How to Add more Modifiers in Tinkers Construct 1.12.2?
If you’re like me, then you love tinkers construct. There’s just something about being able to create customized tools that appeal to my creative side. And while tinkers construct is excellent as it is, there’s always room for improvement. In this blog post, I will show you how to add more modifiers in tinkers construct 1.12.2.
What is tinkers’ Construct?
It is a mod created by mDiyo and Ghostwolf that adds an entirely customizable tool-making system to Minecraft. It allows for more complex tools, more customization than the vanilla tool-making system, and some compelling combinations if used correctly.
One of the best things about tinkers’ Construct is that it allows for much customization. You can add different materials to your tools to change their properties, and you can also add modifiers to increase further the efficiency, sharpness or other properties of your tools.
What are modifiers in tinkers construct 1.12.2?
Modifiers are used in tinkers construct 1.12.2 to change the properties of your tools and weapons. They can be used to add extra damage, speed, durability, or even a unique ability. There are many different modifiers available, and you can even create your custom modifiers.
How to add tinkers construct modifiers?
You will need to use the Modifier Table to add a modifier to your tool or weapon. This table can be found in the Tinker’s Construct menu, under the “Tools” tab. To use the table, place your tool or weapon in the left slot and the modifier you wish to add in the right slot. You can then use the arrows to increase or decrease the modifier’s level.
Some modifiers can only be applied to certain types of tools or weapons. For example, the Sharpness modifier can only be added to weapons such as swords and daggers. Others, like the Luck modifier, can be added to any type of tool or weapon.
Some modifiers can only be added to certain materials. For example, the Diamond modifier can only be added to tools and weapons made of diamond. Once you have added a modifier to your tool or weapon, you will need to use the Tool Station or the Weapon Smith’s Table to apply the changes. These tables can be found in the Tinker’s Construct menu, under the “Blocks” tab.
The Tool Station is used to modify tools, while the Weapon Smith’s Table is used to modify weapons. To use either table, place your tool or weapon in the left slot and the modifier you wish to apply in the right slot. You can then use the arrows to increase or decrease the modifier’s level.
All types of tinkers construct modifiers?
There are many different types of modifiers available in tinkers construct 1.12.2. These include comfortable, clumsy, adept, expert, master, legendary, godlike, fantastic, heroic, and many others. Each one offers a different type of benefit to the player, and each has additional requirements that must be met to be obtained.
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Benefits of tinkers construct modifiers:
There are too many benefits to list here, but some of the main benefits are:
- You can add more modifiers to your tools, making them more robust and durable.
- You can customize the modifiers to your liking, making your tools unique.
- Modifiers can be used to make tools more efficient, meaning you can get more work done with less effort.
- You can add special effects to your tools with modifiers, such as increased damage or fire resistance.
Now that we’ve gone over some of the benefits of adding more modifiers to your tinker’s construct tools let’s move on to the guide.
Non-tinkers construct modifiers:
Some other modifiers can be added to your tinkers construct tools, but they are not part of the tinkers construct mod. These are called “non-tinkers construct modifiers,” and they can be added using other mods.
Some of the most popular non-tinkers construct modifiers are:
This modifier can be added using the Mending Enchantment mod. It will repair your tools and weapons over time, making them last longer.
As the name suggests, Unbreaking increases the durability of your tools. It’s a significant modifier if you’re using your tools a lot and don’t want them to break easily.
This non-tinker modifier allows you to get the best items in mining. For example, if you’re mining for coal, you’re more likely to get a diamond if you have the Fortune modifier.
The Looting modifier increases the chance of getting better items when looting mobs. Besides this, the modifier gives a slight chance of getting double drops. The maximum level for the Looting modifier is 3.
This is one of the most commonly used modifiers in non-tinkers’ Construct. It allows your tool to deal extra damage to mobs when you hit them in the head. It’s an excellent modifier for any melee weapon and is especially useful for swords. To add the Beheading modifier to your tool, you will need 1x Diamond and 2x Emerald. Place the Diamond in the middle of the crafting grid and surround it with the emerald. This will give you 1 Beheading modifier.
It allows you to increase the damage of your weapon. To do this, you need to put the tool on the grinder and turn it until it becomes sharp. You can also use the sharpening kit if you don’t want to use the grinder.
This blog post showed you how to add more tinkers construct modifiers 1.7.10. We hope this guide was helpful and that you can now take your tinkers construct tools to the next level. Besides this, don’t forget to have fun while playing around with the different modifier combinations. Who knows, you might create the ultimate tool.
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