What is Rezolve Mod
Rezolve Mod aims to simplify automation and provides tools to help you manage complex modded Minecraft bases.
This machine can be used to bundle a set of items into a single item. This can be used for automation/flow control purposes or for inventory storage purposes. The bundler requires RF energy, and the bigger the bundle being made, the more RF is required. In order to create a bundle, you must supply the bundler with a Bundle Pattern (see Bundle Pattern Builder below).
After you have made a bundle, you can then reduce the bundle to its constituent items via the Unbundler (see below).
Bundles can be nested, allowing for arbitrarily deep storage. However, this exponentially increases the RF cost. The cost to bundle an item is the same as the cost to unbundle an item.
The formula for the RF cost of bundling/unbundling is as follows:
(ItemCount * 100) * 2^(MaxBundleDepth)
ItemCount is the total number of items involved in the bundle (including all nested items, and including 1 point per Bundle item), and
MaxBundleDepth is the deepest level of Bundle involved in the bundle you are creating. This makes very deep bundles very expensive.
Bundle Pattern Builder
This machine is used to create patterns that are slotted into Bundlers. The Bundle Pattern Builder provides a 9×9 ghost inventory for specifying the component items of a bundle. You must then insert a Blank Bundle Pattern, and then you can extract a Bundle Pattern encoded with the items you specified. You can also color-code the bundle pattern which may help with mod compatibility and sorting/organization- to do so, insert a dye into the dye slot. The resulting bundle will be colored based on the dye.
Rezolve Mod Review:
Rezolve Mod installing instruction:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge
- Download the mod.
- Head to %appdata%.
- Head to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and put the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- If it does not exist, you can create one.