• Extra Utilities Mod
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    Angel Block

    This block is your best friend when working in the sky in creative mode or in water far from land, since it doesn't need a solid surface to be placed. Just right-click the air, and the block will appear in front of you. Then when you left-click the block to break it, it will break instantly and will automatically enter your inventory (survival mode only).

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    Blackout Curtains

    These dark curtains allow you to keep that pesky light out of certain areas without closing them off entirely. Blackout curtains will reduce light by approximately half its maximum and can be passed through easily.

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    Update Detector

    This block replicates the standard vanilla BUD in one block. If an adjacent block is updated, the BUD will send out a one-tick Redstone pulse and then go inactive for three ticks to allow the Redstone time to calm down. Adjacent BUDs will not trigger each other.

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    Update Detector (Advanced)

    This is an upgraded version of the regular BUD. It will detect any change in block id, metadata, or tile-entity data without needing a block update. You can right-click on the advanced BUD with a wrench to select a single side to output a Redstone signal on.

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    Have you ever wanted more ways to show off your fabulous wealth and opulence? Well, here"s a diamond-gold chandelier that you can hang from the ceiling. It gives off slightly more light than a regular torch or glowstone and serves as a constant reminder to the riff-raff who"s the boss (Hint it"s you).In addition, it will prevent mobs from spawning within 16 blocks, regardless of whether there is a clear line of sight to the chandelier.

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    Colored Bricks

    This adds 16 colored versions of regular bricks to the game with the added benefit that you can change the color palette within a chunk. For example, if you right-click on a red colored brick with some cactus green, it will become a slightly greenish red brick, and all other red-colored bricks in the local 16x16 chunk will change as well.

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    Colored Wood Planks

    This adds 16 colored versions of regular wood planks to the game with the added benefit that you can change the color palette within a chunk. For example, if you right-click on a red colored brick with some cactus green, it will become a slightly greenish red brick, and all other red-colored bricks in the local 16x16 chunk will change as well.

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    Conveyor Belts

    Designed for mob traps, these specially crafted conveyers will move mobs and their drops around quickly and efficiently. The conveyor is smart and will try to keep items/mobs centered and will also try to move items up to higher levels if needed.

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    Crossover Pipes

    Crossover pipes ensure the searching direction does not change. This allows pipe systems to cross over without interfering with each other.

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    Cursed Earth

    Cursed Earth is meant as a way of creating compact mob spawners. If the spawner gets out of control, just place one torch, and it will destroy 95% of the cursed earth as well as damage mobs standing on it.

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    Drums provide compact liquid storage as each drum will hold 256 buckets of liquid. You can pump liquids in and out from the top or bottom sides, and if you either right-click with a stick or shift right-click with a wrench, you can pick up the drum while retaining the drum"s contents. You can change a drum"s color by right-clicking on it with a dye or a paintbrush.

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    Ender Lilies

    Ender Lilies are an ancient breed of plant whose seeds can now only be found in old dungeons. This plant grows incredibly slowly over the course of a week and, once fully grown will produce an ender pearl. Beware the thorns that grow on this plant as it ages.

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    Ender Quarry

    The Ender quarry is an automated mining system that combines the uncontained energy of the end and mother nature's raw power to extract the earth's precious bounty while leaving its structure untouched.

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    Ender-Thermic Pump

    The ender-thermal pump is a low-lag liquid pump designed specifically for lava. When it pumps up a lava source block, it instantly replaces it with stone and doesn't cause a block update. It also acts as a chunk-loader, keeping itself and the bare minimum of chunks loaded in order to pump lava while preventing lighting glitches.

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    Energy Pipes

    Energy pipes will only be traversed by Energy nodes. Inventory and Liquid nodes simply ignore them and will not search through them.

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    Ethereal Glass

    This magical glass can be passed through by players with ease but provides a completely solid barrier to anything else. If you are sneaking, the block will be solid to you.

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    Filing Cabinet

    The filing cabinet provides a convenient storage container for items that do not stack. The basic Filing Cabinet holds 270 items, however, the items must all be of the same type (i.e. same item ID) but can have different properties (damage values/enchantments/etc.). The filing cabinet will keep the items alphabetically sorted within the interface for handy retrieval.

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    Filter Pipe

    Filter pipes can be used to sort items in different directions. If you right-click, you can place an item into the appropriately colored slot to direct items in that direction. You can also place an item filter into a slot to allow for more sophisticated filtering.

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    Ender Generator

    Generates RF using ender pearls, eyes of ender, and ender-lilly seeds.

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    Food Generator

    Generates RF using food. The more fulfilling the food, the more RF is generated, and the more "saturating" the food the longer the generator will run for.

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    Furnance Generator

    Generates RF using regular furnace fuel.

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    Heated Redstone Generator

    Generates RF using lava and Redstone. It can also run off of molten Redstone from Thermal Expansion.

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    Nether Star Generator

    Generates RF using nether stars. The incredibly powerful generator produces more energy than most systems can transfer. It will damage anything in a 10-block radius.

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    High-temperature Furnance Generator

    Generates RF using regular furnace fuel. A very inefficient generator with initially low energy output, but as the internal temperature rises, its energy output rises.

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    Pink Generator

    Generates RF using the power of love. Pink dye or anything that uses pink dye in its crafting recipe can be used to generate power.

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    Lava Generator

    Generates RF using lava, which must be piped in liquid form. Note: the generator is not as efficient as other forms of lava power generation.

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    Survivalist Generator

    Generates RF using regular furnace fuel. It has a very low energy output but is surprisingly efficient and fuel lasts 20 times the base rate.

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    TNT Generator

    Generates RF using gunpowder/TNT. Watch out; explosions are not completely contained by the generator.

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    Potion Generator

    Generates RF using potions. The more complex the potion, the more power is generated. Every brewing "step" doubles the power generated by the potion.

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    Solar Generator

    Generates RF using sunlight. The generator creates a large amount of power from direct sunlight. However, there is a problem, the generator cannot generate power and transmit it at the same time. You must switch between the two modes by applying a Redstone signal.

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    Magnum Torch

    Are you tired of putting down fields of ugly torches? Well, with this one very expensive torch, you can prevent all mobs from spawning within a 64-block radius regardless of the light level. This will not affect custom mob spawnings such as dungeon spawners or cursed earth.

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    Microblock Fences

    Fences crafted from microblock materials.

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    Mod Sorting Pipes

    A more advanced form of sorting pipe - this will only insert an item into an inventory if it is empty or already contains an item belonging to the same mod.

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    Peaceful Table

    This is for those who wish to play on peaceful difficulty but still want access to mob drops. To use, place the table next to a chest (or any block with an inventory) that contains a sword. The peaceful table will periodically spawn a random mob appropriate to the area, kill it instantly using the sword, and then place the drops into the chest.

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    Pipe Jackets

    Pipe jackets are decorative wrapping created from microblocks that can be applied to any FMP-compatible pipes (from a very technical perspective, the pipe part must occupy the "center" slot).

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    Portal to the Deep Dark

    As an experienced miner, you naturally wish to mine deeper and further than ever before into areas of natural wealth. The deep dark is a realm far below the void, filled with natural resources and deadly enemies. Some say that the darkness within this realm is alive and will consume any unlucky adventurer who wanders too far into it. Remember to bring torches. However, torches will not protect you completely since mobs will spawn at all light levels in the Deep Dark. Magnum torches and Chandeliers will still prevent spawning.

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    Rain Muffler

    Rain mufflers will disable all rain sound effects within a 64-block radius. If you wish to nullify rain everywhere completely, you can right-click the block to place some "Magic cotton wool" in your ears. This wool has no effect on gameplay and will persist even after death.

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    Rationing Pipes

    Rationing pipes will only insert a maximum of one stack of any type of item into an inventory.

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    Retrieval Node (Items)

    Retrieval nodes traverse the pipe system pulling items out of inventories rather than inserting them. They will only pull one item out at a time (unless upgraded) and will not move on from an inventory until it can"t pull any more out.

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    Retrieval Node (Liquids)

    Retrieval nodes traverse the pipe system pulling liquids out of tanks rather than inserting them. They will only pull 200mB out at a time (unless upgraded) and will not move on from a tank until it can"t pull any more out.

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    Sorting Pipe

    Sorting pipes are a special kind of transfer pipe that will only insert items into an inventory if the inventory already contains an item of the same type (or if the inventory is empty). You can use this to create a simple sorting system. In addition, it signals liquid transfer nodes to attempt to place all of their current buffers into the inventory.

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    Sound Muffler

    Do you have an annoying sheep farm filled with loud obnoxious grunting animals that you wish would just shut up? Well, here's that will reduce any sound made in an 8-block radius by 90%, enabling you to get some much-needed peace and quiet.

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    Giant nasty pointy spikes will deal a large amount of damage to any creature unfortunate to come into contact with them. The spikes will not destroy items that land on them, and mobs killed will drop "rare" items, but they will not drop the experience.

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    This simple, cheap block emits a Redstone pulse once a second.

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    Trading Post

    There is the trading post for the true bargain hunter looking for the best possible deal.When right-clicked displays a list of all the trades available from nearby villagers. Then you can instantly click on the trade you want to bring up the villager's trading screen.

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    Transfer Node (Energy)

    Energy transfer nodes accept Buildcraft energy (MJ) and Thermal Expansion energy (RF). They constantly search through a transfer system looking for machines that will accept energy. Once a machine is found it's added to the node's internal registry. Every tick, and any energy inside the node will be distributed to all registered machines.

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    Transfer Node (Items)

    Transfer nodes pull items from their connected inventory and will search through a transfer pipe system for inventories to place the item into. They will insert as much as possible into each inventory they find and will continue until they hit a dead end or the internal buffer is empty.

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    Transfer Node (Liquids)

    Liquid transfer nodes work the same way as regular transfer nodes, except they will only attempt to insert half their current buffer into a tank. They will only insert more if they have reached a dead end or you use a sorting pipe.

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    Transfer Pipe

    Transfer pipes are used by transfer nodes to decide where items should go. You can change their basic properties by right-clicking with a Buildcraft-compatible wrench (or a stick if none is available). You can set them to only flow in a certain direction or to not connect to inventories.

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    Trash Can

    If your inventory is stuffed with junk that you wish to get rid of, this simple block provides a fast, efficient disposal method. Just right-click on the interface and either drag and drop items into the disposal slot or simply shift right-click. Using this, you can get rid of any and all unwanted items instantly with no fuss and, most importantly, no lag.

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    Watering Can

    Plants and crops require lots of love and attention, but did you know that the mere act of standing there sprinkling them with water is enough to inspire them to grow much faster? Craft the watering can and fill it with water, and you have an early-game alternative to the bone meal that will get you plenty of food in no time.

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Extra Utilities Mod (1.12.2, 1.11.2)— Plenty New Useful Tools


Make Minecraft more convenient with the new blocks and items from Extra Utilities Mod! Created by username RWTema, this mod features a series of new blocks and items that will make your Minecraft more convenient, beautiful, and interactive.

What the Mod Offers

Extra Utilities Mod adds a wide selection of new contents, from colored bricks and functional curtains to powerful tools.

A Wide Range of Blocks and Objects

The mod adds dozens of new blocks, from conveniently helpful blocks like the Angle block that allows placement in mid-air to aesthetically pleasing blocks and objects like a chandelier and colored wood planks and bricks. The mod also adds some blocks to help make Redstone wiring and circuits like the block update detector.

Helpful Items and Tools

One of the most valuable items this mod adds is the Builders Wand, which can help you build big structures much more accessible, even in Creative Mode. The mod also adds many other helpful items like the Golden Lasso, Healing Axe, Item Filter, and more.



  • Golden Bag of Holding: A double-chest size worth of portable inventory.
  • Golden Lasso: Captures passive mobs for convenient relocation.
  • Paint Brush: Used to paint Colored Bricks and Colored Oak Wood Planks.
  • Division Sigil: Used to do ancient rituals.
  • Unstable Ingot: A dangerous item used at own risk.
  • Etheric Sword: Bypasses all armor.
  • Destruction Pickaxe: 5× faster than a Diamond Pickaxe destroying stone (no drop). Ineffective on other blocks.
  • Erosion Shovel: Eliminates sand and gravel that is above the block being dug. Does not drop resources.
  • Healing Axe: Regenerates hunger, but gives health to hit a target. Turns zombie villagers back into villagers.
  • Reversing Hoe: Reverses the stages of wheat. Turns dirt into grass, and cobblestone into stone.
  • Builder’s Wand: Faster way to build structures.
  • Sonar Goggles: Outline all ores within 5m.
  • Watering Can: Early-game alternative to Bone Meal. Infinite use directly on crops.


  • Angel Block: a floating block that can be placed in mid-air.
  • Blackout Curtains: keeps the light out of certain areas.
  • Block Update Detector: checks for block updates adjacent to it.
  • Chandelier: a light source that can hang from the ceiling. Prevents mob spawns within the area of effect.
  • Colored Bricks: bricks painted with one of 16 color dyes.
  • Wood Planks: Wood Planks painted with one of 16 color dyes.
  • Compressed Cobblestone: for convenient storage.
  • Conveyor Belt: a way to move items and mobs.
  • Cursed Earth: mobs will spawn much faster on this block.
  • Ender-Thermic Pump: an efficient Lava pump.
  • Ender Quarry: an efficient resource mining machine.
  • Ethereal Glass: Players can walk through; mobs cannot.
  • Filter Pipe: filters the items that go through.
  • Generators: produce Redstone Flux from various materials, and keep their charge when removed.
    • Culinary Generator: consumes food as fuel, with high-filling food providing more power and high saturation food lasting longer.
    • Ender Generator (Extra Utilities): consumes Ender Pearls as fuel.
    • Furnace Generator: consumes standard furnace fuel.
    • Heated Redstone Generator: consumes both Redstone and Lava.
    • High-temperature Furnace Generator: consumes standard furnace fuel, increasing its energy output over time as it heats up.
    • Lava Generator: consumes Lava as fuel.
    • Nether Star Generator: quickly consumes Nether Stars to produce a huge amount of energy. Damages nearby entities.
    • Pink Generator: consumes pink-colored items as fuel.
    • Potions Generator: consumes potions, with more complicated potions producing more energy.
    • Solar Generator: produces energy when exposed to sunlight, charges in the daytime, and generates at night time (default).
    • Survivalist Generator: consumes standard furnace fuel. Cheap and efficient but produces energy very slowly.
    • TNT Generator: consumes Gunpowder or TNT as fuel. Damages nearby entities.
  • Lapis Caelestis: expensive block with only one color texture and no borders.
  • Magnum Torch: disables mob spawning within a large area of effect.
  • Peaceful Table: for peaceful mode, Players obtain mob drops.
  • Rain Muffler: silences raindrop sound effects within the area of effect.
  • Redstone Clock: generates a Redstone pulse.
  • Sound Muffler: dampens sounds within a small area of effect.
  • Sorting Pipe: inserts items into an adjacent inventory if it is empty or the same type present.
  • Spikes: giant pointy spikes that deal damage.
  • Trading Post: displays the trading GUI of any Villagers nearby.
  • Transfer Node: transfer items, liquids, or energy.
  • Trash Can: deletes items inserted.
  • Filing Cabinet: stores 270 items with the same item ID.
  • Filing Cabinet (Advanced): stores 540 items that do not stack but have the same item ID.

☝🏽 Useful Guide

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