Thanks! One more, transformation powder?
Quite a lot of the "Twilight Forest" creatures have counterparts in the Overworld. The transformation works both ways, so you can use one powder to turn a pig into a deer, as well as turn a deer into a pig.I think Transformation Powder turns sheep into rams and pigs into boars and suchlike.
Evidently the stone bees are there so you can extract their delicious genes via breeding, not their delicious honey via centrifuge. DW20 seemed very enthusiastic about the nocturnal trait they all have in his recent SMP letsplays.Here's one for the bee keepers: Is it to be expected that, when centrifuged, "Rocky Comb" does rarely ever get me anything, save for a beeswax out of three, maybe? I'm confused as every other comb gives beeswax and some other stuff - 'cept the Rocky Combs. Three out of five I get a wax, other two - nothing at all. This is intended behaviour?
Warded glass is made through thaumcraft, you have to research the recipe in your thauminomicon.Q. How the hell do you make warded glass? NEI doesn't have any recipe and it's not on the FTB wiki or the TC3 wiki either.
That's an incentive to use a manual farm and use as efficient design as you can make.I meant inefficient, as when making a wheat farm, the water is placed every other 2 blocks, instead of maximizing the space you can get for hydration of farmland.
Check whether your version of Forge is compatible with your version of Optifine. If you're using the latest Optifine with the latest FTB, they are not. You will need to either upgrade your Forge or downgrade your Optifine.Is anyone else having trouble with optifine and water behavior in SSP?
Also note that the recipe is shown in the same place as the warded stone and the door. Took me a while to find it when that version of Thaumcraft came out, only to find that i already knew it because i'd already researched the warded stone.Warded glass is made through thaumcraft, you have to research the recipe in your thauminomicon.