Grains of Infinity

VT-14 edited this page Apr 27, 2018 · 1 revision

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Grains of Infinity are created by setting Bedrock on fire and letting it burn out naturally. Provided that the fire burns for long enough, there is a 50% chance of it spawning Grains of Infinity. Sometimes the fire burns out to quickly, so the actual chance is slightly under 50%.

Grains of Infinity are not fire proof. They do survive a little longer that most items, but they can be destroyed by fire.

If Fire Ticks are disabled, Ender IO will cause fires on Bedrock to burn out after a certain amount of time.

Starting fires automatically is easy to do using a vanilla Dispenser and a redstone clock, Observer, or Block Detector. Vanilla Dispensers only use a Flint and Steel if the block in front of them is air or TNT, otherwise they do nothing.

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