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An Enchantment Table is a block added by vanilla Minecraft that allows players to enchant certain tools, and armor. Enchanting works in three stages. Each enchantment costs the player experience levels but in return grants useful enhancements to armor and tools. The sprites and icons of enchanted items have a purple shine
The table will enchant swords, bows, shovels, pickaxes, shields, scythes, and armors of any material, some requires anvil, though. The hoe and shears cannot be enchanted by the enchantment table and require an anvil and an appropriate enchanted book. Tools made in the Tinkers' Construct mod cannot be enchanted.
The enchantment table is 0.75 blocks high.
Because of Hexxit's increased generation of ores it can be much easier to mine for the diamonds required for the Enchantment Table.
When the player right-clicks on an enchantment table, he or she is presented with a screen different from the default enchanting screen he or she may be used to, this is caused by Enchanting Plus . On the left the is the player's level, the overall cost of the enchantments that is being put on the item, and the highest potential level of enchanting based on the amount of bookshelves surrounding the table. After the player places an item in the enchanting slot, rows of potential enchants pop up on the right depending on what item is placed inside the table. When the player slides the slider for the selected enchant it will show the cost of the enchant on left.
When the player wants to put the enchant onto their item they will confirm it by pressing the E button directly below the item. And if the player also wants to repair the item they can choose to press the R button. The repair button will only work on some enchanted items. When the enchant is applied to the item the amount of levels required is subtraced from the player's levels.