Hammers, also known as warhammers or bludgeons after the names of most hammer types, are a type of weapon. These weapons are sometimes used by NPCs in combat.
Hammers deal 3 more then their equipment set's base damage, have the same durability as their corresponding swords, and will do greater knockback. However, the player cannot block while wielding a hammer. All warhammers (including the blacksmith hammer) have speed of 65%, reach of 100% and knockback of +1.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
Most hammers are crafted with three sticks and four ingots. The type of ingot and type of crafting table required depends on the hammer. Usually, these will correspond with the faction that wields the hammer. For example, in the recipes below, a Dwarven warhammer requires Dwarven steel ingots on a Dwarven crafting table, while an Orc warhammer requires Orc steel ingots on a Morgul crafting table. The list in the section below denotes the required ingots and crafting table for each type of hammer.
List of Hammers[edit | edit source]
Below are listed all the hammers as of Public Beta 33.4. Information is also provided on its attack damage (sorted increasingly), durability (sorted increasingly), on the type of ingot that is required and its respective crafting table. When you compare the hammer to the corresponding sword, you'll notice, that it deals 3 () more damage, but the durability is the same as that of the sword:
|Hammer Crafting Recipes and Damage|
|Blacksmith Hammer can not be crafted, but only obtained by trading with human or dwarven smiths or as a loot drop from of these NPCs.||9.5 ()|
|Utumno Warhammer can not be crafted, but only obtained as a drop from Utumno Orcs.||10.5 ()|
Blacksmith hammer[edit | edit source]
The blacksmith hammer can be obtained by trading with human or dwarven smiths or as a loot drop from of these NPCs. You can also find the hammers in item frames above Easterling Blacksmiths in villages.
- Blue Mountains Smith
- Dalish Blacksmith
- Dúnedain Blacksmith
- Dwarven Smith
- Easterling Blacksmith
- Gondor Blacksmith
- Gulfing Blacksmith
- Harnennor blacksmith
- Rohirrim Blacksmith
- Southron Blacksmith
- Taurethrim Smith
- Umbar Blacksmith
- Wicked Dwarf
Utumno hammer[edit | edit source]
Fighting with hammers[edit | edit source]
The knockback of hammers makes them usually better than swords. You can knock back enemies before they reach you and you can defend against multiple enemies more easily. Try to fight on the higher position to be able to knock the enemy down so that he gets falling damage. They also have very high damage.
However, the knockback is not good if you fight against ranged troops, because it lets them get away from you so that they can shoot again. Keep another weapon in your hotbar and use that one instead against ranged troops.
Fighting against hammers[edit | edit source]
If your enemies have hammers, use ranged weapons or fight with a wall in your back that can stop you from being knocked back.