- This page is about the Witchery Altar. For other uses, see .
The Altar is both a block and a multiblock structure added by Witchery. The block is used to build the multiblock structure, the Altar. This structure is built in a 2x3 formation and will appear with a cloth covering the top when built properly. The Altar is used to provide power for rituals, Distilleries, Kettles, and other magical devices and actions.
Upgrades[edit | edit source]
The Altar can be powered by placing various blocks and items on the top face of the structure, and around the structure. How much power the altar currently has, the maximum power it can have, and its recharge rate can be seen in the Altar's GUI as
current power/maximum power (recharge rate).
Non-standard upgrades[edit | edit source]
Non-standard upgrades can only be placed on top of the Altar structure. Only one of each non-standard upgrade may be used per Altar. Upgrades listed with more than one item such as Recharge Rate Boost and Power Boost Multiplier will stack when used on a single altar; this can be shown by placing both a Wither Skeleton Skull and an empty Chalice on the altar. The boost in power will be more using both items than if using one or the other.
|Upgrade||Power boost||Recharge rate boost||Power boost multiplier||Distribution range boost|
|Wither Skeleton Skull||+2||+2x|
Standard upgrades[edit | edit source]
Standard upgrades can be placed anywhere within the Altar's range of 16 blocks from the center blocks of the altar and be counted towards their individual block maximums. This range extends along the x, y and z axis and can be doubled by placing an Arthana on the altar. By placing a variety of standard items around an altar you can significantly increase the altar power available for use.
|Upgrade||Power boost||Maximum block amount|
|Any of Witchery's leaves||4||50|
|Any of Witchery's logs||3||100|
|Any block with the OreDict tag treeSapling||4||20|
|Any block with the OreDict tag treeLeaves||3||100|
|Red or brown mushroom||3||20 per type|
|Large red or brown mushroom blocks||3||20 per type|
|Any block with the OreDict tag logWood||2||50|
|Any flower not added by Vanilla||2||4|
Tip: placing an altar in an organized farm field will save both space and time running for materials as they should be within just a few blocks of the altar.
A Mystic Branch can be placed on top of the Altar, but this has no functional purpose; it is purely decorational.
Recipe[edit | edit source]
Construction[edit | edit source]