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Minecraft has a lot of blocks, but what if they had more? Why do we need them? Please don't just add lists of things - these will be marked as spam and removed! Also, no furniture, guns, or vertical/"sideways"/"upright"/"standing" slabs (yes, we see you).


Expanded Smithing Table Upgrades


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    IceBoi2956 commented
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    Yes! This will make smithing tables actually have a use in the overworld.

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    This sounds interesting, but how would you balance the fact that you now only need one diamond for a diamond pick?

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    ATT1K1 commented
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    This sounds a bit overpowered in my opinion... People would just go make stone tools then upgrade them for way cheaper than the usual price.

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    Grunnco commented
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    I really wish there was a reply function on here. 

    After chatting with a few friends about this idea, I'm thinking that maybe the smithing table should require the same number of resources as crafting the respective tool. For instance: a stone pickaxe requires 3 stone, so to upgrade it to an iron pick, you need to obtain 3 iron ingots to upgrade it to an iron pick. If you want to upgrade an iron sword to a gold sword, you would need two gold ingots in the smithing table to upgrade it. The one exception would be Diamond to Netherite due to how rare netherite is. With this change in mind, I think it would be best if the smithing table requires experience levels to upgrade if and only if the tool has enchantments on it.