General InformationEdit

Thaumaturge's Backpack

A player wearing the Thaumaturge's Backpack.

Studying the Vacuos element and how it interacts with other elements, you think you can apply this knowledge to enchant various containers so they gain other abilities, such as being able to store more items.

Thaumonomicon EntryEdit

Enchanting a backpack with magic and materials of magical nature will increase its storage capacity.

The result, a Thurmaturge's Backpack, is closely linked to the aura. Using the gained extra storage will create flux, and too much of it may have negative effects on the backpack and wearer.

Similarly, it may be possible to infuse a reinforced iron chest with magic, which will result in a more durable chest that can store even more items.

Just like the backpack, it can have negative effects on the aura when it's too full, and when there's too much flux, things might get messy...

Research DetailsEdit

Prerequisite: Unified Thaumic Field Theory

Magical Storage
I-Vacuos Vacuos
I-Cognitio Cognitio
I-Permutatio Permutatio
I-Praecantatio Praecantatio


Thaumaturge's BackpackEdit

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Thaumaturge's Backpack

To construct the Thaumaturge's Backpack requires the use of an Infusion Altar, as well as a BetterStorage Backpack, seven bolts of Enchanted Fabric and a Thaumium ingot.

Thaumaturge's Backpack Count
I-Vis Vis charge60
I-Permutatio Permutatio 16
I-Praecantatio Praecantatio 10
I-Vacuos Vacuos 16

Thaumium ChestEdit

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Thaumium Chest

Compared with its mobile counterpart (above) the Thaumium Chest is more costly to construct, requiring four Thaumium Ingots, three blocks of Arcane Wood, a Block of Iron, and a Reinforced Iron Chest (courtesy of BetterStorage).

Thaumium Chest Count
I-Vis Vis charge55
I-Vacuos Vacuos 20
I-Metallum Metallum 64
I-Praecantatio Praecantatio 16