The Rift Blade is a weapon in the Dimensional Doors mod. It can function as a weapon, but can can also open up portals to Pocket Dimensions. Holding Right-click with the Rift Blade in your hand and then releasing will create a portal that functions like a Dimensional Door.
You can also use the blade to teleport short distances by looking at an enemy and right clicking. The Teleport function will override the Pocket Dimension function until the player is not looking at a mob, or they are too close to the target to teleport.
It is very commonly found in top-tier dungeon chests and top floor battle tower chests. Also, if stuck in Limbo, right click (hold) to make a door out.(Verification Needed)
- You can open portals in Pocket Dimensions to go one step further from the Overworld.
- Travelling through the portal will close it in the Overworld, not allowing anything else through it, unless they are able to reopen it with another Rift Blade, or a Dimensional Door.
- If a mob walks through an open portal, it will close behind it, and the mob will be permanently locked in that dimension, unless there is another open portal in said dimension, another player creates a portal out, or the mob is an Endermen.
- An Infernal Mob that is put into the portal will still travel through and maintain it's current health, but will lose any other "Boss" type statuses.
- Spawing several portals and going through them may cause "Ender Rage". Endermen will start spawing and attacking the place. This is an unpleasant experience because fighting them will not bring any good and the "hole" will keep spreading, having its center there, where you opened up the portals, destroying blocks and chests, making the contents fall out. Solution to the situation is found to be: 1) Going in Peaceful 2) Using the Rift Remover all over the area 3) Smothering the "hole" with water.
- Having a rift blade will get you banned in most hexxit servers due to risk of possibly ruining the server.
- Can cause world and server instability. Use with caution.
- It has been reported that putting villagers in pocket dimensions can crash the game. (The more PC lags the better the chance)