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The anvil is an item from vanilla Minecraft. However, the Lord of the Rings Mod changes its mechanics significantly. It is used to repair and reforge items.

MechanicsEdit

The Mod's anvil operates somewhat like the anvil from the vanilla game, but its mechanics are different in a number of ways:

  • The Mod's anvil doesn't require nearly as much iron to create.
  • It can be used an infinite number of times and doesn't degrade.
  • Renaming items is free except for tools, weapons, and armour.
  • It doesn't use experience when repairing items.
  • The item's crafting material is necessary for doing any sort of crafting operations.

RenamingEdit

AnvilGUI4

Renaming a flower as a birthday present.

To rename items, just edit the name in the grey area at the top. This is free, except for tools, weapons, and armour. Take out the renamed item(s) from the right slot. Renaming can also be combined with repairing, combining or alternating items.

RepairingEdit

AnvilGUI1

Repairing a staff with skulls.

To just repair damaged items, put the item into the left slot, and the appropriate materials into the lower slot. A message will show up, displaying the repair costs. Take out the repaired item from the right slot.

Combining Edit

AnvilGUI5

Combining two bronze daggers into one.

If you've got two items of the same kind, put them into the left and upper slot. Add the appropriate materials to the lower slot. The result (in the right slot) holds the attibutes of both items, and the durabilities add up. If you do this in you personal crafting grid, you loose the modifiers.

AlteringEdit

AnvilGUI2

Adding a modifier to a iron sword and renaming it at the same time.

To apply a modifier to an item, put the item into the left slot, a suitable scroll into the upper slot, and the appropriate materials into the lower slot. Not all combinations work. Select a new name, if you want to, and then take out the altered item from the right slot.

ReforgingEdit

AnvilGUI3

Reforging a broze dagger on an anvil.

If you are unhappy with the attributes, an item has, you can reroll the dice by reforging it. Just hover over the small hammer icon the lower left corner to display the reforging costs. Fill in the appropriate materials into the lower slot and left click the reforge hammer. This also repairs damaged items. Take out the reforged item from the left (input) slot.

Warning: This doesn't only add new modifiers, you also lose the previous ones.

If you don't want to spend the materials for reforging, you can also have a blacksmith do it for some money.

Note: Each blacksmith can only reforge items belonging to a certain range of factions.

CraftingEdit

As stated earlier, the anvil is easier to craft in the mod than in the vanilla game:

vanilla crafting recipe
Crafting
Iron Ingot
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Block of Iron
Iron Ingot
Iron Ingot
Iron Ingot
Anvil
Gameplay mechanics of the Lord of the Rings Mod

Start a Discussion Discussions about Anvil

  • [Closed:Expired] More Equipment Modifiers

    3 messages
    • Ye. Eh. Interesting. Some pretty obvious and unoriginal ones. My thoughts on those: Hamstring: I'd rather see Mevans add such an effect...
    • No offense, these are good thoughts, but there are MANY many many exact same suggestions. You're not the first, and you're not the last. 
  • [Endorsed] Hot Forging

    27 messages
    • I would like to see smiths improving skills in some way - a player shouldn’t just know how to make legendary weapons out of nowhere. Someth...
    • It was just a half-baked idea... lol.. thanks for the input though! Having the ability to “learn” from the blacksmiths would be neat.
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