Enderfuge is the perfect mod for all the smelting fans out there who aren’t necessarily satisfied with the yields that they’ve been getting through the traditional smelting methods of Minecraft. Smelting is usually seen as a pretty big aspect of Minecraft’s gameplay but, in spite of this, the actual process of smelting in the vanilla version of the game feels rather inefficient at times and players aren’t able to get the desired amount of resources most of the time through the process. Fortunately, Enderfuge is here to change that because it comes players a much more efficient method of smelting through which they can get a much greater output whenever they smelt.
The Enderfuge mod adds a block known as Enderfuge into the world of Minecraft and this is the block in which the functionality of this mod lies. Crafting the block takes a bit of effort since the recipe consists of resources that are fairly uncommon so it may take a bit of effort to acquire but, in the end, it’s definitely worthwhile because of the increased smelting outputs that it offers. The Enderfuge, when crafted, will allow you to smelt gold and iron and the output will be significantly higher than what you’re used to getting through the traditional smelting methods of vanilla Minecraft.
It’s important to remember that running the Enderfuge is slightly costly since it requires a special kind of fuel in order to function. The block can run through Ender Pearls that burn for 1600 ticks, Eyes of Ender that burn for 5600 ticks and Ender Crystals that burn for 25000 ticks each. One operation of the Enderfuge lasts for about 400 ticks and you can use this to calculate the exact amount of fuel you need to power the Enderfuge. The Enderfuge mod requires CTD core to be installed beforehand, though, so you’ll need to make sure of this in order to avoid compatibility problems.
How to install Enderfuge Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.