Do you hate it when your whole inventory is cluttered by tools?

Well, with this data pack you can combine all the tools into the Multitool.


If you look at a block, the Multitool switches to a tool suited to break that block.

When sneaking while looking at tillable blocks, the Multitool swaps to a hoe, so you can create fresh farmland.

You can enchant the Multitool! It supports any enchantment that you can normally slap on a tool.

The tool only loses durability 30% of the time since it is made from 4 tools.
This only increases the effective durability by 3.333 times and not 4 times.

Mutlitool even supports resource packs, like this one by Crafterick, it turns the Multitool into a halberd!

How to get

To craft a Multitool, you just need to combine all four types of tools of the same material in the crafting grid.

You will see a Knowledge Book as the crafting result, take it out and it will get replaced by the Multitool.

If you are OP you can give yourself the tool by running the following command:

loot give @s loot ps-multitool:{material}_multitool

Make sure to replace {material} with one of golden, wooden, stone, diamond or netherite.

Adding or removing a Multitool

You can generate your own Multitool data pack simply by configuring a config and building it

This also works for modded tools but note that some mods break data packs so I won't guarantee compatability or support

  1. Install Python and beet
    If Python is allready installed, you should just be able to run pip install beet to install beet

  2. Clone or download the GitHub repository

  3. Add or remove materials in multitool_config.yml and configure overwrites, for mods where a tool isn't following vanilla's naming scheme

    You can easily find the namespace by looking at the item in your inventory after pressing F3 + H, it should be in the form <namespace>:<material>_<tool>

  4. Move to this folder with a terminal and run beet, it should create a folder called build with your data pack in it

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