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After making the '''Jetpack''', it needs to be filled with Hydrogen to run. Hook a Gas Tank up to an Electrolytic Separator and fill it with Hydrogen. Place the Jetpack in the top slot and it should fill up relatively fast (<1 minute). Once full (24000 units of hydrogen) equip it and you should be set to go.
 
  
When worn the Jetpack displays the Hydrogen remaining and the mode active in the bottom left corner. There are three different modes, Normal, Hover and Disabled. When on Normal mode, the Jetpack will only use Hydrogen when active. Hover Mode continually consumes Hydrogen to prevent you descending (however you can still go down via the Shift key). Disabled is as it states, the Jetpack will not function.
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The '''Jetpack''' is an item that allows the player to fly, equippable in the chestplate slot. It uses [[Hydrogen]] gas as a fuel, of which it can store up to 24,000 mB.  
  
Lastly, you don't have to worry, the Jetpack will not set fire to anything.
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== Fueling ==
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The Jetpack can be filled up wherever Hydrogen gas is outputted into a slot. Here are a few examples:
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* It can be placed in the [[Electrolytic Separator]]'s left output slot (where Hydrogen is outputted) after placing water in the machine's input slot (which will result in the machine creating Hydrogen).
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* It can be placed in a [[Gas Tank]]'s (that has been placed on the ground) output slot.
  
Note : Jetpack can't be worn with a chestplate armor since they have the same slot. But you still can wear helmet, boots and leggings. However there is a possibility given to replenish the loss of potential armor points which would be provided by a chestpiece. The Jetpack is upgradeable to provide 6 armor points, turning into the [[Armored Jetpack]].
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[[File:A Jetpack Being Fueled With Hydrogen.jpg | thumb | 300px | A Jetpack being fueled with Hydrogen using an Electrolytic Separator]]
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[[File:A Jetpack Being Fueled With Hydrogen Using a Gas Tank.jpg | thumb | 300px | A Jetpack being fueled with Hydrogen using a placed Gas Tank]]
  
[[File:SupportPictureJetpack.png|200px|thumb|right|A player wearing a Jetpack in ''Hover'' mode.]]
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== Operation Modes ==
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The Jetpack has three modes to choose from, which can be toggled by pressing the "Armor Mode Switch" key. This key can be set in the Controls menu from within the Game Menu ({{key|Esc}}).
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# '''Regular (default)''': Press {{key|Space}} to increase your height and release to fall. Note that you will take fall damage unless you carefully lower yourself to the ground.
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# '''Hover''': Constant flight, without the need to level yourself like you do with Regular mode. Press {{key|Space}} to increase altitude and press {{key|Shift}} to decrease. Note that this mode constantly consumes Hydrogen, but at a reduced rate as compared to '''Regular''' mode.
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# '''Disabled''': The Armored Jetpack is disabled.
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While worn, the Jetpack displays the Hydrogen remaining and the mode active in the bottom left corner.
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== Tips ==
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* The Jetpack cannot be worn with chestplate armor, since it uses the same slot, consider upgrading it to the [[Armored Jetpack]] if you want protection.
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* The Jetpack emits fire particles; however, it will not set anything on fire.
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* If you want to maintain your altitude, choose Hover mode. If you want to ascend/descend rapidly, use Regular mode. If you want to conserve fuel while trekking across hills, mountains, consider Disabled mode.
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* The Jetpack can be paired with the [[Free Runners]] to protect against fall damage.
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[[File:SupportPictureJetpack.png|300px|thumb|right|A player wearing a Jetpack in ''Hover'' mode.]]
  
 
==Crafting Recipe==
 
==Crafting Recipe==
{{Grid/Crafting Table
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{{Crafting
| A1 = Steel Ingot | B1 = Control Circuit | C1 = Steel Ingot
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| A1 = Steel Ingot | B1 = Basic Control Circuit | C1 = Steel Ingot
| A2 = Tin Ingot | B2 = Gas Tank | C2 = Tin Ingot
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| A2 = Tin Ingot | B2 = Basic Gas Tank | C2 = Tin Ingot
 
| A3 =  | B3 = Tin Ingot | C3 =  
 
| A3 =  | B3 = Tin Ingot | C3 =  
 
|Output= Jetpack
 
|Output= Jetpack
 
}}
 
}}
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==Usage==
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{{Crafting usage}}
  
  
 
{{Mekanism}}
 
{{Mekanism}}

Latest revision as of 18:38, 17 May 2018

Jetpack
Jetpack.png
Jetpack
Mod

Mekanism

Type

Equipment

Durability

N/A

Stackable

No

The Jetpack is an item that allows the player to fly, equippable in the chestplate slot. It uses Hydrogen gas as a fuel, of which it can store up to 24,000 mB.

Fueling

The Jetpack can be filled up wherever Hydrogen gas is outputted into a slot. Here are a few examples:

  • It can be placed in the Electrolytic Separator's left output slot (where Hydrogen is outputted) after placing water in the machine's input slot (which will result in the machine creating Hydrogen).
  • It can be placed in a Gas Tank's (that has been placed on the ground) output slot.
A Jetpack being fueled with Hydrogen using an Electrolytic Separator
A Jetpack being fueled with Hydrogen using a placed Gas Tank

Operation Modes

The Jetpack has three modes to choose from, which can be toggled by pressing the "Armor Mode Switch" key. This key can be set in the Controls menu from within the Game Menu (Esc).

  1. Regular (default): Press Space to increase your height and release to fall. Note that you will take fall damage unless you carefully lower yourself to the ground.
  2. Hover: Constant flight, without the need to level yourself like you do with Regular mode. Press Space to increase altitude and press ⇧ Shift to decrease. Note that this mode constantly consumes Hydrogen, but at a reduced rate as compared to Regular mode.
  3. Disabled: The Armored Jetpack is disabled.

While worn, the Jetpack displays the Hydrogen remaining and the mode active in the bottom left corner.

Tips

  • The Jetpack cannot be worn with chestplate armor, since it uses the same slot, consider upgrading it to the Armored Jetpack if you want protection.
  • The Jetpack emits fire particles; however, it will not set anything on fire.
  • If you want to maintain your altitude, choose Hover mode. If you want to ascend/descend rapidly, use Regular mode. If you want to conserve fuel while trekking across hills, mountains, consider Disabled mode.
  • The Jetpack can be paired with the Free Runners to protect against fall damage.
A player wearing a Jetpack in Hover mode.

Crafting Recipe

Ingredients Crafting recipe

Tin Ingot +
Steel Ingot +
Basic Control Circuit +
Basic Gas Tank

Steel Ingot Basic Control Circuit Steel Ingot Grid layout Arrow (small).png Jetpack
Tin Ingot Basic Gas Tank Tin Ingot

Tin Ingot

Usage

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe

Armored Jetpack

Jetpack +
Diamond Dust +
Bronze Ingot +
Steel Block

Diamond Dust
Diamond Dust Grid layout Arrow (small).png Armored Jetpack
Bronze Ingot Steel Block Bronze Ingot

Jetpack



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