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==Axe Uses==
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{{Item
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|title= Axe
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|image= Stone Axe.png; Copper Axe.png; Bismuth Bronze Axe.png; Black Bronze Axe.png; Bronze Axe.png; Wrought Iron Axe.png; Steel Axe.png; Black Steel Axe.png; Blue Steel Axe.png; Red Steel Axe.png
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|invimage= Stone Axe
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|invimage2= Copper Axe
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|invimage3= Bismuth Bronze Axe
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|invimage4= Black Bronze Axe
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|invimage5= Bronze Axe
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|invimage6= Wrought Iron Axe
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|invimage7= Steel Axe
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|invimage8= Black Steel Axe
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|invimage9= Blue Steel Axe
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|invimage10= Red Steel Axe
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|stackable= No
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|size= Large
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|weight= Medium
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|itemid= 16358, 16362, 16366, 16370, 16378, 16382, 16386, 16390, 16394, 16398, 16406, 16426, 16438
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}}
  
[[File:Axes.gif|left]]Axes are used to chop down [[Trees|trees]], and acquire [[Fruit Trees|fruit tree saplings]]. Stone axes are much weaker then metal axes, which are much more useful as the time it takes to cut down a tree is greatly reduced.  When cutting a tree with an axe that does not have the required durability, only part of the tree is cut down (top of tree is broken first).  Also, when using a stone axe to cut trees you might get fewer logs than if you used a metal axe. Stone axes only have a 90% chance of yielding a log from a tree block. 
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== Obtaining ==
  
''As of Build 77, axes are no longer used to craft [[Log#Axe|logs]] into [[Planks|planks]]. Instead, metal saws must be used.''
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=== Stone Axe ===
  
==Crafting Axes==
 
===Stone Axe===
 
Stone axes in order of increasing durability: Sedimentary, Metamorphic, Igneous Intrusive, Igneous Extrusive.
 
 
{{main|Rock}}
 
{{main|Rock}}
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Stone Axes in order of increasing durability: Sedimentary, Metamorphic, Igneous Intrusive, Igneous Extrusive. Stone axes can be crafted with either a [[stick]] or a bone as the handle.
  
 
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|valign="top"|{{Grid/Inventory Table
 
|valign="top"|{{Grid/Inventory Table
|A1=  |B1= Stone Axe Head |C1=
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|A1=  |B1= Stone Axe Head
|A2=  |B2= Stick       |C2=
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|A2=  |B2= Stick; Bone
|A3=  |B3=            |C3=
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|Output= Stone Axe
 
|Output= Stone Axe
 
}}
 
}}
 
|}
 
|}
===Metal Axe===
 
Metal axes can only be made from [[Metals#Tool Metals|tool metals]].  They can be cast in ceramic molds, or worked on a metal anvil.
 
  
====Casting====
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=== Metal Axe ===
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Metal Axes can only be made from [[Metals#Tool Metals|tool metals]].  They can be cast in ceramic molds, or worked on a metal anvil.
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==== Casting ====
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{{main|Metalworking Industry#Casting|Casting}}
 
{{main|Metalworking Industry#Casting|Casting}}
As of Build 77, [[Bismuth Bronze]], [[Black Bronze]], [[Bronze]], and [[Copper]] Axes can be cast using a [[Vessel]] and a [[Ceramic Mold]] instead of working on an anvil.<br>
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[[Bismuth Bronze]], [[Black Bronze]], [[Bronze]], and [[Copper]] Axes can be cast using a [[Vessel]] or a [[Ceramic Mold]] instead of working on an anvil.
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===== Ceramic Mold =====
  
Once you have your [[Unshaped Copper]] (or a bronze) you need to make a Ceramic Axe Mold:
 
 
{| cellspacing="10"
 
{| cellspacing="10"
 
!Making the Clay Tool Mold
 
!Making the Clay Tool Mold
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!Firing the Mold
 
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|-
 
|{{Grid/Knapping
 
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|Output= Clay Mold Axe
 
|Output= Clay Mold Axe
 
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|valign="top"|Fire the clay mold in a [[Pottery#Pit Kiln|Pit Kiln]] to get:<br>Ceramic Axe Mold {{GridBlank|Ceramic Mold Axe}}
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|{{Grid/Pit Kiln
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|A1= Clay Mold Axe
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|Output= Ceramic Mold Axe
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}}
 
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|}
  
To pour your mold, right click your ''liquid'' unshaped ingot to open the casting interface:
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===== Vessel =====
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Place an empty or partially filled Axe mold into the slot to fill it with metal from the vessel. It takes 100 units of metal to completely fill an empty Ceramic Mold. The text in the vessel's GUI will be updated to show the amount of metal remaining in the vessel.
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{{Grid/Vessel
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|Units=100
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|A1= Ceramic Mold Axe; Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper)
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}}
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===== Unshaped Ingot =====
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To fill the Axe mold from a ceramic ingot mold, right click the ''liquid'' unshaped ingot to open the casting interface:
 
{| cellspacing="10"
 
{| cellspacing="10"
 
|{{Grid/Ceramic Mold
 
|{{Grid/Ceramic Mold
|A1= Unshaped Copper; Unshaped Bismuth Bronze; Unshaped Black Bronze; Unshaped Bronze |A2= Ceramic Mold Axe
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|A1= Unshaped Copper;; Unshaped Bismuth Bronze;; Unshaped Black Bronze;; Unshaped Bronze; |A2= Ceramic Mold Axe; Ceramic Mold
|Output= Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bismuth Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Black Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bronze)
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|Output= ; Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper);; Ceramic Mold Axe (Bismuth Bronze);; Ceramic Mold Axe (Black Bronze);; Ceramic Mold Axe (Bronze)
 
}}
 
}}
 
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Put the ceramic axe mold in the second input slot and wait for the filled mold to finished.
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Put the ceramic Axe mold in the second input slot and wait for the filled mold to finished.
  
 
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|-
 
|{{Grid/Inventory Table
 
|{{Grid/Inventory Table
|A1=  |B1= |C1=
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|A2=  |B2= Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bismuth Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Black Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bronze)
|A2=  |B2= Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bismuth Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Black Bronze); Ceramic Mold Axe (Bronze)|C2=
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|A3=  |B3= |C3=
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|Output= Axe Head (Copper); Axe Head (Bismuth Bronze); Axe Head (Black Bronze); Axe Head (Bronze)
 
|Output= Axe Head (Copper); Axe Head (Bismuth Bronze); Axe Head (Black Bronze); Axe Head (Bronze)
 
}}
 
}}
 
|{{Grid/Inventory Table
 
|{{Grid/Inventory Table
|A1=  |B1= Axe Head (Copper); Axe Head (Bismuth Bronze); Axe Head (Black Bronze); Axe Head (Bronze) |C1=
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|A1=  |B1= Axe Head (Copper); Axe Head (Bismuth Bronze); Axe Head (Black Bronze); Axe Head (Bronze)
|A2=  |B2= Stick       |C2=
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|A2=  |B2= Stick
|A3=  |B3=            |C3=
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|Output= Copper Axe; Bismuth Bronze Axe; Black Bronze Axe; Bronze Axe
 
|Output= Copper Axe; Bismuth Bronze Axe; Black Bronze Axe; Bronze Axe
 
}}
 
}}
 
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====Smithing====
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==== Smithing ====
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{{main|Anvil#Working|Working}}
 
{{main|Anvil#Working|Working}}
Axe heads can also be crafted by using ingots on an [[anvil]] with a [[hammer]]. This is the only option for higher tier metals that cannot be cast. The durability depends both on the metal used and the skill of the smith forging the tool.
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Axe Heads can also be crafted by using ingots on an [[anvil]] with a [[hammer]]. This is the only option for higher tier metals that cannot be cast. The durability depends both on the metal used and the skill of the smith forging the tool.
  
 
===== Smithing the Axe Head =====
 
===== Smithing the Axe Head =====
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{{Grid/Anvil
 
{{Grid/Anvil
|A1=Steel Ingot |B1= |C1= AnvilPlan Axe Head
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|A1=Steel Ingot; |B1= ; Axe Head (Steel) |C1= Axe Head (Steel)
|A2=  |B2=
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|Tool= Stone Hammer
|A3=
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|Weld=
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|Tool= Stone Hammer |Flux=
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}}
 
}}
 
  
 
===== Finishing the Axe =====
 
===== Finishing the Axe =====
  
 
{{Grid/Inventory Table
 
{{Grid/Inventory Table
|A1=  |B1= Axe Head (Steel) |C1=
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|A1=  |B1= Axe Head (Steel)
|A2=  |B2= Stick       |C2=
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|A2=  |B2= Stick
|A3=  |B3=            |C3=
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|Output= Steel Axe
 
|Output= Steel Axe
 
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== Usage ==
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Axes are used to chop down [[Trees|trees]], and acquire [[Fruit Trees|fruit tree saplings]]. Stone axes are much slower than their metal counterparts, and are less efficient in their yield of logs when chopping down a tree, with stone axes only having about a 90% chance of dropping a log item for each log block.
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While the axe is not technically a weapon, it can be used to deal [[Damage Type|slashing damage]] at the cost of using twice the durability per hit.
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== [[Configuration]] ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! Option
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! Default<br>Value
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! Description
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| {{TFCOptionVar|enableVanillaRecipes|false|If true then the vanilla Minecraft recipes for creating wooden axes are enabled. In addition, a recipe is added for converting TFCraft stone axes to the vanilla version.}}
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|}
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{{Grid/Inventory Table
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|A1= Stone Axe
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|Output= Stone Axe (MC)
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== Achievements ==
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{{main|Achievements}}
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! Icon
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! Achievement
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! In-game description
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! Prerequisites
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! Actual requirements (if different)
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|-
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| {{Achievement|Stone Axe Head}}
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! Paleolithic!
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| Knap a stone tool to enter the Stone Age
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| Definitely a rock
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| {{Achievement|Axe Head (Copper)}}
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! Chalcolithic!
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| Cast something in metal to enter the Copper Age
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| No stone unturned
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| Fill a tool mold in a ceramic vessel filled with liquid metal.
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|}
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== History ==
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{{History|b}}
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{{History||v1d|Supports require an axe to be crafted.}}
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{{History||v1j|Stone axes can be crafted with a bone instead of a stick.}}
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{{History||v2 Build 27|Added fruit trees which require an axe to harvest saplings.}}
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{{History||v2 Buid 47|Axes give 4 planks from a single log.}}
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{{History||v2 Build 51|Axes give 3 planks from a single log.|Removed crafting of supports using an axe.}}
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{{History||Build 70|Using a stone axe to chop trees results in a 10% chance for a block to not yield a log.|Attempting to chop down a tree with an axe that doesn’t have enough durability left for each and every block in the tree will cause only part of the tree to be chopped down.}}
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{{History||77.0|Removed crafting of planks using an axe.}}
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{{History|foot}}
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== See Also ==
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*[[Saw]]
  
[[Category:Tools]]
 
  
 
{{Blocks}}
 
{{Blocks}}
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[[Category:Tools]]

Revision as of 19:56, 23 May 2014

Axe
Stone Axe.png
Stone AxeCopper AxeBismuth Bronze AxeBlack Bronze AxeBronze AxeWrought Iron AxeSteel AxeBlack Steel AxeBlue Steel AxeRed Steel Axe
Stackable

No

Size

Large

Weight

Medium

ItemID

terrafirmacraft:item.16358, 16362, 16366, 16370, 16378, 16382, 16386, 16390, 16394, 16398, 16406, 16426, 16438

Obtaining

Stone Axe

Main article: Rock

Stone Axes in order of increasing durability: Sedimentary, Metamorphic, Igneous Intrusive, Igneous Extrusive. Stone axes can be crafted with either a stick or a bone as the handle.

Knapping out the Axe Head. Finishing the Axe.
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Stone Axe Head Stone Axe
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stick

Metal Axe

Metal Axes can only be made from tool metals. They can be cast in ceramic molds, or worked on a metal anvil.

Casting

Main article: Casting

Bismuth Bronze, Black Bronze, Bronze, and Copper Axes can be cast using a Vessel or a Ceramic Mold instead of working on an anvil.

Ceramic Mold
Making the Clay Tool Mold Firing the Mold
Clay flat light Clay Flat Dark Clay flat light Clay flat light Clay flat light title= Clay Mold Axe
Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay flat light
Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark
Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay Flat Dark Clay flat light
Clay flat light Clay Flat Dark Clay flat light Clay flat light Clay flat light
Pit Kiln Pit Kiln Ceramic Mold Axe
Pit Kiln
Clay Mold Axe
Vessel

Place an empty or partially filled Axe mold into the slot to fill it with metal from the vessel. It takes 100 units of metal to completely fill an empty Ceramic Mold. The text in the vessel's GUI will be updated to show the amount of metal remaining in the vessel.

Copper
100 Units
Ceramic Mold Axe


Unshaped Ingot

To fill the Axe mold from a ceramic ingot mold, right click the liquid unshaped ingot to open the casting interface:

Unshaped Copper Grid layout Arrow (small).png Ceramic Mold Axe

Put the ceramic Axe mold in the second input slot and wait for the filled mold to finished.

Removing the Head from the Mold Finishing the Axe
Axe Head (Copper)
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Ceramic Mold Axe (Copper)
Axe Head (Copper) Copper Axe
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stick

Smithing

Main article: Working

Axe Heads can also be crafted by using ingots on an anvil with a hammer. This is the only option for higher tier metals that cannot be cast. The durability depends both on the metal used and the skill of the smith forging the tool.

Smithing the Axe Head
Working Rules
Grid Anvil Punch.png Grid Anvil Hit Light.png Grid Anvil Hit Medium.png Grid Anvil Hit Heavy.png Grid Anvil Upset.png
Punch, Last Hit, Second From Last Upset, Third From Last
Grid Anvil Rules Blank.png
Steel Ingot
AnvilButton.png
Axe Head (Steel)
Grid Anvil Weld.png Grid Anvil Red Rules.png Grid Anvil Green Rules.png
Stone Hammer Grid layout None i (verylong).png
Finishing the Axe
Axe Head (Steel) Steel Axe
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stick

Usage

Axes are used to chop down trees, and acquire fruit tree saplings. Stone axes are much slower than their metal counterparts, and are less efficient in their yield of logs when chopping down a tree, with stone axes only having about a 90% chance of dropping a log item for each log block.

While the axe is not technically a weapon, it can be used to deal slashing damage at the cost of using twice the durability per hit.

Configuration

Option Default
Value
Description
enableVanillaRecipes false
If true then the vanilla Minecraft recipes for creating wooden axes are enabled. In addition, a recipe is added for converting TFCraft stone axes to the vanilla version.
Stone Axe Stone Axe (MC)
Grid layout Arrow (small).png

Achievements

Main article: Achievements
Icon Achievement In-game description Prerequisites Actual requirements (if different)
Achievement-plain.png
Grid Stone Axe Head.png
Paleolithic! Knap a stone tool to enter the Stone Age Definitely a rock
Achievement-plain.png
Grid Axe Head (Copper).png
Chalcolithic! Cast something in metal to enter the Copper Age No stone unturned Fill a tool mold in a ceramic vessel filled with liquid metal.

History

Beta
v1dSupports require an axe to be crafted.
v1jStone axes can be crafted with a bone instead of a stick.
v2 Build 27Added fruit trees which require an axe to harvest saplings.
v2 Buid 47Axes give 4 planks from a single log.
v2 Build 51Axes give 3 planks from a single log.
Removed crafting of supports using an axe.
Build 70Using a stone axe to chop trees results in a 10% chance for a block to not yield a log.
Attempting to chop down a tree with an axe that doesn’t have enough durability left for each and every block in the tree will cause only part of the tree to be chopped down.
77.0Removed crafting of planks using an axe.

See Also


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