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The Enchantment Table is a block. Enchanting works in three stages and the effects are based on the spell you choose, but a random loot element is included as well. Each spell costs the player experience levels but in return allows the player to enchant armor and tools so that they will be more powerful and last longer. Enchanted items have more of a glossy look.
The Table will enchant swords, bow, shovels, pickaxes, and axes made of wood, stone, iron, gold, and diamond, as well as all armor. The hoe, shears, fishing rod and flint and steel cannot be enchanted.
If the table is surrounded by Bookshelves, with one block of air in between, various particles shaped like the glyphs from the enchantment interface float from the bookshelves into the book part of the table only when the player is nearby. Having Bookshelves near an enchantment table will increase the potency of enchantments.
Enchantment names are randomly constructed from the following list of words. Three to five words are chosen from the list and appended to each other, then displayed in the Standard Galactic Alphabet. Note that the names have no meaning and are not saved on the enchanted item (meaning they will tell you nothing about what the resulting spell will be), they are only displayed in the Enchantment Table interface.
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Repairing an enchanted weapon/tool will remove the enchantment on it.
When an enchanted weapon deals bonus damage to a mob, circular blue particles fly off of that mob, similar to getting a critical hit.
There are several levels on most enchants, and when you enchant you can get several enchants on each weapon/tool/armor.
Main article: Enchanting
Enchantment names are randomly constructed from a long list of words. Three to five words are chosen from the list and appended to each other, creating the enchantment name. Any name can be chosen for any item. Note that the names are not actually saved with the item, they are only displayed in the Enchantment Table interface, albeit with the Standard Galactic Alphabet.
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