Using Armor Stand to create enchanted variants of the common armors and weapons is a great idea. It provides a way for modders to incorporate enchanted variants of all vanilla items, giving players a much wider range of options when creating armor and weapons. You may think that you can only have one type of armor in this game, but no longer! You can now craft enchanted variants of the most used armors and weapons in vanilla, allowing you to enjoy a much wider range of play styles in Minecraft. This guide will show you exactly how to get started.
To use an armor stand, you need to first purchase it. There are several different types, so you will want to choose wisely. For example, if you are looking for a specific skin, there are several different types of armor stands. If you want to craft dragonbone, enchanted with both fire and frost, there are also several different types. The more flexible you are with your choices, the better off you are going to be in your journey to craft the best enchanted variants of the vanilla items you find. In fact, by being flexible, you can tailor your armor stand to specifically match your character and playing style!
Enchanting an armor stand should be relatively easy. You start off with a schematic panel, which shows you what you need to craft. After you have created the armor stand, you simply craft the item using the same schematics that you used for the base item. Once the item is finished, you can add enchantments to the item. Once again, I recommend that you have a blueprint. This allows you to ensure that you craft exactly what you intend.
The recipes that come with the stand can do a lot for you. For instance, you can craft a bow or a crossbow from the stand, allowing you to have an extra inventory. With the right combination of arrows, enchantments, and a bow or crossbow, you can easily make dozens of high damage attacks on unsuspecting mobs or monsters.
Once you craft an armor stand, you will find that they are incredibly useful for any gamer, at any level! Even if you are just starting to play the game, you can use a stand as a backup for another item in your inventory. I mean, let’s say that you need an extra weapon to help you kill something. Instead of getting the boring and redundant knife, you can get your hands on an enchanted spear instead! What a time saver!
So why would anyone not craft their own weapon? Well, for one thing, it takes a long time to craft something like this. Second, you have to go back to town to sell it or pick it up, depending on where you gathered it. But, when you think about it, how much money you can save and how much fun you can have crafting these unique items!