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Mace
Copper Mace.png
Copper MaceBismuth Bronze MaceBlack Bronze MaceBronze MaceWrought Iron MaceSteel MaceBlack Steel MaceBlue Steel MaceRed Steel Mace
Stackable

No

Size

Large

Weight

Medium

ItemID

terrafirmacraft:item.16519 - 16526, 16528

Obtaining

Metal Mace

Metal Maces 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 Maces 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
CFL CFL CFD CFL CFL title= Ceramic Mold Mace
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFL CFD CFD CFD CFL
CFL CFL CFD CFL CFL
Vessel

Place an empty or partially filled Mace 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 Mace


Unshaped Ingot

To fill the Mace 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 Mace

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

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

Smithing

Main article: Working

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

Smithing the Mace Head
Working Rules
Grid Anvil Hit Light.png Grid Anvil Hit Medium.png Grid Anvil Hit Heavy.png Grid Anvil Shrink.png Grid Anvil Bend.png
Hit, Last Shrink, Not Last Bend, Not Last
Grid Anvil Rules Blank.png
Steel Ingot 2x
AnvilButton.png
Mace 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 Mace
Mace Head (Steel) Steel Mace
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stick

Usage

Maces are an alternative weapon to the sword, inflicting Crushing Damage on players and mobs that it is used against.

History

Beta
v1Added Maces.
Build 67Mace damage heavily re-balanced to make metal weapons more useful.

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