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'''Axes''' are the primary tool used to break Wood-type Blocks.
 
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* [[Casting]] (100 units): Copper and Bronze alloy  
 
* [[Casting]] (100 units): Copper and Bronze alloy  
 
* [[Smithing]] (1 ingot): tool head crafted from the metals shown in the table (below).
 
* [[Smithing]] (1 ingot): tool head crafted from the metals shown in the table (below).
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* [[Metal scraps|Scrap Weapon Kit]]: scrap axe randomly acquired on {{Using|usage}}
 
* Assembly, with either [[Stick]] or [[Bone]]:  
 
* Assembly, with either [[Stick]] or [[Bone]]:  
  
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! Material !! Durability !! Tool Tier !! Speed (Wood) !! Speed (Plant) !! Speed (Leaves) !! Attack Power (HP) !! Attack Tier  
 
! Material !! Durability !! Tool Tier !! Speed (Wood) !! Speed (Plant) !! Speed (Leaves) !! Attack Power (HP) !! Attack Tier  
 
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| Other Stone || 50 || 1 || 2.6x || 2.2x || 1.7x || 0.8 || 1
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! Other Stone
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| 50 || 1 || 2.6x || 2.2x || 1.7x || 0.8 || 1
 
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| Other Stone with Bone || 60 || 1 || 2.6x || 2.2x || 1.7x || 0.8 || 1
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! Other Stone with Bone
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| 60 || 1 || 2.6x || 2.2x || 1.7x || 0.8 || 1
 
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| Flint || 60 || 1 || 2.8x || 2.2x || 1.6x || 1.3 || 1
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! Flint  
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| 60 || 1 || 2.8x || 2.2x || 1.6x || 1.3 || 1
 
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| Flint with Bone || 70 || 1 || 2.8x || 2.2x || 1.6x || 1.3 || 1
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! Flint with Bone  
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| 70 || 1 || 2.8x || 2.2x || 1.6x || 1.3 || 1
 
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| Obsidian || 90 || 1 || 3.5x || 2.7x || 2.4x || 1.5 || 1
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! Obsidian  
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| 90 || 1 || 3.5x || 2.7x || 2.4x || 1.5 || 1
 
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| Obsidian with Bone || 100 || 1 || 3.5x || 2.7x || 2.4x || 1.5 || 1
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! Obsidian with Bone  
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| 100 || 1 || 3.5x || 2.7x || 2.4x || 1.5 || 1
 
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| Gold || 125 || 2 || 4.0x || 3.3x || 3.0x || 2.5 || 2
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! Gold  
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| 125 || 2 || 4.0x || 3.3x || 3.0x || 2.5 || 2
 
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| Silver || 125 || 2 || 4.0x || 3.3x || 3.0x || 2.5 || 2
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! Silver  
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| 125 || 2 || 4.0x || 3.3x || 3.0x || 2.5 || 2
 
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| Copper || 250 || 2 || 5.0x || 2.8x || 2.4x || 2.0 || 2
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! Copper  
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| 250 || 2 || 5.0x || 2.8x || 2.4x || 2.0 || 2
 
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| Tin Bronze || 400 || 3 || 5.8x || 3.8x || 3.0x || 2.8 || 3
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! Tin Bronze  
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| 400 || 3 || 5.8x || 3.8x || 3.0x || 2.8 || 3
 
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| Bismuth Bronze || 500 || 3 || 5.4x || 3.5x || 2.6x || 2.5 || 3
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! Bismuth Bronze  
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| 500 || 3 || 5.4x || 3.5x || 2.6x || 2.5 || 3
 
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| Black Bronze || 600 || 3 || 6.3x || 4.0x || 3.1x || 3.0 || 3
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! Black Bronze  
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| 600 || 3 || 6.3x || 4.0x || 3.1x || 3.0 || 3
 
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| Iron || 900 || 4 || 8.0x || 5.0x || 3.2x || 3.0 || 4
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! Iron  
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| 900 || 4 || 8.0x || 5.0x || 3.2x || 3.0 || 4
 
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| Meteoric Iron || 1200 || 4 || 9.0x || 5.5x || 3.6x || 3.5 || 4
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! Meteoric Iron  
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| 1200 || 4 || 9.0x || 5.5x || 3.6x || 3.5 || 4
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! Steel
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| 1800 || 5 || 10.0x || 6.0x || 4.0x || 4.0 || 5
 
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| Steel|| 1800 || 5 || 10.0x || 6.0x || 4.0x || 4.0 || 5
 
 
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Axe
Axe-copper.png
Type Tools
Durability Stone: 50-100
Scrap: 125
Copper: 250
Tin Bronze: 400
Bismuth Bronze: 500
Black Bronze: 600
Gold: 125
Silver: 125
Iron: 900
Meteoric Iron: 1200
Steel: 1800
Stackable 1
Tools


Axes are the primary tool used to break Wood-type Blocks.

Creation

The raw material used to create the tool head determines the crafting process required:

  • Knapping: All tool-making stones
  • Casting (100 units): Copper and Bronze alloy
  • Smithing (1 ingot): tool head crafted from the metals shown in the table (below).
  • Scrap Weapon Kit: scrap axe randomly acquired on usage
  • Assembly, with either Stick or Bone:



CopperAxeHead

Stick


CopperAxe









CopperAxeHead

Bone


CopperAxe








Tool List

Material Durability Tool Tier Speed (Wood) Speed (Plant) Speed (Leaves) Attack Power (HP) Attack Tier
Other Stone 50 1 2.6x 2.2x 1.7x 0.8 1
Other Stone with Bone 60 1 2.6x 2.2x 1.7x 0.8 1
Flint 60 1 2.8x 2.2x 1.6x 1.3 1
Flint with Bone 70 1 2.8x 2.2x 1.6x 1.3 1
Obsidian 90 1 3.5x 2.7x 2.4x 1.5 1
Obsidian with Bone 100 1 3.5x 2.7x 2.4x 1.5 1
Gold 125 2 4.0x 3.3x 3.0x 2.5 2
Silver 125 2 4.0x 3.3x 3.0x 2.5 2
Copper 250 2 5.0x 2.8x 2.4x 2.0 2
Tin Bronze 400 3 5.8x 3.8x 3.0x 2.8 3
Bismuth Bronze 500 3 5.4x 3.5x 2.6x 2.5 3
Black Bronze 600 3 6.3x 4.0x 3.1x 3.0 3
Iron 900 4 8.0x 5.0x 3.2x 3.0 4
Meteoric Iron 1200 4 9.0x 5.5x 3.6x 3.5 4
Steel 1800 5 10.0x 6.0x 4.0x 4.0 5

Usage

The axe is most efficient when used to break wood blocks such as trees, logs, planks, fences, gates and items including wooden building components.

Harvesting

Breaking a tree with an axe will break many blocks at once. The targeted block will take a long time to break and when it does break, the tree will break with it. The max number of blocks it breaks is limited to the remaining durability of the axe. Cutting the whole tree at once still applies the same amount of damage to the axe as if each block was broken individually.

Sapling-oak.png Protip:
Cutting the whole tree is much faster if you break all the leaves first! This also drops many more saplings and sticks.

Crafting

Firewood is crafted using the axe. When the axe is being used as a crafting tool, each time the recipe is crafted the tool will lose durability.

Storage

Tools are items commonly used by players and are generally equipped in the hotbar. Up to four tools can be placed on the tool rack, a specialized wall-mounted storage container. Axes do not stack in inventory or when placed in containers.


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