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|addedby = Falling Meteors}}The Meteor Shield prevents meteors from falling around the shield. Once placed, it will take a moment to charge. You can bypass the initial charging sequence by right-clicking the shield with a [[Meteor Chip]]. Once charged, it will protect your land from meteors.
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[[File:2013-09-02_22.45.46.png|thumb|225px|The area protected by a basic Meteor Shield, outlined using Protected Land Testers.]]
 
[[File:2013-07-17_22.23.54.png|thumb|Fully upgraded Meteor Shield]]
 
[[File:2013-07-17_22.23.54.png|thumb|Fully upgraded Meteor Shield]]
You can increase the radius of the shield by using [[Red Meteor Gem]]s to upgrade the shield. 4 Red Meteor Gems can be used to fully upgrade the shield. They are used by right clicking on the shield with the gem in hand. Once 4 gems are used, the shield will be at full power and it will shoot a purple beam into the sky. This beam will change color every time it deflects a meteor, depending upon which type of Meteor it just blocked and who is the owner of the Meteor Shield.
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The '''Meteor Shield''' is a block added by the [[Falling Meteors]] mod. Its purpose is to protect the area of land it is placed in from the effects of meteors. Once placed, it will take a moment to charge. A player can immediately finish the initial charging sequence by right-clicking the shield with a [[Meteor Chip]]. Once charged, it will protect land within a certain radius from meteors.
   
You can test to see if your land is protected by using a [[Protected Land Tester]]. If the Protected Land Tester lights up, then it means the land is protected.
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The basic Meteor Shield protects up to 64 blocks away from its center, meaning that its protection will be circular instead of square. The fully upgraded shield protects 320 blocks.
   
[[File:2013-09-02_22.45.46.png|thumb|225px|The area protected by a basic Meteor Shield, outlined using Protected Land Testers.]]
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One can increase the radius of the shield by using [[Red Meteor Gem]]s to upgrade the shield. The shield begins at 20% power and each Red Meteor Gem will add 20%, meaning 4 Red Meteor Gems fully upgrade the shield. Once 4 gems are used, the shield will be at full power and will fire a purple beam into the sky akin to [[Vanilla]] [[Minecraft]]'s [[Beacon]]. This beam will change color every time it deflects a meteor, depending upon the type of Meteor it just blocked and the owner of the Meteor Shield.
   
The basic Meteor Shield protects up to 75 blocks away from it's center, however, it does not protect in a square, and it can be observed to lean toward one corner of the polygon it protects. [See image right]
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One can test to see if his land is protected by using a [[Protected Land Tester]]. If the Protected Land Tester lights up, then it means the land is protected.
   
== Crafting ==
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== Crafting Recipe ==
 
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Note: It requires meteor chip, which is obtained from fallen meteor, incase you want to craft this early (preventing meteor from your starting house), it can be found near bedrock when mining.
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== Notes ==
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*Meteor Shields may not protect from [[Meteor Summoners|summoned meteors]] depending on its settings.
   
Note: The Meteor Shield will NOT deflect spawned meteors.
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== History ==
[[Category:Blocks]]
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* This block does not exist in Hexxit 2.0 versions due to the removal of the [[Falling Meteors]] mod, but was however added back in Hexxit 3.0 versions and later. Hexxit 4.0 will be added soon.
[[Category:Falling Meteorites]]
 

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The area protected by a basic Meteor Shield, outlined using Protected Land Testers.

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Fully upgraded Meteor Shield

The Meteor Shield is a block added by the Falling Meteors mod. Its purpose is to protect the area of land it is placed in from the effects of meteors. Once placed, it will take a moment to charge. A player can immediately finish the initial charging sequence by right-clicking the shield with a Meteor Chip. Once charged, it will protect land within a certain radius from meteors.

The basic Meteor Shield protects up to 64 blocks away from its center, meaning that its protection will be circular instead of square. The fully upgraded shield protects 320 blocks.

One can increase the radius of the shield by using Red Meteor Gems to upgrade the shield. The shield begins at 20% power and each Red Meteor Gem will add 20%, meaning 4 Red Meteor Gems fully upgrade the shield. Once 4 gems are used, the shield will be at full power and will fire a purple beam into the sky akin to Vanilla Minecraft's Beacon. This beam will change color every time it deflects a meteor, depending upon the type of Meteor it just blocked and the owner of the Meteor Shield.

One can test to see if his land is protected by using a Protected Land Tester. If the Protected Land Tester lights up, then it means the land is protected.

Crafting Recipe Edit

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Meteor Chip

Cobblestone

Cobblestone

Meteor Chip

Redstone

Cobblestone

Meteor Chip

Cobblestone

Cobblestone

Meteor Shield


Notes Edit

  • Meteor Shields may not protect from summoned meteors depending on its settings.

History Edit

  • This block does not exist in Hexxit 2.0 versions due to the removal of the Falling Meteors mod, but was however added back in Hexxit 3.0 versions and later. Hexxit 4.0 will be added soon.
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