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This feature is present in: Legacy only.

Blue Dwarven steel is an alloy used by the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains. It looks similar to Dwarven steel, but has a more bluish tint, on account of the Luigon stone used to make it.

In the renewed version, this ingot has been removed - the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains instead use Dwarven steel.

Smelting Blue Dwarven Steel earns the achievement "Blue Mountains Smith".

Obtaining

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Dwarven Forge

Blue Dwarven steel is made in the Dwarven forge by alloying Luigon with either iron ingots or ore.

Because Luigon is a lot more common and easier to obtain than coal, Blue Dwarven steel is much easier to make than ordinary Dwarven steel. Assuming, of course, you're in the Blue Mountains, which are much closer to the Shire than the Iron Hills. Because of the abundance of Luigon, Blue Dwarven steel is easier to make than its Eastern Counterpart. However, Blue Dwarven equipment has 50 less durability.

Crafting

Blue Dwarven steel is used to make armour and equipment, which, aside from durability, are identical in every aspect to those made from Dwarven steel from the Dwarves of the Iron Hills, albeit significantly cheaper.

Blue Dwarven steel can also be stored as a block.

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A block of Blue Dwarven steel.
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vanilla crafting recipe
Crafting
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