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This question was asked about that game, but used the tag. I asked in the comments what that is and got this link. Apparently this is some new Minecraft related game made by Microsoft.

Does someone know more about this? I would simply create a new tag for it (for example ), but I know absolutely nothing about this game, so I wouldn't know what to write into the tag wiki.

  • From the description it doesn't sound like a whole separate game, just like some objects and themes and stuff but I don't know enough about Minecraft to say for sure. I don't think it needs a whole tag, though. – Ash Sep 2 at 18:56
  • What else would you tag that question with? minecraft is definitely not correct, that's for a different game. – Fabian Röling Sep 2 at 23:02
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    I feel that "How does Minecraft Greek Edition differ from the base game?" with the version-differences tag would make a good main-site question. As for the tag, it kinda looks like and is priced like an official DLC or modpack, sooooo maybe? – Robotnik Sep 2 at 23:50
  • But what would it be a DLC for or what would it modify? And, sure, ask that question, I'm not interested enough in this to ask that, I just wanted to get rid of the minecraft tag on that question. :D – Fabian Röling Sep 2 at 23:58
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    I note that the system requirements section of the link says " Available on: Xbox One ", so you could at the very least retag it to minecraft-bedrock-edition. – pppery Sep 3 at 2:31
  • OK, done. But I doubt that it's actually that. – Fabian Röling Sep 3 at 5:55
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Minecraft Greek Mythology is a so called Mashup Pack:

A mashup pack is a combination of Skin Pack, Texture Pack, and a Map all rolled up into one. These have been common on Minecraft Console Edition for years now. source

In this case, it contains "Greek gods, fantastical creatures and epic locations", " a bespoke texture set and themed UI" and an "orchestral soundtrack".

Basically, it seems to be a DLC with an emphasis on appearance.

It's currently also available for the Pocket and Windows 10 editions. source

As it doesn't seem to change core elements, a retag might not be necessary (but I'm not very familiar with the do's and don'ts of tagging yet).

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    I'd say keep the bedrock tag, as it's for the bedrock version of the game. – Codingale Sep 3 at 10:15
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There are many resource packs available to download from the Minecraft marketplace. You can download character skins, texture packs, and maps. The Greek Mythology pack contains all three.

When you apply a texture pack to your world, everything looks different but still behaves the same. The person asking the question simply wants to know what texture the zombie villagers have when the Greek Mythology texture pack is applied. The behavior of a zombie and a zombie villager is the same, so if you don't know the difference between the textures you would have to use trial and error to figure out which is which, which can be annoying for what the poster is trying to do.

This is still Minecraft Bedrock edition and it doesn't need a new tag.

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