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Oxidized gold and iron blocks just like copper

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    One of the reasons gold is such a valuable material in real life is because it doesn't oxidize.

    Generalizing the aging system to all the blocks (where it would make sense) would be nice, though. Even if it would multiply the block count by quite a lot.

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    This would make sense for iron but not gold, as pure gold doesn't oxidize in real life.

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    This will remove the special feature off of copper and make it into another useless ore.
    This is the same with copper stairs and slabs....

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    This is coppers thing though

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    exactly, even iron doesn't oxidise although it does rot

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    exactly, even iron doesn't oxidise although it does rot

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    iron oxidizes, it is called rust. Also, it would not oxidize at the same speed as copper, making it not remove copper's "thing." Also, copper has a cool color, and it can be used in the spyglass & lightning rod, which makes it not useless. In addition, iron is more valuable for armor and tools, so copper would be a better building alternative.