Blocks-1.12

Blocks added in the 1.12.2 versions of the mod

Alembic-1.12

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An Alembic is a device that processes raw materials. It can be mined with a pickaxe.

 


Crafting Recipe

Name Ingredients Recipe
Alembic
  • 2 x Glass Bottle
  • 4 x Stick

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Properties

The Alembic will require Cinnabar Dust to distillate Mercury

Uses

Processing materials

Usage

Obtaining Mercury Bottles

  1. Insert Cinnabar Dust into the Alembic by right clicking with the dust on the Alembic. 
    1. Each Cinnabar Dust yields one Mercury Bottle
  2. Right click on the Alembic to obtain a Mercury Bottle. 

Notes

Trivia

Architectural Reconfiguration System-1.12.2

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The Architectural Reconfiguration System (ARS) is a block that allows the player to obtain a variety of decoration blocks in exchange for the depletion of the Tardis' Artron banks.


Acquisition

The ARS block can be obtained by right clicking with a Minecraft egg on the Tardis console.

Each egg will provide one ARS block

Usage

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Notes

["tardis:toyota_hexagon_1","tardis:alembic"]

Cinnabar Ore-1.12.2

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Cinnabar Ore is an ore block that drops Cinnabar Dust.


Properties

Generation

Cinnabar Ore is generated in the Overworld in small veins of ore blocks.

Drops

BUG: In v0.0.8A Cinnabar Ore does not drop Cinnabar Dust when mined with a regular pickaxe. This issue has been fixed in future updates.

 

Electric Interface Panel

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The Electric Interface Panel is a multipurpose block exclusive to the 1.12 versions of the mod.

 


Crafting Recipe

Name Ingredients Recipe
Electric Interface Panel

 

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Uses


Usage

Transferring items

Items can be transferred between the Tardis interior and Tardis exterior or different positons within the Tardis interior dimension. 

Requirements:

Interior to Exterior Setup

Using Buildcraft Pipes

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Figure 1 - Example Interior setup of using Buildcraft pipes with the Electric Interface Panel.

Starting Position Setup

  1. In the Tardis interior, place down a container block such as a chest. This will be the input source.
  2. Place down an Electric Interface Panel in the interior at least 3 blocks away from the container block
  3. Attach a Wooden pipe or an equivalent pipe to the container block so that it will extract items from the container block.
    1. The brown shaded part of the pipe extracts items from the block it is connected to.
    2. See the Buildcraft wiki for more information
  4. Place an engine such as a Redstone Engine to the Wooden Pipe
  5. Place a power source next to the engine.
  6. Connect a Stone or equivalent pipes to the Electric Interface Panel and the wooden pipe.
  7. Place items into the chest.
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Figure 2 - Example Exterior setup of using Buildcraft pipes with the Electric Interface Panel.

Destination Setup

  1. Place a container block at least 3 blocks away from the Tardis exterior. This is the output source.
  2. Connect a Wooden Pipe or an equivalent pipe to the top block of the Tardis Exterior
    1. The brown shaded part of the pipe extracts items from the block it is connected to.
    2. See the Buildcraft wiki for more information
  3. Place an engine such as a Redstone Engine to the Wooden Pipe.
  4. Place a power source next to the engine.
  5. Items should now transfer from the input source to the output source.

Notes:


Using XNet Cables

Starting Position Setup

  1. In the Tardis interior, place down a container block such as a chest. This will be the input source.
  2. Place down an Electric Interface Panel in the interior at least 3 blocks away from the container block
  3. Attach any Xnet coloured connector to the container block.
  4. Attach a connector cable to the Electric Interface Panel using the same coloured cable as the previous cable.
  5. Place down a Xnet Controller block and connect it to the Panel-Container block network.
  6. Place an power source next to the Controller and connect it to the network
  7. Setup the Xnet network by first right clicking the Controller block. See the below instructions for further steps of this sample setup.
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