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  1. Why I will never smelt Bronze Again...

    Oh ya! If I ever play on a server I will do this, as long as people contribute to iron ore and charcoal should work fine! Btw I love the house you made in your post, it helped me finish this as it looked like your world was way harder to shape then my little goal.
  2. Why I will never smelt Bronze Again...

    It requires a ton of ore to keep going! Also uses around 2 stacks of charcoal per run :/. The profit is worth it though. I lost 7 ingots of possible wrought iron because I melted a bloom with 800% iron. Still, the first round of iron was enough for an anvil, sword, pick and some other tools. But if you value your time then never do this, if anything 2 bloomeries is plenty.
  3. Terrafirma based game

    Im making my first game (2D crappy graphics) and it is kind of like TFC, sandbox and stuff, but I dont think it would be possible for a good TFC like game to come out any time soon... I have spent hours working on it and I have barely scratched the surface of what I plan to do, TFC has way more than my game will, I would think it would take at least 1/2 year, probably more...
  4. Shiphty's Shiftless Slog (A photo journal)

    I believe pickling and brining are the same thing, could be wrong though
  5. Why I will never smelt Bronze Again...

    I have several hundred blocks between the towns, Im using a railcraft compatability mod, so it will take WAY more Iron. I realised after using them that it was a massive amount of Iron, but I can have a continuous stream of Iron because the time it takes to refine the blooms is around how long it takes the bloomeries to finish.
  6. Hello! I have discovered the definition of "smithing". I have spent the last few days gathering and smelting bronze ingots to get to the iron age. How much bronze you ask? Only 128 ingots XD. Honestly that was not horrible to collect. Using an old poor Cassiterite mine and a Rich Native Copper mine, I was able to amass this amount with a bit of work. I went through 1 1/2 bronze picks and several stacks (160 oz.) of bread throughout the crafting. I forgot to take pictures but I will say, there was a ton of ore. I calculated the amount of copper ore collected and I had gathered a little 17,000 units of it, enough for 170 ingots of copper, but why would I do that? I began the process of smelting the ore using 8 pit kilns, each with 2 clay vessels, each filled with 8 ingots worth of copper. I had made around 22 clay molds for making the ingots so the pouring wasn't a problem. Surprisingly, this was the shortest and easiest part of the build only taking around 45 minutes. I stacked up all of the ingots and took a screenshot, I will do my best to upload it directly : . (I hoped that worked). I spent the next 1 hour of that day and another 2 hours today welding and forging all of the ingots into double plates, using 2 stacks (around, I don't know exactly how much) of flux and 4 stone hammers, I made 2 copper hammers in the meantime. I came out with 32 bronze double plates and Adept in general smithing, I crafted the bloomeries and hopped on my donkey, riding towards the next town, Russelsmith. Many set backs accured, manly the almost death of my donkey several times, but eventually I made it to Russelsmith and put down the bloomeries in the foundry. I took a final screen shot: . I spent alot of time on this so tell me what you think, I calculated that I will be able to process 32 Iron at a time. I plan on using all of this iron to create a rail line between the two towns. The top area is a servicing deck so I can load the bloomeries Edit: my donkey died
  7. I cant reply/post anything, HALP!!!