Difference between revisions of "Enchantment table"
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Enchantment tables are expensive to make. To craft it you need 3 [[obsidian]] blocks at the bottom, 1 obsidian block in the middle, 2 [[diamond]]s on each sides in the middle, and on top
Enchantment tables are expensive to make. To craft it you need 3 [[obsidian]] blocks at the bottom, 1 obsidian block in the middle, 2 [[diamond]]s on each sides in the middle, and on top middle, is a [[book]].
Revision as of 00:25, 4 December 2017
When mined with a pickaxe, the enchantment table will drop itself.
See the related page for enchanting for details about enchantments and their effects.
The enchantment table will give three options, each usually costing a different level of experience points to obtain, which typically results in better enchantments.
These items can be enchanted using an enchantment table:
The empty bottle can also be enchanted, which turns it into a bottle of enchanting. It can be enchanted with up to ten levels, and is effectively a way of storing your XP. This is useful because when you die you only drop half of the XP in your experience bar.
Increasing the quality of enchantments
To increase the quality and tier of the enchantments, bookshelves (and/or bookshelf backdrops) may be placed in the area around the enchantment table. The bookshelves must be placed so that the enchantment table is in the middle of the bottom row. The more bookshelves around the table, the more XP levels you can use per enchantment, which results in higher enchantment. It takes 27 bookshelves in order to enchant with 54 levels at once, which is the highest possible tier (therefore, more than 27 bookshelves would be pointless).
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- 1.28: Renamed items cannot be enchanted
- The code used in the enchantment table can be decoded. It uses the standard galactic alphabet.