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Smelting Enchantment for Pickaxes

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    This is a great idea.

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    While this may seems like a good idea, is nothing else than a way to make resources and features that had been updated recently obsolete...

    I'm sorry but this is just for mods.

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    Love this idea

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    Mike T.A., That's like saying that the fire aspect should be removed because it makes smokers obsolete.

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    I also had the same idea. I think, however, it should only work with ores. Being used on stone would be very annoying.

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    The first time to ever have fortune on iron

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    add

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    Having it work like that would be extremely OP. It should only work on ores. Maybe it could be combined with fortune?

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    I like this idea, but I think it shouldn’t work on wood, as it is supposed to be mined with an axe rather than a pickaxe, and I don’t think it should smelt cobblestone because that would make it harder for resource collecting if you wanted cobblestone.

    To expand upon this idea as a whole, I think it should conflict with silk touch (as those two enchantments wouldn’t go together by their nature). I think it would be cool if it had five enchantment levels, with level I having a 25% chance to make ores smelt, level II have a 50% chance, level III having a 75% chance, and level IV having a 100% chance. By level V, which would have to be made by combining two level IV books on an anvil, the Fortune enchantment would have an effect on the ores the pickaxe would smelt. The enchantment would have an enchantment weight of one, meaning it would have the lowest possible chance of appearing as an option on an enchantment table, due to how overpowered it is. Perhaps if enough people feel it is too overpowered at this point, it could just be a treasure enchantment, making it unobtainable via enchantment table. Also, if enough people feel the level V ability is too overpowered, than I would suggest that it also conflict with Fortune, and have only four enchantment levels, all doing the same thing as described earlier.

    What do you guys think of this?

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    This would be a good enchantment for 1.17 cave's and cliff update bedrock edition instead of having to go back in force into your house to smelt the ores! Because there is some new stuff coming to Minecraft and the cave and cliff update is bigger!

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    I had that idea aswell

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    I had this same idea. The name of the enchantment could use some thought, however. I think that it would be a nice edition into the game, being able to auto smelt ores to save time but as a drawback this enchantment could be incompatible with Fortune. Also, I think that it should only work on ores, not with cobble or charcoal.

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    This is a great idea. It should be mutually exclusive to Silk Touch and Fortune. One coal for one coal ore. One iron ingot for one iron. One netherite scrap for one ancient debris. One charcoal for one wood. One smooth stone for one stone. Etc.