With this device, one converts items into pure Aether, usable for creating any other item
You put the items you want converted into the left slots; the resulting Aether is stored in the bar on the right. Hold ‘shift’ to find the AV of any items in this GUI and any other Aether-containing GUI. By default, this device holds 16,386 AV.
Well, you’ve converted some stuff into Aether, and now you want to do something with it. How, you may ask? With this device, of course! You use this device to turn Aether into items. Just connect it to an Extractor (or any other Aether-containing device)
You put the item you want in the leftmost slot. If there is Aether available, this device will then begin converting Aether into the item specified; these items will go into the rightmost slots. By default, this machine holds 16,386 AV.
These blocks are tubes through which aether can flow, if given such an impulse. devices connected by these conduits will share AV if the need arises
And there you go, your devices are linked! Use these to get around those pesky AV storage limits. They do not store any AV internally; they only transmit it.
This device combines the features of the Aether Extractor and Condenser, allowing you to both turn items to and from Aether in one device
The slots in the bottom are where you put the items you want converted into Aether. If you want to turn Aether back into items, put something in the top slot, and as long as it has an AV, copies of that item will appear in the bottom slots.
Also from this GUI you can check how much AV is stored internally and the AV conversion loss percentage (it’s in the config settings). By default, this block can hold up to 32,768 AV.
This block allows you to both store excess AV and to charge your Aether Batteries
o begin putting AV into this device, just place it next to an Aether Manipulator. The GUI is mainly for charging batteries; to charge one, put it into the bottom slot; to discharge it, put it in the top. By default, this block can hold up to 65,536 AV.
Of course, your devices have their limits. By default, Conduits and the like can only transfer 8192 AV to and from them; this mean that you’ll have a hard time manipulating anyhthing beefier than diamonds. Your current devices are simply too weak to deal with such amounts of Aether! However, there is one way to create the things you need for more powerful devices: The Aether Infuser.
This device allows you to further refine your Aetology through the creation of Aether-infused materials. The Aether Infuser takes Aether and saturates objects with it, producing powerful new components used to upgrade your devices.
If you put Gold Ingots into the device and provide an amount of AV equal to three times its cost, the Infuser will eventually produce a bar of gold infused with pure Aether; an Infused Ingot, if you will.
These Infused Ingots can be combined to form both blocks and bricks. Even better, their more Aetheral properties cause them to emit low light levels! They’re great for building.
You can also create Aetheral Foci by putting diamonds into the Infuser. These gems contain great amounts of magic!
Most importantly of all, you can use these new objects to create machines capable of holding and transceiving 4 times the AV lower-tier devices can:
If one can infuse ingots with Aether, what will stop one from further Aether infusion? The answer is: Nothing! One can infuse Infused Ingots AGAIN to produce even more potent stuff:
These are Gilded Ingots, and they produce Gilded machines. Gilded with what, you may ask? Gold, of course!
With this Golden Matter, one can produce ever more powerful devices, these capable of handling up to over 131 thousand AV by default:
There are also new devices that require Infused materials.
This device repairs your tools! Just put in a tool and some AV, and this device will slowly repair your tool. The amount of AV needed will be equal to the AV of the corresponding fraction repaired. Repairing in this manner will keep enchantments intact, so it’s a great alternative to the anvil!