|Data Value||dec. 6126|
|Mod Included||Equivalent Exchange|
The Philosopher's Stone has several features and is the base at which an aspiring Alchemist starts. It can be used to craft the Transmutation Tablet, which has many more functions.
Before you can use the stone, you need to charge it. There is nothing special that goes into charging a Philosopher's Stone, just pressuntil it is fully charged.
The Philospher's Stone not only gives you the power to change a handful of items into others, but it can also transform the very environment around you!will transmute certain blocks to others, + will change a block as well:
|Stone <=> Cobblestone||
Stone ⇒ Grass
Grass <=> Sand
|Cobblestone <=> Grass|
|Dirt ⇒ Sand||Sand ⇒ Cobblestone|
|Gravel <=> Sandstone||Dirt ⇒ Cobblestone|
|Water ⇒ Ice|
|Lava ⇒ Obsidian|
|Netherrack ⇒ Cobblestone|
|Logs ⇒ Other logs|
|Leaves ⇒ Other leaves|
|Flowers ⇒ Other Flowers|
|Melon <=> Pumpkin|
This effect costs no Fuel. Transmuting large areas at once can incur a cooldown on the effect.
When holding the Philosopher's Stone and pressing Transmutation Tablet to create anything on the go. However, be cautious, as using the Philosopher's Stone in the crafting grid may cause the stone to pop out of your inventory., it allows you to craft in a 3x3 grid just like a crafting table. This is useful in combination with the portable
Pressingwill fire a projectile outwards, which, upon hitting a mob, will transform it into another random mob of that disposition (peaceful or aggressive) and type (Overworld or Nether). This effect costs 1 glowstone dust. Mobs added by other mods will turn into a slime or sheep randomly regardless of that mob's disposition. (Chickens are harder to hit, and the best way to turn them is to shoot from a fair distance)
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