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Anvils are functional blocks used as the work surface when [[smithing]] metal items.
 
 
{{Block
 
{{Block
|Name=Anvil
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|Name = Anvil
|Image=[[File:Grid Copper anvil.png]]
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|Image = File:Grid Copper anvil.png
|Stackable=No
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|Stackable = No
|Material= Copper, Tin Bronze, Bismuth Bronze
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|Material = Copper, Tin Bronze, Bismuth Bronze
|Drops=None
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|Drops = None
 
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Anvils are functional blocks used as the work surface when [[smithing]] metal items.
  
 
==Creation==
 
==Creation==
The first step in this process is to create an [[molds|anvil mold]] via the [[Clay_Forming|clay forming]] mechanic. The anvil is then cast using the [[casting]] mechanic. An anvil requires 900 units (9 ingots) of copper or bronze alloy to fill the mold. Once an anvil is cast and removed from the mold, it may be placed it like any other block onto a solid surface. No tools are required to break (left mouse button) and anvil to pick it up and re-position the anvil.
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The first step in this process is to create an [[Molds|anvil mold]] via the [[Clay Forming|clay forming]] mechanic. The anvil is then cast using the [[casting]] mechanic. An anvil requires 900 units (9 ingots) of copper or bronze alloy to fill the mold. Once an anvil is cast and removed from the mold, it may be placed it like any other block onto a solid surface. No tools are required to {{Breaking|break}} an anvil to pick it up and re-position it.
  
== Usage ==
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==Usage==
The anvil is the work surface used for [[Smithing|smithing]] [[Metal|metal]] [[Tools_and_Weapons|tools]] from ingots heated in a [[Forge|forge]]. When a heated ingot is placed on the anvil, a dialog box opens to allow the player to select the item to be crafted. Copper and Bronze items can be worked on any anvil, but iron items may only be worked on a bronze anvil.
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The anvil is the work surface used for [[smithing]] [[metal]] [[Tools and Weapons|tools]] from ingots heated in a [[forge]]. When a heated ingot is placed on the anvil, a dialog box opens to allow the player to select the item to be crafted. Copper and Bronze items can be worked on any anvil, but iron items may only be worked on a bronze anvil.
  
 
===Special===
 
===Special===
 
An anvil cannot be smelted to recover the material used in creating the item.
 
An anvil cannot be smelted to recover the material used in creating the item.
 
 
  
 
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Anvil
Grid Copper anvil.png
Stackable No
Material Copper, Tin Bronze, Bismuth Bronze
Drops None



Blocks

Anvils are functional blocks used as the work surface when smithing metal items.

Creation

The first step in this process is to create an anvil mold via the clay forming mechanic. The anvil is then cast using the casting mechanic. An anvil requires 900 units (9 ingots) of copper or bronze alloy to fill the mold. Once an anvil is cast and removed from the mold, it may be placed it like any other block onto a solid surface. No tools are required to break an anvil to pick it up and re-position it.

Usage

The anvil is the work surface used for smithing metal tools from ingots heated in a forge. When a heated ingot is placed on the anvil, a dialog box opens to allow the player to select the item to be crafted. Copper and Bronze items can be worked on any anvil, but iron items may only be worked on a bronze anvil.

Special

An anvil cannot be smelted to recover the material used in creating the item.


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