Torch

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Torch
TorchOn.png
TorchExtinguished Torch
Gravity

No

Luminance

Yes, 12

Tool

Any tool

Stackable

Yes, 32

Flammable

No

Weight

Heavy

Size

Very Small

BlockID

terrafirmacraftplus:Torch
terrafirmacraftplus:TorchOff

Obtaining

Torches are made by crafting a Stick, Straw, and Resin in a crafting table. This will create an Extinguished Torch, which can be lit by Rmb.png Right Clicking on an already placed lit Torch, or on an lit firepit. Alternatively, Extinguished Torches can be placed, and lit with a Firestarter or Flint & Steel.


Stick Straw Extinguished Torch
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Resin
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Rmb.png Right Click on a lit torch or lit firepit, or place and Rmb.png Right Click with a firestarter or flint and steel to light the torch.

Note: Lit Torches will set nearby things on fire! Be careful to remove all flammable blocks around the area before placing the Torch. Use a Candle or Firepit for indoor lighting instead.

Usage

Torches can burn blocks and spawn fire in any of these spaces.

Torches can be placed on the solid sides of most blocks, as well as on top of fences and stone walls. Unlike in vanilla, gravity affected blocks like dirt, cobblestone, sand and gravel cannot be supported by Torches, and will fall and replace any Torches that are directly underneath them.

Light

Lit Torches give off a light level of 12. After a configurable amount of time (Default: 48 hours), or if directly exposed to rain, lit Torches will burn out and no longer produce light. Torches can also be manually extinguished with a Rmb.png Right Click from an empty hand. Extinguished Torches can be picked up and relit, or can be relit by Rmb.png Right Clicking with another lit Torch.

Relighting

Torches in the inventory can be used to Rmb.png Right Click on placed Torches to either relight burned out Torches, or restart the countdown timer on lit Torches.

Fire

Placed Torches will occasionally sputter, letting out embers that can set nearby flammable blocks on fire. For this reason, it is advisable to use Candles indoors, instead. The Torch can spawn fire one block above itself, two blocks below itself, and one block to the side. Air blocks in this area can become fire if they touch the face of a flammable block. Flammable blocks in this area can be destroyed and replaced by fire.

Dropped Torch entities can also set Log Piles on fire. This trait of Torches means they can be used as a way to light a pit kiln or log pile on fire. This will start processing the pottery inside the pit kiln, and also starts the processing of the Log Piles into Charcoal.

Note: If Torch burnout is disabled in the config, Torches won't set things on fire.

Configuration

Main article: Configuration
Option Default
Value
Description
TorchBurnTime 48
How many in-game hours Torches will last before burning out. Set to 0 for infinitely burning Torches. Torches will also not light things on fire if this option is set to 0.

History

Beta
v1gAdded new wording for temperature readings when lighting Torches.
v2 Build 12Removed vanilla Torch recipe.
77.22Torches can be placed on the fully solid sides of partial blocks.
78.0Torches are replaced by any blocks falling on them. Stops Torch mining for gathering dirt, cobblestone, etc.
Torches can be placed on top of stone walls.
79.0Charcoal pits are lit by dropping a Torch on the log piles.
Torches burn out after roughly 48 in game hours. (Configurable)
Torches can easily be relit by right clicking them with a Torch in hand.
Torches can be created by right clicking on a placed Torch with a stick.
79.11Pit kilns can be lit with a dropped Torch.
Added ember particles for dropped Torches about to light a block on fire.
79.12Lit Torches can have their timer reset by right clicking with another Torch.
Torches are extinguished when exposed to precipitation.
79.14Torches can be manually extinguished by right clicking with no Torch or stick in hand.
83.3Torches are no longer made in a firepit. Instead, they are made by crafting Sticks, Resin, and Straw, and lighting them by right clicking on a lit firepit, another lit Torch, or by lighting them with a firestarter or flint & steel.
Torches now light nearby flammable blocks on fire.

Trivia

  • Unlike in vanilla, Torches do not melt nearby snow or ice.

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