Lump of steel

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Lump of Steel
Lump of steel.png
Description
Type Common lumps
Capacity
Weight 0.125 Stones
Hitpoints
Behavior
Tamable No
Length 2
Recipe 1
Quantity Ingredient Influence
2 × Lump of iron Regional 70 %
2 × Flux 10 %
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Durability Equipment Influence
30 Bloomery 5 %
30 Crucible and tongs 5 %
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Crafting
Required skill Forging
Minimum skill level 60
Skill influence 10 %
Starting tool Bloomery
Crafting duration 2
Resulting quantity 1
Amount wanted


Recipe 2
Quantity Ingredient Influence
1 × Steel bar Regional 100 %
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Durability Equipment Influence
30 Crucible and tongs 0 %
15 Bloomery 0 %
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Crafting
Required skill Forging
Minimum skill level 60
Skill influence 0 %
Starting tool Bloomery
Crafting duration 2
Resulting quantity 8
Amount wanted


Recipe 3
Quantity Ingredient Influence
1 × Steel ingot Regional 100 %
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Durability Equipment Influence
30 Crucible and tongs 0 %
15 Bloomery 0 %
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Crafting
Required skill Forging
Minimum skill level 60
Skill influence 0 %
Starting tool Bloomery
Crafting duration 2
Resulting quantity 40
Amount wanted
ID 413

Lumps of steels are created by adding at least 2 Lumps of iron (melting point 1500 °C) and 2 Flux (melting point 500 °C) into a Furnace, Forge and Anvil, or Bloomery, and heating it up to 1500 °C. When the materials are properly heated you can use the Smelt command to fabricate Steel Lumps. Make sure you have a standard crucible and tongs equipped, NOT the primitive version.

Note: The recipe for creating lumps of steel directly from lumps of iron is the most inefficient method for fabricating steel as far as Flux consumption is concerned. This recipe requires 2 Flux per lump of steel, or 16 Flux for one steel bar, or 80 Flux per steel ingot. It is therefore recommended that you use a Bloomery to melt down steel ingots into these lumps, as by doing this you will be spending .3 Flux per lump instead of 2 Flux per lump.