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Forge 41.0.64 and above causes alot of mods to fail to load with errors and the majority of them output the error: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException: null.

This is annoying as some mods require 41.0.64 or above but then alot of mods fail to load above that version so we just really cant win and this isnt on my end since some people have been posting this on the mods official bug trackers and then realising its not the mod and that its forge itself.

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