I found that many of the materials needed for the ultimate stew can only be obtained through the hybridization of IC2, which can not be obtained without IC2, resulting in the failure of infinite catalyst crafting.
Okay, now please explain what the actual issue in obtaining that Stew is, because I sure as fuck wont find the issue myself, if you dont even give me a hint which Items are missing.
Grapes,Tomato,Lemon,Chili Pepper,Onion,Ananas,Pomegranate,Mint,Tea,Cucumber,Banana,Peanut,Indigo……TOO MANY!
Isn’t ultimate stew part of Avaritia and is designed to work with many mods? I don’t think you are supposed to run it without IC2.
That one is a real Issue because I am not the one adding that Recipe. From what I see it literally just takes everything from the OreDict that starts with “crop” and adds it to the Recipe…
Doesn’t PAM’s add all of those plants?
Not all of them, just most of them. Pretty sure the different Colors of Apples are not covered for example.
Those items are obtainable via the console though right? As in they exist but there isn’t a recipe for them, and no way to get them legitimately in-game.
Yeah they exist but are not legit obtainable. I’m wondering how you would even obtain the Bush based ones in Skyblocks though, since those are basically requiring Worldgen. In which case you could cheat in Bushes that drop those missing Items though.
I have a crazy Idea I was thinking about before, not seriously but it might just solve this issue, somewhat.
What if you designed an item catalogue, like those mail order catalogues you used to get. It would work similar to selector tag configuration or extruder molds, except it uses coins.
Basically the catalogue could be read and would include recipes for everything that could be bought. These recipes would consist of the catalogue being surrounded with the appropriate coins as payment. I know it sounds kind of dumb but you could resolve any missing items by creating a payment recipe for them and you could include coins of materials that are currently redundant. More realistically it would require a machine and time for the item to be ‘delivered’.
Alternatively you could give them a matter fabricator recipe but that would put them quite late-game, or have them appear in Gregtech Vaults but would make them difficult to aquire.