|Last Updated by||SpecialBuilder32|
|Required Modules||Custom Crafters|
|Latest MC Version(s)||1.13|
This module allows you to craft lightning rods to summon lightning at any location.
Details[edit | edit source]
Throwing a lightning rod on the ground will initiate a countdown of approximately 3 seconds. The time until the rod attracts lightning is displayed above it, and particles are emitted from the rod. During this time, the rod can be picked up again to cancel the countdown. Once the countdown has reached zero, a bolt of lightning is summoned at it's location and the item is destroyed.
Dropping a lightning rod onto a purpur block, will turn it into a Shulker upon the lightning strike. Dropping a lightning rod onto a creeper spawner will convert it into a charged creeper spawner.
Technical Summary[edit | edit source]
The rod will only start counting down once it touches the floor. Multiple rods stacked together will not count down.
When a shulker is created with lightning rods, it will have a 1/10 chance to drop a shulker shell upon death. Looting does not affect this drop rate.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
Lightning rods can be crafted in a custom crafter using blaze powder surrounding a stick.
|Item||Ingredients||Recipe (Custom Crafter)|
|Lightning Rod (x1)||8x Blaze Powder, 1x Stick|
Advancements[edit | edit source]
|Dr. Frankenstein||It's alive! Create a Shulker||Strike a purpur block with a lightning rod|
Learn More and Download[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
|1.8||17 Feb 2014||Released Lightning Rods|
|1.9-1.10||17 Oct 2016||Updated for 1.9 command format|
|Added "Dr. Frankenstein" achievement|
|1.11||?? Dec 2016||Updated for 1.11 command format|
|1.12||10 Jun 2017||Updated for 1.12 command format|
|1.13||24 Nov 2018||Updated for 1.13 data packs|
Previous Versions[edit | edit source]
MC 1.8 Version[edit | edit source]
The MC 1.8 Version did not have achievements. Additionally, Shulkers were not in the game, thus could not be created by striking a purpur block.
MC 1.9-12. Versions[edit | edit source]
In the MC 1.9-1.12 versions, the advancements were actually a simulated achievement, using tellraw to show the message. This has been transferred to advancements upon the release of the 1.13 version.