equipment

Equipment

An Equipment Forge can combine Equipment Parts Level 1 through level 3. Parts that are of a higher level cannot be used in lower-level Forges. All parts are limited to certain slots.

Lesser Forge

A basic Equipment Forge that can combine Equipment Parts that are at most Level 1. Some pieces like boss drops may not support Level 1 and will not be usable in this forge.

Greater Forge

An advanced Equipment Forge that can combine Equipment Parts that are at most Level 2. Some pieces like boss drops may not support Level 2 and will not be usable in this forge.

Master Forge

The best Equipment Forge that can combine Equipment Parts of any level into power Equipment Pieces.

Infuser

Used to infuse Charge items into Equipment Parts with matching Elements to level them up. It can also be used to apply dyes to equipment parts.

Usually, upgrading level 1 to 2 needs 1000xp & upgrading level 2 to 3 needs 1250xp. If the equipment has 2 or more elements, the XP infused will always be 50xp per charge. It takes 45 charges to upgrade equipment from level 1 to 3 completely.

Equipment Station

Sharpness value is for physical uses such as mining or using as a sword. Low Sharp Value 50: Flint, Bone

Medium Sharp Value 100: Iron Ingot, Quartz

High Sharp Value 500: Diamond, Prismarine Shard, Emerald

Max Sharp Value 1500(or max if custom is higher): Netherite Ingot, Prismarine Crystal


Mana value is for magical uses such as summoning or shooting projectiles.

Low Mana Value 50: Redstone Dust, Slimeball, Glowstone Dust

Medium Mana Value 100: Lapis Lazuli, Blaze Powder, Gunpowder, Phantom Membrane, Frosty Fur, Geist Liver, Poison Gland

High Mana Value 500: Bottle o' Experience, Magma Cream, Charges

Max Mana Value 1500(or max if custom is higher): Nether Star

Equipment Parts

These are parts either dropped by a creature or crafted that you can use in Equipment Forges to craft powerful equipment.

A Base is where your equipment will start, then from there you can add a Head or if the Base supports it a Pommel. Then you can choose either an Axe, Blade, Pike or Jewel for the end of your equipment depending on which slots the Head you use unlocks.

TL;DR The parts always need to be in the correct order and have the appropriate Head for the main equipment's use. (Blade/Pike/Jewel/Axe). The pommel is always optional.

Base → Pommel or Head → Pommel or Blade/Pike/Jewel/Axe

Used to stylize the end of your equipment also depending on the material of the Pommel can grant different effects to your equipment, or allow different types of harvest abilities.

Depending on the material of the Base it can grant different effects to your equipment. A Base part will always add one or two of the following:

Depending on the material of the Head can grant different effects to your equipment as well as adding a variety of more slots. A Head part will add one of the following:

Depending on the material of the Jewel, it can grant the ability to summon different projectiles to your equipment. It can also be used to summon different Creatures.

Depending on the material of the Blade can grant different effects to your equipment also different abilities, or allow different types of harvest abilities.

depending on the material of the Pike can grant different effects to your equipment also different abilities including a larger sweep attack.

Add's to the sides of your equipment and, depending on the material of the Axe can grant different effects to your equipment or allow different types of harvest abilities.

  • equipment.txt
  • Last modified: 2021/06/17 13:16
  • by tehmadtitan