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=== Harvesting ===
=== Harvesting ===
Hammers are not used to harvest materials, but are used to crush chunks of stone containing ores (mined with a [[pickaxe]] and obtain smeltable nuggets.
Hammers are not used to harvest materials, but are used to crush chunks of stone containing ores (mined with a [[pickaxe]]and obtain smeltable nuggets.
=== Combat ===
=== Combat ===
Revision as of 17:08, 14 January 2020
The raw material used to create the tool head determines the crafting process required:
- Knapping: Stone hammers cannot be crafted by knapping.
- Casting: Copper and Bronze alloy hammers can be made by casting, which requires 100 metal units.
- Smithing: Iron, Bronze alloy and copper hammers can be made by smithing, which requires 1 ingot.
- Note: Hammers can also be smithed from the rare base metals gold and silver.
Table: Tool Tiers
|Material||Durability||Material Tier||Attack Power (HP)||Attack Tier|
The hammer is the primary tool used in smithing metal ingots on an anvil. Pressing the Left Mouse button "hits" the metal item on the anvil and changes the shape of the metal ingot depending on the tool mode currently selected.
Smithing Hammer Modes
Press 'F' with a hammer in the active hand to view and change tool modes.
- Spread: (sunburst) spreads metal in all directions over three blocks,
- Single Direction: (arrow icons) 4 directional options move metal in the direction indicated by the arrows
- Cut: (wedge icon) removes a voxel of metal.
Hammers are not used to harvest materials, but are used to crush chunks of stone containing ores (mined with a pickaxe) and obtain smeltable nuggets.
Attacking a mob (melee combat): place the tool in an active hotbar slot and press or hold left mouse button to strike the target.
The hammer is used to crush stones and mineral ores to powders in the crafting grid (grid crafting). Place the hammer in the grid crafting slot above the item to be crushed. Removing the (product) from the output slot of the grid uses the tool. When complete, remove the tool from the grid, or close the interface by pressing 'E' to replace the tool into the inventory or hotbar.
Tools are items commonly used by players and are generally equipped in the hotbar. Hammers do not stack in inventory or when placed in containers. The tool rack is a specialized wall mounted storage container that allows players to store tools. Tool racks are made of 6 sticks in the drafting grid and once placed, can store 4 tools each. Tools are placed from an active hotbar slot and removed using the right mouse button to an empty space in the hotbar.
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