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Description

Enchanting Infuser adds a brand new block for enchanting your equipment. Say goodbye to wasting your well earned levels on random enchants, and welcome a world of choice with fair costs for you hard-working Minecrafters.

▶️ Select which enchantments you want to put on your gear, no more randomness involved!

▶️ Offers all enchantments you would find at an enchanting table, treasure enchantments like mending are not available.

▶️ Use the basic enchanting infuser to choose which enchantments to put on your gear.

▶️ Use the advanced enchanting infuser to additionally modify enchantments on already enchanted items. Also supports repairing an item using levels instead of materials. Costs are considerably lower compared to the basic infuser.

▶️ Receive back experience points when disenchanting gear on the advanced infuser, similar to vanilla's gindstone.

▶️ Place bookshelves like you would for an enchanting table to unlock better enchantments and higher levels.

▶️ Configure all costs and available enchantments as you wish!

▶️ Install Enchantment Descriptions by Darkhax to see descriptions directly in the infuser's interface!

▶️ Fully integrates with Apotheosis by Shadows_of_Fire, requiring special bookshelves to make better enchantments available, while also scaling all level costs.

▶️ Looking for different textures? Check out Familiar Infusing Tables by theskycloud!

INSTALLATION REQUIRED ON CLIENT & REQUIRED ON SERVER

REQUIRES PUZZLES LIB TO BE INSTALLED (FORGE & FABRIC)

REQUIRES FABRIC API TO BE INSTALLED (FABRIC)

REQUIRES FORGE CONFIG API PORT TO BE INSTALLED (FABRIC)

Configuration is easily possible directly from in-game using the mod menu (requires Mod Menu by Prospector to be installed on Fabric) by installing either Configured or Configured (Fabric) by MrCrayfish.

When it comes to manual configuration all files are found at .minecraft/config, named as MOD_ID-client.toml, MOD_ID-common.toml, or MOD_ID-server.toml depending on the type of config. Not all types might exist for this mod if any.

Note that on older mod versions server configuration files are found at .minecraft/saves/WORLD_NAME/serverconfigs, effecticely meaning they must be configured separately for each individual world.

🌟 Thanks to Freyadono for making their original Enchanting Plus mod, which I personally loved to play with so many years ago, and which obviously bears heavy influences on this project.

🌟 Thanks to releaseHUN for making these awesome textures.

🌟 Thanks to LordDeatHunter for their Fabric Waystones mod, which inspired the interface of the infuser to some extend.

🌟 Thanks to SHXRKIIIE for being a great help in bringing this project together.