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Bronze and Bronze Items

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    AURAequine commented
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    As bronze is an alloy, you would actually need two ores and a method in which to alloy them.
    Vanilla Minecraft tends to keep it simple, so it's unlikely for alloys to be implemented.

    Wouldn't mind another metal though, like copper or something.

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    Some Animal commented
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    AURAequine, you are right, Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, but adding two new ores just to make a single new type of meral seems a bit much. Perhaps there could be a new ore, Nether Bronze, which is bronze spawning in the nether, more powerful than iron, but less so than diamond, requires an iron pick, and is as rare as iron in the over world, but mining it causes zombie pigmen to attack.

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    clearlakeabc commented
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    I think bronze should be a alloy of tin and copper and I think if you lead a horse to a bronze minecraft it should become a chariot. 

     

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    Isaac Orr commented
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    Fun fact in real life bronze is stronger than iron iron is extremely easy to find and iron becomes stronger with higher carbon levels but doesn't get stronger than bronze until it is high carbon iron at least which is iron that is almost steel but not quite

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    Paul Watson commented
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    With the addition of the Smithing Table's functionality, this could be a lot more viable tbh.

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    Peqkel commented
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    The Protection should be in between gold and chainmail armor. And strength should be in between gold and Iron.

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    truggles1 commented
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    No bronze ore because bronze does not have an ore it is an alloy meaning it is made of two metals. Bronze is made by copper and tin. So you could add copper (yellow ore) and tin (dark brown ore) and mix them in this fusion forge https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360013609712-Fusion-Forge-and-Steel-Alloys-Introduction

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    truggles1 commented
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    Stuff made from it should have 200 durability and do 6 damage they also as a full set do 14 protection. copper could be an armor set that has 170 durability and does 5 damage.as a full set these do 13 protection

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    AmiraUSA commented
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    You can't find Bronze in caves, you have to make it. 

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    No such as bronze ore

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    @AURAequine: so it's unlikely for alloys to be implemented.

    Netherite Ingot: gets added

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    Paul Watson commented
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    Copper being added, Smithing table and netherite exist, i think we could see bronze tools and armor eventually honestly.

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    Cangrid Hoss commented
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    Bronze should fit in the armor tier between iron and diamond, diamond needs to be made rarer.

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    Don't add tin unless you have several real uses for it. If tin is not going to be a thing, Bronze should be made with copper and iron.

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    Epsilon2500 commented
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    You should add tin ore and craft copper and tin invite together to make bronze

     

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    Guys, Bronze has over 500 votes over in the C&C category page

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    Tin Ore could have its own uses: You can craft less expensive metal blocks, you can make a solder block that is like directional redstone, and tin blocks could be louder so they have a use in skulk sensor mechanics.

    and of course bronze too.