|ID||See table below.|
Tablets are utility items that can be placed in the world to achieve an effect.
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Crafting[edit | edit source]
All tablets are obtained by crafting them. The recipes for the tablets are listed in the table below.
Usage[edit | edit source]
Tablets can be placed in the world in order to achieve an effect.
To place a tablet into the world, the player must have the correct Anima level and the correct amount of Soul Power available (except in Creative mode). The Anima level and the Soul Power required to place a tablet into the world can be viewed on the tablet's tooltip. Attempting to place a tablet when either (or both) of these conditions is not met will not place the tablet. If both the conditions are met, the player can place the tablet by holding the tablet in their hands and then use (defaults to right-click) it on a block. This will place the tablet into the world and remove the tablet from the player's hands.
Once the tablet is in the world, it will begin draining the player's Soul Power (the amount it drains is listed on the tablet's tooltip). As long as the player's Soul Power is above the amount the tablet drains, the tablet will apply an effect, the effect depending on the tablet (e.g.: if a tablet drains 50 Soul Power per second, it will apply its effect for as long as the player has at least 50 Soul Power). The player can place down more than one tablet at once, and both effects will occur, but at the same time both tablets will continue to consume Soul Power.
Once the player runs out of Soul Power needed to use a tablet, the tablet will stop producing its effect. If the player regenerates enough Soul Power to use the tablet again while the tablet is in the world, the tablet will not start applying its effect again until the player picks it up and places it back down.
Tablets that are in the world can be picked up by pressing use (right-click) on a tablet. This will remove the tablet from the world and return it to the player's inventory.
List of tablets[edit | edit source]
The mod adds 17 tablets to the game.
|Icon||Name||Effect||Anima Level Req||Soul Power Act Cost||Soul Power Drain||Tablet range||Recipe||Tooltip||Item Id|
|Tablet of Agility||Grants Speed III to nearby players||Level 17||15 Soul Power||3.36/s||15 blocks||Increases Movement Speed||aoa3:agility_tablet|
|Tablet of Awareness||Applies Glowing effect to all nearby mobs||Level 23||7.5 Soul Power||1.82/s||20 blocks||Shows Nearby Hostile Mobs||aoa3:awareness_tablet|
|Tablet of Breeding||Encourages all nearby animals to breed, makes baby animals age faster||Level 29||75 Soul Power||10.2/s||15 blocks||Encourages Animal Breeding||aoa3:breeding_tablet|
|Tablet of Cleansing||Removes negative potion effects from nearby players||Level 16||30 Soul Power||3.2/s||7 blocks||Cleanses Negative Effects||aoa3:cleansing_tablet|
|Tablet of Distortion||Grants Invisibility to nearby players||Level 64||45 Soul Power||5.86/s||10 blocks||Grants Invisibility||aoa3:distortion_tablet|
|Tablet of Energy||Regenerates 10 Energy per second to nearby players||Level 37||19.5 Soul Power||6.43/s||12 blocks||Regenerates Energy||aoa3:energy_tablet|
|Tablet of Gravity||Grants Jump Boost V to nearby players||Level 11||27 Soul Power||6.43/s||14 blocks||Reduces Gravity||aoa3:gravity_tablet|
|Tablet of Oxygen||Nearby players have infinite air||Level 6||7.5 Soul Power||1.8/s||11 blocks||Allows Underwater Breathing||aoa3:oxygen_tablet|
|Tablet of Pressure||Applies Slowness III to all nearby mobs||Level 71||37.5 Soul Power||6.04/s||10 blocks||Slows Hostile Mobs||aoa3:pressure_tablet|
|Tablet of Proficiency||TBP||Level 56||60 Soul Power||2.86/s||14 blocks||TBP||aoa3:proficiency_tablet|
|Tablet of Resistance||Grants Resistance II to nearby players||Level 45||33 Soul Power||6.14/s||16 blocks||Increases Damage Resistance||aoa3:resistance_tablet|
|Tablet of Sanctity||Inflicts burning to all nearby mobs, applies Wither I instead if the mob is immune to fire||Level 77||67.5 Soul Power||5.36/s||9 blocks||Punishes Hostile Mobs||aoa3:sanctity_tablet|
|Tablet of Satiation||Restores 1 hunger point and 2 saturation points while active||Level 3||43.5 Soul Power||3.05/s||25 blocks||Restores Hunger||aoa3:satiation_tablet|
|Tablet of Sight||Grants Night Vision to nearby players||Level 1||52.5 Soul Power||1.58/s||23 blocks||Improves Vision||aoa3:sight_tablet|
|Tablet of Strength||Grants Strength II to nearby players||Level 85||47 Soul Power||5.94/s||10 blocks||Increases Strength||aoa3:strength_tablet|
|Tablet of Untiring||Grants Haste I to nearby players||Level 97||90 Soul Power||2.54/s||20 blocks||Increases Tool Efficiency||aoa3:untiring_tablet|
|Tablet of Vitality||Grants Regeneration II to nearby players||Level 91||54 Soul Power||5.66/s||13 blocks||Restores Health||aoa3:vitality_tablet|
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.