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This feature is present in: Renewed, Legacy.

The Alloy forge is the mannish variant of forge. Like the others, it does not accept food items, but is mostly used to smelt ores much more efficiently than a furnace would. It can be crafted and used by good and evil players, making it a useful utility. They are primarily used by the men of Middle-Earth.

In the renewed version only, forge recipes can be configured using datapacks, and they smelt at half the speed of their 1.7.10 equivalents. They also emit smoke particles through the hole in their top.

ObtainingEdit

To craft one, you will need eight stone bricks (and a central coal block in the renewed version), placed in the same pattern as a chest.

vanilla crafting recipe
Crafting
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Alloy Forge

vanilla crafting recipe
Crafting
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Block of Coal
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks
Alloy Forge

They are also found in Rohan fortresses, Gondor smithies, Dalish Smithies, Black uruk Fortresses and Easterling settlements.

UsageEdit

heat needed
Forge
Tin
Copper Ore
Copper
Tin Ore
Iron Ore
Copper Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Tin Ingot
Iron Ingot
2
any kind of fuel
heat needed
Forge
Gold Nugget
Silver Ore
Gold Ore
Iron
Silver Ingot
Gold Ingot
Gilded Iron Ingot
any kind of fuel

The forge's main use is to permit the alloy smelting of bronze, from tin and copper. Thus, the player does not have to travel to Dwarven or Elven realms to economically produce bronze. It can also burn stone to scorched stone and be used to crack bricks. It is also used to make Gilded Iron, an alloy of the Easterling faction. The forge can also smelt silver ore into silver and gold ore into gold. For an excellent guide to Middle-earth ores and alloys, see here.

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