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Genesis of the Void

Aether I


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Icestone Cooler
Display Icestone Cooler.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid Icestone Cooler.png
Sell Value Gilt 4  Gilt 90 
Transparent No
Luminance No
Blast Resistance 17.5
Tool Pickaxe
Renewable No
Stackable Yes (64)
Flammable No
Drops Itself
Data Value See Data values
ID Name See Data values


Icestone Coolers are used for cooling items in the Aether.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Icestone Coolers can be mined using any pickaxe. If mined without a pickaxe, it drops nothing.

Block Grid Icestone Cooler.png Icestone Cooler
Hardness 3.5
Tool Pickaxe
Breaktex.png Breaking time[note 1]
Hand 17.5
Skyroot 2.65
Holystone 1.35
Zanite[note 2] 0.9 - 0.3
Arkenium 0.7
Gravitite 0.7
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.
  2. Times in order are the slowest to fastest mining speeds based on the tool's durability.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Ingredients Crafting Recipe
Holystone +
Skyroot Planks +
Arkenium Plate +
Icestone

Crafting GUI.png

Grid Arkenium Plate.png

Grid Holystone.png

Grid Skyroot Planks.png

Grid Arkenium Plate.png

Grid Icestone.png

Grid Skyroot Planks.png

Grid Arkenium Plate.png

Grid Holystone.png

Grid Skyroot Planks.png

Grid Icestone Cooler.png


Usage[edit | edit source]

Cooling[edit | edit source]

The Icestone Cooler's GUI

The Icestone Cooler can be right clicked to open its GUI. The GUI consists of five slots. The bottom left one acts as a fuel slot in which Icestone can be put into. The slot above the fuel slot and the slot to the left of it both act as input slots, in which crafting ingredients can be put into. The two slots on the right act as output slots, in which crafted items will be output. The Icestone Cooler is functionally the same as a furnace other than the additional slots that allow for more complex crafting.

Data values[edit | edit source]

Block Namespaced ID
Grid Icestone Cooler.png Icestone Cooler aether:icestone_cooler

Issues[edit | edit source]

Issues relating to Icestone Cooler are maintained on the Aether Issue Tracker. Report issues for Icestone Cooler there.

History[edit | edit source]

Aether II: Highlands Alpha
Initial release Introduced.
1.10b4 Now has crafting recipe.
1.10b6 Renamed to Icestone Cooler.
1.11b1. Has new textures and a new recipe.
1.11b5 Now has partial functionality, cools irradiated items using Icestone.
1.12.2-1.0.0 Block behavior/function fixed.

Altar
Type Utility Block
Transparent No
Luminance No
Blast Resistance 10
Tool A Skyroot Pickaxe or better is required to mine this block
Renewable No
Stackable Yes (64)
Flammable No
Drops Itself
Data Value See Data values
ID Name See Data values


Made from Zanite and Holystone. Enchants items and repairs tools
~ Book of Lore

Altars are a type of utility block found in the Aether.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

An altar requires a Skyroot Pickaxe or better to be obtained, in which when mined, it will drop itself. If mined without a pickaxe, it will drop nothing and be destroyed.

Block Altar.png Altar
Hardness 2
Tool Skyroot Pickaxe
Breaktex.png Breaking time
Hand 10
Skyroot 1.52
Holystone 0.92
Zanite and Valkyrie* 0.76
Gravitite 0.52

*Times are from unenchanted tools in seconds, and Zanite with max durability.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Crafting Recipe
Altar Mossholystone +
Zanite Gemstone

Crafting GUI.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Zanite Gemstone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Mossholystone.png

Grid Altar.png


Usage[edit | edit source]

Altars are used to enchant items, which turns them into enchanted versions. Right-clicking the Altar with Ambrosium Shards will place them on the Altar. To enchant blocks and/or items, place them on the Altar via right-clicking, and it does not matter if Ambrosium Shards were added first or afterwards.

To remove shards, rightclick the Altar with anything other than possible enchantable blocks or items, and the shards will drop out. It can also repair both vanilla and mod items, although this function has been partially covered by the Anvil as of Minecraft 1.4.2.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Icon Achievement In-game description Prerequisites Actual requirements (if different)
Do You Believe in Magic.png Do You Believe in Magic? Craft an Altar Enlightenment Enchant a block or item using an Altar

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Altars were called the Enchanter back in The Aether, looked more like an Incubator and had a GUI similar to the overworld Furnace.

History[edit | edit source]

The Aether[edit | edit source]

Aether II[edit | edit source]

  • Initial release: Introduced, is now interactive and has a different appearance
  • 1.7.10-1.2: Fixed ticking Altar crash
  • 1.7.10-1.5: Fixed not being able to remove items on the Altar with an empty hand.

Upcoming[edit | edit source]

Data values[edit | edit source]

Altar's data values are:

Name ID name DV
Grid Altar.png Altar aether:altar 281 (dec), 119 (hex), ‭000100011001‬ (bin)


Gallery[edit | edit source]

The Aether[edit | edit source]

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