Loot Capacitor is a Minecraft Mod that has been designed by the player character farmer, Eric Roback. It allows the player to craft more than one item at a time, thereby enabling them to have plenty of items on their characters for when they need them. But how does it work?
It works very simply by allowing the player to pick up an item and then place it on the hotbar. The hotbar is the place where all of the player’s spells and abilities are stored. Once an item is placed there, it stays there until the player either uses it or cancels it.
The way how Loot Capacitor actually functions is that it modifies the game’s current model. When you are using an enchantment or a skill, the model is modified so that it is now possible to pick up more of the item that you are trying to collect. If you collect ten stacks of sandstone dust, you can use the same to craft ten more stacks. If you have crafted twelve stacks of the same dust, you can make twenty-four. This allows the player to fill up their inventory very quickly, providing them with plenty of items to play with.
But how does it work exactly? Well, after you find a piece of ore (it doesn’t have to be in the game anymore), you will notice that a small icon has appeared above the block. When that occurs, you can click on the icon to pick it up. If you then hold down the mouse button, the ore will be dropped down from above and will be transformed into one of the four basic materials – cloth, leather, coal and iron.
At the moment, the only types of ore that drop down more frequently are iron and cloth. As time progresses, they will likely be replaced by one that has the same type of material – say coal. As for what you should do with the extra ore once you get it… Well, you can sell it on the auction house or give it away to someone. But, you can also create 1.16.5 new recipes using it, so that your character makes some money off the excess ore.
So why would someone want to use the loot capacitor? There are a few different reasons. First, if you like a challenge when playing Minecrafter, then this may be an option you want to look at. The second reason is that using the loot generator can save you money and give you a nice profit if you know what you’re doing – so it’s certainly worth checking out if you want to get better at this particular crafting profession.