Immersive Engineering Integration

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Any information written here is not a part of the core Twilight Forest Mod experience, but an addition to the mod via other mods. These mods are optional, and are not required to run the Twilight Forest Mod.

Immersive Engineering is a mod that adds various heavy machinery and tools to emphasise on a tech theme. One major aspect with Immersive Engineering Integration in Twilight Forest is the inclusion of various Shaders; items that decorate certain items with a custom design.

Shader Bag[edit]

Shader Bags are items that contain Shaders. When right-clicked, they will be consumed, and a random Shader will be returned to the player. Unlike Immersive Engineering's Shader Grabbags, Twilit Shader Bags are a 3D item, and will return a Twilit Shader, also rendered as a 3D item. Each Rarity has a Shader Bag.

Twilit Common Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Common Shader Bag
Twilit Common Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Common Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. Currently, there is no way to obtain a Twilit Common Shader Bag outside of Creative mode, however, it still functions like any other Shader Grabbag.

When used, the Twilit Common Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, or Masterwork rarity.

Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag
Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. Currently, there is no way to obtain a Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag outside of Creative mode, however, it still functions like any other Shader Grabbag.

When used, the Twilit Uncommon Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Uncommon, Rare, Epic, or Masterwork rarity.

Twilit Rare Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Rare Shader Bag
Twilit Rare Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Rare Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. Currently, there is no way to obtain a Twilit Rare Shader Bag outside of Creative mode, however, it still functions like any other Shader Grabbag.

When used, the Twilit Rare Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Rare, Epic, or Masterwork rarity.

Twilit Epic Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Epic Shader Bag
Twilit Epic Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Epic Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. Currently, there is no way to obtain a Twilit Epic Shader Bag outside of Creative mode, however, it still functions like any other Shader Grabbag.

When used, the Twilit Epic Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Epic or Masterwork rarity.

Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag
Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. Currently, there is no way to obtain a Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag outside of Creative mode, however, it still functions like any other Shader Grabbag.

When used, the Twilit Masterwork Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Masterwork rarity.

Twilit Twilight Shader Bag[edit]

Twilit Twilight Shader Bag
Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader_bag

A Twilit Twilight Shader Bag is an item that be used to obtain Twilit Shaders. It works like any other Shader Grabbag, and can be obtained from slaying bosses, or completing a certain quest.

When used, the Twilit Twilight Shader Bag is consumed, and a Twilit Shader will be returned. The kind of Shader obtained will be Twilight rarity.

Shaders[edit]

Shaders are a particular item that are for decorative purposes. These can be applied via the Engineer's Workbench, or by directly right-clicking the item, usually Minecarts. Unlike regular Immersive Engineering Shaders, Twilit Shaders can be stacked. Twilit Shaders come in a variety of appearances.

Twilit Shader: Twilight[edit]

Twilit Shader: Twilight
Twilit Shader Twilight.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Twilight is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has grey decals and a starry sky, with green handles, making it look like the sky in the Twilight Forest. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended. One must note that, currently, the Shader application for Minecarts may not display properly on certain Graphics.

The Twilight Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Firefly[edit]

Twilit Shader: Firefly
Twilit Shader Firefly.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Firefly is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a brown body with glowing gold spots, with lime green handles, making it look like a Firefly. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Firefly Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Pinch Beetle[edit]

Twilit Shader: Pinch Beetle
Twilit Shader Pinch Beetle.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Pinch Beetle is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a yellow body with dark brown spots, with dark brown handles, making it look like a Pinch Beetle. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Pinch Beetle Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Snakestone[edit]

Twilit Shader: Snakestone
Twilit Shader Snakestone.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Snakestone is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly gray in appearance, making it look like Nagastone. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Snakestone Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Mazestone[edit]

Twilit Shader: Mazestone
Twilit Shader Mazestone.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Mazestone is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly gray with a greenish hue, making it look like Mazestone. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Mazestone Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Underbrick[edit]

Twilit Shader: Underbrick
Twilit Shader Underbrick.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Underbrick is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has brown bricks with gray mortar, making it look like Underbrick. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Underbrick Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Towerwood[edit]

Twilit Shader: Towerwood
Twilit Shader Towerwood.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Towerwood is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly brown, with green and red circuitry, making it look like a Dark Tower device. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Towerwood Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Carminite[edit]

Twilit Shader: Carminite
Twilit Shader Carminite.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Carminite is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly red, with brighter swirls, making it look like Carminite. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Carminite Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Auroralized[edit]

Twilit Shader: Auroralized
Twilit Shader Auroralized.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Auroralized is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a light blue coat with a moving aurora pattern, with blue handles, making it look like the Aurora Palace. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Auroralized Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Ironwood[edit]

Twilit Shader: Ironwood
Twilit Shader Ironwood.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Ironwood is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly brown, with light green streaks, making it look like Ironwood. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Ironwood Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Steeleaf[edit]

Twilit Shader: Steeleaf
Twilit Shader Steeleaf.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Steeleaf is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly dark green, with lighter green streaks, making it look like Steeleaf. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Steeleaf Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Knightly[edit]

Twilit Shader: Knightly
Twilit Shader Knightly.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Knightly is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a silver body, with gray handles, making it look like Knightmetal. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Knightly Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Fiery[edit]

Twilit Shader: Fiery
Twilit Shader Fiery.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Fiery is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a brown body with gold outlines, with dark orange handles, making it look like Fiery Metal. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Fiery Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Final Castle[edit]

Twilit Shader: Final Castle
Twilit Shader Final Castle.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Final Castle is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has light blue bricks with white mortar, with light blue handles, making it look like the Final Castle's blue runes. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Final Castle Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Cube of Annihilation[edit]

Twilit Shader: Cube of Annihilation
Twilit Shader Cube of Annihilation.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Cube of Annihilation is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader is mostly black, with navy outlines, making it look like a Cube of Annihilation. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Cube of Annihilation Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Questing Ram[edit]

Twilit Shader: Questing Ram
Twilit Shader Questing Ram.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Questing Ram is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has an off-white body with pale patches, with purple handles, making it look like the Questing Ram. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by completing the Questing Ram's quest.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Questing Ram Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Naga[edit]

Twilit Shader: Naga
Twilit Shader Naga.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Naga is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a scaly green body, with lime handles and a toothy snarl on the ends, making it look like the Naga. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Naga.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Naga Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Lich[edit]

Twilit Shader: Lich
Twilit Shader Lich.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Lich is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a white body with yellow stripes, with purple handles, making it look like the Twilight Lich. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Twilight Lich.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Lich Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Minoshroom[edit]

Twilit Shader: Minoshroom
Twilit Shader Minoshroom.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Minoshroom is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a red body with white spots, with cyan handles, making it look like the Minoshroom. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Minoshroom.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Minoshroom Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Hydra[edit]

Twilit Shader: Hydra
Twilit Shader Hydra.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Hydra is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a dark teal scaly pattern, with magenta handles and a toothy snarl on the ends, making it look like the Hydra. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Hydra.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Hydra Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Knight Phantom[edit]

Twilit Shader: Knight Phantom
Twilit Shader Knight Phantom.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Knight Phantom is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a dark green body, with brown handles, making it look like a Knight Phantom. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Knight Phantoms.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Knight Phantom Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Ur-Ghast[edit]

Twilit Shader: Ur-Ghast
Twilit Shader Ur-Ghast.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Ur-Ghast is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a white body with red stripes, with gray handles, making it look like the Ur-Ghast. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Ur-Ghast.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Ur-Ghast Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Alpha Yeti[edit]

Twilit Shader: Alpha Yeti
Twilit Shader Alpha Yeti.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Alpha Yeti is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a white body with light blue decals, with blue handles, making it look like the Alpha Yeti. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Alpha Yeti.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Alpha Yeti Shader on display.

Twilit Shader: Snow Queen[edit]

Twilit Shader: Snow Queen
Twilit Shader Snow Queen.png
Type Special
Durability N/A
Renewable No
Stackable Yes
ID shader

The Twilit Shader: Snow Queen is a shader that is added when Twilight Forest and Immersive Engineering are both installed. This Shader has a white body with yellow stripes, with blue handles, making it look like the Snow Queen. It can be obtained from a Twilit Twilight Shader Bag or by slaying the Snow Queen.

The Shader can be applied to Minecarts, Chemical Throwers, Revolvers, Mining Drills, Railguns, and Heavy Plated Shields. It can also be applied to Balloons, however the Shader may not work as intended.

The Snow Queen Shader on display.

Other[edit]

Railgun Ammo[edit]

As a fun quirk, Cicadas can also be used for Railgun Ammo and deal 2 (HeartFull.png) damage. They do not make chirping noises when fired or landed, instead just acting like any other Railgun Ammunition.


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