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== Obtaining ==
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!width=100| Ore
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| Bismuthinite
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|{{GridImage|Cassiterite (Small)}}
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Tin is a [[Anvil#Tiers|Tier 0]] metal obtained by smelting [[Cassiterite]] in a [[Pottery#Ceramic Vessel|Ceramic Vessel]] or a [[Crucible]].
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== Usage ==
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=== Ingots ===
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Liquid tin can be poured into a [[Pottery#Ceramic Mold|Ceramic Mold]] to make unshaped tin. It takes 100 units of tin to completely fill an empty Ceramic Mold. Once the unshaped tin is no longer liquid temperature, it can be placed in the crafting grid to create a tin ingot. The empty mold will be returned to the inventory; although there is a chance of it breaking and being lost.
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Creating an ingot will only work if the metal is in a solid state. The temperature will be carried over from the unshaped ingot temperature.
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{{Grid/Inventory Table
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|B2= Unshaped Tin
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|Output= Tin Ingot
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==== Smithing Materials ====
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|{{GridImage|Tin Ingot}} Two [[Ingot]]s
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|align="center"| '''Weld'''
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|{{GridImage|Tin Ingot 2x}} [[Double Ingot]]
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|-
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|{{GridImage|Tin Ingot 2x}}  Double Ingot
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|align="center"| '''Hammer'''
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|{{GridImage|Tin Sheet}}  Sheet
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|{{GridImage|Tin Sheet}} Two [[Metal Sheet|Sheets]]
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|align="center"| '''Weld'''
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|{{GridImage|Tin Sheet 2x}} [[Metal Double Sheet|Double Sheet]]
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|}
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==== Tools ====
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''Tin is not used in the creation of tools, weapons, armor or anvils.''
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=== Alloys ===
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Tin is used in the mixing of:
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|{{GridImage|Bronze Ingot}} [[Bronze]]
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== Temperatures ==
  
== Tin Temperatures ==
 
[[Tin]] is a Tier 0 metal.
 
 
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|width="100" align="center" style="background: #bbbbbb;"|Liquid
 
|width="100" align="center" style="background: #bbbbbb;"|Liquid
 
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''Note: Metals are still Workable at Weldable temp.''
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Ingot|link=Tin}} [[Tin]]
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|[[File:Grid Tin Ingot.png|link=]] Tin
|{{GridBlank|Anvil (Stone)}} [[Anvil (Stone)|Stone]]
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|{{GridBlank|Anvil (Stone)}} [[Anvil (Stone)|Stone]]
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== Obtaining Tin ==
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== History ==
 
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{|
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|{{GridBlank|Unshaped Tin}} '''Unshaped Tin''' can be obtained by smelting
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|{{GridBlank|Cassiterite}} [[Cassiterite]] in a [[Firepit]], [[Pottery#Ceramic Vessel|Ceramic Vessel]] or a [[Crucible]].
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== Smithing with Tin ==
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Tin is not used in the creation of tools, weapons, armor or anvils.
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=== Smithing Materials ===
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{| class="wikitable"
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!align="left"|Input
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!align="left"|Work Type
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!align="left"|Output
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|{{GridBlank|Unshaped Tin}} '''Unshaped Tin'''
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|align="Center"|Hammer
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Ingot}} '''Tin Ingot'''
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Ingot}} '''Tin Ingot'''
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|align="Center"|Weld
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Ingot 2x}} '''Tin Double Ingot'''
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Ingot 2x}} '''Tin Double Ingot'''
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|align="Center"|Hammer
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Sheet}} '''Tin Sheet'''
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Sheet}} '''Tin Sheet'''
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|align="Center"|Weld
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|{{GridBlank|Tin Sheet 2x}} '''Tin Double Sheet'''
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== Alloys using Tin ==
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{{GridBlank|Unshaped Tin}} '''Unshaped Tin''' is used in the mixing of
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|{{GridBlank|Unshaped Bronze|link=Bronze}} [[Bronze]]
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{{History|b}}
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{{History||v2 Build 30|Cassiterite can now be found in Igneous Extrusive layers.}}
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{{History||77.0|Removed all Tin tools and armor.}}
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{{History|foot}}
  
 
{{Blocks}}
 
{{Blocks}}
 
 
[[Category:Metals]]
 
[[Category:Metals]]

Revision as of 19:18, 29 September 2014

Obtaining

Ore Small Poor Normal Rich
Bismuthinite Grid Cassiterite (Small).png Grid Cassiterite (Poor).png Grid Cassiterite.png Grid Cassiterite (Rich).png

Tin is a Tier 0 metal obtained by smelting Cassiterite in a Ceramic Vessel or a Crucible.

Usage

Ingots

Liquid tin can be poured into a Ceramic Mold to make unshaped tin. It takes 100 units of tin to completely fill an empty Ceramic Mold. Once the unshaped tin is no longer liquid temperature, it can be placed in the crafting grid to create a tin ingot. The empty mold will be returned to the inventory; although there is a chance of it breaking and being lost.

Creating an ingot will only work if the metal is in a solid state. The temperature will be carried over from the unshaped ingot temperature.

Tin Ingot
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Unshaped Tin

Smithing Materials

Input Work Type Output
Grid Tin Ingot.png Two Ingots Weld File:Grid Tin Ingot 2x.png Double Ingot
File:Grid Tin Ingot 2x.png Double Ingot Hammer Grid Tin Sheet.png Sheet
Grid Tin Sheet.png Two Sheets Weld File:Grid Tin Sheet 2x.png Double Sheet

Tools

Tin is not used in the creation of tools, weapons, armor or anvils.

Alloys

Tin is used in the mixing of:

Grid Bronze Ingot.png Bronze

Temperatures

Legend: Unworkable Workable Weldable Liquid

Note: Metals are still Workable at Weldable temp.

Metal Hot Very Hot Faint Red Dark Red Bright Red Orange Yellow Yellow White White Brilliant White
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Grid Tin Ingot.png Tin

History

Beta
v2 Build 30Cassiterite can now be found in Igneous Extrusive layers.
77.0Removed all Tin tools and armor.
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