A Blaze Burner is a heating component that is required for certain Mixing recipes.
Crafting an Empty Blaze Burner
|Empty Blaze Burner||Iron Sheet +
Filling an Empty Blaze Burner
Blaze Burners must have Blazes in them to function. To put a Blaze in an Empty Blaze Burner, right-click on a Blaze to capture it. Alternatively, an Empty Blaze Burner can be filled by clicking on a Blaze Spawner.
Blaze Burners are used for Heating and Super-Heating Basins when doing Mixing recipes. Right-clicking a Blaze Burner with any item that can be used as Furnace fuel will temporarily allow Heated recipes. Right-clicking a Blaze Burner with a Blaze Cake will temporarily allow Super-Heated recipes.
The time for which the inputed fuel item will feed the blaze is equal to the time it fuels the Furnace. The Blaze inside changes its size and texture depending on the amount of fuel provided, following the phases:
- Phase 1 — Smouldering — Does not provide any heat. This is the default state, and activates initially when placing the Burner, or when the fuel runs out.
- Phase 2 — Fading — Still provides enough heat to perform recipes that require heating. Achievable with any fuel. Lasts for the fuel's burn time, but only up to 50 seconds. If the fuel burns for more than 50 seconds, Phase 3 is activated first.
- Phase 3 — Heated — Allows to perform recipes that require heating. Achievable with fuels with burn time of over 50 seconds. Lasts for the fuel's burn time minus 50 seconds.
- Phase 4 — Super-Heated — Allows to perform every Mixing recipe. Only achievable using the Blaze Cake. Always lasts for 50 seconds. The Blaze Burner cannot be re-fed during this phase.
Empty Blaze Burners can be lit on fire with a Flint and Steel as a decorative block. These do not serve as heat for recipes. While lit, they can be given Soul Sand or Soul Soil to turn the fire into Soul Fire.
Release 0.3.2: Decorative Blaze Burners can now accept soul sand to make it a soul fire.
Release 0.3: Added.