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Shining Amethyst

Description: A Shining Amethyst Shard is an item acquired from Shining Amethyst Clusters, and is used in crafting.


Details: 

Clusters
Renewable: Yes

Stackable:

N/A
Tool: Pickaxe (Any)
Blast Resistance: N/A
Hardness: N/A
Luminant: No
Transparent: No
Flammable: No
Flammable (Lava): No
Item
Rarity color: Common
Renewable: Yes
Stackable: Yes (64)
Durability: None

Obtaining

Natural Generation
Shining Amethyst Clusters can be found in naturally spawning Amethyst Geodes between y-levels -58 and 30. These clusters grow on Budding Amethyst and have a small (25%) chance of becoming a Shining Amethyst variant in the final growth stage. These variants can be distinguished from the more common Amethyst shards by the blue-ish streaks on the clusters. The percentage of Shining Amethyst to Minecraft Amethyst clusters can be adjusted in common configs.

This method of obtaining means they can become a slowly renewable resource over time provided the budding amethyst blocks are not broken. Amethysts, including Shining Amethyst, clusters gradually regrow provided the player is within 128 blocks of the budding amethyst. 

Budding Amethyst cannot be broken with silk touch, meaning the player must return to a geode to create new clusters.

Mining
Shining Amethyst Shards can be obtained from clusters by breaking it with any tool. Non-pickaxe tools (including no tool) drop around 2 shards, Pickaxes will drop 4, or more with the Fortune enchantment (Fortune III drops between 4-12 on average). 

Shining Amethyst shards does not have a unique growth stage like Minecraft Amethyst crystals and instead becomes a Shining Amethyst cluster in the fourth and final growth stage - therefore they have no small, medium or large bud that can be acquired using silk touch.

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Shown: Shining Amethyst Shards (Left) next to a normal Amethyst Cluster.


Usage

Crafting ingredient
Shining Amethyst Shards are used in the crafting of:


Known Issues

If you find an issue, please report it to our bugs channel on Discord. We ask that you look to see if your issue was reported first!


Changelog

View Changes

This is not a complete list of version changes / fixes. It is a changelog of relevant wiki-related version information.

MC Version Release Notes
1.18.2
1.18.2-1.3.0 Shining Amethyst Shards are used in crafting Amethyst-tier Tools.
1.18.2-1.2.5 Shining Amethysts now drop Amethyst buds when broken with a silk touch pick.
1.18.2-1.0.0 Amethyst (item) removed and replaced with Shining Amethyst Shards, which spawn as a percentage chance from Budding Amethyst in geodes. 
1.16.2 1.16.2-5.3.21 Amethyst Ore spawns naturally within normal diamond parameters. Amethysts can be obtained by breaking Amethyst Ore with a pickaxe that is iron or higher. Each amethyst ore block drops one amethyst.

Data values

swem:shining_amethyst_shard

Cantazarite

Description: Cantazarite is a naturally generating ore - the drops can be used in crafting and smelting.


Details: 

Ore (Block)
Renewable: Yes

Stackable:

Yes (64)
Tool: Pickaxe (Stone+)
Blast Resistance: N/A
Hardness: N/A
Luminant: No
Transparent: No
Flammable: No
Flammable (Lava): No
Item
Rarity color: Common
Renewable: Yes
Stackable: Yes (64)
Durability: None

Obtaining

Custom SWEM ore generation height is a configurable value in common configs.

Cantazarite Ore cannot be mined by gold pickaxes to remain consistent with Minecraft - gold cannot mine above coal.

Natural Generation (Ore)
Cantazarite Ore spawns naturally throughout the world - by default it can be found around y-levels 0-30 

Mining
In order to pick up the ore without breaking it, it must be mined using a pickaxe with the silk touch enchantment. Without silk touch, mining a block of Cantazarite Ore with a stone-tier or higher pickaxe will yield Cantazarite - each block will drop up to a maximum of nine 'shard' shaped Cantazarite, usually yielding a minimum of 6. These values are increased with the Fortune enchantment. When mining Cantazarite ore, a small amount of XP orbs are released, similar to mining coal, lapis lazuli, Redstone, diamond, emerald, nether quartz, and nether gold.

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Shown: Cantazarite Ore next to Cantazarite (mined item).


Usage

Smelting
Cantazarite can be smelted in a furnace into Cantazarite Dye, a component in Cantazarite Potions or for use as an orange-dye substitute.

Crafting ingredient
Cantazarite is a component in crafting the Cantazarite Anvil, Cantazarite Block, or in an alternative recipe for Blaze Rods.

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Healing
Cantazarite heals damage (durability) in Amethyst tier armor, tools and weapons when combined together in a Cantazarite Anvil


Known Issues

If you find an issue, please report it to our bugs channel on Discord. We ask that you look to see if your issue was reported first!


Changelog

View Changes

This is not a complete list of version changes / fixes. It is a changelog of relevant wiki-related version information.

MC Version Release Notes
1.18.2

1.16.5
 

Data values

swem:cantazarite
swem:cantazarite_ore

Cantazarite Block

Description: A block of Cantazarite is a compacted ore block equivalent to nine Cantazarite.


Details: 

Renewable: Yes

Stackable:

Yes (64)
Tool: Pickaxe (Any)
Blast Resistance: N/A
Hardness: N/A
Luminant: No
Transparent: No
Flammable: No
Flammable (Lava): No

Obtaining

Crafting
Cantazarite Blocks come in a single (orange) color.
A Cantazarite Block can be crafted from 9 Cantazarite.

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Usage

Crafting ingredient
Cantazarite Block can be uncrafted to return 9 Cantazarite per block.

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Cantazarite blocks are required to craft a Cantazarite Anvil.

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