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  1. (WIP) Ancient Alloys

    I'm working on a ancient alloys mod that adds in more basic alloys and some "lost" alloys that are practical and interesting. Currently I am working on Arsenic Copper: a basic but strong allow that is a early game alloy (low tier) Arsenic bronze: a form of bronze featuring an exceptionally high strength and durability (medium tier) Mokume Gane: not really a tool material, but one of my favorite alloys (medium tier) Cupronickel: a strong copper nickel alloy (medium tier) Crucible steel: a highly strong steel made from pig iron and wrought iron (medium tier) Tamahagane: the famous high grade Japanese steel that is difficult to manufacture (High tier) Bulat Steel: an ancient and strong steel originating from Russia (high tier) Bintie: an ancient Chinese steel (high tier) Toldeo steel: an ancient roman alloy that is known for its excellent composition (high tier) Noric steel: an ancient viking steel made from bog iron (high tier) Wootz steel, an incredibly strong alloy (high tier)
  2. I was just wondering, which metals and alloys exactly can be made in a Ceramic Vessel? You would think only Copper and the bronzes, but I have successfully melted some Galena and Bismuthinite in there, so it made thinking. Can you, for example, melt Platinum or make Rose Gold via casting? The Wiki isn't very clear about that. Is it tier-dependent? Does the melting temperature matter?
  3. [0.77.11] Crucible Mixing bug?

    I just ran into this problem, and I'm pretty sure my nearly-full crucible of bismuth bronze is completely ruined. I mixed the Bismuth bronze with correct ratios, and it said "Bismuth Bronze" up at the top. I then shift-clicked a nearly-full ingot mold, expecting it to go into the output slot and fill the rest of the way. Instead, it went up into the input slot, and added a small amount of bismuth bronze to my bismuth bronze mix. Somehow this leads to an unknown mixture, when I'm pretty sure it should just be bismuth bronze. It won't accept any more inputs (I tried to siphon some off and correct the ratio). See the picture below. Can someone tell me this isn't a feature?