Enchanting Infuser Mod
By Nathan Young
As you enchant gear on a Minecraft server with friends, it can be frustrating to get exactly what you want. This is due to the game’s design, as random enchantments are available for you to pick. Some players may want to selectively choose what abilities are applied to their weapons, tools, or armor for the best results. Rather than grinding for enchanted books to accomplish this goal, using Forge or Fabric mods can simplify the entire process. One of these is known as Enchanting Infuser, introducing two enchantment tables that allow players to pick what powers get applied. There’s even a way to remove and replace them, along with repairing damaged items. This is a wonderful mod to use on your Minecraft server to play with friends, as everyone can make their ideal equipment. Setting this up is easily done on our panel, as it only takes a few minutes. Unfortunately, newcomers to the modding scene may be unfamiliar with the setup. With this in mind, we’ve created this Apex Hosting guide to show you how to install and use the Enchanting Infuser mod on Minecraft.
How to Download
- Navigate to Enchanting Infuser on CurseForge, then click
Filesnear the top.
- Locate your desired
Mod Loaderin the list below.
- Upon finding that, press its three vertical dots and click
- Save this somewhere easily accessible on your computer for later.
- Repeat this process for the Puzzles Lib dependency mod, as it’s required.
Fabric Only: Do the same for Fabric API and Forge Config API Port.
Before getting started with this mod, you’ll need to install Forge or Fabric on your Minecraft launcher. This is used to load everything without problems, making this necessary to complete. Once you’re finished, follow the instructions below to use Enchanting Infuser on the client.
- Open your Minecraft launcher and click
Installationsnear the top.
- Locate your previously installed Forge or Fabric profile, then press its
- In the newly opened window, find and enter the
modsdirectory from the list.
Note: If you don’t see this, then create it before proceeding with the installation.
- Proceed to drag and drop your downloaded files into this folder.
- Return to the launcher and click
Playon your modded profile to load everything.
Similarly to the client setup, you’ll need to install Forge or Fabric with your corresponding version on the Minecraft server. This is achieved by selecting it in the Game File area of the main panel, and then restarting to generate its required files. Once you’re finished doing this, follow along below to install Enchanting Infuser on the server.
- Head towards your Apex server panel and click
FTP File Accessnear the top left.
- Type your
Passwordin the text box and press the
Loginbutton to gain access.
- Find and enter the
modsdirectory, then at the top left corner click the
- Afterward, continue to drag and drop your downloaded files into the respective area.
- Wait for them to reach
Restartthe server from the main panel.
Playing with the Enchanting Infuser mod on Minecraft involves players collecting valuable resources before anything once they’ve joined the server. This is the case due to the new enchantment tables having unique crafting recipes, with one needing netherite ingots. In other words, you and others alike must play Minecraft normally to gather these valuable items. Afterward, enchanting will be extremely easy and straightforward. Whether you want a god sword for combat or the best possible pickaxe, you’re given a simple way to get that. Remember to craft bookshelves though, as they’re still required to power the enchantment tables. If you want to test anything before diving into the gameplay, then consider becoming a server operator or enabling cheats to use creative mode. However, there are a lot of features to Enchanting Infuser, especially since there’s an integration option for another mod that opens the door for extra powers. With this in mind, we’ll showcase everything you need to know about this in the subsections below to get started on your adventure in Minecraft.
As the mod name suggests, the new tables are called enchanting infusers. The first one is considered standard, only requiring x3 Crying Obsidian, x1 Enchantment Table, x2 Amethyst Crystals, and x1 Book. This makes the recipe a bit expensive compared to others but will be well worth it. We encourage you to explore deep cave systems for these needed materials. Remember, the mod only kicks in once you’ve successfully created an Enchanting Infuser table.
If you have the time to collect netherite ingots, then consider making an Advanced Enchanting Infuser table. This allows you to have more control over your weapons, tools, and armor in-game. For instance, you can begin swapping out enchantments or even repair damaged items. Players will use EXP as currency for these transactions, so make sure to have a mob farm nearby. Otherwise, it’ll be harder to use this mod on your Minecraft server.
Instead of randomly getting enchantments in Vanilla Minecraft, you can use a standard enchanting infuser to pick what you want. Whether you want sharpness or fire aspect, every possible ability is available. Simply scroll and use the arrow icons to begin customizing your desired item. This process still requires EXP but at a significantly cheaper cost. Although, this particular feature is completely configurable in the settings, which we’ll discuss later in this guide.
In cases where you want to switch around your enchantments, using an advanced enchanting infuser is required for that. This provides you the means to freely swap between abilities. For example, lowering or removing the sharpness levels gives you more EXP to spend elsewhere. This comes in handy when you don’t want to make multiple swords for different purposes, as you can now use one and tailor it to your needs.
Players who don’t have mending can still repair their enchanted gear, only possible through an advanced enchanting infuser table. Simply place the damaged item in the slot, then click the anvil icon. This costs EXP and varies depending on the severity of your durability. Fortunately, you can tweak this feature in the mod’s configuration if it’s not right for you. Keep this in mind when using Enchanting Infuser on your Minecraft server.
One of the most popular mods for Minecraft, Apotheosis, is compatible with Enchanting Infuser. This means you can freely apply custom enchantments on your weapons, tools, and armor when combining both modifications together. For example, it’s possible to select the Miner’s Fervor ability for your pickaxe rather than hoping for the best in another enchanting table.
Server owners sometimes want to personalize their gameplay experience, typically requiring editing configuration files. Fortunately, Enchanting Infuser has one for you to quickly tweak. Whether you want to alter the EXP costs or toggle certain features, you have the opportunity to do that and more. Our panel has a built-in file editor to help you accomplish this with ease. However, this process may differ on Fabric due to its design. We encourage you to check the
…/[world]/serverconfig directory for players using this mod loader. Otherwise, follow the steps below to edit your configuration file on the Forge server.
- Navigate to the
FTP File Accessand enter your login information accordingly.
- Afterward, find and enter the
configdirectory from the list.
- Once there, click the
Editbutton to the left of
- While viewing the editor, make your desired changes and press the
- Return to the main panel and
Restartthe server to apply these edits.
Occasionally you or others alike may not be able to join the Minecraft server. This tends to happen if there’s an issue on the panel, mainly being an incorrect installation of the mod. For example, failing to upload all required dependencies in the FTP panel can result in this situation. Otherwise, not choosing the right mod loader and/or version in the Game File can also contribute to the overall issue. As for anyone experiencing launcher problems, we encourage you to check if the profile used for it is correct. In other words, make sure you’re using Forge or Fabric on the client to play Minecraft with all required mods installed properly in your local files. These solutions should help resolve the situations some players may have with Enchanting Infuser. If you’re still having trouble, then consider reaching out to our Support Team for additional assistance.
While trying to configure the Enchanting Infuser mod, problems may arise for some users. This happens when removing required characters, thereby breaking the file’s format. Make sure to avoid removing necessary spaces, equal signs, quotation marks, values, and other similar aspects. This also means to ensure there are no typos or misspelled words, along with invalid numbers. After confirming there are no syntax errors, click the Save button at the top of our editor and Restart the server to apply the changes. If the situation persists, then consider pressing Force Stop on the main panel before making any edits to the configuration. In cases where nothing works, we recommend deleting the file and rebooting the server to regenerate it.
If you’ve attempted to use Apotheosis with Enchanting Infuser and it fails, then make sure you’ve downloaded all dependencies. Remember, most mods have other requirements before working properly in-game. This is true for Apotheosis, so double-check you’ve got the correct files for your desired setup. After doing this, try to see if new enchantments appear in the enchanting infuser tables. Using cheats or operator permissions is encouraged to test and confirm Apotheosis is functioning normally. However, you may have to switch game versions for all mods and the loader to get this working.