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Hey guys, I just moved to bronze age today in TFC and made my first anvil. My first impression ? Pretty bad, i was kinda annoyed by how precious and exact you have to be, you also have to act fast because the metal is cooling down fast. It literally took me about 15 minutes to make my first tool. I found that very frustrating, so I went to the wiki to look for some nifty tricks, but there were none. Apparently the green arrow that tells you how far to go differenciates with the world seed. But there still is a trick that makes smithing a whole lot easier i found out. If you find not knowing what you are doing fun, the just stop reading, I wanna share this just with people that find smithing really frustrating and wasting your time just like me. So, the trick is that every tool, no matter what material, has the same required rules to finish the product. So the only hastle is to line up the goddamn arrows. The best way to do this though, is to line up the arrows first and then you just have to find out what techniques you should use to finish the product. For example the pickaxe. Redacted By Kittychanley-Obviously its possible to exploit the current system if you want to try and figure out which combinations are perfect matches but forcing these hidden combinations upon others is not permitted on these forums. If you will demand it I can construct entire list of all the tools in the game, but that is purely up to you guys, someone might find it fun finding the combinations. Hope this trick will help you and have a nice day ! Ps: Sorry for any gramatical or spelling mistakes, English is not my mother language.