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A fatal error has occurred, this connection is terminated. 1.7.10 modded


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I made a huge forge 1.7.10 mod pack but whenever I try to create a singleplayer world I get the error saying "A fatal error has occurred, this connection is terminated." Does anyone know what the issue could be? 

Here is my fml-client-latest.log from when it crashes: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/3rKSJSqnrX/

and here is the list of mods: https://imgur.com/a/AZifMbg



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