Vanilla-Inspired Teleporters adds a teleporter block fits seamlessly into the Vanilla Minecraft playing experience. Only one new block is created, which is the teleporter itself. Stand on the teleporter, and teleport with ease!
Teleporters exist on circular networks; each teleporter links to the next teleporter on the network, and the last teleporter links to the first one. Players define networks by inserting a key into the teleporter by right clicking it, which can be a block, an item, or no key at all. Teleporter networks are defined by their key - teleporters may only teleport to other teleporters with the same key.
Ender Teleporters behave exactly the same as their regular counterparts. Unlike regular teleporters, however, ender teleporters can also teleport between dimensions, whereas regular teleporters cannot.
Players can also block or lock teleporters. Blocking is achieved by placing a non-passable block either one or two spaces above the teleporter. When a teleporter is blocked, no player can enter or exit, and other teleporters on the network will skip the blocked teleporter. Locking is achieved by supplying redstone power to the teleporter. When a teleporter is locked, players may enter through the teleporter but not exit, and other teleporters on the network will skip the locked teleporter.
Recipe - Teleporter
This recipe creates 1 teleporter block.
An alternate recipe with iron blocks instead of diamonds can be chosen from the mod's configuration file.
Recipe - Ender Teleporter
This recipe creates 1 ender teleporter block.
An alternate recipe with obsidian blocks instead of diamonds can be chosen from the mod's configuration file.
The teleporter menu is accessed via. right-clicking (like a chest or
furnace). When you open the menu, you are presented with a key slot. Any
item placed inside the key slot will act as the key for the teleporter,
allowing it to only teleport to other teleporters with the same key.
Unique items (such as maps and books) can be used to make very
specific teleporter networks. The teleporter matches the author name and
title of the book when checking for a suitable destination. As for
maps, only maps and their copies can teleport between each other. This
way you can have good control over who has access!
Up, Down, and All-Around
Teleporters are now slabs, so they can be placed on the upper or lower half of a block. To change the side, simply sneak-right click on the teleporter with an empty hand and sidearm. In addition, teleporters now have a facing direction. Teleporters will face you when you place them, and players and mobs that are teleported will face that direction when they arrive at your teleporter.