Once the player's Infusion level is high enough, the player can use the Infusion table to enchant. See the sections below for individual information.
The first thing the player has to do to train Infusion is capture Pixons. To capture a Pixon, the player has to use a Stone Bowl or a Diamond Bowl on it to harvest the stones from it. The stone obtained from the Pixon corresponds to the Pixon itself. The player can only harvest a finite number of stones per Pixon (between 2-6 stones per Pixon). Once a Pixon is harvested out, it will disappear.
To use the Stone and Diamond bowls, the player must go up to a Pixon, and press use on the Pixon, with the bowl in the player's hand. If done correctly, an odd sound should be heard, and the player will have Infusion stones in their inventory. However, there is a catch: some Pixons can only be caught if the player is a specific Infusion level (see chart below). Otherwise, the Pixons will always escape the bowls, and the player won't get any stones from them.
There is a difference between the Stone and Diamond bowls:
A Stone Bowl can harvest 1 stone at a time from a Pixon. The player will normally use a Stone Bowl for most of their Infusion training.
The Diamond Bowl can harvest an entire Pixon in one use. Diamond Bowls are a more advanced bowl. In order to use a Diamond Bowl on a Pixon, the player has to be 10 levels higher than the requirement to use a Stone Bowl on the same Pixon.
Upon using the bowls on the Pixons, the player will also earn xp. The level requirements to capture the Pixons and the xp acquire from the Pixons is shown in the table:
As the player captures the Pixons, the player will obtain Infusion Stones from them. The Infusion stones come in many colors and power levels, depending on the Pixon obtained from.
To use the Infusion Stones, the player will need an Infusion Table, which can be crafted. Then the player must use the Infusion Stones on the table. However, as with the Pixons that the stones are obtained from, the player must be a certain Infusion level in order to use more advanced stones on the table.
When the stones are used on the table, most of the stones are broken down and the player is given xp, however very rarely an Infusion stone will convert into a Power Stone. The chance of this happening is 1 in 200, or 0.5%, (except for Ambient Infusion Stones, which have a 1 in 35 chance of converting instead).
This table shows the level requirements needed to use the stones on the table, as well as how much xp is received:
Glistening Infusion Stone
Gleaming Infusion Stone
Ambient Infusion Stone
Glaring Infusion Stone
Glowing Infusion Stone
Shining Infusion Stone
Radiant Infusion Stone
Blooming Infusion Stone
After the player has gained some Infusion levels, the player will become ready to enchant at the Infusion table. By using the Infusion table, the player can obtain special enchantments, only obtainable at an Infusion table.
The player can apply the below enchantments by putting the item to enchant in the left slot on an infusion table, and the correct amount of other items in the 3x3 grid. The player can then pull their newly enchanted item out of the rightmost slot, provided the player has the correct Infusion level to do so (attempting to enchant without the correct Infusion level will simply cause no items to appear in the rightmost slot).