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Tablets are utility items that consume soul power, which will grant either useful buffs or other beneficial actions for the player upon being used. They can only be used if the player has the correct Anima level, and enough Soul Power.
|Renewable||Yes except Tablet of Peace|
|Version Added||See #History|
|Item Id||See below.|
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Usage[edit | edit source]
In order to use a tablet, two requirements must be met: the player's Anima level has to be high enough, and the player must have enough soul power to use the specified tablet. If both of these requirements are met, the player can use the tablet by pressing use while holding the tablet. Upon being used, the tablet will grant a beneficial buff or other action to the player, and remove the needed amount of soul power from the player's bar. If the player does not have the required anima level and/or soul power, attempting to use a tablet will do nothing.
The amount of soul power that a tablet requires will be cut in half if the player wears a full set of Anima Armor.
Tablets have no durability and are not consumed upon use, thus they can be used indefinitely.
Types[edit | edit source]
There are two types of tablets in-game, distinguishable by their appearance: tablets that grant status effects and tablets that perform instantaneous actions. Tablets that inflict status effects are square-shaped, while instant-action tablets are more rounded.
Status effect tablets[edit | edit source]
Instant effect tablets[edit | edit source]
|Icon||Name||Effect||Anima Level Req||Soul Power Cost||Recipe||Item Id||Version Added|
|Tablet of Airhopping||Jump Boost (0:05)||Level 7||1 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfAirhopping||2.1|
|Tablet of Creation||Sets Creation to full||Level 38||9 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfCreation||2.1|
|Tablet of Debuffing||Clears all debuffs from the player||Level 13||6 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfDebuffing||2.1|
|Tablet of Energy||Sets Energy to full||Level 18||3 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfEnergy||2.1|
|Tablet of Health||Restores player to full health||Level 28||5 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfHealth||2.1|
|Tablet of Hunger||Refills hunger||Level 58||9 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfHunger||2.1|
|Tablet of Peace||Will delete all hostile mobs in a 10x10x10 radius centered on the player.||Level 53||10 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfPeace||2.1|
|Tablet of Rage||Sets Battle Rage to full *Note 1||Level 48||5 Soul Power||nevermine:TabletOfVitality||2.1|
History[edit | edit source]
|1.0||Added tablets. The tablets that existed were: Agility, Combat, Fire Resistance, Fury Mining, Gills, Gravity, Invisibility, Night Vision, Regeneration, Resistance, Speed and Strength.|
|2.1|| Added more tablets, including introducing new shorter tablets. The new ones added include: Airhopping, Creation, Debuffing, Divine Intervention, Energy, Health, Hunger, Peace and Rage (then called Vitality). |
Soul power cost on tablets can now be cut in half by wearing a full set of Anima Armor.
|2.4||Tablet of Vitality renamed to Tablet of Rage.|
|Tslat 1.0|| Tablet of Rage's tooltip corrected; it now says Rage instead of Vitality.|
Tablets are no longer stackable.