resource pack folder”.
  • Put the .zip file you downloaded, in to the resource pack folder.
  • The texture pack should now appear in Minecraft, choose the texture pack and click “Done”.
  • Enjoy and play!
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