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Suggestion new Advance crafting recipes



  • Gems:
    Lignite (mining coal ore)
    which would be used to cook 8 iron blocks to make 1 steel ingot

    Draconic Carbonize Set (steel, sapphire and alexandrite)
    Set bonus: resistance 2
    helmet: protection 4, fire protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 32 sapphire and 6 alexandrite
    chestplate: protection 4, fire protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 32 sapphire and 10 alexandrite
    leggings: protection 4, fire protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 32 sapphire and 9 alexandrite
    boots: protection 4, fire protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 32 sapphire and 5 alexandrite

    Bladed Carbonize Set (steel, bloodstone and coloshite)
    set bonus: strength 2
    helmet: protection 4, projectile protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 64 bloodstone and 6 coloshite
    chestplate: protection 4, projectile protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 64 bloodstone and 10 coloshite
    leggings: protection 4, projectile protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 64 bloodstone and 9 coloshite
    boots: protection 4, projectile protection 4, unbreak 5, mending
    crafting requirements: 20 steel, 64 bloodstone and 5 coloshite

    Additionally this suggestion was made by another player for an aditional option when it comes to obtaining gems instead of taking a risk when mining they want to suggest a costly alternative that can exist at the same time.
    256 of the ore required to craft 1 gem


  • 256 ores? Why not 512 materials and a binding?
    I'd be grateful if we could have the chance to dig the ores first, and if we don't get the rare minerals, we can craft them from the materials we do get.


  • @VietnameeGuy I mean, the point is for them to be rare. If that was possible, it'd need to be hard af to craft them

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