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Glyph of Preservation
|Glyph of Preservation|
|Name||Glyph of Preservation|
|Source Mod||Automagy 1|
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Thaumcraft 4 Research Notes
Research aspects in this item
"The thirsty tank could do so much more with liquid than gather and store a few buckets' worth. To unlock its potential, you have devised a system of glyphs and a special Aqua-imbued inky paste to go with it. When this "aqueous admixture" is formed into the right shape alongside objects with appropriate properties, it can be magically impressed upon a slate, becoming a portable glyph that can be applied to the side of a thirsty tank.
A thirsty tank can have up to six glyphs, one on each of its sides. The side chosen is important in some cases since certain glyphs' effects are "aimed" in that direction.
To remove a glyph, simply right-click the side it was placed upon while sneaking with a wand.
The glyphs you've designed so far and their effects are as follows:
Void: The tank will accept more liquid than it can hold. The excess is destroyed.
Consumption: The tank will, over time, truly consume (destroy) any liquid it stores. Use additional glyphs for faster consumption.
Siphoning: Liquid will be siphoned out of the tank into another container in the direction specified.
Envy: The tank will take liquid from the container in the direction
specified, one bucket's worth at a time.
Temperance: The tank will not pull liquid into itself unless it is receiving a redstone signal.
Preservation: The tank will prevent itself from being drained entirely. You could use this to ensure a tank will only ever contain a specific fluid.
Guzzler: The tank draws liquid into itself faster. More glyphs improve its speed further.
Reservoir: The tank's capacity is increased by 16 buckets' worth for each of these glyphs."
Glyph of Preservation has no known uses in crafting.