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Orc plating is a decorative block crafted by the Orkish factions of Middle-earth. It is not currently found in any structures but is fairly easy to craft. It has a connected texture that subtly changes its appearance by rotating its texture randomly when placed adjacent to other plating.

CraftingEdit

Regular PlatingEdit

Orc Plating Orc plating can be crafted on any of the Orkish crafting tables using Orc steel. It is worth noting that four ingots yields 8 blocks, which is to say a block is worth half an ingot each, making this a very cheap metal block (although it is also worth noting that it can't be crafted back into ingots again).

Orkish crafting recipe
Orkish Crafting
Orc Steel Ingot
Orc Steel Ingot
Orc Steel Ingot
Orc Steel Ingot
Orc Plating
8

Rusted PlatingEdit

Rusted Orc Plating Rusted Orc Plating can be crafted by combining eight normal orc plating blocks with a bucket of water. It is functionally the same as Orc Plating, but has a rustier texture.

Orkish crafting recipe
Orkish Crafting
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Water Bucket
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Orc Plating
Rusted Orc Plating
8

UsageEdit

Orc plating is primarily decorative, intended to be used in Orkish builds. The block utilises 'natural textures', which means that the textures rotate randomly for each block placed. This is intended to make large amounts of plating look less repetitive, and in general it adds a bit more variety to builds.

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