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  1. Vanilla horses?

    Where in the commits did you see metal spears? I'm running the latest commit and from what I've seen they don't exist.
  2. IGN: ejzzje Real Name: Joel Age: 21 Why you want to join: Need a server to play on, this one looks like it will have less drama than others. Agree To Rules: Yes Know that TerraFirmaCraft is a hardcore mod which is very difficult: No, vanilla is just easy. Who Referred You: The TFC forum server section.
  3. Brewing, Distilling, and Viticulture: Alcohol!

    Alcohol is already in 76, it's just in an unusable state, so you aren't really mentioning items that aren't yet released when talking about the recipes to create it. Also either apple works for cider, not just green.
  4. ejzzje 21 USA Native english speaker Yes I have read all the rules. TFC forum server section.
  5. This thread hasn't been used since the end of January, there was a new thread made for the server at the beginning of February, here's the link: http://terrafirmacra...with-teamspeak/ I suggest reapplying in there as the server uses a few more mods now than it did when this thread was relevant, thus it may no longer be what any of you are looking for.
  6. The issue is less that it can't be done and more that it would kill inventory space, each piece of food of the same type would have it's own value preventing them from being stacked on one another. You bring up item heat which is a great example of this, you can stack ingots in the same slot once they've cooled but while they still have heat you aren't able to because as far as minecraft is concerned they aren't the same item.
  7. So on topic but without numbers I feel it's best to list the orders of metals within tier 0 and tier 2 as there is misinformation floating around after they were reordered in a recent change to tool durability in b70. The following are the best to worst metals within tiers. In parentheses are the previous ranking of the metal within it's tier. Tier 0 1 Bismuth (3) 2 Tin (1) 3 Zinc (2) Tier 2 1 Black Bronze (3) 2 Bronze (1) 3 Bismuth Bronze (2) 4 Rose Gold (4) Just because they aren't as good as other tools doesn't mean the ones lower in their tier aren't worth using, Tin and Bismuth are near equal, and chances are you will have iron before you have the gold and silver for black bronze.
  8. TFC Won't load or create worlds?

    Well the reason is actually pretty simple for why tfc doesn't work on 1.4.7 and why it hasn't been updated. While doing some bugfixing and cleanup in the update to 1.4.7 forge removed the hook that tfc uses to override vanilla worldgen and without it there really is nothing that can be done as far as updating goes. Don't go bugging the people at forge either, the request for the hook has been made and it should be added within the next couple weeks, until then it's 1.4.6 for everyone.
  9. The complete range weapon revamp

    Sticks are far too weak to use for a bow, you are however correct on the branches part but for later bows, like the longbow, trees were cut down to use for bows, it even lead to a shortage of yew (the favored wood for the longbow) in england in 1350 that led to Henry IV ordering his bowmakers to go into private land to cut down trees to make bows. The construction of the english longbow was even done in a fashion that the heartwood was in the inside and the sapwood on the outside making it a sort of hybrid between a standard self bow made from a single piece of wood, and a composite bow made from multiple parts. Because of this he actually was correct is saying a plank for the normal bow and a log for the longbow as a plank represents just any wood while a log is both heart and sapwood allowing for the proper construction of each bow. In the americas milkweed was used but it would be more ideal to use cow tendon as a bowstring instead of plant fibers as it only requires a drop to be added instead of a new plant.
  10. Fletchery

    Near impossible with a stone knife? Native Americans used bows for hunting and warfare for thousands of years while also using predominately stone tools. Europeans used linen and hemp for their bowstrings, Native americans used multiple plant fibers including milkweed, silk has also been used and sinew or rawhide could also work but needs to stay dry to remain effective. As for wax it is more for the preservation of the string than it is to allow it to be used, any fiber with enough strength can be used to string a bow without wax. The only change I could see to the current bow is to change it's recipe to use a log or plank with a knife instead of sticks and possibly a woven plant fiber or sinew instead of string. Instead of increasing the damage of the current bow a more powerful version requiring higher level technology should be added, a composite bow. The composite bow body would be made by combining multiple wood pieces to create the core, horn lining the outside, lined on the inside with sinew, all held together using animal glue and finally strung.
  11. [Solved]B75 New to TFC, crashes while launching

    The issue probably isn't forge when it errors at the point it's trying to load TFC. I would try downloading TFC another time in case the download was somehow corrupted causing it to crash the client on attempts to load it. If that doesn't work, rebuild using forge 487, I've noticed that it's more stable than 486.
  12. Spelunking.

    Off-topic but interesting information: an aquifer and an underground river are completely different things. An aquifer is porous rock that is saturated by water which slowly moves through it while an underground river has an actual channel cut through stone and is usually in a cavernous area.
  13. Spelunking.

    So is the suggestion here to add caves? If it is, they already exist in tfc, they just have some difficulty breaking the dirt layer of the world. They're not extremely common but if you look near the base of large hills/mountains you should be able to find a cave network. As for underwater caves, underground rivers are also a terrain feature, they're like a flooded ravine the water is static on world gen, but if disturbed should start flowing again. Also, the caves in tfc even have stalagmites and stalactites, as do the bottoms of ravines.
  14. Clay Mechanics for the Clueless Developer

    Trying to get rid of the troll? Sure rook was a bit of an ass but the only people I've seen trolling in here are the active members of this forum. You suggested he edit the wiki on his second day playing the mod and instead of letting a topic die everyone railed against him. I edited the clay page in the wiki as it seems no one here thought it was worth doing because, in the words of halfmaster "The wiki is pretty much useless."
  15. Welding ingots

    If they're bright red the heat is probably correct. Are you using ingots that have been shaped or unshaped ingots? You can't weld unshaped ingots.