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  1. Large Vessels, What can/should they do?

    Oh o3o I had no idea that TFC was set into a certain time era... well, I guess the galvenizing part will be left to modders then! Thanks for helping me out Kitty :3 when I get a new, more beefy computer, I'll definitely play TFC alot more, I always found it so interesting, and harder
  2. Large Vessels, What can/should they do?

    Ahh, okay that makes sense. I knew that they were pre saw storage, but like I said, I just wasn't sure if they could do that stuff. I guess now I should be asking, are there plans for galvenizing in the future?
  3. First, I want to say that it's been a while since I last played TFC (back at the begining of the year), and the wiki, as we all know, is... "lacking" in certain info for version 79... So I come to you all, the forum followers of TFC, to ask my question. I was recently watching Ethoslab's Terrafirmacraft season 2 LP, and he was talking about the Large Vessels, and how they hold 5000mb of fluids and that their a bit harder to make than Barrels, which hold 10000mb of fluid, and have 12 storage slots, an then it hit me, "Well... their made of clay, and you use regular vessels to do early game smelting, before firepits and Crucibles... can you fill a Large Vessel with a bunch of ores and smelt it?" The most a Ceramic Vessel can hold is 2240mb of liquid metal (Rich ore, 16 in each slot, 4 slots), thats 22 ingots, and a little bit left over... by that logic, a Large vessel should REALLY be able to carry almost 6000mb of fluid, as 35 * 16 * 9 = 5985mb. What I'm getting at, is you should be able to, in the early game, use Large Vessels for mass production of tools, as well as hold quite a bit of liquid metal (could provide a way of galvenizing your iron and steal, as you could put sphalerite into the vessel, then your iron/steal tools, and sealing it, coating the tools in steal, which would give them a bit more durrability, as the zink protects the metal from oxydation). So, i guess in a way, this is both a question "Can you use Large Vessels for melting metals" and a suggestion "LV's should carry 6000mb, and be used for galvenizing".