EnchantableBlocks

EnchantableBlocks (formerly EnchantedFurnace) adds effects for enchantments on blocks! Currently only furnaces are supported.

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Features

Per-World Focus

All features are configurable per-world. Want an OP world? Not a problem. Want to disable blocks for a vanilla world? Absolutely. All block settings can be controlled by per-world overrides, falling through to default values when not specifically configured.

Enchantment Table Enchanting

EnchantableBlocks offers vanilla-style enchantment table usage for supported blocks. Disable certain enchantments, determine your own conflicts (i.e. silk touch/fortune), or modify enchantability either globally or for a specific world set.

Permission can be granted or denied per-implementation or as a whole. More specific overrides always take precedence.
Nodes are available as follows:

  • <plugin name>.enchant.table.<block name>
    • Permission to enchant a specific block implementation by a plugin in an enchanting table
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant.table.enchantablefurnace
    • Note that this is not per-material! I.e. enchantablefurnace covers 3 material types.
  • <plugin name>.enchant.table
    • Permission to enchant all block implementations by a plugin in an enchanting table
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant.table
  • <plugin name>.enchant
    • Permission to enchant all block implementations by a plugin in any enchantment source
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant

Anvil Enchanting

EnchantableBlocks offers vanilla-style enchantment and combination for supported blocks in anvils. Supported blocks can be combined with either a matching block or an enchanted book to increase enchantment levels. Uses vanilla combination rules - higher level takes precedence, equal levels yield an increase of 1 level up to the level cap. The enchantment level cap is configurable per-enchantment. Enchantments can be disabled to prevent transfer, though this won't remove them from the base item. Conflicts are also determined separately for maximum configurability.

Permission can be granted or denied per-implementation or as a whole. More specific overrides always take precedence.
Nodes are available as follows:

  • <plugin name>.enchant.anvil.<block name>
    • Permission to enchant a specific block implementation by a plugin in an anvil
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant.anvil.enchantablefurnace
    • Note that this is not per-material! I.e. enchantablefurnace covers 3 material types.
  • <plugin name>.enchant.anvil
    • Permission to enchant all block implementations by a plugin in an anvil
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant.anvil
  • <plugin name>.enchant
    • Permission to enchant all block implementations by a plugin in any enchantment source
    • Ex: enchantableblocks.enchant

Enchantments

Furnaces

See the wiki for furnace enchantments.

Videos

A basic overview of features is available from shop1126.

Alternate English video courtesy of MusicTechnician.

Portuguese video courtesy of AbsintoJ.

Thank you all!

Permissions

Please refer to the wiki.

Config

Please refer to the wiki.

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About This Project

  • Project ID
    72478
  • Created
    Jan 14, 2014
  • Last Released File
    May 9, 2022
  • Total Downloads
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