In the mod the TARDIS enables the player to travel to different dimensions, coordinates, and can even allow the player to fly through the air. To enter the TARDIS, the player must right-click on the door, causing it to open.
Upon walking in, the player is transported to the TARDIS dimension, into a pre-generated interior based on the exterior that was placed. A custom interior can be built, and the exterior can take you to that custom interior's location by setting the spawn coordinates with /tardis-interior-pos x y z. Inside the TARDIS, the player can also change its chameleon circuit to one of the many exteriors listed below with the Chameleon Circuit Panel.
With the monitor, you can set the coordinates for where the TARDIS should land, as well as which dimension or planet.
You can also select which exterior the TARDIS should disguise as.
In the settings, you can enable the HADS and Cloak. The HADS makes sure the TARDIS teleports somewhere else (but nearby) when it is under attack. For example, when mobs shoot at it.
Enabling the cloak makes your TARDIS nearly invisible.
When using the Flight panel, you can manually fly your TARDIS through the world it is currently in.
When enabling this panel, a force field will appear around your TARDIS, blocking several hostile projectiles.
Inserting a TARDIS Chameleon Cartridge into this panel will install the exterior disguise. This means this exterior is now unlocked and can be selected in the TARDIS Monitor.
The Wall Display is a screen that shows various info about your TARDIS, such as its owner, location, health and permissions for others.
You can insert your sonic screwdriver into this panel to charge it.
Right-click to materialize or de-materialize your TARDIS. You always need to use this when selecting a new destination.
Right click to use specified TARDIS panel commands and shift right click to edit commands and permissions.
Locks the doors. It also means people can't enter from the outside.
When clicking on this, the TARDIS will travel to a random place on a random planet.
Player locator panel
Use this panel to locate a player on the server. Note that players who have a Bio Dampner ring in their inventory can't be located as of Update 56.
Bigger on the Inside (BOTI) allows you to see the inside of your TARDIS from the outside. It was first added in Update 51. This feature is disabled by default. Watch the video on the right on how to enable it.
The following update, Update 52, added SOTO doors which allows you to open the doors on the inside and see outside.
On a server, you can add companions to your TARDIS by typing /tardis-companions-add USERNAME. To give them permission to interact with your TARDIS, type /tardis-perms companions.
The TARDIS also has a health system. Its maximum health is 1000. If attacked (both whilst landed and i- flight mode) it will take damage. Once at 20 health or lower the Exterior will begin to smoke and the TARDIS will fly uncontrollably in flight mode. It will naturally heal when landed. This can be sped up by landing on a block of Zeiton 7.
Update 53 added in TARDIS Hums and the ability to change them to any canon TARDIS hum, or to mute them entirely.
For all crafting variants, a mod like NEI or JEI is recommended, as many TARDISes require a specific Chameleon Circuit Cartridge, which also have different recipes.
The video about TARDIS crafting is outdated as of Update 57.
- Classic TARDIS
- War Doctor's TARDIS (Platinum Coral)
- 9th/10th Doctor's TARDIS (Coral)
- Bad Wolf TARDIS (Links to the Coral Console)
- 2013 Dalek Mod TARDIS
- 12th Doctor's TARDIS (Toyota)
- 2014 Dalek Mod TARDIS
- 11th Doctor's TARDIS (Copper)
- Hartnell TARDIS
- Floral TARDIS
- Hexon TARDIS
- Fridge TARDIS
- 4th Doctor's Secondary Control room
- 13th Doctor's TARDIS
- 8th Doctor's TARDIS
- Ruth's TARDIS
- 2nd Doctor Interior (The War Games)
- 2013 Dalek Mod A
- 2013 Dalek Mod B
- 2013 Dalek Mod C
- 2013 Dalek Mod D
- First Doctor's TARDIS
- War Doctor's TARDIS
- 80's TARDIS
- Bad Wolf TARDIS
- Bill and Ted's Phone Booth
- Lego Dimensions TARDIS
- TT Capsule
- Vanilla Minecraft TARDIS
- Clara Tribute - TARDIS
- Eleventh Doctor's TARDIS
- Ninth/Tenth Doctor's TARDIS
- Alpha Exterior
- Beta Exterior
- Delta Exterior
- Gamma Exterior
- Hexon Exterior
- Floral Exterior
- Fridge Exterior
- Twelfth Doctor's TARDIS
- Rani's TARDIS
- Fourth Doctor's TARDIS
- Eighth Doctor's TARDIS
- Second Doctor's TARDIS
- 2017 Dalek Mod TARDIS
- Blank Template TARDIS
- Ed's Exterior
- K6 Telephone Box
- Blocktor's TARDIS
- Spaceblock's TARDIS
- K2 Telephone Box
- Gingerbread TARDIS
- Vending Machine Exterior
- Disguised - Wood Exterior
- Disguised - Cobblestone Exterior
- Disguised - Bricks Exterior
- 13th Doctor's
- Steampunk Wardrobe
- Gallifreyan Wardrobe
- Grandfather Clock
- Ruth's TARDIS
- Dalek Mod 2014
- 1988 Happiness Patrol
- Vanilla Dirt House
- Vanilla Minecraft
- Time and Relative Dimensions in Minecraft
- Nether Portal
- The Master's Column
- End Portal
- Cute Police Box
- RGB TARDIS
- Pride TARDIS
You fly the TARDIS by right-clicking a TARDIS monitor. Using this, you can select which planet and time zone to travel to, as well as coordinates to materialize at. To take off and land, right-click the Flight Level.
Flying the TARDIS is also possible by right-clicking a flight panel, which allows you to fly through the air. This can be controlled with the directional keys and works in the same way as creative mode's flight functions. You can use the crouch key to land the TARDIS and press ESC to exit.
You can fly the TARDIS to many planets, including:
- The Moon
- The End
- The Nether
- Any other modded dimension (E.G. Galaticraft, Advent of Ascension, Aether Legacy, Aether II etc)
The TARDIS can also travel to different Time Zones, which are different time eras of a certain Planet/ dimension. There are currently five different time zones for Minecraft early development versions. These are:
- Minecraft Classic
- Minecraft Cave Game
- Minecraft Infdev
- Minecraft Beta
- Minecraft Xbox