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<h1><a href="./">Lusty Lavender</a></h1>
<h2>An <a href="https://electrical-age.net/">Electrical Age</a> Development Modpack</h2>
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<code>Lusty Lavender</code> is a relatively lightweight modpack designed specifically to experiment with the <a href="https://electrical-age.net/">Electrical Age</a> mod. It also contains some support mods:
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<li>OpenComputers,</li>
<li>Applied Energistics 2,</li>
<li>BuildCraft,</li>
<li>Thermal Expansion, Thermal Dynamics, etc.,</li>
<li>RailCraft,</li>
<li>some of Project Red,</li>
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...and so forth, mostly to serve and complement Electrical Age nicely.
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The pack and the server are currently maintained by <a href="https://github.com/jrddunbr/">Jared Dunbar</a>, and the Electrical Age used in the pack may be built off his own repository tip&mdash;so don't expect it to be 100%-compatible with mainline ELN (instead, expect bugfixes!).
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To get started, <a href="downloads.html">download</a> the latest version, and check out the <a href="downloads.html#instructions">instructions</a>. Then, connect to a <a href="servers.html">server</a>!
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