Liquid Tanks/Standard Liquids
|Required Modules||Liquid Tanks|
|Compatible MC Versions||1.12+|
Features[edit | edit source]
Liquids[edit | edit source]
Below is a list of the items or liquids, and the amount of liquid they add/remove to/from their corresponding tank.
|Type of Tank||Item||Amount of Liquid|
|Lava||Lava Bucket||1 Bucket|
|Water||Water Bucket||1 Bucket|
|Water Bottle||1/3 Bucket|
|Milk||Milk Bucket||1 Bucket|
|Rabbit Stew||Rabbit Stew||1/3 Bucket|
|Mushroom Stew||Mushroom Stew||1/3 Bucket|
|Beetroot Soup||Beetroot Soup||1/3 Bucket|
|Experience||Bottle o' Enchanting||9 XP Points|
|Enchanted Book||4 XP Points|
|Honey||Honey Bottle||1/4 Bucket|
|Honey Block||1 Bucket|
Utility Interactions[edit | edit source]
The following liquid tank interactions are added with Standard Liquids.
Milk Tanks and Cows[edit | edit source]
Cows put above an empty or milk tank will slowly add milk to the tank at a rate of one bucket every five minutes.
Milk Tanks and Entities[edit | edit source]
Players or mobs under a milk tank will have all their potion effects cleared from them at the cost of one bucket of milk consumed from the tank. The tank will continue to remove effects from the mob roughly once every second.
Mushroom Stew Tanks and Mooshrooms[edit | edit source]
Mooshrooms put above an empty or milk tank will slowly add mushroom stew to the tank at a rate of one bowl every five minutes. The tank will not continue to feed the player if their hunger bar is full.
Soup/Stew Tanks and Players[edit | edit source]
Players under a stew tank will receive a short burst of saturation that will fill six hunger points, at the cost of one bowl of stew consumed from the tank. The tank will not continue to feed the player if their hunger bar is full.
Lava Tanks and Furnaces[edit | edit source]
Lava Tanks will fuel adjacent furnaces if they contain items that require smelting, providing 1/3 a bucket of lava as required. Looking at a lava tank will link it to adjacent furnaces. This also works for smokers and blast furnaces.
Water Tanks and Cauldrons[edit | edit source]
Water Tanks will fill adjacent empty cauldrons with water, providing 1 bucket of water as required. Looking at a water tank will link it to adjacent cauldrons.
Experience Tanks, Experience Orbs, and Players[edit | edit source]
Experience Tanks will absorb Experience Orbs above (Excluding those from the Dragon). Players above an experience tank will deposit their experience into the tank, adding points equivalent to their level to the tank. Levels above 30 are treated as equal to value as level 30. Tanks will accept a level from the player even if there is not room for all the xp in the tank, which can lead to slight losses. Players below an Experience Tank will withdraw experience from the tank. The experience orbs produced in this process are purely visual and will not interact with mending.
Honey Tanks and Entities[edit | edit source]
Players or mobs under a honey tank will receive a short burst of saturation that will fill six hunger points and will clear the poison potion effect from them at the cost of one bottle of honey consumed from the tank. The tank will not continue to feed the player if their hunger bar is full.
Honey Tanks and Cauldrons[edit | edit source]
If a Honey Tank has 1 bucket of honey (4 bottles), it can cast a honey block into an adjacent cauldron. After a short time, the honey will fill up the cauldron and a honey block item will spawn inside the cauldron. Looking at a honey tank will link it to adjacent cauldrons.
Advancements[edit | edit source]
Bottle your own XP from a liquid tank
|Bottle Experience into a Bottle o' Enchanting using an XP Tank|
Learn More and Download[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
|1.12||10 Jun 2017||Released Standard Liquids|
|1.13||03 May 2019||Packaged with the base module|
|1.14||14 Jun 2019||Fixed a bug with player xp depositing|
|1.15||12 Apr 2020||Added honey tanks and honey utility interactions|
|Lava tanks can now fuel smokers and blast furnaces|