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The Infusion Table is a utility block that is used to enchant and craft weapons or armor.
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Crafting[edit | edit source]
|Infusion Table||3 Wool (any color) +
2 Ancient Rock +
1 Infusion Stone (any type) +
Usage[edit | edit source]
The player can press use (right-click) on an Infusion Table to open its GUI. The Infusion Table's GUI is almost identical to that of a crafting table with one exception: there is an extra input slot to the left of the 3x3 crafting grid.
The Infusion Table's GUI has two main purposes: to create new weapons and armor, and to enchant already existing weapons and armor.
Creating weapons/armor[edit | edit source]
Creating weapons or armor at the Infusion Table is a lot like crafting them at the crafting table. In order to make a specific weapon or armor piece, the player has to do two things. First, the player must insert the correct ingredients into the 3x3 grid like the player would do for crafting something on the crafting table. Second, the player must take the correct frame and insert it into the input slot to the left of the 3x3 grid.
If all the items are in the correct places, a weapon or armor piece will appear in the output slot to the right of the 3x3 grid. Unlike with enchanting, the player does not have to train their Infusion skill in order to create weapons or armor.
Enchanting[edit | edit source]
In order to enchant an item at the Infusion Table, the player must first place the item they want to be enchanted in the input slot to the left of the 3x3 grid. The player must then insert various items (depending on the enchantment) into the 3x3 grid. Depending on the enchantment, the player will also need to have the correct level of Infusion in order to get an enchantment.
If done correctly, and the player has the correct Infusion level, the item in the slot to the left of the 3x3 grid will appear enchanted in the output slot to the right of the 3x3 grid. If the player does not have the correct Infusion level, then the output slot will remain empty, even if the player has placed the other items into their correct spots.
Other uses[edit | edit source]
The player can press use (right-click) on the Infusion Table while holding an Infusion Stone to consume the Infusion Stone and give the player xp in their Infusion skill. As the player is doing this, there is a small chance for the player to obtain a Power Stone of the same type as the Infusion Stone.
In order to be able to use the Infusion Stones on the Infusion Table, the player has to be the correct level of Infusion. The stones, the levels needed to use them, the amount of xp they give, and the corresponding power stone they create is shown in the table below:
|Infusion Stone||Level req||XP given||Power Stone given|
|Glistening Infusion Stone||5||8 XP||Glistening Power Stone|
|Gleaming Infusion Stone||15||16 XP||Gleaming Power Stone|
|Ambient Infusion Stone||20||20 XP||Ambient Power Stone|
|Glaring Infusion Stone||30||40 XP||Glaring Power Stone|
|Glowing Infusion Stone||45||85 XP||Glowing Power Stone|
|Shining Infusion Stone||60||150 XP||Shining Power Stone|
|Radiant Infusion Stone||70||220 XP||Radiant Power Stone|
|Blooming Infusion Stone||80||300 XP||Blooming Power Stone|