Symbols needed to make a stable world: If you select the Single Biome symbol, adding more than one biome symbol will cause instability.
It allows for the writing of and travel to new dimensions, called Ages. This mod revolves around the idea of these linking books and descriptive books that teleport you to various ages. Descriptive Book Descriptive Books are used by players to reach brand new Mystcraft ages, and by experienced writers to create entirely new ages.
When using a Descriptive Book, players must be aware of the very high possibility of Black Decay in unstable ages.
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Any form of shifting earth beyond sand or gravel is cause for alarm. Once crafted, a Descriptive Book cannot be changed, and the Symbols that make up that age cannot be retrieved.
Prior to Mystcraft 0. Linking Book A Linking Book is an essential, yet easily overlooked, tool when writing ages, as without a Linking Book back home, the player can be trapped forever in an age. It is the first thing you should create when starting MystCraft.
When used, a Linking Book creates a link to the spot in which it was created, providing players a way back home should they decide to link to a new age, or acting as a convenient shortcut to specific locations in another dimension or even the same dimension, at additional cost.
To Use, right click with the book to open its interface, and then clicking on the black square in book. Again, this will only work if the linking book links to another dimension, unless the book has the Intra Linking aspect.
If you were holding the book in your inventory, the book will fall to the ground where you were standing, where it may then be subjected to environmental damage or destruction. To avoid this, the book can be safely stored and accessed from a Bookstand or Lectern.
An additional book modifier, Following, exists to keep the book in your inventory rather than dropping it, but this modifier is Only available through trading with villagers or cheats. The book will by default have the name of the age that it was created in, which you can see in the item tooltip text or in the interface, just below the book icon.
You can change this name in a Writing Desk. Notice that there will then be no other indication of the age that the book links to, aside from actually using the book and observing the age.
The Linking Panel is created in an Ink Mixer, where modifiers are also added prior to the creation of the page that will ultimately affect the behavior of the book.
To create the Linking Panel, simply place a piece of paper in the bottom-left slot of an Ink Mixer must already have inkand retrieve the Linking Panel from the bottom-right slot.
You may then craft your Descriptive Book or Linking Book. Descriptive Books are created in the Book Binder, while Linking Books are created in a crafting grid with a piece of Leather.
Notebook A Notebook is a place to store Symbols. It can be used in tandem with a Writing Desk to allow you to write your own Ages.
The top-left slot holds leather for the binding of the books. The gray area below is where you place the pages of the book you are working on. You use a Linking Panel and either paper or a blank page or more for a random age, or one or more symbol pages to describe the age you are constructing.
Doing so will cause the resulting book to show up in the top-right slot. Notebooks can also be emptied into the gray area, or an empty notebook can pick back up the pages from the gray area. You may name the book in the black slot at the very top.
Once you have removed the book, it is bound and cannot be interacted with further in the Book Binder. You can still rename it, however, in a Writing Desk. Book Receptacle The Book Receptacle is a mechanism that can be used to activate portals made out of Crystal to transport the player between Ages.
The Book Receptacle itself requires eight Crystal to make. The Book Receptacle must be placed on an outside not where the portal would form face of a valid portal made out of Crystal and then right-clicked with either a Linking Book or a Descriptive Book.
The portal will then activate, similar to a Nether Portal; however, there is no wait time between entering the portal and being transported, unlike a Nether portal. The Book Receptacle and Crystal portals are mostly aesthetic, serving mostly the same function as a Bookstand. However, the Bookstand cannot transport entities such as Cows, Pigs or Sheep to alternate Mystcraft ages, a function which the Book Receptacle combined with a crystal portal can fulfill.
With usage of this block and a portal made of crystal, it is possible to transport animals including very exotic animals, such as Mooshrooms and mobs from the Twilight Forest between dimensions, allowing for the usage of a Mystcraft age as a sort of alternate overworld if so desired.
However, there is a catch, sometimes when traveling through a Mystcraft portal, the game crashes.
Right-clicking on the stand while holding a book will place it on the stand. This will help prevent accidentally losing your age, or otherwise being trapped within an age.Be aware that if you write "Sky Biome" into an age, and the biome at 0,0 in that age is "sky", then you may have to fight an ender dragon that will probably tear up the landscape.
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Gameknight is hot on the trail of Entity, who has kidnapped Weaver. He follows the mysterious villain into the strange mod world of Mystcraft. Linking Books are the main mechanism to get back from an Age into the Overworld, as when you enter an Age via Descriptive Book, you don't generate a handy little portal or anything to return to the Overworld, and if you don't bring a Linking Book, you'll be stuck forever, as dying in .
Crafting the books and bookstand Edit. There are 3 books in Mystcraft, namely the Notebook, Descriptive Book, and the Linking Book.. A Notebook may be used to store all symbols found in your journey, symbols kept in your notebook may be duplicated for other books in the Writing Desk.
Jan 05, · Myst linking books and mechanics (in the Myst games): Descriptive book: The first book written that leads to a new age.
If the book is changed to much after written it well link to a new age that looks kinda like the old one.