Steel bar

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Steel Bar
Steel bar.png
Description
Type Common bars
Capacity
Weight 1 Stones
Hitpoints
Behavior
Tamable No
Length 3
Recipe 1
Quantity Ingredient Influence
2 × Iron bar Regional 70 %
6 × Flux 10 %
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Durability Equipment Influence
15 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 3
Resulting quantity 1
Amount wanted


Recipe 2
Quantity Ingredient Influence
8 × Lump of steel 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 1
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 5
Amount wanted
ID 407

Steel bars can be fabricated from iron bars and Flux, or created from steel ingots or lumps in a Bloomery. To create a Steel bar from iron ones, put 2 iron bars and 6 Flux in either a Furnace, Forge and Anvil, Blacksmith's shop or Bloomery and heat it up to at least 1500° for the iron to melt. The Flux will be instantly "melted", but just leave it until the iron melts as well. Once the iron is melted, use the Smelt command with a crucible and tongs equipped (NOT the primitive version) to create a Steel bar.

Note: This process for fabricating Steel from Iron is not the most efficient method. The most efficient method would be to create a Steel ingot from 12 Flux and 2 Iron ingots, and then using a Bloomery heat the steel to 2000° to melt the ingot down into either bars or lumps. This particular method requires only 2.4 Flux per bar instead of 6.