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Ingots represent the refined form of metals and alloys in the game.


Base Metals:[]

Base metal ores can be smelted into ingots without first needing a recipe.

Bronze Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (4)Copper Ore

Iron Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (4)Iron Ore

Titanium Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (4)Titanium Ore

Adamantium Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (4)Adamantium Ore


Alloys:[]

Steel Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (1)Iron Ingot + (1)Charcoal

Steel is the first metal to require a recipe to make. The recipe can be found on sale in general stores, although it can be elusive at times. If a general store does not have the recipe in stock, the store will restock if the player travels far enough. Steel is stronger and generally superior to iron. Its abundance and good properties make it a good early-mid game choice as a building and crafting material.

Spring Steel Ingot[]

Smelting Furnace: (1)Iron Ingot + (1)Sand Block

Jade Steel Ingot[]

Vulcan Furnace: (1)Heartstone Ore + (1)Bronze Ingot

Jade Steel is a late game crafting material that is completely immune to chemical damage. It can be created by the player from raw materials after crafting a Vulcan Furnace.

Vulcan Steel Ingot[]

Vulcan Furnace: (1)Heartstone Ore + (1)Iron Ingot

Vulcan Steel is a late game crafting material that is completely immune to fire damage. It is very useful for composite armors in airships. It first may be obtained from the Driftstone Fortress.

Cloudstone Ingot[]

Vulcan Furnace: (1)Heartstone Ore + (1)Titanium Ingot

Cloudstone is an extremely lightweight late game material. This material is both lighter and stronger than Titanium, making it the best overall airship construction material.

Firestone Ingot[]

Vulcan Furnace: (5)Heartstone Ore + (2)Sulphur

Firestone Ingots are used in late game crafting. They may first be encountered within the Driftstone Fortress.

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