9,185 ARTICLES
ON THIS WIKI

Oreberry Bush

Oreberry Bush
Oreberry Bush

Oreberry Bush

Name Oreberry Bush
Source Mod Tinkers' Construct
ID Name Unknown
Type Block
Stackable Yes (64)
Solid Yes
Transparent No
Affected by Gravity No
Emits Light No
Flammable No
Required Tool Any tool

The Oreberry Bush is a Berry Bush introduced by Tinkers' Construct that grows special Oreberries which can be harvested and smelted into nuggets of that type of ore, or in the case of the Essense Oreberry, eaten for XP.

Like the other berry bushes, a single bush has 3 stages of growth, and doesn't produce berries until its final stage. Berries can be harvested by left- or right-clicking on the bush when berries are visible. Unlike other berry bushes, however, they do not sprout a new bush on top of them, making oreberry bushes a non-renewable resource.

Oreberry bushes can only be planted on any solid block, or on top of another fully grown bush, and can only be planted in light level 6 or below. They grow and produce best in darker environments. Note that the Essence Oreberry Bush does not have these light constraints. Bushes can be planted on top of each other by building a stack of solid blocks, then placing the bush on the solid block. Remove one solid block and put the next bush on the solid block below.

When a mob collides with an oreberry bush, it does damage similar to a cactus, however it does not destroy items that come into contact with it. If a player dies to an oreberry bush, the death message is "<player> was pricked to death"

Note: While using the Unifier from MineFactory Reloaded, you can change every Oreberry (except the essence Oreberry) into their nugget counterpart without the need of smelting them, saving time (as it is instant) and power (as the machine doesn't use power to operate). Depending on your modpacks it is also possible crafting 9 Oreberries (Iron, Copper, Tin) into one Ingot.

Automation: It is possible to use the Harvester from MineFactory Reloaded for harvesting. Note that the harvesters only looks for berries at its height level.

Oreberry Bushes[edit]