Aedenium is a material not of this earth. It is of alien origin. Based on scientific measurements, it material characteristics closely match those from a solar system at the edge of our galaxy.
It would seem that in regions of the Minecraft world where Aedenium ores exist, creepers drop up to 3 diamond pieces. In addition, squid creatures which seem to only provide ink sacks now drop aedenium ingots. This is probably due to its exposure to aedenium elements. Note that you can smelt the ore into an aedenium ingot.
Aedenium ore has a strong glow to it due to the presence of strong purple matter which is the aedenium element (Ad, with atomic weight of 400–over twice that of gold [Au]). At night you can spot the ore’s presence from the glow of light. The same is true when exploring caves. What could be mistaken as lava glow, could easily be aedenium ore.
Explorers have discovered the ore as low as 5 and as high as 90 meters from bedrock base. So it seems that this material have spread throughout the land.
Once you’ve smelted the ores into ingots, you can create various tools and weapons using the recipes shown in the images below.
It is said that if you create two aedenium blocks and combine it with an iron ingot, you can get the aedenium mighty sword.
Legend has it that if you combine the aedenium mighty sword with one other ingot, you will get an enchanted version with powers beyond your dreams!
Can you build armor with aedenium? That’s a resounding “YES!”
Using aedenium ingot as the basic building block you can create aedenium-based armor. Armor built using aedenium is said to be stronger than those made with diamond. Find out for yourself by downloading the mod.
Below are the armor (along with weapons) you can build using aedenium ingots.
If you want to see a Minecraft world with aedenium, then get the mod.