This datapack seems modest on the surface, especially when compared to some of the other offerings on this list. It only adds the ability to do two things, both related to crafting.
It is an adaptation of Datapack Dream's popular Manhunt video, in which his friend Ender attempts to hunt down the dragon while searching for and killing it.
The purpose of this datapack is to enhance and improve the vanilla enchanting system in many ways. The first way is to add a level X magic ability, beyond the normal range.
Datapack is multi-stage and story-driven. In it, players establish, build and defend modular settlements from the invading forces of the Netherlands before finally taking the fight to the Netherlands. It even has the option of building a private Netherland fort.
Dungeon Now Loading is a structure-oriented datapack that aims to add more than 10 vanilla-like random structures with unique bosses to Minecraft. It offers a new advancement system to help progress, new items, and a new health system.
Epic Games has added more movement options to Fortnite Save the World. These movements were first introduced in Fortnite Battle Royale and before Creative in Chapter 3, Save the World players can now sprint, slide, mantle, shoulder bash, and crouch.
This datapack aims to enhance aspects of the game's survival, while not detracting from the more creative features found within it, as well as filling in some of the gaps left by Mojang.
Nullscape Datapack aims to completely reshape the final dimension, while not straying too far from its identity: a desolate wasteland of total void, where one mistake means falling forever.
Incendium does for the Nether what Nullscape does for the end. The purpose of this datapack is not to replace the changes made in 1.16, but to enhance and add to them.